Did you ever wonder how Luke’s mechanical arm actually worked?
The University of Pittsburgh School of Medecin’s resident ninja, Dr. Andrew Schwartz, is furhter down the path than anyone. In a few decades, imagine the shit ninjas will have figured out.
[Note: The dojo ninjas feel bad for the monkey. I’m sure this wasn’t a voluntary procedure … but it’s pretty incredible. Ninjas for Animal Rights, please vent]
Senator Edward Kennedy, it has been reported, has a malignant tumor in his brain. Teddy has been a member of the Senate, representing Massachusetts, since 1962.
I think it’s hard to not associate this with the so very many sad events in the Kennedy family history, of which Ted is patriarch.Â Our thoughts are with you Teddy.
McCain criticizes Obama on being willing to talk to Iran’s leaders and in doing so may got some basic facts wrong.
Ayatollah Khomeni is considered the Supreme Leader of the secular state, and McCain knows that most Americans don’t know that or basic history of Iran.
McCain just keeps offering samples of his ineptitude. Isn’t it really sad that this guy is supported by millions of Americans? Millions , ninjas, millions.
This ninja is considering repatriating.
Wow senator…I’m so glad that you’ve brought us the ‘straight talk express’.
I realize that we see the media in these clips calling BS on specific issues at any given moment – but why aren’t montages like this just being blatantly played on the fake news [fake news = FOX, CNN, MSNBC, etc]? The man is wholly unfit to be our president.
Boy, if this is where he’s placing his chips I can’t wait for November! My ninjas, please!
Seventy-five students at San Diego State University have been arrested on drug and weapons charges in an undercover operation[...]The operation netted more than $100,000 worth of cocaine, marijuana and ecstasy and several weapons, including a shotgun and four handguns.
Apparrrrrently the school had a pretty organized drug operation running out of the frat houses … brah.
Now, if the University sent in some ninjas, we could have rounded up a lot more than the measly hundred Gs worth of contraband. And it might have vanished without a trace.
World Youth Day 2008, in Sydney, Australia has a little something special planned for it’s expected 200,000 attendees. They are all so going to get, like, inspirational text messages from the Pope!
Wacky, right? Who would have thought Catholics would embrace technology ad majorem dei gloriam? And especially with a Papacy saying, “Worship God, not technology.”
Doesn’t want to listen to economists? As if they’re the problem – not ignorant politicians who are more concerned with ‘winning’ and power than actually doing their job…
Didn’t this fool go to Wellesley?