This week in the news #65

Sunday, 12 September 2010

Wear wristwatch? Use e-mail? Not for Class of ’14

I think you might have spoken too soon. It’s highly unlikely the timepieces at the University of Minnesota will be going anywhere. Well, you know, anywhere but sorority parties.

Kim Kardashian and Kourtney take on Larry King Live

The Kardashians? Still? RLY? Let’s get this straight for now and ever after: TOGTFO. Also, Khloé, do not pass Go, do not collect your E! paycheck, go straight to GTFO.

Support our troops? Not with an empty gesture.

This seems to speak pretty well to that.

Additionally: how is volunteering at the VA going for you?

Obama a Muslim? Rumors gain steam, defying facts & White House says Obama is Christian, prays daily

President Barack Obama is a Christian who prays daily, a White House official said Thursday, trying to tamp down growing doubts about the president’s religion…

Daily?! Are you aware that Mulims pray twice a day and sometimes for a month at a time?! This prayer deficit must be addressed!!!

Police look for why vet killed family, self

An Iraq war veteran who police say shot and killed his pregnant wife and young daughter before turning the gun on himself left behind no clues to explain what might have prompted the bloodshed, investigators say.

AP

The police look for why the vet killed his little girl, his pregnant wife, and himself. It’s unclear to them. They can’t figure it out. There is some mystery here. No way to unravel this. The puzzle is missing pieces. No clues whatsoever.

Troops: Skipping Christian concert got us punished

…claims Christian-themed events are “ubiquitous” throughout the military, and he credited the soldiers for stepping forward.

For every whiny little white jackass talking about how Christians are held back, the targets of discrimination, or threatened, there are a hundred people like those poor bastards who felt the tepid, passive-aggreessive, mushy sting of Christian bigotry in a world that at least doesn’t burn or torture most non-believers anymore.

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