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    WEAKLY HUMERUS NEWS 05-30-09 AIMED AT YOUR FUNNY BONE TOP QUOTES OF THE WEEK There are some people who are saying that maybe Dick Cheney is setting himself up
    Message 1 of 1 , May 31 9:21 AM
      WEAKLY HUMERUS NEWS 05-30-09


      There are some people who are saying that maybe Dick Cheney is setting
      himself up to actually run for president. You know, it makes sense.
      Republicans are looking for fresh blood, and Cheney just had some
      yesterday. (Bill Maher)

      We had another earthquake the other night. You know, California is the
      only state where you don't know what is going to bounce first, the
      ground from the earthquake or your check from the state government.
      (Jay Leno)

      Republicans will ask what Sonia Sotomayor wants done about Roe Versus
      Wade expecting her to say, "Any which way they can get across the
      border, row or wade? " (Gil Stern)

      Somehow Michael Phelps seems to have developed a pot belly. (Jeff

      Okay, which will close first –Guantanamo or GM? (Gil Stern)

      The latest rumor is that Alex Rodriguez was making out in a New York
      club with Kate Hudson. It looks like A-Rod is trying to pull a Capt
      “Sully” Sullenberger: get lucky and land on the Hudson. (Alex Kaseberg)

      Good thing it wasn't October, or A-Rod wouldn't get to first base.
      (Cam Hutchinson)

      This week, a woman in Texas admitted she cheated with a guy so soon
      after having sex with her husband that she had twins by two different
      fathers. And all I can say is, "Damn, that John Edwards is
      good!" (Bill Moher)

      Helio Castroneves breezing to victory in Sunday's Indy 500 was hardly
      even taxed. (Gary Loewen)

      A report says that U.S. students are lagging in biosciences. That's
      hard to believe when we have so many teachers who will go the extra
      distance to teach their students about biology first hand. (Jim Barach)

      A teenager from Germany who auctioned her virginity on the internet
      for $14,000. was notified she must pay half in taxes. Apparently in
      Germany virginity goes for fifty cents on the dollar. (Bill Williams)

      Cheney again spoke on TV. What is it about vice presidents that makes
      'em talk too much? Don't ask Joe Biden, he'll tell us over and over
      again! (Gil Stern)

      When Dick Cheney was vice president, he didn't say two words, now he
      can't shut up, he's talking more after being vice president. Can you
      imagine if this happens to Joe Biden? We'd have to shoot him. (Alex

      Wayne Allwine, who was the voice of Mickey Mouse since 1977 has died
      at 62. Apparently the role will be taken over by Manny Ramirez, which
      explains all the female hormones he was caught taking. (Jim Barach)

      California lawmakers proposed adding a two-dollar tax on cigarettes
      Tuesday. The U. S. may add three dollars a pack. Cigarettes are so
      valuable that pretty soon people will be using dollars for currency
      inside prisons and cigarettes for currency outside. (Argus Hamilton)


      President Obama has picked Federal judge Sonia Sotomayor as the
      Supreme Court nominee. So that means the Supreme Court will have seven
      men and two women. Like speed dating night at the Burbank Holiday Inn.
      (Jay Leno)

      History was made today when President Obama nominated Judge Sonia
      Sotomayor as the first female Hispanic justice to serve in the U. S.
      Supreme court. Obama said this should help keep the court from leaning
      too far to the white. (Jimmy Fallon)

      Well, the big story is the Supreme Court. President Obama has found
      his nominee. She is a Federal appeals judge. Sonia Sotomayor, I think
      her name is. A Latino woman, how about that? So, you know what that
      means. Ruth Bader Ginsburg no longer the hot chick on the court. (Jay

      Sonia Sotomayor, Obama's pick for the Supreme Court has diabetes type
      one. And today the GOP immediately sent a huge basket of candy and a
      membership in the donut of the month club. (Pedro Bartes)

      Pres. Obama nominated the first Hispanic justice on the US Supreme
      Court. Later, during the celebration, they took turns hitting a big,
      overstuffed Rush Limbaugh piñata. (Jerry Perisho)

      Judge Sonia Sotomayor is in hot water for once saying that a wise
      Latina woman could sometimes make a better decision than a white male.
      We all know how ridiculous that is. Rich white males always make the
      best decisions! You know like, "Let's keep making big gas guzzlers and
      leave the small vehicle market to those little Asian
      carmakers." (Frank King)

