Monday, February 09, 2009

Hot Koala

A simple question and answer for Senate Democrats:

Is George W. Bush President?


So I guess my grandfathers never had 'real' jobs at TVA. Wonder how those folks at NASA feed their kids since their jobs aren't 'real'.

Tom Steele and the Republican party: Babbling incoherent shite till the cows come home.

RNC chair: Only real jobs are those business creates:

"However, newly-elected Republican National Committee Chair Michael Steele believes that government-funded jobs don't count as real employment because 'a job is something that a business owner creates.'"

Simple man.

A kiss is NOT just a 'kiss', apparently.

Kissing feels so pleasurable due to hormone surge, find scientists - Telegraph:

"Couples who share a passionate kiss this Valentine's Day will enjoy sensations of relaxation and excitement because of a complex series of chemical processes, as well as their love for their partners.

The study showed that women need more than just a kiss to experience the same chemical high as men - with additional features such as a romantic atmosphere of dimmed lights and mood music also required."

Of course they smoke weed. Eating a box of Krispy Kream-san is called 'training' for these athletes. : The Associated Press:

"TOKYO (AP) -- Sumo wrestlers with pot bellies, yes. Sumo wrestlers with pot? Now that's harder to grapple with.

In the past six months, four wrestlers have been kicked out of the ancient sport for allegedly smoking marijuana, creating the biggest drugs-in-sports scandal that Japan has ever seen.

Although three of the wrestlers who have been expelled from the sport were from Russia, the arrest last week of a 25-year-old Japanese athlete who goes by the ring name of Wakakirin for possession of marijuana has raised concern that use of the drug may be more widespread than originally thought."

In related and hopefully positive news:

White House: DEA Raids in Medical Marijuana States Will Stop


Our Aussie brothers and sisters and dealing with some very bad fires.

Aussie animals aren't having an easy go of it either:

Heatwave too much for koala to bear:

"Images circulating via email reveal a family sheltering in their home in Maude, between Melbourne and Geelong, when a koala walked onto their back porch and into the laundry.

Assuming it was distressed by the heat, the girl in the photos filled a bucket with water and — after a prod and a quick drink — the marsupial climbed in for a refreshing dip."

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