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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Morning Newsdome: First offshore windfarm approved to Massholes' dismay


>> The Obama administration has approved America's first offshore windfarm off of Cape Cod after a decade of resistance from the Kennedys and other Massholes. They must have been worried the turbines would ruin their coarse, cold beaches. (the Guardian)

>> After remote-controlled submarines couldn't control the growing Gulf of Mexico oil slick, the Coast Guard is now considering setting the slick on fire before. Because setting hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil on fire will be good for the environment. (CNN)

>> Laura Bush asserts in her upcoming memoir--perhaps a companion piece to her husband's book--that the Bushs were poisoned during the 2007 G8 summit in Germany. Unfortunately for the poisoner, the Bushs have never been one to hold down foreign food. (the New York Times)

>> Everyone's obsessed with the number of times Carl Levin said "shitty deal" at the Goldman Sachs hearings. I guess it was kind of shitty of him? (Politico)

>> And finally: A Chinese and Turkish evangelical explorer group called Noah's Ark Ministries International say they're "99.9 percent" sure they've discovered Noah's Ark after finding 4,800-year-old wood on Mount Ararat. Science! (New York Daily News)

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