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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

The State of the World: Late Night Special

Oooh, we're on afternoons tonight Windsor, so Daddy's got a long day ahead of him. But he still gets up early to give you the news you need, and not because the Editor-in-Chief woke his ass up at 10.00 a.m.

The Tuesday Sports Report
Honestly, the WWE has now so botched this 'viral video' campaign it's pathetic. The latest suggests the audience 'break the code'. You better hope these have nothing to do with Jericho, because if they do, guess what, the code was broken a month and a half ago, and all you've done is piss people off.

Matchwise, the show was a C. It seemed like there was a lot of wrestling on the show, yet it also seemed like I was out of the room for most of it. And if that scenario at the end with Vince looking all crazy-times as he told Regal next week would have DX for one night only ends up with Vince trying to make HHH and HBK's lives a living hell again, well hey, I guess that kind of worked last year when they did the exact same thing.

The young have no respect for tradition
Everyone knows the best part about Halloween, especially in Windsor, is the excuse it provides women to dress provocatively. So how dare you, Globe and Mail, for giving coverage to a trend that eschews such a tradition in favour of more clever and conservative costuming?!

I'm so upset I don't think I can make a snarky comment.

Rotting bodies with icky pictures
Keeping with the spooky for a moment,have a gander at Tennessee forensic anthropology professor Bill Bass's Body Farm. According to the article, before the farm's creation in 1981, information on human rate of decomposition was woefully inadequate. Now we have forensic entomology, which looks at the bugs that infest in the rotting corpses. Huzzah! [Site includes some pics that may not be good for the squeamish].

Briefly is really brief
Speaking of bugs, I need to try and tackle the dishes before work, so you get the best of the crap this morning. Take your pick, Windsor: the dog who got tagged by graffiti, or the British politician who quipped in public that he hoped arts grants wouldn't be going to "one-legged Lithuanian lesbians."

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