Tuesday, October 27, 2009

It's Hard to Believe

The news is so bazaar these days, you swear they must have made it up.

Richmond, California (CNN) --
Investigators say as many as 20 people were involved in or stood and watched the gang rape of a 15-year-old girl outside a California high school homecoming dance Saturday night.

Could there possible be that many perverted brain dead people in one gathering? It’s hard to believe.

University of Nevada students asleep when motorist drove into home around 4 a.m.
Authorities say the motorist was drunk when he drove into the couple's home in Sparks, mistakenly believing it was the home of his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend.

He evidently was bright enough to pass a test and get a driver’s licenses. It’s hard to believe.

Pilots of wayward jet lose licenses
Washington (CNN) -- The Federal Aviation Administration revoked the licenses of two Northwest Airlines pilots Tuesday in an extraordinary letter in which the agency chastised the pair, saying they endangered the public by flying an hour and half without contacting controllers "while you were on a frolic of your own."

They overshot the airport by an hour and a half. I think they fell asleep. It’s hard not to believe. Bold

34 people died in last month's tsunami that smashed into American Samoa
Public records show that the Department of Homeland Security had awarded millions of federal dollars in grants for disaster preparedness here, including the construction of an island-wide siren warning system. But all the federal funding was frozen in early 2007 after DHS inspectors found that the local American Samoan government had been diverting millions of those dollars for its own uses.

With all the corruption that goes on these days, that one is not hard to believe at all.

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