by RILEY MILLER
Black President and all, the US looks to boycott a UN conference on racism.
Hugo Chavez “couldn’t care less if he meets this Obama of there’s.” And as to human rights, countries should mind their own business. But his cartels will be pretty angry about all five tons of their Venezalian coke, worth nearly $500 million, getting seized this week.
China’s richest man’s monolith was scaled by a Frenchman who says the world will end in 100 months.
The “Slumdog” kids actually were plucked up slum dogs.
In an interesting and Indian-angry contrast, Ghandi’s possessions were sold for $1.8 million to the guy who makes Kingfisher beer.
Obama even used a teleprompter to speak to a Caterpillar plant in Peoria, Illinois.
Need some oomph to your Yoko-harpeeing, get a Masters in “The Beatles” from the University of Liverpool.
A one-eyed Canadian documentary film maker about to receive a prosthetic eye camera wants to make sure everyone knows he plans to shut it off when he goes into the locker room.
A four year old boy won a Taiwanese island in a lottery.
Des Moines, Iowa isn’t allowed to use the acronym DOA for their Department of Elder Affairs.
Cha Sassoon, for the 774th time in the last 4 years, and at $8 a try, flunked the driving test.
The president of the Bolivia’s Bowling Federation wants to bring up an entire generation of two-handed tossers.
Who’s the ill-est god around? North Korea’s Kim Jong-il is smoking again on state television, six months after a stroke.
This has been a month or so in review with Ethos R. Newsworthy