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Friday, March 02, 2007

People I Hate

Hey, kids! What time is it? Actually, it's about noon, so screw Howdy Doody. Let's get ready to grumble!!!

U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
Just when you thought Kofi Annan was a blathering idiot, in steps the Moon Man:

UNITED NATIONS (AFP) - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Thursday that global warming posed the same threat to humanity as war and warned of an "unconscionable legacy" being left for future generations. In a speech to a UN International School Conference, Ban acknowledged that the "majority" of the UN's work still focuses on the prevention and resolution of conflict. (Yahoo!)

First of all, Ban - if that is your real name - maybe you had better go back to school. Nuclear weapons - very bad. Global warming - not so much. How are we supposed to listen to someone who so blindly follows Al Gore and the environmentalist wackos? Secondly, if you think the U.N. focuses on the prevention and resolution of conflict, you are stupider than your name. Jackass.

Angelina Jolie

Yeah, she's pretty hot, but in a psycho killer kind of way.

Angelina Joile has filed papers to adopt a Vietnamese child, the country's top adoption official said Friday. A U.S. adoption agency representing the 31-year-old actress filed the papers at Vietnam's International Adoption Agency, said Vu Duc Long, the agency's director. (Yahoo!)

Vu Duc Long? Hey, he stole my prOn name!!! This little tax deduction is Jolie's fourth adoption. That's right, her fourth. Since I have to work tonight, can someone please call Angie and ask her the following questions: 1. Has she ever tried to have kids the old-fashioned way . . . with Barry White music and astro-glide? 2. If she is adopting hundreds of children, can she throw a token American into the mix just for fun? Thanks.

Durham D.A. Mike Nifong

This guy completely botches a rape investigation, ruins three men's lives, and now says he doesn't remember a crucial pow-wow with investigators?

Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong and the lead investigators in the Duke lacrosse case have different recollections of the first time they huddled at the Burlington laboratory that provided DNA testing for the prosecution.

Durham police Sgt. Mark Gottlieb and Investigator Benjamin Himan each listed in their case notes that they were at DNA Security on April 10, a week before any indictments in the case. And Himan noted that Nifong was present at the meeting with Brian Meehan, head of the private lab.

But in a letter to the N.C. State Bar released this week, Nifong said he could not recall the event, although he acknowledged that a meeting occurred. "I can only report that I have no recollection of that meeting and that I have no documentation or other evidence that I ever attended such a meeting," Nifong said in the Jan. 16 letter. (Drudge)

I don't want to call him a liar, but . . . I can't think of a way to end this sentence.

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