Friday, September 21, 2012

"Day of love for the Prophet" causes 19 deaths

I guess that is how you show love for Muhammed in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s government declared a “day of love for the Prophet” in a move that highlights the influence of religious parties in the country’s politics.

Islam needs to hurry up and have a reformation already. Rioting and murder to show you "love" the Prophet is just getting to stupid already. It also shows that the Muslim world hates Obama nearly as much as they hate W.

If the Redskins Beat Carolina on November 4th Obama Wins the Election

Now this is one strange statistic.

And that's how we got the Redskins Rule, a prediction that has a tradition of accuracy even better than Scholastic's survey. It goes like this:

If the Washington Redskins win their last home game before the election, the incumbent party retains the White House. Otherwise, the out-of-power party wins.

This pattern has failed only once since 1940. The year the rule missed was 2000—and many devoted Democrats think Al Gore really won that election. (Perhaps the Redskins should have tied that year.)

So their last home game before the election is against Cam Newton and the Panthers. Judging from how they got spanked by the Giants Obama should probably win the election. Get ready for 4 more years of economic malaise and class warfare.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Ruskis Reveal Huge Diamond Mine: Trillions of Carats?

Wow, the Russians have just become the worlds largest diamond producers overnight.

Russia has just declassified news that will shake world gem markets to their core: the discovery of a vast new diamond field containing "trillions of carats," enough to supply global markets for another 3,000 years.

The Soviets discovered the bonanza back in the 1970s beneath a 35-million-year-old, 62-mile diameter asteroid crater in eastern Siberia known as Popigai Astroblem.

It is interesting that they kept this a secret for 40 years like this. I guess all those people hording diamonds have just taken a finger to the eye. I would bet you that Putin is already assembling a suit of armor made out of Diamonds to wear at state events. Kind of like in Bards Tale the video game from the 80s. I remember that Diamond Plate was what I wanted to find for my warriors and paladins in that game.

At Least there are Some Decent People in the Muslim World

After all of the violence directed at Americans because of some obscure YouTube video at least we find some decent people in Libya.

Libyans tried to rescue Ambassador Chris Stevens, cheering "God is great" and rushing him to a hospital after they discovered him still clinging to life inside the U.S. Consulate, according to witnesses and a new video that emerged Monday from last week's attack in the city of Benghazi.

Hopefully, we have more of the people that tried to rescue Stevens than those who tried to kill him.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Obama Has time for Letterman but Not for Netanyahu

Well yet another finger in the eye of Israel by Obama.

"The President arrives in New York for the UN on Monday, September 24 and departs on Tuesday, September 25. The Prime Minister doesn't arrive in New York until later in the week," Vietor said.

"They're simply not in the city at the same time. But the President and PM are in frequent contact and the PM will meet with other senior officials, including Secretary Clinton, during his visit."

Which makes sense. I mean the President has a very hectic schedule. I mean he is meeting with this noted statesman on September 18th.

Still, Obama reportedly planned to appear on David Letterman on Sept. 18, the first day of the annual diplomatic gathering.

In other words Obama makes time for Letterman but doesn't have any time for the Prime Minister of one of our closest allies. It's not like a nuclear armed Iran or an imminent Israeli attack of Iranian nuclear sites might be in the offing or anything.

Sir John paid a personal visit to Benjamin Netanyahu to appeal to the leader to hold fire after he appeared to be impatient over the UK and US's approach towards Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his nuclear programme. 

Yesterday, Mr Netanyahu said the US did not have the "moral right" to stop Israel from taking action against Iran, where he is concerned by a number of nuclear sites.

Friday, September 07, 2012

Ginger Hammer Kicked in the Teeth: Vilma and Saints can Play

Well it seems Roger Goodell doesn't have infinite power after all.

"Consistent with the panel's decision, Commissioner Goodell will, as directed, make an expedited determination of the discipline imposed for violating the league's pay-for-performance/bounty rule," the NFL said in a statement. "Until that determination is made, the four players are reinstated and eligible to play starting this weekend."

That three judge panel better not show up at an NFL stadium any time soon because I bet the Goodell is thirsting for their blood right about now.