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Thursday, April 27, 2006

War with Iran, Bin Laden captured

Ah, I'm sure there's much speculation out there concerning what our current regime is up to, but I'll venture a guess or two:

Between now and the next election, events will transpire that will cause military action between the United States and Iran. Chances are the CIA are working very hard on tipping the scales this very moment so that one thing leads to another and we are 'forced' to attack. The press will play it out as a real and impending climate of possible terrorism and attacks in the USA, and our rights will be further hindered.

In the days/weeks/months following this attack, just before the next election, Osama Bin Laden will magically be caught. The Bush Junta will be vindicated in their actions as- they've done such a good job- and the press will make them out to be the best thing since sliced bread.

Several months ago when many Bushies/Republicans were being indicted on all kinds of charges, I pointed out that I suspected they'd all get off scott free, and so far I haven't heard of any of them going to prison.

Let's see if I am right about this one.

Back to you, Jane.

Monday, April 17, 2006


There's this great feature about brownies.

I just had to share it with you, because you never know when this might come in handy.

First, bake up a 13x9 pan of brownies.

Next, after letting them cool, have a good look at the pan.


This is going to be tasty.

Now, very carefully, across the middle of the pan, make a 9 inch cut so that the pan is evenly divided.

Are you ready?

Here comes that fantastic feature which you now get to enjoy:

Your pan of brownies, when cut in half, is now, officially, two brownies.

Take one and eat it now, and save the other for later.

Friday, April 07, 2006

Team finds source of Nile! World news can't figure out how to print coordinates?

So, a team of men braved many dangers, one even dying along the way, in an attempt to establish the 'true' source of the Nile river, which is over 4000 miles long.

"The team, which used a GPS system..."

This news item hit the presses as early as sunday, April second, yet so far, nobody in the world has bothered to publish the stupid GPS coordinates of the source of the Nile.

Helllllo? duuuuh?

Come on, people. This is just as bad as when people leave you a voicemail asking you to call them back- or telling you that they need to tell you something.