Thursday, July 13, 2006

Animal News

This man from Alabamastan gets the death penalty if Cassandra (see #27 on the link) is on the jury.

What gets terrorists fired up? Kangaroos:

Residents of the northeast Georgia town of Dawsonville are befuddled by news that an 87-acre kangaroo farm is listed among sites nationwide that are considered a prime target for terrorists. [T]he report released Tuesday by the inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security caught the town by surprise.

Ya think? I wonder why.

The inspector general found that the National Asset Database includes "unusual or out-of-place" sites whose presence tainted the credibility of the list.

No kidding. As the Sheriff said, "If it's because they think it's a place that draws crowds, a Wal-Mart is a lot more dangerous than a kangaroo farm." Does anyone really (I mean really) doubt that Homeland Security is wasting at least 80% of the tax dollars being funneled through that moras?

In life's continuing effort to immitate art, "snakes on a plane":

Dutch customs officials found a live poisonous snake in a package sent by airmail from Hong Kong to a collector in the Netherlands.

Officials said customs inspectors thought the snake was a rubber gag gift when they first scanned the package.

However, the inspectors learned that the snake was a live creature when they noticed it moving. [Ed. note: You can't get anything past those "inspectors."]

Officials don't know if the snake might have posed a threat to passengers had it escaped, as in the upcoming movie "Snakes on a Plane."

Snakes on a Plane.

How can that movie be anything but a blockbuster?

3 Comments:

At 3:49 AM, Blogger camojack said...

Snakes on a plane, yes...I first heard about the concept from my youngest son.

Sounds like an instant cult classic...

 
At 6:20 AM, Blogger Cassandra said...

The man is clearly a monster.

Zzzzzzt. Fry him

 
At 3:43 PM, Anonymous man riding unicycle naked said...

Snakes on planes isn't bad.

Snakes on unicycles is worthy of a holiday weekend release.

 

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