Monday, May 10, 2010

the Suns' token gesture and other amusing observations

A few nuggets from Argus Hamilton at Jewish World Review...

The Phoenix Suns changed their team's name to Los Suns for Wednesday's playoff game to protest Arizona's immigration law. It's just a token gesture. If they had really meant it they would have said no ticket is necessary for entrance to the arena.

Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad confessed his crime to the FBI Thursday. The administration is on the hunt for co-conspirators. During questioning Faisal Shahzad spilled a glass of water all over the floor, which could link him to British Petroleum.

Faisal Shahzad was revealed Thursday to have married into U.S. citizenship. He then quit his job, let his house go into foreclosure, moved his family to Pakistan, returned to the U.S., rented an apartment and began buying fertilizer. The reason Homeland Security missed him was that there were so many flags by his name they mistook him for the U.N.

Goldman Sachs hired former senators Trent Lott and John Breaux Friday to lobby for the firm in Congress. For years they served as Republican Whip and Democratic Whip to keep their troops in line. Only Egyptologists have the maps to more skeletons.


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