Monday, August 30, 2010
Roger Clemens pleaded not gulity to charges that he lied to Congress about his steroid use. He also issued a counter-suit claiming Congress has been lying to us for years.
The Bank of Japan took measures to ease monetary policies to help kick start the economy. If this doesn't work, they'll turn to plan B: The Karate Kid.
Designer Tina Sparkles created and displayed a one-shouldered dress out of discarded computer wires at the Austin Fashion week. Afterwards, the model wearing the dress was bombared with hundreds of wedding proposals from computer geeks.
Paris Hilton will be charged with a felony after police found cocaine in her bag. The cop asked her if she did blow and Paris responded, "haven't you seen my movie?"
Glenn Beck held a rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. He said the purpose of it was to restore honor. He then dismissed himself from the event.
Today marks the 5th year anniversary of Hurricance Katrina or as George W. Bush calls it, that place I should've gone sooner to.