And his left blinker will always be on. — 8 Comments

  1. In the South African trial of Oscar Pistorius (blade-runner), some folks wonder what evidence the court will try to “spring” on the world-famous runner.

  2. Pope Francis said, ‘When love fails, and it fails many times, we have to feel the pain of that failure, accompany the people who have felt the failure of their love.’ What he really means is, it’s easier to hook up with a chick who’s on the rebound.

  3. People are leaving trash on Mt. Everest. There’s a commercial running in Nepal showing a Yeti with a tear running down his cheek.

  4. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, on travel to Kiev, met Tuesday with the newly-elected Ukrainian Prime Minister, Arseniy Yatseniuk. Before he traveled to Kiev, Kerry consulted with John Travolta on how to pronounce the prime minister’s name.

  5. The NY Times published a correction for misspelling the name of Solomon Northup, the man whose memoir was the basis for “12 Years a Slave. The article in question ran on January 20, 1853. So was the mistake discovered after Larry King found he had kept a copy of the paper?

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