How about a newspost that isn't an obvious call for attention. (I can't help it, I'm an attention whore.)
The US lost today. The city of Faluja is now occupied by an Iraqi militia made up of Saddam's old fighters who are supposedly under US command. As far as the people of Faluja are concerned, they feel they did what Lobo would do: Kick Superman in the nuts and get away with it. The people of Faluja figured they snickerpimped us then held out till we gave up: AKA won. Mr. W. can call it whatever he wants. The rest of the universe knows we lost.
In other news, the European Union is now up from 15 nations to 25, including Poland. Like the rest of the world, especially Russia and Germany, the EU was jealous of the size of Polish men's dicks and wary about including them in the club, but in the end everyone got past their blatant insufficiency complexes. The growth of the EU also gives hope that the U.S. will not be the only cock-of-the-global-walk for much longer.
In closing, I once again agree with Dominic Deegan: working for yourself would be wonderful if it weren't for the customers.
That is all. Dig me.