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Have you heard the radio ads that tout a method for getting a choice of approximately 500 American radio stations?   (Define "a hall of mirrors.")   Should the ever narrowing window of opportunity for access to foreign news sources be compared to Hitler's edict that proclaimed that listening to foreign radio stations had become a capital offense?

What would be so bad about listening to Sky Rock from Paris, Triple J from Australia, or (if it still exists) Radio Caroline?

Wasn't there a book a while back in the USA, with the cryptic title:   "Ladies and Gentlemen; this way to the showers!"?   What was that supposed to mean?

At the World's Laziest Journalist's Headquarters we thought we saw a mention on the Internets (and a story in last Sunday's edition of the New York Times) about some newsmen getting arrested in Great Britain because of a hacking scandal investigation.   Did we just imagine that?

Before Dubya sent American troops off to Afghanistan and Iraq, the American Free Press ran "we don't want another Vietnam" essays on their Op Ed pages.   Now as America prepares to use the principles established at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials outlining the necessary condition for permitting a preemptive strike, the lefties in the press realize that such divisive diversions are counter-productive and seem to have given up that lame attempt at circulation building stunt journalism.  

If Rupert Murdoch tells the journalists to jump, they must jump and ask "How high?" on the way up.

America established the principle of war for humanitarian reasons before authorizing drone attacks on Libya.   This week the need to send drones attacks against Syria as a means of protecting that country's citizens from a bloodthirsty national leader is becoming abundantly clear thanks to the fair and balance new coverage being provided by America's Free Press.

Weren't the trend spotting reporters in American Journalism right on top of the "Linsanity" phenomenon this week?   We may have to personally direct the Pulitzer Prize selection committee's attention to some of the best of the lot.

Not all the work done at the Amalgamated Conspiracy Theory Factory is devoted to deep dark secret government plots against its own citizens.   One of the Factory's midlevel management team, earlier this week, dug out an old item from long ago when he was only a summer intern there.  

According to his theory; if you take the segment of Madonna's "Truth or Dare" documentary film where she ridiculed actor Kevin Costner and speculate that that incident must have occurred just about the time he (as Executive Producer for the film project called "The Bodyguard") was making assessment about who should be given the role of the female singing sensation (what is type casting?); you just might come up with some speculation about how Whitney Houston's big career boost was   directly attributable to some rudeness delivered by Madonna.   (Didn't Madonna used to have some aspirations for an acting career to augment her musical achievements?)

This week Tony Bennett was given the key to the city in a ceremony at San Francisco City Hall.   Some pre-event publicity indicated that part of the program would include the honoree singing "I Left My Heart in San Francisco."   He didn't.   

The Occupy Cal rebel encampment on Sproul Plaza was moved to another area of the campus late this week.   (Note:   On Friday morning, it was being reported by an Occupy Potester that the encampment on the steps of Doe Library had been removed.   A Google News search was inconclusive.)

On Thursday, we saw news reports that stated that a brokered Republican Convention might be offered the choice of JEB Bush or Sarah Palin to function as a "tie-breaker."  

(How many Democrats will be dumb enough to believe that the Republican Party is ready to name a beauty contest winner as commander-in-chief of the American military?   {This is what mystery fans call "a red herring."})  

There is a bit of folk wisdom in Hollywood that advises script writers to leave some "wiggle room" at the conclusion of a horror film, so that the monster can return in a sequel.  

Wasn't there a bunch of news reports about the Bush Dynasty being as extinct as the dinosaurs when George W. Bush's term in office was concluded?   Is Karl Rove going to pull an astonishing sequel scenario out of a hat this summer just as if American politics were as predictable as a Wes Craven movie sequel?

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BP graduated from college in the mid sixties (at the bottom of the class?) He told his draft board that Vietnam could be won without his participation. He is still appologizing for that mistake. He received his fist photo lesson from a future (more...)
 
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