140 characters: Just the right amount to consume the news, way too many for your performers to effectively portray in a two-man avant-garde staged version of the Libyan uprisings.
Speaking of complicated yet mildly funny Libya-related activities…
Each Congressional cut is one dollar closer to the American dream of a Moon Bounce… on the Moon.
New York Times, Lunch, Freedom #ThingsThatAreNotFree
People who make radiation jokes are inhuman. Inhuman mutants.
Staying true to his lyrical request in 'We Trying to Stay Alive' that "if you got more than a dollar in your pocket right now, put your hands up," Wyclef inevitably got shot in the hand. Later, he and the other "refugee all-stars" were caught, as promised in the song, "rubba dubbin' in the club".
Of the 42 million people who have watched Rebecca Black's "Friday," am I really the first one to notice her likeness to Quentin Tarantino? Apart from the foot fetish, obviously.
Supermoon?! Operation Moon Bounce keeps looking better and better.
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