Read These Now or I Will Implode

Adultery makes the world go round. Gov. Paterson admits to affair. So does his wife. (NY Daily)

The Dalai Lama threatened Tuesday to step down as leader of Tibet's government-in-exile if violence committed by Tibetans in his homeland spirals out of control. (AP)

Facing strong opposition, Florida Democrats abandoned plans to hold a do-over presidential primary with a mail-in vote and threw the delegate dispute into the lap of the national party. (AP)

Obama will give a speech about race and religion this morning. Personally, instead of hearing another stirring or exculpatory speech, I say put Hillary and Obama on Montel. Maybe Sylvia Brown can explain. (NY)

And oh bully! Hillary and Elton:One Night Only. I have never been a fan of Elton John and there will probably be another damn version of "Candle in the Wind" for Hillary this time or endless playing of "I'm Still Standing." UGH!(AFP)

John McCain is still spouting his delusional optimism. (Independent)

All of these candidates are currently serving in the Senate. Instead of talking about how horrid the economy is, how about they start implementing their plans for recovery NOW. Wouldn't that be shocking if they did the jobs they were elected to do! But oh no... only a President can fix things, not Congress. UGH!

Yet another report that glaciers are melting faster than thought.

Would someone make the word BLING go away! Dandies on the world stage ... the rise of presidential bling.

Hovercraft racing. (PM)

Bisexuality -- What’s in a Name?

I need some CuteOverload as I am in a foul mood this morning.

Or perhaps a shirtless pic of Captain Jack.

Captain Jack


That's better!

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