Thursday, April 01, 2004

I Wish I Could Say Half of This Was an April Fool's Joke...

The Hunter Has Become The Hunted! The scammer of jackasses has become a scammed jackass! Weldong Xu, a former Dana-Farber researcher and professor at Harvard scammed 35 students, co-workers, friends and Internet pals out of more than half a million dollars to help launch a bogus SARS research institute in China. Once he got the money, the Donger promply gave all the money to a Nigerian business offer he received via emial that promised a $50 million profit. This story has too much zeitgeist in it, and I wish David Lee Roth was here to clear it up.

Headwear Troubles II: German Bugaloo

I'm Certainly Going to Miss The Guy Who Does The Memory Hole When He Gets Wellstoned A copy of a surpressed FBI report that detailed dozens of cases of Bureau agents involved in perpetrating murder, real estate fraud, shoplifting, rape of a subordinate employee, spouse-shooting, child molestation, bribery, extortion, drug-dealing, crack-smoking, drunk driving, leaking classified information to "a foreign intelligence agency," masturbating in public, and "calling sex hotlines with Bureau phones while on duty," among other activities.

Greedy Oil Exploration and Christian Zionism, Two Great Tastes That Taste Great Together The place where Tim LaHaye and your SUV meet is very scary...

The Morons That Make Movie Magic A WorldNetDaily article about the 15th annual GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) awards in Hollywood. Normally I wouldn't side with WND, but some of these celebrities need to get their mics taken away. Christina Ricci said she and her boyfriend, Adam Goldberg, will "vote even more Democratic than we usually vote" this year. Does that mean pulling the level down really hard? Sharon Osbourne proclaimed to the crowd, "My only regret in life is that none of my children are gay." Drug addicts? Yes. Spoiled and bratty? Yes. The makers of ghastly solo projects devoid of any skill or talent? Yes. Gay? Sadly, no.

Inner-Apocalypse Watch About 6 million Brits are on anti-depressants like Prozac; that makes about 1 out of every 10 people in the country on some kind of happy pill. In a survey of doctors, 8 out of 10 said they were overprescribing anti-depressents and some patients have said that the pills are dispenced "as if they were sweets".

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-The Sikh Geek will be off the blog until April 13th due to his requested attendance at the Reagan Ranch's Young Conservatives Round-Up