The return of Momentary Jokes



Update 9 July 2007 @ 17:57: the final MoJo was also selected for the Laughing Liberally joke of the day over at Working Assets Blog.


Despite outcries from its constituents and the fact that five of eight democratic candidates have bailed out, the Congressional Black Caucus insists its Fox News-sponsored Democratic presidential debate will go forward in September. This is just the beginning for the CBC which has lined up a series of debate sponsors hostile to Black people including the KKK, Kool-Aid and FEMA.


In Germany, a man's smelly feet so disturbed his neighbors that police raided his apartment, thinking there was a dead body inside. In addition to massive embarrassment, the man's feet are expected to provide black comedians with material for the next 10 years.


Sprint says it has disconnected more that 1,000 cell phone customers who made an excessive number of customer support calls. Interestingly, about half of the customers haven't noticed any change in the quality of their Sprint service since being disconnected.


President Bush is opposed to setting a date to bring U.S. troops home from Iraq despite increasing pressure from members of his own Republican party for a change in war strategy. This is odd. Considering the president's stance on abortion and sexual education, you'd think he'd be a fan of early withdrawal.