Saturday, November 5, 2011


Daylight Saving Time ends in the United States tonight. Remember to set your clocks back one hour.

Amongst the events that have happened around the world this past week...
*The sixth G-20 summit has begun in Cannes, France to discuss the European and World Economic situations.
*Citing budget concerns, Ireland has closed its embassy to the Pope in Vatican City.
*Libya's interim Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril has announced the forthcoming visit of weapons inspectors to help that country rid themselves of Gaddafi's chemical weapons.
*According to the United Nations, there are now over seven BILLION people occupying Planet Earth.
*United States President Barack Obama has declared Fort Monroe in Hampton, Virginia a national monument.
*The trial of Doctor Conrad Murray concerning his possible responsibility in the death of entertainer Michael Jackson has gone to the jury for a verdict.
*Russian scientists have concluded a mock simulation of a manned expedition to Mars.

*Kyrgyzstan has elected Almazbek Atambayev President.
*Rosen Plevneliev is now President-elect of Bulgaria.
*Paul Biya is now serving his sixth term as President of Cameroon.

*Long time and recently retired 60 Minutes correspondent Andy Rooney has passed away at age 92.
*The simple, polite refusal of tasting an offered treat during a visit to Copenhagen has now sparked rumors that Kate Middleton might be pregnant with a royal heir.
*While facing bankruptcy court and possible legal charges stemming from how the Crystal Cathedral Mega-Church of Orange County, California was operated, Reverend Robert Schuller is looking for food donations for his sick wife while she battles pneumonia, and is willing to send a limo around to collect them! Ray Stevens was right. Would Jesus Wear A Rolex On His Television Show?

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