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PEOPLE
Bush Writing Book
Titled Profiles in Obstinacy, it's a collection of profiles of “Americans who never wavered, never doubted, never questioned.”
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Rock Legends The Who to Tour Again
When, where, how and why to be announced.
Cable Companies Agree to Offer Family-Friendly Tiers of Programming
So, if you just just want sex, violence and crude language you can drop all the other crap without having to pay for it.
 
BUSINESS
Pepsico Now Bigger than Coca-Cola
Coke mulls return to original formula with cocaine.
 
NEW PRODUCTS
Nissan Introduces Car Equipped With Xbox 360
Or, Xbox 360 introduces game equipped with car.
LAW
New Laws for 2006
The following are now in effect:
In Virginia, wiretapping without a note from someone over 18 is illegal.
In New York City, Rolex watches selling for less than $10 are required to have an hour hand.
In Texas, inmates facing execution will be limited to one side dish for their last meal.
In Detroit, the penalty for driving a car that's well-made, reliable and gets good mileage (i.e., foreign) is losing your job.
In Los Angeles, all cosmetic surgery clinics must be open 24 hours to avoid disrupting traffic flow.
In Washington, D.C., knowingly leading the country into an unprovoked war on false pretenses is punishable by a wink and a nod.
 
HEALTH / MEDICINE
Latest Study of Alcohol, Diabetes
Gives Older Women Another
Reason to Drink

As if they needed any.

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