the show: 05-24-06

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Good morning Sports Racers. It's Wednesday May 24th. Tomorrow is the 50th installment of the show and knowledge reminds us that because our society has chosen base 10 we place arbitrary value in its multiples.

S-s-s-somethin' from the comments.

Sadly writes, "I'm missing how much I used to love this 'show'. To bad the comments have become more important than the content."

Yeah, me too. I remember back when I didn't even know who you were. I miss those days.


Why does everything have to change?
I wish it would all just stay the same
I don't get this comments game
Why does everything have to change?
Remember when I would tuck you in?
Kiss you head and then your chin
You'd fall asleep with a big fat grin
Why does everything have to change?
And now we're in the adolescent years
Gangly legs and pointy ears
Growin' up ain't nothin' to fear
And somethings are gonna change
Why does everything have to change?
I wish it would all just stay the same
I don't get this comments game
Why does everything have to change?

You know someday you and I are gonna die. And this place we call home will get torn to the ground and make way to a new pair of lives. But until then lets have some fun.

Former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay admitted that he didn't comply with federal law when he bought stock with loans that weren't approved for that purpose. He said, "There's no doubt we did not full comply the provisions..." adding "it was not my intent to defraud the banks." Lay faces up to 30 years in prison for each of 4 counts of fraud and making false statements and if convicted the American public will get the right to publicly call him a douche bag. Kenny boy might not have been sticking to the law based on an example set by his close friend.

According to the Boston Globe, President Bush is quietly claiming authority to disobey more than 750 enacted laws since he took office. Asserted that he has the power to set aside any statute passed by Congress when it conflicts with his interpretation of the Constitution. The Constitution makes it clear that Congress has the authority to write laws while the President has a duty to make sure those laws are faithfully executed. I guess he doesn't interpret it that way?

When signing hundreds of laws, the President has included what are called signing statements. For example, while signing a law that would prevent US interrogators from torturing prisoners. Bush said he would waive the torture ban if he decides that harsh interrogation techniques will assist preventing terrorist attacks. And I thought we condemned nations that used torture.

Waterboarding, is that like snowboarding?

When I file my taxes next year, I'm going to include a statement that says that I can run red lights... but only when I'm drunk.

It's coo' man.

According to CNN, Amnesty International in it's annual report on human rights condemned the United States along with China and Russia.

Ooo, we're with good company.

The secretary general said, "There is no doubt that the war on terror has given a new lease on life to old fashioned repression."

Bunch of pinko commies.

Amnesty international just doesn't understand the war on terror.

Don't worry if you've got nothing to hide there'll never be a reason to attach electrodes to your genitals.


This is Ze Frank thinking so you don't have to. BbzzzzZZZZZ.


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