Thursday, November 16, 2006

U.S. military commander in the Middle East warns against a pullout from Iraq in the next six months and says adding more U.S. troops for the long-term isn’t possible. New York Times

State Dept. official says the U.S. won’t talk to Syria about Iraq, but could talk to Iran. Guardian Blair says Israeli-Palestinian peace is key to quelling violence in Iraq. BBC

Trent Lott returns to the Republican leadership in the Senate. He’s recently been a big critic of President Bush. Bloomberg

Delta and Atlanta weigh-in on US Airways’ hostile bid which would make the combined company America’s largest airline. Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Wide-body airliner: The latest iPod accessory. (Melbourne) Age

The PS3 goes on sale tomorrow in North America. They’re rare - only 400,000 were made - and they’re not cheap.. $600 “for the one you want.” But, it could be “the perfect computing system.” Newsweek You might have trouble playing some PS1 or PS2 games on the new system. BBC

Shake your martini and rack your Walther PPK. James Bond is back in theatres tomorrow. Here’s the trailer. This “James Blond” is actually getting good reviews. Entertainment Weekly But not everyone is impressed. (London) Times

What Do You Think? Are you over OJ Simpson? He’s not over himself. Before you head home for Thanksgiving, you can watch him tell “If I Did It, Here’s How It happened.” No joke. Are you going to check it out? Fox thinks it’s going to have a lot of viewers for the two-part interview. Why are people still fascinated by him? Let us know at Joe.

Beer ads are unbelievable. A party would never end - or begin - like this, especially after the way this guy clearly kicked ass at Karaoke. At least this beer ad admits it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

you know what I think it is? this may sound kind of sick but I think it's because he and Nicole were both really good looking. if they were ugly no one would really care that much. ie Robert Blake and that woman whose name I can't remember.

November 16, 2006 1:16 PM  
Blogger Jonh Neo said...

Hey Joe, Happy merry christmas.
see you soon, Joe

December 16, 2006 1:17 PM  

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