Thursday, March 11, 2004

It's Good News Week

It's good news week.
Someone dropped a bomb somewhere,
contaminating all the air,
have you heard the news?

-lyrics from It's Good News Week

-Hundreds killed in train bombings in Madrid.

-Violence continue in Haiti and Iraq.

-In Baltimore a twelve-year-old girl is beaten into a coma by a group of women and other girls after being kissed by one of the other girl's boyfriend on a dare.

-Hockey player attacked by another player during a game and hospitalized with a broken neck.

-U.S. House of Representatives pass the Cheeseburger Bill protecting restaurants from lawsuits filed by disgruntled over-weight customers by a vote 276-139.

-Cost of war in Iraq now at over $105, 645,300+ and counting.

- National Debt now at $7,101,345,086,161.27 and climbing another 2 billion each day.

-George W. Bush still singing If Your Happy And You Know It, Clap Your Hands.

(I'm going back to bed, pull the covers over my head, and stay there.)

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