Thursday, June 08, 2006

Fearguth will be enjoying the Wakarusa Music Festival
( for the next four days.
He'll be back online next Monday evening.
Blue Sack Carrying White Sack
A grim view of former Federal Reserve Chairman
Alan Greenspan as he offered a grim view of the
world's rising vulnerability to high crude oil prices.
Whenever she had the opportunity, Empress Michiko
liked to wear disposable tableware when she appeared
in public with Emperor Akihito.
"Fork you, Croatian pig-dog!!"
Arnold Schwarzenegger begins Phase Two of
his plan to throw California under the bus.
Mormons Build Wall to Keep Gentiles Out of Utah
Human Fly Auditioning for Role in
Next Spiderman Movie
"Step aside, boys! It's Wednesday and its washday."
Phil Angelides, the alpha male, enjoyed watching
Steve Westly, his vanquished foe, grovel.
When the soldier peeped out from the gate, he said,
"I hear you knockin', but you can't come in."

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

If all you had to go by was this picture, what would you
guess this young woman is saying with her face paint?
Would you believe she is protesting the high cost of cable
access in Israel to the upcoming World Cup games?
If you insist on getting a Fidel Castro tattoo,
you should probably place it on the bottom of
your foot. Otherwise, some anti-Castro zealot
from Miami might cut your leg off at the knee.
Does the man wearing this button believe (1) that
marriage means one man and one woman can marry
only once (thus ruling out remarriage after divorce or the
death of a spouse)? or (2) that one man and one woman
can marry as often as they like, so long as it's one at a time?
At this year's Epsom Derby, traditional roles were reversed:
the thoroughbreds sat in the stands and whinnied while the
fans huffed and puffed over the racecourse.
Last Sunday, a majority of Peruvian voters turned
their backs on Ollanta Humala. But those who voted
for Alan Garcia weren't too thrilled with him, either.
Flagellant Rehearsing for Assassin's Role in Iranian Version of
The Da Vinci Code
If you are of marriageable age and live in Shanghai,
your parents may find you a husband or wife by posting
a "Spouse Wanted" sign on a tree trunk in a public
park. Not surprisingly, the marriage failure rate in
Shanghai is about 40%. But that's about the same as
the United States.
The speaker was outraged by the outrageous
lack of outrage in America today.
James Inhofe, Republican Senator from Oklahoma,
has proposed a Constitutional amendment banning
the manufacture, sale, or display of sodomitical
wedding cake decorations.
"He ain't heavy. He's my lover. Ribbit, ribbit."
This sign points to where you will find Hell on Earth.
Once there, you will meet

the Mayor

and the City Manager.

Berwyn, Illinois has put itself on the map with the
opening of the world's largest laundromat.

Featuring 145 washing machines
and 125 dryers, it is truly a modern marvel.
In what is considered to be a novel attempt
at openness and transparency, British Prime
Minister Tony Blair debated himself before a
live audience. Polled afterwards, the audience
decided by a wide margin that both sides in the
debate lost.

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Wearing fruit salad is popular with men

and women.
Too late, Senator Lieberman realized that he
shouldn't have swallowed George Bush whole.
President Bush was pleased as Punch to finally
learn where the buck stops.
Brand New Skullcrushers Bass-Amplified Stereo 
Headphones with Built-In Subwoofer and 1000mm 
Neodymium Magnet Speakers
Slow Day at the Dog Show
'Free' is a word Vladimir Putin still doesn't fully understand.
It's easy to see why Uganda has a problem with
overpopulation. There are simply too many storks.
Sometimes you can't even lead a horse to water,
much less make it drink.
Joe Bob Briggs was elated when he heard that the
drive-in was alive and well in Thailand.
The billboard makes a good point: there ARE too
many limos in the United States.
This is not a demonstration in Iran.
This is a demonstration in Iraq,
the country America liberated.
"Feel my hand, Steve Westly? By my count, you still have two
family jewels. If you wish to keep them, do exactly as I say."

Monday, June 05, 2006

Bhopal's environmental activists haven't forgotten what happened
on December 3, 1984.

When you play on the Pissoir Pitch, remember
to keep your hands off the balls.
This Palestinian potter is getting ready to create a new
Adam, using the same technique pioneered by Yahweh
over 6,000 years ago. He's hoping the second Adam will
turn out better than the first one did.
The Great Satan was putting the young acolyte to the test.
 He kept whispering to her, "The Ayatollah is an 
Assaholah! The Ayatollah is an Assaholah!"
Petrified Jesus Oversees Pentecost at St. Peter's Square
Algerians Chant Praises to the God of Gunpowder
In German, this is called Fussballwattmeisterschaft.
That just about covers it.
Yoshiaki Murakami, soon to be charged with insider trading,
can already feel the noose tightening around his neck.
How the little boy got to the moon is still unknown.

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Who really rules in Iran today? This picture makes evident the power
ratio which exists between Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the President
of Iran, and the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader.