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Sunday, June 19, 2005

Point Five Sunday Roundup, 6.19.05

Posted by a4g @ 6/19/2005 08:15:00 AM

Batman Begins opens strongly at the box office, taking in an estimated $40 million in its first two days of release, which coincidentally is the amount I'll need for therapy after seeing Batman star Katie Homes in Paris having her face lampreyed by vampire-doofus Tom Cruise.

TANACU, Romania
An Orthodox priest doesn't quite understand the fuss over the death of a 23-year-old schizophrenic nun who he bound, gagged, starved, and hung from a crucifix for three days as part of an elaborate exorcism. Quick, somebody call Dick Durbin, and he can tell us how this one loony priest conclusively proves that Christianity is just as nuts as Islam.

The AP has an interesting analysis piece considering the options President Bush has for his Supreme Court nominee. I'm partial to the one who has a chainsaw in place of his right hand. How about you?

Leonardo DiCaprio was hit with a bottle at a party hosted by Paris Hilton's ex-boyfriend on Friday... Sorry. I got nothing.

LONDON, England
The leak of the security plan for the G8 summit to a London newspaper, the Independent, has sent British security forces into all out panic. At first I didn't understand this story, but when I replaced "Independent" with "Newsweek", it all became clear.

Oil set an all time high on Friday at $58.60 a barrel. Big deal. I only get my oil changed like every 5000 miles. This seems like a non-story.

One of the jurors on the Jackson case was invited to the victory party at the Chumash Indian Casino on Friday, which is odd, because I thought you had to be eighteen to serve on a jury.

Another week in the can. Point Five Out.

The Point Five Sunday Roundup is a weekly feature exclusive to Point Five, wherein I try to comment on as many Drudge headlines as I can in the time it takes me to make breakfast for my kids.

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