Saturday, November 25, 2006
AP Headline Misses Critical Word
Headline: Honduras fines U.S. subsidiary over alleged mercenary training.

That's odd, I didn't realize that the United States of America had subsidiaries.

Oh, wait:
    The Honduran government said Friday it has fined the local subsidiary of a U.S. company $25,000 for allegedly training more than 300 Hondurans and foreigners last year to work as mercenaries in Iraq.
Well, brevity is the soul of wit, headline writing, and negatively painting the big bad superpower inaccurately.

Reading the story, apparently the company was training people to work as security guards in Iraq, which means that I'll have to start calling Rose, the desk guard at the building in which I work, a mercenary since that's what the Honduran government would call her. But hey, free $25,000!

To say Noggle, one first must be able to say the "Nah."