Then again, with the number of reality shows these days, maybe these girls were auditioning.Posted by Owen at 0646 hrs
Posted by Owen at 2004 hrs
WASHINGTON—Recent side-by-side photographic comparisons of Americans before and after he assumed the presidency have confirmed the stress of Barack Obama’s time in the White House has taken a significant toll on the U.S. populace, dramatically accelerating the nation’s signs of aging.
“It’s striking, really, to see how, after just three years of being president, Barack Obama has markedly aged the country,” Beltway observer Andrew Soisson said Wednesday, adding that the stress of watching Obama deal with a stagnant economy, multiple wars, and other crises at home and abroad has left the country with more pronounced wrinkles and significantly grayer hair. “It’s a far cry from inauguration day, when a younger, healthier, and more vibrant populace watched Obama take the oath of office.”
“Remember Obama’s 2008 campaign?” Soisson added. “People were energized and full of spunk and vigor. But you look at pictures of Americans then compared to now and it’s like night and day.”
Didn’t take long for this GIF to show up.
So I’m a little behind on my failbook, but this one made me laugh.
WILMINGTON, DE—As the 2010 World Cup approaches, friends, family, and coworkers of 32-year-old Brad Janovich are growing less tolerant of the exuberant behavior of the United States’ lone soccer fan.
“Who’s got World Cup fever?” Janovich asked his officemates at Credit Solutions Friday, failing to notice their silent stares as he reported for work clad in the sole Team USA jersey sold this year. “I do! I’ve got World Cup fever!”
“Check out this World Cup wall chart I just bought,” added Janovich, who is the only American citizen currently aware that the World Cup begins June 11.
As usual, watch the whole thing. Guaranteed to make you smile at least once.