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Posted on 10/10/2012 7:12:24 PM PDT by GeronL
Lindsay Lohan joining K-Pop Band?
(Associated Posers) LOS ANGELES, California Lindsay Lohan, 26, is set to audition for a spot in a Korean pop music (K-Pop) girl group called "Just Say Oh". After fleeing her home in the aftermath of police visits and reportedly accusing her mom of using cocaine, Lindsay and her mom Dina apparently got into an altercation after mom didn't pay back a $40,000 loan, which was to be used to save their $1.29 million home from foreclosure.
Some believe the whole thing won't go anywhere and that the band is looking for publicity. A spokesperson for the band "Just Say Oh" ("juseyo" in Korean means "Please, give me") said they had no comment at this time.
Turkey forces Syrian plane to land
(Associated Posers) ANKARA, Turkey A Syrian airliner flying from Russia was forced to land in Ankara by Turkish Air Force F-16 because they suspected the aircraft was funneling weapons to the Syrian government. The Turkish government says they found what they suspect are missile parts. Syria and Turkey have traded cross-border artillery strikes.
Okahoma boy, 7, receives Nobel Prize
(Associated Posers) OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma Toby Jacobson was as surprised as everyone else when he was awarded a Nobel Prize for his future potential to benefit society. The boy says he hasn't done anything to deserve such an award except when he jokingly spray-painted his soldier action figures pink. In 2009, Barack Obama was also awarded a Nobel Prize for potential.
IRS: Solyndra Bankruptcy plan all about tax avoidance
(Associated Posers)- WASHINGTON DC - The Internal Revenue Service urged a bankruptcy judge to reject solar panel maker Solyndras bankruptcy plan Wednesday, saying it amounts to little more than an avenue for owners of an empty corporate shell to avoid paying taxes. The undeniable conclusion is that tax benefits drive this plan, attorneys for the IRS wrote in a bankruptcy pleading. Arguing that the bankruptcy court ought not confirm a plan whose principal purpose is tax avoidance, attorneys said in filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware that the tax breaks would be worth more money than funds set aside for creditors.
Restaurants Going Part Time?
(Associated Posers) BUSINESS DARDEN restaurants will focus on part-time employment to avoid costs associated with the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obama Care. The move comes after the company leaders had supported the ACA and the President, the move has drawn criticism of hypocrisy from conservatives. The chain owns the Olive Garden and Red Lobster among others.
HK billionaire will pay to make daughter gay
(Associated Posers) Hong Kong In a penthouse apartment overlooking the bustling city below Chinese billionaire Ceasar Chao Tse-Wang made it clear that he would give $64 million to any woman who could make his daughter gay. I'll disown her if she is straight he says I am very disappointed in her choice of boy friends. His daughter Gidget laughs, I might try it just for the cash.
China scoffs at MS malware accusations
(Associated Posers) SHANGHAI, China After Microsoft inspectors found malware and spyware being installed in computer at the factory, the country is denying widespread attempts at industrial espionage. These charges are completely groundless said a statement from Mai Wei Xang, with the Office of Electronic Manufacturing of the Trade & Industry Ministry. There has been no word from the US Commerce Department about the Microsoft findings.
News Briefs for 10-10-2012
does it really need a (satire) warning??
I have officially lost my mind. And you helped. I looked at that date and thought “Why am I reading news that is TWO YEARS OLD?????”
I got the date wrong?? dang
Okay. It is official. Now you have lost yours. And I helped. cackle
I thought it would be funny if she did
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