Bush ditches Rummy; Escalators have had enough; Mats is Lost.
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Bush ditches Rummy; Escalators have had enough; Mats is Lost.

2006_11_09rummy.bmpIt was only a few days ago that (now former) Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was given the support of the President. But now, the day after the Republicans were sent packing in the House of Representatives and (it looks like) the Senate, Rummy is packing his bags as well.
While the Americans are in a fine mess in Iraq, according to a new CBC survey it now seems more Canadians think we’re in a mess in Afghanistan, too.
Yesterday, another man was charged in the Boxing Day murder of Jane Creba.
Oh my God! The escalators are rising up against us. Everyone run! Hide! Save yourselves! I, for one, welcome our new mechanical overlords, and remind them they will need a blogger for their websites as they force the rest of society to toil away in subterranean mines, harvesting resources for their war on the elevators.
Briefly: Toronto tried to set the world record for the longest single line of dancers this morning on Front St. Maple Leafs captain Mats Sundin is out of commission for the next three to four weeks. The Raptors win in a nail biter. I have to say, Chris Bosh nailing that three pointer had me jumping on my couch. And finally, Lost is off the air until February. At least it went out with a fantastic episode.