12 July 2011

Gonorrhea, Kremlin, Moscow, Bill Maher

These searches dominate the interwebs today. Not mutually exclusive, this bunch is, mind you.

Regarding the first: Gonorrhea strain H041 - going in without my reading glasses, I thought at first it's some new kind of the famous 401K program. Apparently it's about a new strain of the bug, resistant to the class of antibiotics called cephalosporins, commonly used to treat the STD. Can't say I'm unduly worried. Too late for me.

As for Kremlin, which is in Moscow, the news that "Vladimir Putin was sent to Russia by God" is really not a shocker. As far as I understand theology, which is not very far, everything was sent by the above mentioned, including tomatoes, bedbugs, grisly bears and prime ministers. So be it.

So what is left? Oh, Bill Maher, the conspicuous stain on the otherwise healthy and fit body of the media. Why is he so popular today, I really don't know. Don't care, too. So there.


Dick Stanley said...

Puttie is funnier than Maher and STD's are the gifts that keep on giving. They're also a good argument for marriage, which can use all the best arguments it can get.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Puttie is definitely more entertaining.

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