George Bush doesn’t miss being president. Although the Snuggie with the presidential seal on the pocket was kind’a nice.
Almost 900 students were mistakenly told they’re been accepted into UCLA. Actually they’d been accepted into the YMCA.
Newt Gingrich bounced a check. Gee, maybe he really is one of us.
Emme says folks should stop calling Ashley Judd “puffy.” Also, they should stop calling Sean Combs “Ashley.”
A new study shows fish oil delivers minimal heart benefits, but the gills and fins are remarkable.
Thieves in Austria swiped two tons of coffee. On a positive note, local police finally have a reason to case donut shops.
President Obama is pitching the “Buffett Rule,” which is not to be confused with the “buffet rule,” unless you meet Warren Buffett at a buffet, at which time things get really confusing.
A Virginia man is pushing the limits of “famous for being famous” by becoming “famous for pretending to be famous.”
A fireball in the Texas sky remained unexplained until someone noticed an animated plumber in red overalls walking around.
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