The plump dusky mediator for all things irrational and flagrantly absurd currently being pursued by name droppers and attention getter's, has created multiple malady's among people who were born with a brain, many cases of diarrhea and vomiting have been reported from local medico's who they say became involuntary involved with the loony Oprah Circus
Released from the bondage of her gold plated 'I'm always right existence,Oprah shows delight to be among things real, but as one blogger put it, "I am sorry the Koala didn't pee on her for the complete authentic Australian experience.
Tell me is there something I am missing, during her musings as a television latter day messiah/know all, the shouting and screaming never lets up and little compromise is ever achieved among the contesting loonies, Oprah's bi-partisan jurisdiction proving to be totally ineffective.
So it would seem ; any Nong Head can appear to be assertive even when achieving nothing among the confusion and mayhem, especially when earning 95% of the gross Brown earnings of the USA.
It is time to start living the life that you imagined.......Vest.
Wednesday, 15 December 2010
Are there intelligent people watching "The Grand Old Oprah 'Down Under' Show?
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Vest Has Left the Building
To advise that Vest (Les Bowyer) passed away this morning. Regards, Chris (Son).
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Breaking from Newsmax.com
World Pays Tribute to Diplomat Holbrooke
World leaders on Tuesday praised Richard Holbrooke as the "Bulldozer" diplomat who engineered the end of Europe's bloodiest conflict since World War II and sought to bring stability to war-torn Afghanistan.
Even Holbrooke's main opponent in the 1990s-era war in Bosnia, Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, expressed "sadness and regret" over his unexpected death on Monday following surgery for a tear in his aorta. Karadzic had been hoping to call Holbrooke to testify in his genocide trial.
very funny vesty. luvs ya kate,xxx
It's fat baby day on Guanabee, apparently, as news of a 15-pound baby girl born Tuesday in Brazil reaches us. Gisela Cardoso de Souza was born weighing 7.1 kilograms (15.6 pounds) and 60 centimeters (23.6 inches). Her mom, 42 year-old Rosinete Cardoso de Souza, an ethnic Mundurucu, says this is not her first large newborn. Two of Gisela's siblings were born weighing over 6 kilograms. Baby and parents live in Amazonas with Gisela's nine other brothers and sisters
Then there was this bloke who screamed when having his dislocated shoulder realigned at the local hospital.
The nurse told him that an eighteen year old mother in the next room had just delivered a 16 pound baby with not as much as a whimper.
He replied, "So What, try and put it back.
Was that the bloke who tried the swing down th line and merely gashed an eyebrow?
So wonderful that you now have a decent doctor who listens to you!!!!!! Love to you all xxxxxxxxx
Richard Holbrooke Saved Countless Lives
Richard Holbrooke was a legend, the high priest of what we used to call the "priesthood" (even though they finally did let Madeleine in), the foreign policy elite that played musical chairs whenever a Democrat was running for or elected to the presidency. Arrogant? You bet. Frustrated with those who didn't get it, wouldn't do it, didn't push themselves as hard as he did? Absolutely.
But here's the thing: He had a right to be arrogant and a right to be frustrated. When you're trying to stop wars and save lives, patience and modesty are not necessarily useful virtues. There are not too many people who can honestly say they have saved thousands if not tens of thousands of lives because they simply wouldn't give up.
Stem Cells May Have Cured AIDS Patient
A very unusual blood transplant appears to have cured an American man living in Berlin of infection with the AIDS virus, but doctors say the approach is not practical for wide use. The man, who is in his 40s, had a blood stem cell transplant in 2007 to treat leukemia. His donor not only was a good blood match but also had a gene mutation that confers natural resistance to HIV.
Now, three years later, the recipient shows no signs of leukemia or HIV infection, according to a report in the journal Blood.
very funny vesty.
luvs ya kate,
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