Tuesday, August 17, 2010

From the Bureau Of...

From the bureau of Holy Creepy Tom Cruise Wax Figurines Batman!

And you thought the real Tomcat was weird enough.

From the bureau of Just Dance!

This little tike gets an early lesson in male - female relations. Very cute nonetheless.

From the bureau of That'll Need Stitches!!!

Giants QB Eli Manning sees man-to-man coverage on his receiver to the right of the formation and changes the play from a run to a pass. Apparently, no one told that to 260 lb running back Brandon Jacobs who proceeds to jar the ball loose from Manning shortly after he receives the snap. The rest you have to see for yourself. Mothers, don't let your sons grow up to be football players.

From the bureau of Damn, That's Bogus!!!

German popstar Nadja Benaissa is currently on trial facing accusations that she infected a man with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Benaissa admited in court yesterday that she had unprotected sex with a man knowing that she was HIV positive.

Benaissa, 28, a member of German girl band No Angels, is charged with grievous bodily harm for allegedly infecting a partner with the virus in 2004 and also faces charges of attempted bodily harm for having unprotected sex with two other men.
"I am sorry from my heart," she said in a statement read by her lawyer to the Darmstadt administrative court. "No way did I want my partner to be infected."

A verdict is expected August 26th. She could face several years in prison if found guilty, although her acknowledgment of wrongdoing is expected to result in a milder punishment. Several years in prison for knowingly transmitting a potentially fatal and, at the very least, certainly dibilitating disease? Looks like Benaissa is good at getting off on unknowing male suitors as well as the law.

I think that the German people should take into consideration making the intentional transmission of a potentionally fatal virus a capitol offense punishable by death in the most eggregious cases and life imprisonment without the possibility of parole at the very least. What Ms. Benaissa did is a form of biological terrorism comparable to the attrocities levied against the Kurds by Saddam Hussein and against the Jews by Adolf Hitler that should be punished with a level of force equal to Ms. Benaissa's maliciousness.

What do you think? Should the knowing transmission of the HIV virus to an unknowing recepient be a capitol offense?

1 comment:

  1. Nadja Benaissa - this should have been your whole post. Why lead with Tom Cruise? You obviously have strong feelings and make some pretty sound arguments that she engaged in "biological terrosism."