airplane and moon
This page has some really nice photos, although I’ve seen a lot of them before. When I first saw this one above I swore it was fake, but apparently Mark Garfinkel of The Boston Herald has quite an eye…

Gore Endorses Dean – Or Does He?

According to The Borowitz Report, the Supreme Court has overturned Al Gore’s recent endorsement of presidential candidate Howard Dean by a 5-4 margin. This will no doubt come as a devastating setback to Dean’s campaign, as the recent endorsement was seen as “substantially deepening Dean’s fast-developing drive for dominance in the nine-candidate field of would-be challengers” to W. Let’s see how long it takes for Beijing to carry this story… 😛

Update: Perhaps even funnier is the next day’s entry, which is entitled “Lieberman’s Wife Endorses Dean.” Hilarious…

Best of 2003 Lists features a 2003 Year In Review page chock full of “Best 0f 2003” lists. Keep an eye on this site, as the author plans on updating with the inevitable lists that are sure to crop up as the end of the year approaches.

Ooh, Senator Kerry Used The “F” Word!

In a recent Rolling Stone interview, Senator Kerry was fairly frank in his criticism of W’s handling of the Iraq war:

Rolling Stone: Did you feel you were blindsided by Dean’s success?

Sen. Kerry: Well, not blindsided. I mean, when I voted for the war, I voted for what I thought was best for the country. Did I expect Howard Dean to go off to the left and say, “I’m against everything”? Sure. Did I expect George Bush to fuck it up as badly as he did? I don’t think anybody did.

I’m obviously not against anybody criticizing W ;-), but I’m pretty surprised that Senator Kerry was such a pottymouth. Guess he was trying to establish his street cred with the Rolling Stone readers. Or something.

Oh say can you see…

…the people of Baltimore singing the “The Star-Spangled Banner” with out the “O!”? If the city chose to enforce its 88 year old law, that “O!” at Camden Yards could cost you $100! The Baltimore Sun brings us the details of how you can avoid criminal charges when singing Baltimore’s most important contribution to nationalism.