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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Good Morning, News!

Posted by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey on Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 9:29 AM

GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! Oooh, she's a killing machine. She's got everything. Like a moving mouth, body control, and everything. LET'S GO TO PRESS.

Oh, about that truce between Israel and Palestinian militants? Thanks to a bus bombing in Tel Aviv, it looks like Hillary Clinton has her work cut out for her.

The Church of England rejects the appointment of female bishops—thereby driving yet another nail into their own coffin.

With bankruptcy mediation on the brink of failure, the Hostess company looks like it's dunzo. (Naturally they're blaming the strikers for years of mismanagement.)

Tea Party members (remember them?) refuse to believe and accept that Obama won the presidency. They also refuse to believe the earth is round, so big shock, right?

As mentioned yesterday, Kevin Clash (AKA the voice of Elmo) has resigned after a second sexual abuse accuser has come forward. :(

Boxing legend Hector "Macho" Camacho (who beat both Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Duran) was shot in Puerto Rico and remains in critical condition.

An apparent double-murder suicide takes place in a California senior citizens home.

A Boise father defends his son (who beat a zoo monkey to death with a baseball bat), saying the 22-year-old is not "a malicious monkey murderer." That would be funny, except it's so not.

Now here's what's going on in your neck of the woods: Expect on and off showers today, but a DRY TURKEY DAY TOMORROW! (Then a soaking day for Black Friday shoppers. Heh... heh... hehhhhh.)

And finally, here's an animated peek of your average old-school Brooklyn Thanksgiving, narrated by Turkey day curmudgeon, Larry David. (Preeeeetty, preeeetty good story.)

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