Monday, November 15, 2010

"Hidden In Her Bra"

A new survey says “spillcam” and “vuvuzela” are the top words for 2010. While we're talking about the list of things that annoy the hell out of us, why not say "Alex Schubert".

Kirk Gibson’s 1988 World Series home run bat sold at auction for $575,000. The reason it's so valuable is because it was the last chance that the Dodgers ever had to make the postseason.

A Maryland politician and his wife were caught with $80,000 hidden in her bra. That's absurd. A politician with his own wife?

200 students at the University of Central Florida have admitted to cheating on a test. These people are called "athletes".

A search is on for a missing 92 year old hiker in a New York park. Did anybody check the cemetery?

The Quidditch World Cup was held in New York City over the weekend. The Quidditch World Cup is proof that you can be a winner and a loser at the same time.

A peer-reviewed study suggests that humans may have predictive powers. These people are called "weathermen".

Facebook is launching a new e-mail service. The catch: you can only use it to contact people you barely remember from high school.

President Bush is being accused of lifting material for his autobiography “Decision Points” from other sources. I agree with these accusations. We all know President Bush can't write to save his own life.

The Mayor of Oklahoma City has rejected a proposal to have a Lingerie Football League team play in the city. In a related story, his popularity rating has shot down 60%.

That's all for today! More tomorrow!

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