Saturday, December 12, 2009

The Epic Showdown Between Sarah Palin And William Shatner On The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien

The latest weird news from around the globe....

*If you missed the epic showdown between Sarah Palin and William Shatner on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien the other night, you can watch it here.

*A 20 minute fan film based on the Star Wars franchise called Broken Allegiance that only cost about 5,000 dollars to make has been watched over a million times.

*The Tiger Woods saga just gets stranger and more bizarre with each passing day.

*Some of the weird new H1N1 swine flu vaccine production methods being developed include using dog cells to grow the vaccine, using genetically engineered E.coli bacteria to grow the vaccine, and inserting genetically engineered flu genes into a worm virus - which then infects cells from caterpillar ovaries.

*Shocking photographs have been revealed that prove that Barack Obama knew the "White House party crashers" Tareq Salahi and Michaele Salahi long before he was elected president.

*Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad claims that the United States is involved in a conspiracy to block the return of "the Mahdi".

*Did you know that many initiates into Freemasonry have to take a really weird oath known as "The Oath of Nimrod"?

*Some environmentalists are now saying that in order to save the earth we need to kill off everybody.

*A lion, a tiger and a bear have formed one of the weirdest friendships in the world.

*Did a stargate appear in the skies above Norway on December 9th or was in just a failed Russian missile test?

*One woman in the U.K. awoke to find a demon at the end of her bed, but health authorities there are assuring her that it is just "sleep paralysis" that she is experiencing.

*93 percent of soybeans and 80 percent of corn in the U.S. now grow from seeds genetically altered according to Monsanto company patents.

*Going to Brazil? Police in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo have killed more than 11,000 people in the past six years.

*It turns out that the United States leads the world in one very weird statistical category - crime.

*Finally, 18 percent of Americans say that they have either seen or have been in the presence of a ghost.


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