03/28/2004 - 04/04/2004
Today we got our satellite TV installed. We've now got 800 channels, but I suspect my parents will still watch the same six shows.
It seems like the political situation in Pakistan could get worse before it gets better. The son of Benazir Bhutto, who was assassinated on December 27, is a 19 year old student at Oxford University. His name is Bilawal Bhutto. In is now the joint leader of his mother's Pakistan People's Party. Where do you suppose the mainstream media turned when they needed reliable information about the new leader? Why to Facebook, of course. Unfortunately the two accounts that seemed to belong to Mr. Bhutto were hoaxes and the MSM was fooled. FACT CHECK PEOPLE! The 'INTERWEBNET' is NOT a reliable source of information.
But not all arab drivers are suicidal extremists. Some just wanna drift. Aaaah yee-aah
I reached into the freezer today and pulled out a bag of frozen meatballs and discovered that they were from IKEA. When did IKEA become a food retailer? I guess IKEA and meatballs make sense, they're both from Sweden.
When my dad got home from grocery shopping he was excited to show me PC potatoe chips in 'General Tao's Chicken' and 'Szechwan' flavours. Weird. On the PC website, 24 people have written reviews of the Szechwan chips.