      If confirmed, Sonia Sotomayor would be the country's first Hispanic
      judge. Actually, the Republicans were a little disappointed. When they
      heard Obama said he might appoint a minority, they went, "Oh, great, a
      Republican! " (Jay Leno)

      President Obama has chosen Judge Sonia Sotomayor as his choice for the
      Supreme Court. Sotomayor should help Obama win more support from
      women, Latinos, and people who want to see somebody slap Clarence
      Thomas. (Jake Novak)

      Republicans are looking for anything to derail the Supreme Court
      nomination of Sonia Sotomayor, a Puerto Rican New Yorker — including
      her ruling in Sharks v. Jets. (Janice Hough)

      On his radio show yesterday, Rush Limbaugh called supreme Court
      nominee Sonia Sotomayor a "reverse racist." I got to hand it to
      Limbaugh. That guy is a reverse genius. (Jimmy Fallon)

      Well, the big story is the Supreme Court. President Obama has found
      his nominee. She is a Federal appeals judge. Sonia Sotomayor, I think
      her name is. A Latino woman, how about that? So, you know what that
      means. Ruth Bader Ginsburg no longer the hot chick on the court. (Jay

      The Republicans will attack Barack Obama's pick of Sonia Sotomayor to
      theSupreme Court.they'll say Barack is a womanizer and a Latin lover?
      (Gil Stern)

      Judge Sotomayor said she seemed overwhelmed today, and she said it
      really won't sink in until she hears Rush Limbaugh say he hopes she
      fails. (Jay Leno)

      President Obama cited Judge Sotomayor for her role in the baseball
      strike. She saved free agency. If not for her ruling, Barack Obama
      would have to confiscate all that money from the owners instead of the
      players in order to pay for health care. (Argus Hamilton)


      Barack Obama's in Los Angeles tonight for a huge fundraiser at the
      Beverly Hilton Hotel. People in Beverly Hills had a lot of questions
      for the President about health care. They wanted to make sure that
      tummy tucks and Brazilian butt lifts were covered under Medicare. (Jay

      Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons snubbed President Obama in Las Vegas
      Tuesday. It's because he demonized businesses that held conventions in
      Las Vegas. Just because the president's happily married doesn't mean
      he has to deprive everyone else of a week off. (Argus Hamilton)

      President Obama reversed himself last night and now says it is a good
      idea for people to visit Las Vegas. In fact, that's where he's sending
      most of the Gitmo inmates. (Jake Novak)

      President Obama was handed a defeat on the Guantanamo prison Wednesday
      when the Senate voted to keep it open indefinitely. No one will obey
      him. Nancy Pelosi won't apologize to the CIA, Harry Reid won't release
      money to close Guantanamo, and the only time his new dog Bo will sit
      quietly and listen is during the Rush Limbaugh Show. (Argus Hamilton)


      The U. S. Senate approved a credit card bill Tuesday which also allows
      loaded handguns to be brought inside U. S. national parks and wildlife
      refuges. The gun rights measure was slipped into the bill by
      Republicans. They believe as an article of faith that oil drillers
      have a constitutional right to defend themselves during exploration.
      (Argus Hamilton)

      Yesterday, during a speech, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said the
      C.I.A. misleads us all the time. You know, unlike Congress. (Jay Leno)

      Before she left for China, reporters repeatedly questioned House
      Speaker Nancy Pelosi about her claim the C.I.A. lied to her. But
      Pelosi remained tight-lipped. She also remained tight-foreheaded and
      tight-eyelided. (Jay Leno)

      Congress voted Thursday not to pursue House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's
      charges the CIA lied to her on torture. She's third in line for the
      presidency. Every Easter when the president is resurrected, she and
      Joe Biden are always a little disappointed. (Argus Hamilton)


      California, which - I have to tell you, everybody - is always a little
      ahead of the rest of America, will probably go bankrupt. It's sad that
      we'll be closing the schools, but you'll want to keep the kids at home
      anyway, since we're also closing the prisons and letting all the
      rapists out. (Bill Moher)

      The big story here in California — the Supreme Court has decided to
      uphold the ban on gay marriage. However, gay unions are still legal.
      See, that shows how little I know about this subject. I didn't even
      know gay people had their own union. (Jay Leno)

      Well, the big story here in California — California Supreme Court
      today upheld Proposition 8. That's the ban on gay marriage. They
      upheld the ban, which is bad news, unless you're a gay guy that
      doesn't want to get married, you see. Now you can go, "Bob, the courts
      have spoken."

