Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Isn't Manscara a comic book superhero for feminists?

A 44-year-old woman in Canada gave birth to her 18th child this week. She’s been to the maternity ward so often, her doctor dresses like a hockey goalie.

A Georgia woman has agreed to adopt a six-legged deer rescued after being attacked by a dog. Can you blame the dog? A deer with six legs to hump is like a doggie orgy.

While swimming in Mexico, American Idol host Ryan Seacrest says he was bitten by a shark and has three holes in his toe to prove it. According to Simon Cowell, that’s not a shark attack -- it’s a high school production of “Jaws.”

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that the number of homeless in the United States decreased about 12 percent between 2005 and 2007. Leave it to the federal government to put a positive spin on the fact that homeless people are now living in houses abandoned due to foreclosures.

A high-end British store called Superdrug announced a line of makeup geared exclusively toward men, with products such as “Guy-liner” and “Manscara.” Wait a minute. I thought Manscara was a comic book superhero for feminists.

According to the latest poll by the Princeton Review, the University of Florida has passed West Virginia University as the No. 1 party school in the U.S. You know you’re attending a party school when the on-line students post pictures of themselves passed out in front of their computers.

Former "Charlie's Angels" co-stars Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith will reunite on the hairstyling competition show "Shear Genius," with Smith as host and Jackson as a judge with comedienne Sandra Bernhard. Wouldn’t that be two Charlie’s Angels and one Hell’s Angel?

Miley Cyrus said in an online interview that the upcoming season of “Hannah Montana” might be its last. It’s hard to tell who’s crying louder: tweenage girls, Disney executives or Billy Ray Cyrus.

Amy Winehouse is doing OK after an overnight hospital stay to treat what her spokesman said was an adverse reaction to medication. Her visit was paid for by a blood sample which the hospital says has a street value of over $50,000.

Alaska’s Senator Ted Stevens, the longest-serving Republican senator, has been indicted on seven counts of making false statements. When asked to comment, President Bush said he hasn’t trusted that cat Stevens since he quit singing and became a Muslim.

One of the candidates running for mayor in Fairhope, Alabama, is a 7-year-old yellow Labrador retriever named Willie Bean Roscoe P. Coltrane. It’s apparently legal for a dog to run for mayor of Fairhope because his candidates are already scouring the Internet for videos of him getting hosed down in a front yard for doing the nasty.

Barack Obama met with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to discuss the U.S. economy and Obama's proposals to bolster it. As usual, John McCain complained that the media covered Obama’s meeting with Bernanke and not his trip to a piggy bank factory in Des Moines.

Sunbathers at a German nude beach on the Polish border are complaining that Polish beachgoers are standing on their side and staring at them. Luckily, the Poles scatter as soon as the German nudists put on their tank tops and yell “Invasion!”

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