So both sides won!Sky News is reporting that Bush thinks Hizbollah has suffered a defeat at the hands of Israel, while the Hisbollah leader is saying it’s an "Historic Victory". So who has won this war? These so called leaders just don’t have a clue. They think that shooting thousands of missles and bombs at each other is going to solve the problems. If anyone thinks this ceasefire is going to stand for longer than a month, then they must be kidding themselves.

Take a look at Sky News the next time you’re on there. There is nothing positive about the news that they report. It is depressing as hell. In a time when we really need good news, all we have to read is negativity. No wonder people want to blow us up. There is not one positive story on the main page.

I mean who the hell wants to know that Ariel Sharon’s health has gotten worse or that there are new photos of ailing Fidel Castro (Yipeee, I can’t wait to see them), read all about those nasty terrorists and how they are going to blow us up on aeroplanes. Why would anyone want to read about that? It’s not as if we haven’t seen it 500 times already on the telly or listened to it on the radio.

Oops, I think it's one giant lie for mankind.Well I found some good news at last. Nasa has apparently lost the original footage of man’s first steps on the moon. (Hey it wasn’t that important because it wasn’t real, but isn’t it a shame that it’s gone). Neil Armstrong’s historic moment was apparently seen by 600 million people in July 1969, but according to NASA the original tapes have been mislaid in their vast archive. (Now isn’t that a surprise). Damm, so now there is no real evidence that the event took place. Oops, maybe those horrible little green men from mars took it. This will only fuel those conspiracy theorists about what actually happened.  You would think if it was that important, the footage would have been locked up in one gigantic safe, along with all the other famous footage (e.g. the people who killed JFK, the landing of a space craft in Area 51, the death of John Lennon, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Munroe).