Monday, May 9, 2005

Global Media Conspiracy drops the ball again

  • I received an e-mail today in response to this column that accused me of being too lenient on Jennifer Wilbanks. The e-mail contained a rambling tirade based on information that Internet posters always seem to possess, despite its never having been reported, as well as a myriad questions like "Would there be 630 catered chicken dinners?"
    The e-mail concluded with this stinging lament: "Why, oh why doesn't the 'news media' ask the questions that the public asks?"

  • Yet another reason why I'm glad I'm married.

  • "Almost 150 Swedish fishermen took part in the study." Am I the only person who finds that to be sorta creepy?

  • "More people are killed by lightning in Utah than by any other natural occurrence." That seems sort of ironic to me. Maybe God is trying to tell them something.

  • When I first read the headline for this story, I got all excited and thought that Kenny Rogers had opened a theme park. Sadly, that is not the case.

  • Best quote of the week: "Personally, if something is meant for my 'hu-ha', I don't think I'm going to put it on my eyes."
  • 5 comments:

    OldHorsetailSnake said...

    I know that hu-ha lady. Her name is associated with Bag Balm.

    Dave Morris said...

    ...if something is meant for my hu-ha...

    Hey, aren't they the ones who always want us to put our eyes near their hu-ha's? So I suppose if we get something in OUR eyes, it's okay.

    Hypocrites! All of them!!

    Okay, I'm over it now.

    Chris Cope said...

    Dave, what strange mysterious sexual acts are you engaging in with your eyes?

    "Hey, that Dave gives good eye, according to his wife..."

    Dave Morris said...

    I'm no eye-and-tell!

    The eyes only get NEAR the hu-ha, but the fumes from whatever products they use COULD work their way into the peeper area.

    That's all I'm sayin'.

    James said...

    Diego is saddened that he persevered unto the end of this thread.

    BUT...aren't pollutants supposed to damage things? I mean, that's like their thing, right?

    The etymology says it all.