Good evening, everyone and welcome to the show. Have you noticed all the articles on Trolls, recently? Not to worry, President Obama has said that we are not in a War Against Trollerism, and he's willing to speak to any Troll, without preconditions. With the appointments he's making recently, I think we already realized that. Let's take a look at the news...
At a recent climate conference for the U.N., some guys from the World Wildlife Fund, took Saudi Arabia's name plate, threw it in a toilet, and took a video of it floating around. I, for one, am outraged. That I didn't think of it, first.
The Administration says that recent U.S. Navy exercises, have sent a clear message to North Korea. I suppose the message is, "We have the most powerful Navy, in the world, and we're not going to use it."
I see where four journalists are being held hostage in Mexico. I just don't understand that. I though the whole idea of a hostage, was having something worth bargaining with.
The government of Greece has told drivers there to end their recent strike. Apparently, the economy there is so shaky, that three guys not driving their Yugo, could be the tipping point.
The nation of Tonga has agreed to send a whopping 275 troops to Afghanistan. I guess now, people can start making fun of Obama's "Coalition of the Willing".
Al-Qaeda's No. 2 in command, has condemned France's ban on women wearing veils. The vote in the French Senat was close, with nearly half ot the group, voting for women to wear veils, and only veils, in public.
A consumer advocacy group has reported progress in fighting corporate bribery. Of course, they reported that, right after a couple of guys from Goldman Sachs, showed up at their office, with a briefcase full of money.
Finally, Jack Hannah, the famous animal expert, encountered some grizzly bears, while hiking with his wife, on a glacier. He, as he recommends to hikers, sprayed one of the giant predators with pepper spray, as it approached. The animal sneezed, and backed off. "It was about a 9 on a scale of 1 to 10, of the most dangerous things that have happened to me.", he explained. The inteview was difficult, at best, as Jack's face was covered with 14 pounds of grizzly snot.