Six In The Morning: Back In Town

One of these days I’m actually going to publish one of these at six in the morning. Not today though. We’re lucky this one’s up by noon. Onward:

1 IT’S BUDGET DAY The Conservative majority government will introduce a “tweaked” budget today. The budget will run a deficit as usual.

2 STRAUSS-KAHN PLEADS INNOCENT The ex-IMF boss says he didn’t sexually attack a hotel worker.

3 HERE’S A STORY ABOUT A GOOD IDEA Marine protected areas would help keep species from going extinct and be good for the fishing industry. Read all about it.

4 SELLING TICKETS FOR MORE THAN THEY COST SHOULD BE ILLEGAL, END OF STORY Anyone want to buy season tickets to Winnipeg’s hockey team for $120,000? And why doesn’t True North have a terms of sale stipulation allowing them to crack down on reselling?

5 ANOTHER REPUBLICAN ASSHOLE WHO WANTS TO BE PRESIDENT Rick Santorum has announced he’s running for the chance to run for Barack Obama’s job. Santorum, who holds insane and extreme religious views, once tastefully said same-sex relationships would lead to “man on child, man on dog” acts. Hero O’ The ‘Dog Dan Savage, the editorial director of Seattle uber-alt The Stranger, a beloved sex-advice columnist, published author and soon-to-be MTV star, coordinated a movement to redefine Santorum’s last name as something sexually gross that no one likes. You should Google “Santorum” and find out what that thing is. Wait, I’ll do it for you.

6 HERE’S YOUR HEADLINE OF THE DAY “Conrad Black treated fellow inmates like servants”.


Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

3 thoughts on “Six In The Morning: Back In Town”

  1. Thanks Anonymous! Fixed!

    And it was a lightening fast trip Gord–next time.

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