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  • Mr. Potato Head adding an Elvis version

    06/09/2010 12:52:57 PM PDT · by a fool in paradise · 17 replies · 108+ views
    AP via Yahoo ^ | Wed Jun 9, 8:35 am ET | no byline
    ...Kevin Kern, a spokesman for Presley's Graceland estate, told The Commercial Appeal the new toy is one of 15,000 Elvis-licensed products and is one the company is excited about. The first of the Elvis potato heads will be released for Elvis Tribute Week in August. The toy will be in a jumpsuit. A second version ó with the likeness dressed in black leather ó will be on the market for Christmas...
  • Congressman Hank Johnson (D): If Guam gets too overpopulated, it might tip over!! (Video)

    And this is the mentality of our lawmakers representing us? No wonder this country is in shambles. These are the brilliant people regulating our industry folks. This is a must see video of what our politicians are lacking in Washington, and that's common sense and education. I am at a loss for words for this fine displacement of intellect. Watch the video, especially at the 1:20 mark:
  • CAPTION Robert Gibbs Speaks

    01/27/2010 4:31:54 AM PST · by paulycy · 18 replies · 932+ views
    Wednesday, January 27, 2010 | paulycy
    What is Robert Gibbs trying to say?
  • Biden: I'm in a 'gaffe-free zone'

    11/02/2009 10:51:48 AM PST · by markomalley · 9 replies · 475+ views
    The Hill ^ | 11/2/2009 | Eric Zimmerman
    Joe Biden's pretty happy with himself for avoiding any major gaffes recently. "You know, I'm sort of a gaffe-free zone right now, you know," he told CNN's Ed Henry in an interview airing today. Biden's been particularly careful to avoid verbal slips recently. After almost taking a shot at Dick Cheney in a recent interview with reporters, Biden caught himself and backtraked. "Yeah, yeah, I know. I can see the headline now," he said, according to a pool report. "Iím getting better, guys. Iím getting a little bit better, you know what I mean?" Biden's foot-in-mouth disease has caused Obama...
  • FAA says low-flying plane over Staten Island is 'pre-planned' flight to take photos

    04/27/2009 7:30:01 AM PDT · by LottieDah · 387 replies · 15,445+ views
    FAA says low-flying plane over Staten Island is 'pre-planned' flight to take photos by Staten Island Advance Monday April 27, 2009, 10:03 AM A plane, that appears to be a commercial jet tailed by fighter jets, is a "pre-planned" military flight taking photos of the Statue of Liberty, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Reports indicate it may be Air Force One. "It is pre-planned, pre-coordinated with everyone involved," said FAA spokesman Jim Peters. "It's a military flight over New York to take photos." Peters, who stressed it is not an emergency, said the flight is circling the Statue of...
  • Obama Vows To Combat Somali Pirates

    04/13/2009 1:08:23 PM PDT · by rdl6989 · 32 replies · 2,083+ views
    Voice of America ^ | April 13, 2009 | Paula Wolfson
    U.S. President Barack Obama says he is determined to halt piracy in the shipping lanes off the coast of Somalia. Mr. Obama spoke one day after the dramatic rescue of an American cargo ship captain who had been held hostage by the pirates since last week. President Barack Obama (left), with Vice President Joe Biden, says the U.S. will seek to halt the increasing threat of piracy off the Horn of Africa, 13 Apr 2009 President Barack Obama (left), with Vice President Joe Biden, says the U.S. will seek to halt the increasing threat of piracy off the Horn of...
  • Obama: Fighting 'rise of privacy' (piracy) (Yet another Obama gaffe)

    04/13/2009 10:13:27 AM PDT · by a fool in paradise · 31 replies · 2,118+ views
    Chicago Tribune ^ | April 13, 2009 12:15 PM | by Mark Silva
    President Barack Obama is taking a stand against "the rise of privacy'' in the Indian Ocean. Say what? The president clearly meant the "rise of piracy,'' but his brief statement on the rescue of the American container ship captain held hostage by Somalian pirates came so quickly today that he didn't stop to correct himself. He did note, however, that those "who commit acts of piracy'' must be "held accountable'' for the crime.... (snip) We'll hand one thing to the White House's stenographers, however. Whenever former President George W. Bush tripped over his own tongue, which happened with some frequency,...
  • Triumph of the Geeks and Tough Guys (Tina Brown compares Obama to Paris Hilton)

