Since Nelson Mandela’s death six days ago, the former South African president has been lauded and eulogized innumerable times. But no words of praise were as memorable as those communicated to deaf and hearing-impaired listeners in TV land by one Thamsanqa Jantjie, who explained that the fallen leader was baby fires fall up to deer with horse in pocket.
Ordered by an Australian children’s court to use the pseudonym of the Colt family to protect the identification of the children, a band of very closely related family members have been discovered living in the rugged hills of Southeastern Australia, Aussie authorities told News Corp Australia and The Daily Mail (of London, England) on Nov. 11, 2013.
Oh, yes he di’id!
As just about the entire Western World already knows by now, Barack Obama’s public appearance at the tribute to South Africa’s Nelson Mandela included a well photographed selfie-session with Denmark’s leggy leader.
If facial expressions are any indication of what thoughts may be swirling in one’s mind, Mr. Obama’s happy-happy moments with Madame Prime Minister were much to the apparent chagrin of First Lady Michelle Obama, as reported by Fox News on Dec. 11, 2013.
“The drug that eats junkies…”
A 17-year-old girl in the Mexican resort city of Puerto Vallarta has been discovered by local medical authorities addicted to the particularly gruesome drug Krokodil, as reported by Breitbart.com on Dec. 10, 2013.
With her name not released to the public, the anonymous girl reportedly shocked Mexican doctors when they examined her and found she had been injecting Krokodil on and into her vagina.
What many in the Western media have billed as the world’s the biggest funeral since the death of Winston Churchill hasn’t exactly started out that way, as reported by The Washington Times on Dec. 10, 2013.
Both in Great Britain and the United States have major news organizations gushed at the predicted outpouring of sheer numbers at the commemorations for Mandela.
Crossing all racial, cultural, and national borders is the frustration understood by men worldwide and experienced in most visceral form by a 38-year-old man in the Chinese coastal city of Suzhou who just couldn’t take it anymore.
According to witnesses the 38-year-old man leaped the equivalent seven stories to his death after repeatedly begging his girlfriend to just … stop … shopping.
Rating right up there with safety warnings of remove child before folding stroller closed, and always avoid picking up chainsaw by the wrong end, is an admonition by a church group in Great Britain planning a Nativity play for the public but first must ensure that the actress portraying the Blessed Virgin Mary dons a crash helmet in case she falls off her donkey, as reported by both Metro.co.uk (of London, England) on Dec. 8, 2013, and News Corp Australia on Dec. 10, 2013 (Australia is one day ahead of the United States).
One of the few survivors still alive from the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor found himself one of two passengers thrown off his flight to attend the Honolulu memorial service citing the anniversary of the sneak attack, as reported by Fox59.com of Indianapolis. To add insult to injury, the other passenger bounced was reportedly confined to a wheelchair.
Unfortunately for the human race, we as a species sometimes resurrect certain things that were best left to remain moldering in the grave. Namely, the word groovy, hippie-wannabes flashing the peace sign, and anyone wearing anything tie-dyed.
Sadly, the mullet is one of those cultural mistakes that’s making a comeback.
Perhaps proving that wholesomeness still can win out over the outrageous, NBC’s live telecast of The Sound of Music crushed ABC’s questionable pairing of the Muppets with the sexually ambiguous train wreck that is Lady Gaga, as reported by Breitbart.com on Dec. 6, 2013.
NBC took a huge risk this past Thanksgiving evening by airing its first live broadcast of a Broadway production in 50 years… and also by casting in the lead role a non-actress Country & Western singer who knew there were no second chances during the mini-marathon three-hour telecast.
Despite once heading up the military wing of the Communist-dominated African National Congress, Nelson Mandela isn’t merely being honored as a former leader. Many in the western media rather are drawing comparisons between the late South African politician and Jesus Christ, as reported by PewSitter.com.
An unaccredited editorial appearing in an advanced release of the Dec. 7, 2013 edition of The Baltimore Sun states:
Few political leaders who have walked the earth inspire comparisons to Jesus Christ and the love he held for mankind.
Despite the worldwide media’s eulogizing of the late South African President Nelson Mandela, a handful of media organs are bringing to light that the former Central Committee member of the South African Communist Party supported what is arguably the most liberal abortion legislation on the globe.
The Catholic-centered news portal Rorate Caeli via the news aggregate PewSitter.com report that Mandela signed into law the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act of 1996, which in its preamble states ironically that it recognizes: