Go black hole
“Sports Illustrated” says that ultramarathon legend Dean Karnazes “has been known, during exceptionally long competitions, to eat a pizza and even to fall asleep while he runs.’’ As a result Karnazes was named an honorary Oakland Raider.
A medical study claims that too much testosterone can kill brain cells. Or something like that, I couldn’t really understand it.
So to speak
Vice Detectives in Tampa Bay were investigating a strip club for dancers illegally getting naked during lap dances. They spent $6,400 for 92 lap dances. But don’t worry, they’ve got their hands on a firm lead.
That should work
The Senate has passed a bill to build a 700 mile fence on our 2,000 mile border. After that the Senate plan to end global warming by telling Eva Langoria to stop being so darn hot.
Denying that he plans to run for office, George Clooney said the only thing he is going to run for has two legs and a skirt. To which Bill Clinton said; “So you are going to run for President?”
The study if full of it
A new study claims that the one thing men find most attractive in women is their sense of humor. Yeah, that’s why so many guys have the hot’s for “The View’s” Joy Behar.
So true, those Victoria swimsuit models have just tremendous wits.
Paris Hilton was officially charged with a D.U.I. Her blood alcohol level was .08. To show how high that is, Paris actually had more alcohol in her system than she had sperm and Red Bull.
Not all that abnormal
The NBC show “Heroes” is doing really well. It’s about normal people who discover they have abnormal powers. Not all the people with abnormal powers made the show. Like the guy whose power was being able to know Kirsty Alley’s current weight.
Like the guy whose power is he can translate what President Bush says into English.
Count him out
Another guy has claimed he is the father of Anna Nicole Smith’s baby. In fact, the only guy who hasn’t claimed to be Anna Nicole’s baby’s father? Lance Bass.
A sure best seller
The Madden Curse strikes again. For the fifth year in a row, the player on the cover of the video game “Madden NFL”, this time, Shaun Alexander, has been injured. The good
news? Next year the cover of “Madden NFL 2007”? Osama bin Laden.
A sure thing
A Pennsylvania adult T-ball baseball coach was convicted of paying one his eight-year-old players $25 to throw a ball at the head of their eight-year-old mentally challenged teammate to injure him and get him out of a game. In addition, the guy was sentenced to say hello to Ken Lay when he goes to hell.
Not clear on the concept
A medical study claims that too much testosterone can kill brain cells. When asked to comment, positive testosterone testing cyclist Floyd Landis, said “Duh, huh?”