Wong Jeong-Hwa is in the news, having been a secretly sexy spy passing sexy secrets to the North Koreans.
Oops. That's Woo Jeon Hwa, not Won Jeong Hwa. An honest mistake. I'm sure you'll forgive me.
Okay, this is really her:
- Okay, this is really Won Jeong-Hwa. Image says it’s not for public use, but it’s being used publically, so I will too.
Sexy Super Spy Won Jeong-Hwa has also inspired a bit of interest in the historical Mata Hari. She was a cutey, too.
- Mata Hari was pretty cute, too. No wonder she was such a good spy.
Kind of makes you wish you knew some state secrets, so you could party with a sexy spy.
I wonder if we’ll waterboard her. In any case, waterboarding is also in the news, as it turns out. The Whitehouse endorsed waterboarding in secret memo.
Volunteer is Waterboarded. Next, he can sue the government for torture AND the local utility for producing water. John Edwards has already expressed interest in taking the case, and channeling the waterboarding victim's ghost, even though he's still alive and in perfect health.
The tragedy. It would have been much better if we just gave terrorists a cup of tea and sent them on their merry way to blow something up. No doubt, that’s what the Obamarama Administration will do, so we’ll see the results of that philosophy very soon.
The World Trade Center. Better than waterboarding a terrorist, ain't it?
You’re also searching for 53. Seriously, the top search this morning is a number? Is it because Obama is up 53%
in some polls? That’s a weird way to search for it, but whatever.
David Alan Grier. He's a funny dude.
It's National Grouch Day. Oscar says: "It's just another rotten day." Also, it turns out Oscar loves trash and pollution, so he's voting Republican in November. "Those are some politicians a grouch can relate to," he was quoted as saying.