Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Monday, March 30, 2009
Callers from Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina described brilliant, streaking lights followed by an explosion-like sound at about 9:45 p.m. Sunday.
One 11 News viewer in Carroll County e-mailed to say she "spotted a large fireball in the western sky. It started out being about star brightness, then increasingly got brighter and greener. As it got green, it had an orange sparkling tail...We saw it go almost all the way to the ground before losing sight of it in the trees."
Nasa experts, who were contacted about the incident, have indicated that this may in fact merely be the Obama administration crashing and burning yet again. "You can expect to see a lot more of this over the next four years."
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Hey, I have an idea! Let's draw attention to the threat of global warming (as if there's anyone on Earth who hasn’t heard about it extensively yet) by performing a meaningless, ritualistic nonsense act that essentially turns it’s back on the last 10,000 hard fought years of civilizational advancement in the most luddite manner possible.
Or, better yet, howsabout I turn on ALL my lights and appliances during Earth Hour in defiant protest, not of your unscientific man-made global warming BS, but of your pernicious general stupidity.
In fact, I propose a new environmental celebration. I call it Earth Minute. It’s where all you environmentalists around the world take a minute of your time to kiss my black ass.
And I’m not even black.