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Saturday, January 20, 2007

You have probably heard this story by now. It was a waste of airtime in my opinion. Why all the airtime you might ask? Americans seem to love controversy is why. Whatever. Anyhow, I had heard in passing about the dirtbag prosecutor who withheld evidence and lied and all that and now it looks as if he is under the microscope.

The counsel that he retained had this to say (from the article): "Years ago, I just started helping out lawyers who got in trouble for various things," said Freedman, a 1982 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's law school. "I have a firm belief that you look out for your own."

With that logic that law firm seems to have a firm belief that liars and shoddy lawyers are their own then? Good luck with the case dude. Pfffft.


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I just came across this little gem of hardcore faithful over at Yahoo! News. Have a look!

Should you choose not to read the article, it goes a little something like this: there is an 1800-year-old Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens. Greece's Culture Ministry has deemed the site off limits (don't know why, but I would assume that is like letting people crawl on the former President's faces at Rushmore). Makes sense right? Well there are a few religious fanatics who claim that they want to use the site for a "rare ceremony" tomorrow to honor the ancient gods of Greece.

Doreta Peppa, an alleged high priestess of the Athens-based Ellinais wants the government to revive the ancient religion. These folks take themselves very seriously and want to fight the government for the use of the ceremony (which in my mind won't look to terribly different than the opening ceremony of the Olympics). I thought that they took themselves pretty seriously right up until I read the high priestess claim that they "would include hymns, dancers, torchbearers, and worshippers in ancient costumes".

Ancient costumes eh? I could believe you were little more than a group of Heaven's Gate type rejects if you rocked this ancient gear everyday...but no, it's a costume. It's like Halloween for you then? Yeah, I am sure you are serious about it especially since your religion makes use of costumes!
"But I really want to be a torchbearer!"
--Stupidos Gyro

"Okay, we need three more worshipers by the altar and one more dancer costume now!" Barked costume designer Assholios Pantsfaceikus. "No, it's not really a production per se, it's our religion."

"What would Zeus Do?"
--Markos Christos
Look out! Moronos.



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Smells like Roses O'Donnell has chosen a new battleground, this time with the three judges of "American Idol". I think that the show is dumb (take your pick as to which one I am speaking about).
"If you keep serving people crap, they're eventually going to think it's a meal," Smells like Roses touted. "Three millionaires...one probably intoxicated. So sad."

"To make fun of someone's physical appearance, is this what America thinks is entertainment?" Smells like Roses challenged.
Well, as for the second part, you be the judge you fat, fucking hypocrite. This site says it very clearly. As for her steaming pile of shit performance of a developmentally disabled woman with in 2005's "Riding the Bus With My Sister" take a look here. What a natural.

First wrecked by Donald Trump in their childish tirades, now she is moving on to new ventures. Whee!


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I have had many a prior engagement which has precluded me from making entries since 30 December 2006. Or, I am just lazy and not writing.


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