The 10 Spot – Useless Knowledge Edition

Ten stories that may come in handy at the office Christmas party or around the water cooler…

  1. Jimmy Walker Walter is a proud member of the tin-foil brigade, but is just so happens that he is a trust fund slacker as well. He’s pissing away his inheritance trying trying to probe 9/11 was an inside job. If I was entering the contest I’d work in the “DY- NO-MITE!” angle [Ed – that was funnier before the correction]…

  2. NORAD is tracking Santa again this Christmas, the 50th anniversary of their Santa tracking. Hopefully that will go better than yesterdays missile defense test.

  3. What will they think of next? The sauerkraut martini

  4. CBS Marketwatch reported the results of the 2004 Weblog Awards, which is pretty cool. If your local news station caries the CBS Marketwatch News segments you might even catch Frank Barnako interviewing me about the awards.

  5. DC is 15 days away from loosing baseball again.

  6. In Washington State they are going to keep counting ballots until the Democrat wins, or until the stop finding new ballots that are suspected to favor the Democrat – which ever comes first.

  7. Protesting dudes in thongs – fortunately picture free…

  8. Darrell “Dimebag” Abbott (formerly of Pantera) was buried in a special KISS Kasket according to Gene Simmons. [Photo]

  9. America’s Funniest Work Surveillance Videos – Cop who habitually pees in the parking garage elevator.

  10. Survivor host Jeff Probst and Survivor: Vanuatu’s hottie Julie Berry are a couple according to People Magazine.

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