Friday, March 02, 2007

The Week in Pictures LXXVII

Random Friday Thoughts:

You can tell that you're working too hard when the days begin to blur together. I honestly had no idea that it was Friday until someone mentioned it this morning.

I read this week that Lucy Noland will be leaving Fox 5 news shortly. That's the most depressing thing I've heard in quite some time. She's pretty much the only reason I wake up at 5 a.m. to watch the news every morning.

My post about Drew Barrymore seems to have angered the Gods as we're in the mist of torrential downpours here in NYC this morning. I need to head down to KFC/Taco Bell to get some rodents to sacrifice as a way of appeasing them.

This is one of the funniest things I've read in a long time.

While I do that, why don't we move on to the WiP:

Side Note:
Two people wrote to me yesterday about my self-deprecating jokes. For the record, I don't have nearly the level of self-loathing that you might imagine from reading the blog. (I'm not sure anyone could.) I actually possess a fair amount of confidence. I simply find that kind of humor endlessly amusing. That said, I appreciate the feedback. Moving forward, I'll ease up on the jokes.

A time-traveler from the future offered proof of the existence of karma by producing a picture of Paris Hilton in her next life.

England's Prince Charles amused onlookers during a recent luncheon by showing them the look on his face the first time he saw Camila naked.

Satan was reportedly exposed to an accidental overdose of gamma rays turning him into a hulking green monster whenever he gets angry - which is pretty much all of the time.

The U.S. Navy Seals conducted winter military exercises last weekend.

Suddenly, vegetarianism sounds pretty appealing.

Childhood illnesses such as chicken pox have a company with the outbreak of a new disease that doctors have termed piggy back.

PIGGY BACK! Get it?!? ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Erm...sorry.

Tourists looking to catch the sunset in the Bahamas were taken aback to learn that the island has recently instituted a cover charge to view the horizon.

A local high school has implemented a new dress code designed to help students focus on their studies.

In a related story, female pages on Capital Hill may have a new dress code next year under a proposed program being spearheaded by some of the older Senators.

An 85-year-old woman is suing her local appliance store after discovering that the $3,500 portable TV she bought was nothing more than a sketch on an easel.

A group of yogis attending a cricket match took sports audience participation to a new level by starting a Levitation Wave.

An enraged Ronald McDonald ripped the heads off of a pair of reporters who had the audacity to question him too closely about the cleanliness of his restaurants.

Onley, England held their annual pancake race last week; an event in which participants attempt to avoid slipping on pancakes strewn across the street and bludgeoned by frying pan wielding chefs. .

Recently uncovered photographic evidence indicates that the Best Actor Oscar Humphrey Bogart won for The African Queen may have been a fake.

Meanwhile, at this year's awards the entire cast of Happy Feet joyously took the stage to accept their Best Animated Feature award.

Millions of men immediately became Jennifer Hudson fans after seeing her kiss her "Best Supporting Actress Award"

As evidenced by the throngs of masked men who waited outside in the hopes of meeting her.

And finally, Melissa Ethridge threatened to return her "Best Original Song" Oscar after realizing that the award depicts a man.

Reports indicate that even her private parts were taken aback by their proximity to a phallic shaped object.