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The adult entertainment industry wants a $5 billion bailout. Why ? Because :
“With all this economic misery and people losing all that money, sex is the farthest thing from their mind,” Flynt says. “It’s time for Congress to rejuvenate the sexual appetite of America.”
which all the Congressmen swore under oath as their topmost responsibility ?
Since the auto industry bigwigs were turned away by the Congress as they did not share a ride to Washington, how wonderful a transcript of this questioning session could be :
Senator : I see you have proposed a $5 billion bailout for your industry. But before that, let’s get some facts straight. So did you share a .. er .. ride ?
P.S. : I observe that much of the content lately hasn’t been suitable for children, who form a bulk of the readers here. So tomorrow a post on Jack and Jill (link might Not be Safe For Work).
The recent global meltdown has seen an upswing in what is known the “lipstick effect”, as sales of cosmetics are rising with more women trying to cheer themselves up by spending money in make-up rather than cars, holidays and kitchens.
Hearing this, Mr. A.R. Antulay, who seems to be losing his grip over the front page, raised a doubt over the economic crisis, “While everyone believes the mortgage crisis is what caused the great economic meltdown, we cannot neglect the possibility of L’Oreal or Clarins to be behind the crisis. Lehmann Brothers might just be a cover up. All I am asking for is a fair investigation”.
P.S. : On that note also read about baby boomers, the term given to the unusual spike in birth rates after the World War II, when people apparently had nothing else to do.
US announces a package of 700 billion dollars to bailout its economy.
President elect Barack Obama is planning another bailout package of 700 billion dollars for the US economy.
India plans to spend Rs. 150 crores to bailout the WORLD economy. And it doesn’t even involve rescue plans, buying mortgages or bailing out banks; just 3,000 priests and two-years : Link
That the economy in US is really bad and hordes of people are neck deep in debt is old news.
Guess who is doing the hafta-vasooli (debt collection) for the companies : Link
How some people would wish they had spoken nicely to that customer care executive sitting in a third world country. Poetic justice, if you may ?
Link by : Salil