      The Illinois Senate passed a bill on Wednesday to legalize medical
      marijuana. The bill was passed after the state senator said, "Come on,
      dude, pass it. Come on. " You could tell that the senators were
      determined that afternoon. They passed the same bill five times. They
      were just like: "Seriously, pass it again. That's a pretty good
      bill." (Jimmy Fallon)

      In an effort to thwart identity theft, motorists in Arkansas, Indiana,
      Nevada and Virginia are being told to NOT smile when posing for their
      state drivers' licenses. That's no problem after four or five hours
      waiting in line at the D.M.V. (Ira Lawson)

      A bill has cleared the Texas Senate which would allow concealed
      weapons on college campuses. The law would change life at a
      university. "Coach, I would like more playing time on Saturday." (Alan

      Michigan is complaining that it hasn't received much of the stimulus
      money. I guess that $50 billion we just spent for a worthless auto
      company doesn't count. (Jake Novak)

      Porn-star Stormy Daniels is running for the Senate in Louisiana
      against David Vitter, the conservative family-values Republican who
      was caught up in the Washington escort service scandal -- the so-
      called "D.C. Madam" -- and then admitted to hanging out with Louisiana
      prostitutes.... who gave us the straight poop that he enjoyed wearing
      adult diapers during their trysts. Her campaign slogan? "Stormy
      Daniels: Screwing People Honestly" (Paul Benoit


      Honolulu just conducted the first-ever, all-digital elections. No
      voting booths. People cast their votes online or by phone. Everyone
      should congratulate Honolulu's new mayor - a piano-playing cat. (Jimmy

      A New York man who purchased dentures for his business partner is
      accused of taking the false teeth back at gunpoint. To track him down,
      the partner with no teeth hired a gumshoe. (Paul Seaburn)

      A small device exploded outside of a New York City Starbucks last
      weekend. One witness described the sound as a "Single shot, no foam,
      grande" explosion. (Pedro Bartes)


      O.J. Simpson appealed his Nevada conviction Tuesday saying he did not
      get a fair trial because his jury wasn't diverse. It was just bad
      luck. You'd think if you had a jury of twelve people in Nevada you'd
      get at least two murderers and an armed robber. (Argus Hamilton)

      The Justice Department prepared Wednesday to drop all charges against
      Alaska's convicted former U. S. Senator Ted Stevens. This guy was a
      legend in Washington D. C. Ted Stevens brought home so much pork in
      forty years that he's banned in two religions. (Argus Hamilton)

      John Hinckley asked a judge for a driver's license that he can use
      during his hospital furloughs. He shot President Reagan and Press
      Secretary James Brady. If he's caught driving without a license he
      could get locked up for life under the Three Strikes law. (Argus


      A right-wing radio host in Chicago named Erich 'Mancow' Muller lasted
      only 6 seconds being waterboarded and admitted that it felt like
      torture. To which Cheney said, yeah, but after the 180th time you
      start getting used to it. (Pedro Bartes)

      The Pentagon says 14% of released Gitmo inmates have returned to
      terrorism. The other 86% got jobs at AIG. (Jake Novak)

      Osama bin Laden's former cook -- I believe his name was Goatgang Puck
      if I'm not mistaken -- is coming to New York to face charges. You
      know, we also got his driver. And here's the good news. I understand
      we're closing in on his pool boy and his aroma therapist. Yeah, we are
      closing the net. (Jay Leno)

      NASA & SPACE

      So the Hubble telescope has been repaired. Ya know what that means?
      The gals on Omicron 7 are gonna have to start drawing their shades
      again. (Marc Ragovin)


      The U. N. went into emergency session Monday to deal with North
      Korea's nuclear blast. The North Koreans could wage a nuclear attack
      on South Korea or sell the nuclear bombs to Syria or Iran. After six
      hours of heated debate, the U. N. voted unanimously to censure Israel
      for digging a tomato garden in the backyard of a duplex. (Argus


      Hugo Chávez has archived more than 6,000 hours of his speeches, which
      are being force-fed to TV and radio stations across Venezuela. Sounds
      like their version of "According to Jim." (Ira Lawson)


      In Britain, the cuckoo songbird was added to the list of endangered
      species. Too bad, I really thought Amy Winehouse was feeling better.
      (Erik B.)


      Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is in Shanghai to debate climate
      change with Chinese government officials. I think she'll do fine
      because these negotiations always come down to whoever blinks first.
      (Jimmy Fallon)

      North Korea tested another nuclear bomb. The fear is that North Korea
      will sell this nuclear weapon to some unstable, volatile world leader,
      you know, like Dick Cheney. (Jay Leno)

      South Korea and the U.S. have put their troops on the peninsula on
      high alert after North Korea renounced the truce that ended the Korean
      War. They've also asked Alan Alda to keep his calendar open for
      awhile. (Todd Long)

      The North Koreans are furious at the U. S. because for twenty years
      they supported themselves by counterfeiting U. S. currency and now
      it's worthless. Who knew that Barack Obama's economic policy was a
      backdoor way to bring down North Korea? (Argus Hamilton)

      Have you heard about North Korea? They've detonated an underground
      nuclear weapon today, so I guess they'll be ready if they're ever
      attacked by gophers. (Jimmy Fallon)


      A Canadian study says that if a woman wears a D cup she has a greater
      chance of getting diabetes than if she wears an A cup. Apparently, it
      has to do with all the free diners and drinks D-cup women get from
      horny guys. (Pedro Bartes)

      Scientists say now that they are very close to developing chocolate
      that won't melt. It's a chocolate you can eat in hot climates.
      Apparently we're holding off on that cure for cancer. Let's get this
      chocolate breakthrough first. (Jay Leno)


      After LeBron James hit a 38-footer at the halftime buzzer: "Makes you
      wonder how good the kid could be if he used women's fertility drugs.
      (Jim Armstrong)

      Helio Castroneves, who won the fifth season of "Dancing With the
      Stars," raced to victory in the Indianapolis 500. It was an emotional
      third Indy win for Castroneves. He was just cleared on tax evasion
      charges that could have landed him either in jail, or in the Obama
      administration. (Frank King)

      Helio Castroneves credited his winning speed to imagining that the
      race cars directly behind him were being driven by government tax
      attorneys. (Greg Cote)

      Alex Rodrequez and actress Kate hudson were spotted kissing at a New
      York nightclub. The next day she tested positive for steroids. (Alex

      Looks like Alex Rodriguez just found another hot corner — at the mouth
      of the Hudson. (Dwight Perry)

      New York Jet Mark Sanchez posed in a bathing suit layout for GQ
      magazine. He succeeded Matt Leinart at USC, who majored in ballroom
      dancing. USC never lets the quarterbacks lead the calisthenics because
      by the third minute the whole team is dancing the Charleston. (Argus

      A plumber had to be called to Citi Field during a New York Mets game
      because a woman got her arm stuck in a toilet fishing after a dropped
      gold tooth. Which is odd because the Mets don’t usually go in the
      toilet until mid September. (Alex Kaseberg)

      New York Mets officials called a plumber during a game at Citi Field
      last week after a woman got her hand stuck in a toilet trying to
      retrieve a lost gold tooth. It ended up being a win-win. The woman got
      her hand back and Citibank told the Treasury Department they want to
      take the stress test again now that they have gold reserves. (Argus

      Dolphins defensive end Randy Starks allegedly driving with a woman
      sitting on his lap bumped a police officer with his pickup truck.
      Starks, no doubt, will claim it was because he was being held. (Dwight

      Can you believe all the celebrities at the Los Angeles Lakers playoff
      games? It is a veritable who’s who of people who have slept with Paris
      Hilton and Madonna. (Alex Kaseberg)

      Bud Selig blamed bad weather for Major League Baseball's drop in
      attendance of four thousand customers per game this year. It's a
      public relations nightmare. Half the fans have lost interest because
      the players were using steroids and half the fans have lost interest
      because the players have stopped using steroids. (Argus Hamilton)

      Michael Vick has been released from prison but the NFL is going to
      keep him on a leash! (Gil Stern)

      Disgraced N.F.L. star Michael Vick left a Kansas prison to begin home
      confinement in Virginia, where he'll be allowed to leave only to work
      at a $10-an-hour job. So it looks like the league is letting him back
      to quarterback the Lions. (Paul Seaburn)

      Shaquille O'Neal is taking a crash course in broadcasting at Syracuse.
      After basketball he says, "I'd love to have my own radio show." Heck,
      at 7-foot-1, he could be his own transmission tower. (Dan Daly)

      The NBA draft is coming up. What’s the term for a player who gets his
      degree before seeking a job with a pro team? Usher. (Alan Ray)

