Inflicting my boredom upon the helpless...
Since I'm bored, and don't feel like tackling any one of the many many things I should be doing today, I thought I'd entertain myself with a quick news roundup.
China takes first step towards protecting human rights by establishing a hotlinea> Were you beaten to death by a prison guard? Did a currupt or lazy official cause an accident that cost you your life? Call 1-800-HLY-SHIT to report this human rights violation. Victim of extortion by a government official? Election sabatuaged? Find Inpector Evil collecting evidance though violence? Our operators are standing by!
I envision a man in a red leotard standing at a window, waiting for the call so he can leap to your rescue. Fighting for your rights, one phone call at a time.
Elsewhere in the world, Argentina's supermodels, well known for their activism and involvement in global politics, are staging the first of what I hope will be many protests. Naturally, it's a
When old people attack: a decorated WWII vet in NY caused over $9,000 of damage when he spant three days in the library corssing our explitives in library books and replacing them with "God is Enough."
Here. His wife is no longer answering the phone, after having lost it with reporters on the phone.
And I don't even know how to handle this one, but um, well, an internet hoax led to poeple flocking to a German hospital where the Messiah was reportedly being breastfed by it's resurrected mother.
The story a> is long and wierd, but worth reading.
Oh, and FYI, old coke machines contain freon, and when they catch on fire they produce
a gas used as a chemical weapon in World War One. Just so you know.
Australia wants to put graphic pictures on boxes of cigarettes to scare people off of smoking. Apperently they did this in Canada, and there was a 3% drop in smoking.