Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Morning Newsdome: STD-ridden olds could learn from the condom-wearing young

Posted By on Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 10:58 AM

>>After admitting to lying to federal agents regarding the New York subway bomb plot, Imam Ahmad Afzali left the U.S. to Saudi Arabia as part of his plea deal. That'll show him--now he'll have to be with like-minded thinkers. (CNN)

>> A small amount of tar balls washed up on Texas shores this weekend, meaning the Gulf oil spill has hit all five Gulf states. No oil messes with Texas. (USA Today)

>> Maybe due to Viagra, higher rates of divorce or all around deviance, older adults with STDs are growing at a much higher rate than young adults (though young adults still have more STDs). Condom-using, 20-something man-hos have never looked so mature. (Reuters)

>> You think it's hot down here? Northeastern states from Massachusetts to New Jersey are experiencing unusual triple-digit temperatures from a hot air mass settled in the region. They complain about it, but I bet they love the unexpected heat. (CNN)

>> And from the out-of-touch: Prince, formerly the Artist Formerly Known as Prince, believes the "Internet's completely over," saying: "All these computers and digital gadgets are no good. They just fill your head with numbers and that can't be good for you." Go back to your pink cave, Prince. (The Mirror)

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