Monday morning talkers: Weiner's tale unraveling further

June 06, 2011

On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation.


It's looking worse and worse: Rep. Anthony Weiner's tale unraveling (The Daily) 

Wait, Sarah Palin's not a history professor? Palin fans trying desperately to edit Paul Revere's Wikipedia page. (LGF) 

I hope this doesn't ruin one of my favorite movies: Palin movie tells story reminiscent of 'Rocky' (Bloomberg) 

Shorting America? China divests from U.S. treasury bills (CNS News) 

Oh, free speech, what a silly concept: France bans the words 'Twitter,' 'Facebook,' from news broadcasts (Daily Mail) 

Aren't pennies still U.S. currency? Man cited after paying bill with 2,500 pennies. (Deseret News) 

It wasn't just to sound smarter: Woman develops foreign accent after surgery. (AP) 

That's what happens when you're consistently funny: Jon Stewart's ratings higher than most Fox News shows (except for O'Reilly) (Daily Mail) 

• Stupid law alert: Nice people arrested for feeding the homeless (Orlando Sentinel) 


Just awesome: "George Lucas Strikes Back" trailer 

Rand and Christian conservatives have always been a strange alliance: GOP fans of Ayn Rand criticized in new ad 

Just terrible: 11 nonviolent Palestinian protesters killed by Israeli soldiers 

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