Foreign Policy

AP World News Feed Bummer

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This changes all the time, but here's the current slate of stories at the AP feed on the Cincinnati Enquirer's world headlines slot:

Sounds like it's going to be a bee-yoo-tiful week. Hmm, maybe Hawking wasn't all wrong after all…

NEXT: Stephen Hawking To Escape Gravity

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  1. So, the end times are upon us so soon after environemntal festivus?

    Perhaps a Holy Hand Grenade will bring it all over the edge.

  2. “Somalia’s prime minister claimed victory Thursday over Islamic insurgents in Mogadishu, where nine days of battles using tanks and artillery left hundreds dead.”

    …after stepping out of a crop duster that landed at an airstrip outside of Mogadishu.

    Katie Al-beirne, a writer for Somalia Review, stated that the Prime Minister looked like “a fighter jock” in his flight suit, and predicted that footage of the speech would appear in commercials during the next parliamentary elections.

  3. 2 days now, and Reason has no mention of the arrest of Captain America for groping with a burrito and weed stuffed down his pants?

  4. “Let’s be real about this and realistic about this. The idea that somehow 10 interceptors and a few radars in Eastern Europe are going to threaten the Soviet strategic deterrent is purely ludicrous and everybody knows it,”

  5. You know, if they are time-traveling missiles that can go back to 1992 and beyond, they might actually be a threat to the Soviet deterrent.

    😛

  6. You know, if they are time-traveling missiles that can go back to 1992 and beyond, they might actually be a threat to the Soviet deterrent.

    Quit bringing up stuff I am not allowed to talk about!

  7. Why is Nick Gillespie suddenly so glum about the violence and xenophobia in the world? I’ve always admired Reason‘s editors for their worldly wisdom-and their optimism in spite of it. Tsk tsk.

  8. [singing]
    They are ritoing in Africa
    tra la la la la la
    And starving in Spain
    la la la la la la
    There are hurricanes in Florida
    te he he he he he

    [/singing]

  9. VM, do you like the Kingston Trio?

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