Thursday, June 30, 2011

In the News Today

Iran is preparing for the September launch of it's orbital spacecraft which will carry a monkey in to orbit. Congratulations Iran welcome to the 60's but do yourself a favor and pass on the bellbottoms they never were a good idea in the first place.

Apparently I'm not the only one who like to haves little fun with the mundane and does ordinary things with an eye toward the humor they may uncover. This Michigan man gets a tip of the hat for finding the humor in a parking ticket.

Michael Bay's new film has Transformers: Dark of the Moon is poised to once again prove that sometimes it's better to look good than be good; especially in Hollywood, but maybe the real art here isn't in production of the film but in playing your audience so well that you can get away with three absolutely outstanding examples of mediocrity. And hey who isn't a sucker for giant robots and a plot just barely held together by glue formed from the blood... oil... or whatever it is giant robots bleed that's been spilled in the fight scenes which comprise the bulk of these films. I know I am. No really I'll totally be going to see this movie.

And last but not least former would be apprentice to Donald Trump, and one time governor of Illinois, Rod Blagojevich was found guilty of 17 of the 20 counts of corruption for which he was on trial. The success of the prosecution's argument hinged largely on overwhelming and incontrovertible evidence that Mr. Blagojevich was in fact a politician.

And that's the news for today folks. Stay tuned to channel EMLB 84 your station for plain old ordinary news,

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