Flash Newsflash 05/16/2010

Posted by FlashNewsflash on May. 18, 2010

In case you've had explosive diarrhea here's what you missed this week. The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats agreed a deal to end the hung British Parliament even after Prime Minister Gordon Brown offered to leave to end the deadlock. President Obama selected Elena Kagan as his supreme court nominee, complained about distracting social media and defense secretary Gates warned the Pentagon must cut it's overheads. Police watchers looked for racial profiling in Phoenix while executives blamed each other for the gulf oil spill. Casino's in Connecticut stated selling e-cigarettes, Iron Man 2 blew away the box office, A Texas high school sports star was found to be a fake and Playboy's latest issue featured a 3D centerfold.

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Tags pentagon, obama, social media, gordon brown, iron man 2, supreme court, british parliament, elena kagan, secretary gates, racial profiling, gulf oil spill, e cigarettes, 3d centerfold

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