This week in the news #1

Sunday, 10 April 2005

Police find missing Picasso work

Oh, thank God! There were only 21,999 of the master’s sneezes accounted for until today.

Two years after war, Saddam still awaits trial

The world has been waiting for American law for so long. Welcome my justice starved friends and brothers—welcome to the 6th Amendment.

Survivors mark Buchenwald anniversary, warn the world must never forget

Does anyone know what this is about?

China rocked by anti-Japanese rallies, Japan demand apology

Listen guys, I hate communist China as much as the next dissident but did you really think 50 years of transistor radios and cell phones would erase the memory of the Rape of Nanking?

First convicted spammer gets 9 years

This is an excellent start! We’ll be pushing our legislator to move it into a capital crimes bill this Fall.

Israeli police block Jewish extremist rally, clash with Palestinians

One would have thought the aeration of Yitzhak Rabin in ’95 would have been enough for Israel proper to learn that if they don’t declaw their own fanatics there can never be a resolution to the matzav.

Saudi confirms death of top Al-Qaeda pair in gunbattle

Yay! Now we’re safe!

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