Monday, June 25, 2007

The Land of Camel Milk and Honey

If KKR closes on TXU they might take it national.
Are you ready for a National Electricity Company?
Where's Ready Kilowatt?

Hugo Chavez is warning his country that our country is going to invade to take control of his oil fields. This man is scary. He’s spent $3-billion on Russian-made Kalashnikov rifles, helicopters and fighter jets.

I don’t know which is more disconcerting: That Chavez would spend this much money to feed his psychoses…or that Russia would sell the stuff. Ironic thing about Russia—they’re the most opportunistic capitalists around, for a bunch of former communists.

The next import from the Middle East: Camel Milk, which contains five times more vitamin C than cow's milk; is rich in enzymes with anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties; and is effective in treating a variety of ailments including tuberculosis, peptic ulcers, psoriasis and diabetes.
Maybe Joe Camel can get a make over.
Or a girlfriend.

The one thing camel milk lacks is fat; only 2% fat, compared with 4.5% in cow's milk. And if you're not yet convinved, even the lactose-intolerant can drink it, even though Camel milk contains about as much lactose as cow's milk.

Sounds Camelicious.
One-hump, or two?

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