Daily Archives: July 23, 2002

ESPN.com: MLB – Yankees deny charge that players f…

ESPN.com: MLB – Yankees deny charge that players fixed ’70s games

I instantly believe the mobster who says they did, because I hate the Yankees a lot more than any mere ruthless criminal.

CNNSI.com – Horse Racing – Prince Ahmed’s cousin k…

CNNSI.com – Horse Racing – Prince Ahmed’s cousin killed en route to funeral

I would say that I’m not sorry about this one either, but I’m tired of being called a racist. I will just point out that this dead aristocrat (the only good aristocrat is… No! Stop it!) was driving like a maniac when he had an auto accident. There was “another car involved” but the story doesn’t say how; I expect that if that person didn’t die in the accident he was probably taken out and shot. I say “he” because it was Saudi Arabia, where women can’t drive, but maybe I’m being racist for pointing that out, too. I don’t know.

Ananova – Priest mauled to death by pig in well …

Ananova – Priest mauled to death by pig in well

Uh… A (Christian) priest in India was attacked by a wild pig. He jumped in an old well to escape, but the pig jumped in after him. This is probably symbolic of something.

CNN.com – Scientist: Sun composed mostly of iron -…

CNN.com – Scientist: Sun composed mostly of iron – July 23, 2002

I think this “Scientist” — who thinks that the Sun is a supernova remnant instead of a normal main sequence star — needs to start taking his prescription medication.

AP Wire | 07/23/2002 | Cheney visits nuclear sub …

AP Wire | 07/23/2002 | Cheney visits nuclear sub

I have to wonder if that’s wise for someone with a defibrillator in his chest. I assume they know what they’re doing.

USATODAY.com – Florida divers pay to swim with the…

USATODAY.com – Florida divers pay to swim with the sharks

Why? Because they’re stupid. These are the same people who pay to walk on burning coals, I bet.

CBS News | Lawsuits Multiply As Animals Die | July…

CBS News | Lawsuits Multiply As Animals Die | July 23, 2002 14:40:01

No matter how, as long as the animals die, the Bush Administration is happy.