Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Tor's News Nuggets: 7/7/09

An Arizona Senator made a pitch to allow uranium mining north of the Grand Canyon stating that the Earth has been around for "6000 years" and, therefore, the mining won't hurt it. She has no concept of time. This is probably why she agreed to serve a 9 minute term.

Sarah Palin is saying, "I am not a quitter; I am a fighter," in regards to her leaving the post of Alaskan Governor. She also stated she's "a beloved citizen, a staunch Pro-choice activist, and a father of two moon babies" to finish up her Opposite Day Address.

Authorities are reporting they had to remove 42 tons of trash from a homeowner's property. It's really unfortunate that the Neverland Ranch auction wasn't more successful.

Michael Jackson's body will actually make an appearance at his Memorial which makes it different from the last 15 years of our lives.

Four people were injured during the famous running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain. The bulls will try to do a better job next year.

Microsoft is warning of a new security hole in Internet Explorer that will make it even easier for hackers to gain access to your PC. "This is a great opportunity for me," said Joe Clemens, the world's worst hacker.

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