Really bad. You just won’t believe how vastly, staggeringly, jaw-droppingly bad it is. I mean, you might think that The Phantom Menace was a hopelessly misguided attempt to reinvent a much-loved franchise by people who, though well-intentioned, completely failed to understand what made the original popular – but that’s just peanuts to the Hitchhiker’s movie. Listen.
Some jokes you can see coming from a mile away…
Q: How many Bush Administration officials does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: None. There is nothing wrong with the light bulb; its conditions are improving every day. Any reports of its lack of incandescence are a delusional spin from the liberal media. That light bulb has served honorably, and anything you say undermines the lighting effect. Why do you hate freedom?
De uitslag van het Referendum over de staatkundige toekomst van Curacao is bekend.
Met een grote meerderheid heeft de bevolking van Curacao zich uitgesproken voor een Status Aparte. Hoe dit ingevuld wordt dient onderhandeld te worden met de overige Koninkrijkspartners.
There are increasing signs that US motorists are changing their driving habits in the face of record prices at the fuel pumps.
While the US love affair with the motor car is far from over, consumer dismay has greeted the latest predictions that the average price of petrol will hit $2.35-a-gallon during the peak summer driving season.
That is cheap fuel by European standards, but represents a substantial spike in the US, where motorists were paying some 40 cents less last summer.
Sales of gas-hungry sport utility vehicles and pick-ups are stalling, while drivers are taking drastic steps to cut down on expenses. …..
“We are seeing changes in the way people are driving, what cars they are using. Families are leaving the big, gas-guzzling SUV at home and taking their second car for short trips.”
Jay McIntosh, director of retail and consumer products at Ernst & Young, said “lower income earners” were most vulnerable.
“In the longer term I think we’ll see some inflationary pricing at retail on many imported items like clothing and household goods,”