Presidential "candidate" Mitt Romney said that just like President Obama, he also would have ordered the raid on bin Laden's compound last year. But he would have ordered it from China.
A woman was just rescued in Utah after spending four days stranded in the desert. Or as the rest of us call it, "being in Utah."
Clive Palmer, an Australian billionaire, is now building and plans to sail a ship called "Titanic II" from London to New York. James Cameron responded to the news by saying "I love sequels!"
The Macmillan Cancer Support charity in England says that not enough women are using sunscreen. It also kindly offered to help women apply the sunscreen. And, you know, maybe get a drink afterward?
United States armed forces are joining the hunt for African mega-bastard Joseph Kony. Has anyone checked Pakistan?
The HDNet channel is launching a reality show about the women at a legal brothel in Nevada. Hmm. Television program about legally-sanctioned prostitutes? Didn't that used to be called C-SPAN?
In Murfreesboro, Tennessee, a trial is underway to prevent the construction of a mosque in the town on the grounds that the Imams might start teaching evolution.
And finally, Microsoft just bought a sizable stake in Barnes and Noble's Nook device, so look out for them to stop working any time now.
That's it! But since you've been so good, enjoy this May Day goodness:
"May Queen," by Liz Phair. Not related to Brian May of Queen.
Hey, how about the Haymarket riots?