Some people see things and ask "why?" Others see things and ask "why not?" I donâ€™t know what the hell theyâ€™re talking about. In this series, I filter things through my own Looking Glass and report what I see. And thatâ€™s the truth. â€” Curmudgeon-At-Large In Jameson Veritas
Subhead? Subhead? We don't need no stinkin' subheads. That's for people for whom the article doesn't stand on its own merits.
You can find news anywhere there's at least one person and just about anything else. I feel sorry for George Bush, don't you?
From Sadam to Edwards, Ford to Dying Anexorics, there's no news beneath the standards of your intrepid reporter.
What would we do without stupid politicians and stupid students? I'm at a loss, but the world would be a sadder place.
James Brown dead, gays getting married, Brits and Iraqis dying, and Freud the sex maniac. Just another day without the associated dollar.
It just may be possible to outweigh the weirdos dominating this world. They're as likely to kill each other as us... and each other is closer.
A great day in the news. Unfortunately, I couldn't find most of it, so you'll have to settle for this old, recycled garbage.
People are boring, but we plod on hoping that there's a nugget of news worth reporting. Such is the life of an intrepid reporter.
I'm not sure what day it is, but the news is fascinating and worth every second of your time... honest.
These damn newspapers are try to put us pundits out of business. Will people please start taking the world seriously?
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