I have to say, your answers to yesterday's completely scientific psychological profile questionnaire made my heart sing. I feel much better being on your good sides.
In the spirit of sharing, I'll let you know that:
1. I pee. In the lake. Sometimes in the pool. I'm SORRY. I have to go.
2. BUTTER. Or Caramel.
3. I know I shouldn't, but I do find myself wishing ill upon people. And then immediately trying to take it back, because, you know, I don't want karma to kick my ass.
4. Right now, that would be Come on Irene. I HATE THAT SONG.
5. Diet Coke. How I miss you.
And now, on to the news of the week:
Anthony Weiner finally copped to showing his junk. And then held a tearful press conference where, to his credit, he did NOT make his wife stand by his side. I have to say, I'm no fan of uninvited pictures of people's privates, but as a scandal, this seems pretty tame. He didn't have sex with his twitter gals, there's no surprise 15 year old kid, and there are no diapers involved [honest to god, Louisianna, David Fucking Vitter RE-ELECTED? I get Laissez les bon temps rouler, but COME ON.].
Something weird is happening in Australia - the entire country is BOOZING LESS. Yes, evidently drinking levels are at a 62 year low. What's up, Australia? Did you ALL hit rock bottom at the same time? Is is Ramadan? Or Lent? Or is everyone doing some GP approved cleanse? WHAT IS GOING ON? Australia + Drunkeness = Match Made in Heaven!
In Montreal, people were injured in a protest of a police shooting. Huh. Anti-violence protesters went to the site where two people, one an innocent bystander, were killed. And then they went nuts and started smashing windows and overturned an outdoor portable toilet [eeewww. Why are you touching that, protesters?]. Go figure. Canada is becoming Americanized.
In Argentina, an ash cloud from the Puyehue volcano is covering much of the country. And Argentina's president said, yeah, the problems are just going to be psychological. No worries. Just like how in Japan, it's now been ascertained that the radiation levels in Fukushima were misstated. As being half as high as what they actually were. Um. I'm pretty sure that anytime anything bad happens, you shouldn't listen to the people in charge. They're going to lie to you. I mean, I'm no scientist, but even I know inhaling ash or a reactor exploding is probably not good for you.
And speaking of scientists: Scientists trap anti-matter! HOW FUCKING AWESOME! We can now kind of almost make the world implode! SCORE!
What have you got for me, my lovelies? What's new? What did I miss?