March 21, 2011 - UN Thinks Libya is the Bomb!

un forces launch attack on libya
Talk about March Madness! Colonel Gaddafi (Ghadafi? Qaddafi?) and the rest of his crew finally got a little taste of their own medicine this weekend as the UN authorized forces to protect Libyan citizens at all costs, which I assume just meant they could bomb the hell out of Muammar and his men as they please.

wyclef jean shot in haiti - Meanwhile, in Haiti, Wyclef Jean was shot! Oh, just in the hand. No wait, I guess maybe he just cut his hand on glass?
march madness first weekend - So, between Wyclef being shot and/or cut, and UN forces bombing might think actual March Madness couldn't have matched up in controversy or excitement...well, you were wrong.
fda to ban menthol cigarettes? - Which means you might have to use regular cigarettes to shorten your lifespan from now on.
at&t to buy t-mobile - I guess those Apple-copycat commercials with the chick in the pink dress annoyed AT&T so much that they bought T-Mobile just to make them stop.
fat chick on asians in the library
If you missed this story a few days ago, well, don't worry, you can catch up on young racism in viral videos right now.
charlie sheen tour details - Apparently his tour will most involve stuff that is winning, duh!
pictures of the supermoon - Looks like a normal moon to me, but if you like pictures of the regular moon, then I guess you will like these too.
woman opposes standardized testing - I know what you are thinking, but it's not Sarah Palin...
man with knife on court at nba game - Ughhhhh, I know exactly how these NBA players feel. I hate when knife-wielding nutjobs show up at my job.

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She was, at one time, arguably the most famous lesbian in the world…but that was before Ellen DeGeneres came around, and actually before we officially knew that Rosie was a lesbian. Of course, since then, she has famously feuded with Donald Trump, everyone on The View, and most of the rest of the world, but she is still hot as she ever was.

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