Friday, April 21, 2006

Round the Horn. An Irwin J. McIckleson Production

Hello all. This is Irwin J. McIckleson, fictional 1910's Plutocrat. I have to say after having watched the future for quite a little while now, it still strikes me as curious.

Bark Bark Woof Woof has
the news that the religious sect known as the pastafarians are facing persecution in Kansas. Kansas doesn't have a good record with these kinds of issues, in my opinion.

Happy Furry Puppy Story Time reports on
a conversation between President Bush and the leader of the Chinamen in which the President comes off looking a bit like a nincompoop. On rereading it is, perhaps, a satire on what the President might have said.

LEFT is RIGHT has a
recent comment by President Bush that also sounds like satire, but is in fact accurate.

Iddybud has some thoughts on
recent statements by some retired generals to the effect that Secretary of War Donald Rumsfeld should step down.

I've noticed, incidentally, that you future people have rechristianed the Department of War; it is now the Department of Defense. My question is who, exactly, do you think you are fooling?

Pen-Elayne on the Web has
the news that the world is destined to be destroyed by a comet on or around May 25, 2006. Or at least according to some grass carvings created by who knows what.

rubber hose
suggests that attacking Iran (also known as Persia) would complicate matters with other allies in the area, depriving our aeroplanes of proper landing facilities.

T. Rex's Guide to Life has
a story on how the plant marijuana may have medicinal properties, but the Government Agencies choose to deny said properties.

The Fulcrum has
some poetic thoughts on how small actions might transform the political landscape.

It strikes me that Christians of the future are really unsure of themselves. How else to explain
an anger noted by Speedkill at the adoption of CE and BCE for dates?

Words on a Page has
a joke about President Bush visiting a kids class room, and his lack of desire to answer tough questions.

And that is our presentation for another week. Have an enjoyable and productive day and weekend.

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