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April 3, 2007

Hey, I didn’t write this.

Questions From Your Girlfriend That Aren’t Really Questions

But along with every other man reading it, I had flashbacks!

I see it’ll be me and Hershey for a while…

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Brooke Shields, Don’t Give Tom Cruise His Apology Back

April 3, 2007

Criteria for Depression Are Too Broad, Researchers Say
Guidelines May Encompass Many Who Are Just Sad

Up to 25 percent of people in whom psychiatrists would currently diagnose depression may only be reacting normally to stressful events such as a divorce or losing a job, according to a new analysis that reexamined how the standard diagnostic criteria are used.

The finding could have far-reaching consequences for the diagnosis of depression, the growing use of symptom checklists to identify those who may be depressed, and the $12 billion-a-year U.S. market for antidepressant drugs.


Heather: The Compleat Collection

April 3, 2007

It took a while, but I finally found two(!) sources (first, second) that would allow me to capture the elusive Fox News coverage.

Yeah, Murdoch, you skank, I gotcher footage! You can’t beat me, you Aussie proto-corpse!

Proof:

Fox newsbabe
Fox Newsbarbie licking her anorexic chops

Fox News
Murdoch’s Den of Lies

Heather Fox 01

Heather Fox 02

Heather Fox 03

Heather Fox 04
Melissa. Remember that name.

Heather Fox 05

A Melissa quote: “They were kinda hard to conversate with.”

Conversate? Conversate?

You semi-illiterate hair-wanker! There is no such word!

Initial coverage:

Fox National

Fox News 2
Murdoch’s Sleaze Zone

Fox newsdroid
Fox News droid

Fox News fembot
Fox News fembot

Heather Fox b01

Heather Fox b02

Heather Fox b03

I hope you’re doing well, kid.

Much thanks to Dogpile video search.

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Today’s Bellylaugh

April 3, 2007

Hillary Clinton: America’s Body Snatcher-Sweetheart


My Heart Bleedeth Not

April 3, 2007

Man With Drug-Resistant TB Locked Up

PHOENIX (AP) – Behind the county hospital’s tall cinderblock walls, a 27-year-old tuberculosis patient sits in a jail cell equipped with a ventilation system that keeps germs from escaping. Robert Daniels has been locked up indefinitely, perhaps for the rest of his life, since last July. But he has not been charged with a crime. Instead, he suffers from an extensively drug-resistant strain of tuberculosis, or XDR-TB. It is considered virtually untreatable.

County health authorities obtained a court order to lock him up as a danger to the public because he failed to take precautions to avoid infecting others. Specifically, he said he did not heed doctors’ instructions to wear a mask in public.

“I’m being treated worse than an inmate,” Daniels said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press last month. “I’m all alone. Four walls. Even the door to my room has been locked. I haven’t seen my reflection in months.”

Oh, you poor vectoring bastard. Are you allowed to shave? Please slit your throat.


Today’s Quote

April 3, 2007

“Sex happens. I find this neither disturbing nor surprising.”

Ancient human unearthed in China


Is It Happening In America?

April 3, 2007

Let’s see:

Mexico City to be one, giant Wi-Fi hotspot by 2008: mayor — Nope.

French Train Sets Rail Record 357.2 Mph — Nope.

Engineers unveil China moon rover — Nope.

Bush says he takes climate change “very seriously” — Dope.