Friday, February 23, 2007

The Week in Pictures LXXVI

Random Friday Thoughts:

Another workweek has come and gone and what do I have to show for it? Well, a paycheck I suppose but those have been kind of depressing ever since the bank teller saw the amount of my deposit and said "Oh, you work part-time?"

My sister is bringing Jasmine out for breakfast on Sunday. That should be fun. She cracks me up.

It takes a special kind of person to cut the line at church on Ash Wednesday.

What's this American Idol thing that people are talking about? They only devote 25 minutes of every hour to it on the Fox 5 news broadcast every morning.

Anyway, on to the WiP:

A skier was found frozen to death this weekend after stepping outside to use the bathroom during an ice storm.

Modern technology has allowed researchers to shrink themselves and take walking tours inside of Vice President Cheney's head.

In a scene reminiscent of Mission Impossible, a trained monkey dropped from a tree and stole a valuable performing goat from a street performer.

Long thought to have only happened in cartoons, a man actually blew his top when his daughter brought home yet another slacker boyfriend.

For her part, the daughter blames her decisions on the fact that she's a little mixed up.

Daisies suffering from petal dysfunction have launched a campaign to have their water supplies supplemented with Viagra.

This week's video is "Flathead" by The Fratellis:

Racked with despair and longing, Britney Spears shaved her head in an effort to look more like her ex-husband Kevin Federline.

Reports indicate that she later completed the transition by putting on a pair of earrings and penciling in some stubble.

Bayern Munich and Real Madrid became the first teams to decide a match using FIFA's newly implemented "Tango Off" tiebreaker system.

Archaeologists believe that they may have located the mythical "Bridge Over Troubled Water."

Trojan brand condoms launched their new mascot this week, who will present safe sex seminars at high schools across the country...

...all the while accompanied by his sidekicks, the Condomettes.

And finally, the Hubble Telescope sent back what astronomers believe to be compelling evidence that God is, indeed, watching us.