Friday, June 29, 2007

First Entry: ridiculous stories

Drumroll, please....

My First Entry.
Entry Number 1.
The First Entry.
One shall be the number of this entry, and the number of this entry shall be One, for this entry is the first entry. Of all the entries, this entry is the first. For all generations shall this entry be known as the first. To your children, and to your childrens' children, you shall instruct them that this entry was the first entry of all entries in this blog; and your children shall you teach to teach their children, and to teach their children's children, and their children to teach their children and their children's children through all generations, that this entry is the first entry of all entries in this blog.


Entry 1.1
Associated Press has a story today titled,

Candidates Screened for First Face Transplant

CLEVELAND (Sept. 17) - In the next few weeks, five men and seven women will secretly visit the Cleveland Clinic to interview for the chance to have a radical operation that's never been tried anywhere in the world.

Now, isn't that ridiculous -- as if the candidates needed a third?


Entry 1.2
Associated Press has another ridiculous story:

Prison Locked Down After Warden Loses Keys

JACKSONVILLE, Ill. (Sept. 16) - Prisoners at the Jacksonville Correctional Center spent four days on lockdown after an assistant warden lost a set of keys. The set of about ten keys, which was still missing Friday, included a master key that opens doors to cell houses and two prison wings.
I'd like to know, why wasn't the prison already locked? Do they just let the prisoners come and go whenever they want? And if the warden lost his keys, how could they lock the prison? OK, the answer to that one is obvious. But if the warden lost his keys, what good does it do to lock the doors? The idiots need to post extra gaurds and call a locksmith to change the locks!


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