** Hurricane Gustav is hitting New Orleans these days. Every country likes to name its natural disasters with special names. In the US they call them Gustav and Katrina. In Ukraine it's called Chernobyl and in Iraq it's called democracy.
** John McCain has appointed Sarah Palin as his running and right away the media started exposing dark pages from her past. Her husband was arrested for drunk driving 22 years ago. She used to be a member of a party that called for Alaska's independence from the United States. She abused her power as Governor to fire people from their jobs. There are too many scandals surrounding her that George Bush wished he had picked her to be his vice president.
** A recent outbreak of Salmonella affecting thousands of people in the US is over. The source of Salmonella has not been identified.
However, CIA agents are trying to see if that could be related to news about Bin Ladin's attempt to buy hummus beans from restaurants in Jerash.
** UAE business men purchased the British football club Manchester City yesterday. They were planning to purchase a club in the capital, but they couldn't find direction when they googled Lindin.
** Italy has agreed to pay Mo'ammar Al-Qaddafi five billion dollars as a compensation for its occupation of Libya during the last century.
As a result of that, the leaders of the remaining 21 Arab countries sent official requests to the Italians asking them to invade their countries.
** A British couple will go on trial next week for allegedly having sex on a beach in Dubai. The man is expected to be found guilty for violating the Dubai laws, which forbid men from having sex with anyone other than a Russian hooker.
** Jordan has signed a nuclear treaty with China, which will allow Jordan to have its own nuclear plant by the year 2015.
It even gets better. By the year 2050, it is expected that each Jordanian citizen will be able to afford buying his own gas cylinder.