(Since the Mayor swore he quit drinking, we here at the Perspective Research Department can only conclude that he had some sort of a STROKE, and we wish him a speedy recovery!)
st_patricks_day_clipart_2We are attempting to find out his latest condition, but so far have heard nothing!

And on a happier note: Happy St. Patrick’s day kids.
Have a good time, but don’t get too “green!”

untitledgbfChristopher Viatafa is a guy in California who knew the police were looking for him so he “Googled” himself ………….., and found out he was on the “Most Wanted” list.
(Viatafa – who has a pretty unique last name – was wanted by the San Leandro Police Department for his involvement in a shooting.)
untitledOn August 8, 2013, Vaitafa attended a private party at the San Leandro Senior Center located at 13909 East 14th Street. Police said he started arguing with some people at the party, pulled out a semi-automatic handgun and fired a few rounds into the ground.
Vaitafa was forced out of the area and he proceeded to fire several more rounds, police said.
He turned himself in to the cops!

untitledSinger Justin Bieber has been separated from his bodyguard and confidante Hugo Hesney because the Canadian authority thinks that latter is too violent. Hugo Hesney, who has become Bieber’s confidante too, faces felony charges for two separate assaults Tmz.com reports that Hesney tried to accompany Bieber when he flew to Toronto earlier in the week, but authorities turned him away at customs because of the pending criminal cases.
(Now if they could just find a way to keep Bieber out! -Ed.)
- See more at: http://www.canadastandard.com/index.php/sid/220462493/scat/71df8d33cd2a30df#sthash.ZKrZsNtd.dpuf

imagesCA2ICD9WWe have a real “Loser of the Day” for ya folks!
“If you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear,” right?
On Jan. 5, 2012, Paul Valin called the police to report he’d found a backpack containing what he believed to be meth-making equipment. That simple act of good citizenship landed his and wife Cindy’s house on the National Clandestine Laboratory Register [NCLR], the federal Drug Enforcement Agency’s list of meth labs.
Valin spotted a backpack in a river while kayaking. He took it home and opened it up looking for some identification that might point to its owner. Instead, he found tubing and chemicals. Being a good citizen (with nothing to hide), he called local law enforcement who came and removed the backpack… and then put him on a federal list that put his house in the same category as property where drugs had been seized (you know, as opposed to voluntarily and proactively given to police officers).
U.S. officials have disclosed that parts of a crashed flying saucer had numbers on them that were in “Arabic!” A spokesman for the State Department speculated that it could have been a “terrorist” saucer from Yemen, but they won’t know for sure until further tests are conducted!
For anyone who ever watched the greatest examples of educational television:  “The Bullwinkle Show,” you will instantly recognized “Peabody and Sherman,” who, along with their “Wayback Machine,” explored improbable history every week!
Well, somebody decided this would make a good movie too, so “Peabody and Sherman” has been the #1 movie at the box office for the past two weeks.
Here are some bits from the original TV show!

Rocky & Bullwinkle is known for quality writing and wry humor. Mixing puns, cultural and topical satire, and self-referential humor, it appealed to adults as well as children. The program has a choppy, unpolished look and the animation is extremely limited even by television animation standards at the time, yet the series has long been held in high esteem by those who have seen it; some critics described the series as a well-written radio program with pictures. The show was never a ratings hit and was shuffled around (airing in afternoon, prime time, and Saturday morning) but has garnered an influential cult following over the decades, influencing programs from The Simpsons to South Park.