Friday, May 20, 2005

Saddam's Picture
Experts say a British tabloid's decision to publish pictures of Saddam Hussein in his underwear is a violation of human rights. But it's not clear whose rights are being violated; Hussein's or the readers'.

Top 5 Slogans for the Newly-Merged U.S. Airways and America West Airlines

5) "Something Leveraged in the Air"

4) "Two Wrongs Make a Flight"

3) "We're in Chapter Eleven, and it Shows!"

2) "Be Advised, Our Pilots Always Carry Less than $20"

1) "Misery Loves Company"

NBA Steroid Rules
Congress is bashing the NBA's anti-steroid policy, calling it a "joke." But NBA commissioner David Stern says it's hard to screen the players for steroids when they all have to take paternity tests first.

Jackson Case Wrapping Up
The Michael Jackson case is expected to wrap up in the next two weeks thanks to shortened witness lists, a focused judge, and low Neilson ratings.

Cosby's Donation
Comedian Bill Cosby has made a $600,000 donation to Bennett College for Women in North Carolina. Cosby wants the money to be used in the school's renowned English, Science and Groping departments.

Lewd Subway Cam Broken
New York City Police now say the hidden "upskirt" camera they found at a subway station this week was actually not functioning. Had it been operational, it would have been the first thing to work in the subway since 1964.

Larry Nixed
The judge in the Michael Jackson case didn't allow CNN host Larry King to testify for the defense, saying his testimony would be irrelevant. Defense lawyers should have known that would happen, since King's show has been irrelevant for 6 years.


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