Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Today's Game: Real Headline or The Onion?

We live in a world where we can wake up, look at the headlines and wonder what paper we're reading -- the New York Times or The Onion? So, here's a little guessing game for you today: The New York Times or The Onion?

Fox News Pundit Tony Snow Named White House Press Secretary. Fox news commentator Tony Snow named to replace Scott McClellan. NYTimes? or The Onion?

Rock Star Mick Jagger to star in new ABC Sitcom, Let's Rob Mick Jagger. Letterman writer sells sitcom to ABC about thieves who get to know a celebrity. And they really wanted Jeff Goldblume. NYTimes? or The Onion?

Critics Blast Bush for Not Praying Hard Enough. President of a conservative Christian group, The Family Research Council, says the problem is that Bush isn't praying often enough or effectively. NYTimes? or The Onion?

Environmentalists Lobby for Nukes: Christine Whitman and the co-founder of Greenpeace have been hired by the nuclear energy industry to lead a PR campaign touting the benefits of nuclear energy. NYTimes? or The Onion?

And last, but not least, as if the world wasn't weird enough already, Friday, I saw Eric Dickerson driving the district in a giant RV.

3 Comments:

At Wed Apr 26, 01:43:00 PM, Blogger James Aach said...

FYI: if you'd like to read about a fictional Hoosier nuclear disaster (and another real Hoosier disaster you may not have heard of) see my novel Rad Decision. Available at no cost to readers at my blog - see homepage comments for reviews. Also, here's another nuclear NY Times or Onion article (although the address gives it away): http://www.theonion.com/content/node/39473

 
At Sun Apr 30, 08:49:00 PM, Blogger torporific said...

The Mick Jagger one fooled me.

 
At Sun Apr 30, 10:20:00 PM, Anonymous braingirl said...

It's true: Truth is indeed stranger than fiction.

 

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