    03/24/2009 12:37:01 PM PDT · by earlJam · 13 replies · 1,097+ views
    Triumph of the Geeks and Tough Guys by Tina Brown Obama is the only person walking around with a big smile on his face. That onset of wild laughter on 60 Minutes about how humorous it is that no one in America, I mean no one, wants a bailout for the auto companies was one of the more surreal presidential performances lately. Why has Obama suddenly turned into the Paris Hilton of teachable moments? We realize heís just trying to shore up his poll ratings so he can distance himself from Pelosiís pitchfork mob, but a 60 Minutes sitdown right...
  • Chavez loses critical votes in Venezuela election

    11/24/2008 7:25:20 PM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 33 replies · 2,345+ views
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation ^ | 25 November 2008 | Richard Reynolds
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has suffered a setback in regional elections, losing several key votes. While Mr Chavez's broad coalition managed to hold on to most of the regional governors' positions, he did lose the most critical votes including the mayor of Caracas and the governorships of the country's two most populous states. The mayor's job is often referred to as the second most important position in Venezuela. While Mr Chavez's popularity remains high, he has never recovered from the surprising loss last year of his sweeping constitutional reforms. He maintains he still wants to amend the country's constitution in...
  • Plant Life On Extrasolar Earthlike Planets Could Be Black

    06/23/2007 9:19:29 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 19 replies · 402+ views
    Science Daily ^ | June 20, 2007 | Washington University in St. Louis
    Plants on Earth are green because of chlorophyll, which harnesses the energy of the sun to make sugars for metabolism. But our plants aren't completely efficient -- they waste a little bit of light. "Ideally, what you want is a black molecule that absorbs all of the light," Blankenship said... They also are looking into the "red edge" effect. Seen at 700 nanometers out, beyond the limit of normal human vision, this reflectance spectrum is a signature of the fact that there is very intense chlorophyll absorption going on... "When you consider another world you've got to find that life...
  • Tim Russert misspells Iraq (video: I-R-A-K)

    04/30/2007 9:44:49 AM PDT · by xjcsa · 44 replies · 1,529+ views
    YouTube video ^ | April 25, 2007
    I did a search; couldn't believe this hadn't been posted. Russert spells out I-R-A-K on the air.
  • Two different Meet The Depressed Interviews by Tim Russert(Vanity)

    09/25/2006 6:09:05 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 23 replies · 1,038+ views
    September 25, 2006 | Myself
    Chris Wallace wasn't the only one interviewing Billy Jeff yesterday. MR. RUSSERT: The second year of the Clinton Global Initiative. What did you achieve this year? MR. RUSSERT: Do people keep their commitments? MR. RUSSERT: And you focus on poverty, religious and ethnic conflict, energy and climate change, and global public health. MR. RUSSERT: People make a commitment to invest in one of those programs... MR. RUSSERT: ...somewhere in the world? MR. RUSSERT: Time is important, almost as important as money. MR. RUSSERT: Up 60 percent in one year. MR. RUSSERT: If it worked in Afghanistan, you could roll it...
  • Kerry, Dean ahead in latest poll (Yawn!)

    07/08/2003 9:34:55 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 4 replies · 206+ views
    DURHAM - John Kerry and Howard Dean lead in a New Hampshire poll that indicates no presidential candidate has won the hearts of likely Democratic primary voters. Sen. Kerry of Massachusetts was at 18 percent and former Vermont Gov. Dean was at 16 percent in the Granite State poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire and released Monday. Almost a third of those surveyed said they remain undecided, while 14 percent said they would prefer New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who has said she does not plan to run for president in 2004. And in more bad news...