I have a new favourite insult, courtesy of today's Dilbert.
My blog has 102 612 words, excluding this entry. In about ten years, I should have enough words to be equivalent to halfway through the first chapter of Stephen King's The Stand.
Equally as funny as the failed $700bn nationalisation of private US banks are the antics of the Ferrari F1 team on Sunday, during the first ever night race. I laughed out loud when Raikonnen crashed into the wall four laps from the end.
The US House of Representatives has defeated the $700bn emergency rescue package proposed to save their economy. I think it was Warren Buffet who said that if it doesn't go through, the market will go into a free-fall.
And rest in peace, Connie Haines, big band singer and Duchess of Idaho.
So long, and thanks for Butch Cassidy.
Seriously, they're staying? What happened to loyalty?
(Reproduced from the related link)
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"Spokesperson James Gillies says experts have gone into the Large Hadron Collider to examine the damage that halted operations soon after the start-up."