Thursday, September 3, 2009

The eagle and the crow

The eagle, whose expected life span was 30 years, asked the crow, whose life expectancy was 300 hundred years, what the secret of longevity was. The crow responded that it was a result of eating carrion rather than the fresh kill eagles prefer. The eagle tried carrion and decided a life of fresh kill was preferable.

Another psychosomatic meditation from the brother who cares:

Health Canada is considering ordering cigarette companies to put deathbed photos of an emaciated cancer victim on every [cigarette] package.

Didn't these guys get fired already?

In addition, the mass media budget of the tobacco program fell victim to the sponsorship scandal.