Sunday, December 18, 2005

Political News, Everyone

Bush says Congress saw the same intelligence he did before invading Iraq. Dianne Feinstein asked Congressional researchers to verify that statement. They came back with a verdict: completely untrue.

By the way, the title of this blog entry owes a hat-tip to Ricky Gervais of "The Office" (original version), who follows the line by explaining why he and his pet mutt Nelson ("named after Nelson Mandela, the great leader") have been banned from Wernham Hogg. The scene, like most others, is worth the price of the series all by itself.


Anonymous Tuap said...

This whole blog is just a corporate ploy to get copies of “the office” dvd series, now just $20.99, to sell better to trendy young twenty-somethings. This is the kind of sneaky guerrilla marketing that I just can’t stand. These days everything is an advertisement for something. I for one will not stand for it, and neither should you.

Join in outrage at:

11:58 PM  
Anonymous Tuap said...

What's this "approved by author" bull shizznog? What are you afraid of "Lappy"? The truth?! It's the first amendment read it! Yeah! Then read the second

12:03 AM  

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