Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Headlines From 2015

Since KAR is the only blog to have a crystal ball, we like to peer into the future from time to time ("time to time" being defined as once every 10 months) and see what the big news stories will be.

Today we look to 2015, and explore the big news that Power Line will cover in 2017:


Cities 97 FM Begins 10th Year of Marc Cohn Tribute
Only song local station has played since 2005 is "Walking in Memphis"

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Florida State Wins College Football National Championship
Pink Hearts defeat the UCLA Blue Moons 27-21

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Maureen Dowd First Woman to Take Revolutionary Penis-Growing Drug
NY columnist declares: "This is my ticket to a happy life!"

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AIR AMERICA RAIDS NEW JERSEY, LOOTS NEWARK
Network's CEO hails latest revenue-raising strategy as "Smashing success"

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NCAA Bans Lucky Charms Derived Nicknames

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Freakishly Fertile Newspaper Columnist Sires 1,000th Child

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Kentucky Triangles Defeat NC State Dodecahedrons to Take Men's Basketball Championship

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NCAA Bans Polygonic Nicknames

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BERKELEY WIPED OFF MAP
Hungry Minnesota blogger suspected in feeding frenzy

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NCAA Sues NIT for Antitrust Violations
Cites NIT policy of "letting tournament invitees use whatever nickname they want" as anticompetitive practice.

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Giant Lizard Stalks Tokyo!

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Space Shuttle Pinto Lands Successfully, Explodes on Tarmac

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In Fit of Confusion, NCAA Accidentally Bans Self

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