      John Daly returns to the PGA tour after a suspension. He’s already
      made an impact. After just eight holes of a practice round, the beer
      cart was completely empty. (Alan Ray)


      Jay Leno will welcome his replacement host Conan O'Brien as guest on
      his final Tonight Show Friday. It's called continuity of political
      comedy. We're one of the few countries in the world that can pull off
      a transition like this without bloodshed. (Argus Hamilton)

      A Night at the Museum: the Battle at the Smithsonian is a box office
      smash. In it, wax dummies of historical figures come to life. Everyone
      loves the scene where capitalism gets up off the canvas and stops the
      president from seizing General Motors. (Argus Hamilton)

      I would hate to actually spend a real night in a museum. All those
      ancient fossils and dusty old bones. if I wanted that I'd watch "60
      Minutes." (Craig Ferguson)


      What do you get when you cross OxyContin with Rush Limbaugh?
      An OxyMoron (Jim S.)

      In America, Rush Limbaugh is a free as the wind he breaks to speak for
      the Republican Party. (Lou Zar)


      Tom Brady and Giselle Bundchen are expecting a baby. Upon hearing
      this, Angelina Jolie called them and said; “You do know you can buy
      them already fully assembled don’t you?” (Alex Kaseberg)

      Bristol Palin graduated from high school with a GPA of 3.497, meaning
      she was just. 003 short of graduating with honors. Apparently, what
      ruined her chances of graduating with honors was the F she got in Sex
      Ed. (Pedro Bartes)

      Leonardo DiCaprio is reportedly the favorite to play Frank Sinatra in
      an upcoming movie. His preparation for the role is said to be going
      well, as he has already punched three photographers. (Jim Barach)

      Elizabeth Taylor is home from the hospital and says if she feels
      better by this afternoon, she might just marry someone. (Pedro Bartes)

      Arnold Schwarzenegger lost all his referendums last week trying to
      raise taxes in California. His movie career is over and his approval
      rating has tanked. If he was any less popular Mel Brooks's next
      musical would be Springtime for Schwarzenegger. (Argus Hamilton)


      Thirteen-year old Kavya Shivashankar won the National Spelling Bee
      after correctly spelling "Laodicean." She says once she mastered her
      own last name, the rest was a piece of cake. – (Ira Lawson)


      A survey says that one in four people send text messages while
      driving. In fact, most of the people surveyed responded by text
      message from their cars. (Jim Barach)

      Well, actually, according to a new Gallup poll, 52% of people say
      they're opposed to gay marriage, 45% of people say they're in favor of
      it. That means the remaining 3% are for gay rights, they just hate
      going to weddings. (Jay Leno)

      The National Institute of Health is paying researchers $400,000 to
      cruise bars in Argentina to try and figure out why gay men engage in
      risky sexual behavior while drunk. You know, I got a better idea. How
      about finding out why politicians like John Edwards engage in risky
      sexual behavior while sober? (Jay Leno)

      A cat from New York named Sockington has over 500,000 followers on
      Twitter. That's only while she's in heat. The rest of the time there
      are only 12. (Jerry Perisho)

      The world's oldest blogger has died at age 97. There will be short
      service held over on Twitter. With only 140 characters, it has to be
      short. (Pedro Bartes)


      Automotive C.E.O. Obama says the fist vehicle to roll off the new
      Chrysler line will be the 2010 Barackuda. Gets 100 m.p.g. running on
      soy milk. (Michael Feldman)

      The Post Office has cut 25,000 jobs this year. Of course, many
      employees have no idea they have been fired as the notices were sent
      by mail. (Jim Barach)

      Jaguar got rave reviews from Car and Driver magazine with its new five-
      hundred-horsepower luxury car. The automaker was sold last year to a
      car company in India. There's a big demand in India for cars that can
      outrun nuclear missiles from Pakistan. (Argus Hamilton)

      A survey shows one-third of workers feel overburdened at their jobs.
      What do you say to a government employee who takes on too many
      responsibilities? "You must be new here!" (Alan Ray)

      Carnival Cruise lines has announced a three day cruise with live
      performances from New Kids on the Block. The cruise will take place
      June 16th through June 19th in 1989. (Alex Kaseberg)


      A survey says the top five cities to relocate to are Raleigh, Austin,
      Charlotte, Phoenix and Dallas. The top to areas to migrate from are
      still Mexico and Michigan. (Jim Barach)

      Compiled by Stan Kegel mailto:skegel@...
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