Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Reuters Reads

The top headline from Reuters right now is "Rumsfeld: Unclear when Iraq troops can replace U.S.". U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said on Wednesday that American operations in Iraq would end when Iraqi security forces were able to take over the job, but he would not estimate when that might be.

Reuters: America's favorite source for 3-year-old news. I hope the article also has him saying "We'll stand down as they stand up."

They also have: "N.Korea says U.S. is not world's 'religion judge'," which is good news. Especially since "The Religion Judge" is most likely the title of a new daytime court show.

"Hungary PM says sorry for lies speech." Didn't read this one. I just like the headline. For the record, I'm sorry for my lies speech, too.

"Schwarzenegger's lead widens in latest Calif. poll." Does this mean we all have to wait another 4 years for Jingle All the Way 2?

"Da Vinci's Mona Lisa was a new mother, say experts." They all laughed at me when I wanted to major in Renaissance Facial Expressions in college. Guess that might've paid off after all. The article goes on to speculate that Munch's The Scream depicts a new father.

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