This week in the news #25

Monday, 14 May 2007

Bill Clinton warns of looming disasters

Sounds like I’m not the only one quite correctly frightened by the notion of President Hillary.

German man found after 7 years dead in bed

These stories pop-up semi-regularly at this point.

Dear Baby-boomers,

These stories will be popping-up every single day in another 15 years.

Maybe now would be a good time to make up with your kids and look for some friends, huh?

Pope: God Will Punish Drug Dealers

Apparently by visiting lots of evil on their heads like more girls than they know how to please in one evening and more money than they know how to spend on cars, stereo equipment, and video games.

Christians and atheists start a calmer dialogue

Atheists: Several million people have been killed for your faith. You ostracize, fire, or otherwise punish non-believers and outsiders at every opportunity. You’re currently involved in yet another bloody conflict which has no political or military rationale. You undermine basic education and redraft science and medicine to fit your own medieval dogma. You are desperate for the world to end because your faith says the destruction of the world is the best possible thing that could happen for a faithful Christian. For the love of all that is good and holy, stop it!

Christians: You forgot to say please.

Human Papilloma Virus Linked to Throat Cancer

Oral sex is probably the main way the virus is transmitted… Michael Smith, MedPage Today

All I can think about now is the poor boys who are going to have to explain to their parents five years ahead of schedule why exactly they should be getting the shots alongside their sisters.

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