Biden’s orbit, Ted turned down, Prez meets Pope, farmland flatulence

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MILLINOCKET, Maine, March 30, 2014 – Here are a few stories that piqued our interest: Joe Biden in space; Texas Sleazeless; Messiah meets Pope; Toot! Controlling that other natural gas.

New planet named after Joe Biden: Scientists have discovered a new planet, 2012 VP113. It’s way out there on the edge of the solar system, it has an eccentric orbit, its gravitational influence is minimal, and it’s a dwarf.

Those characteristics describe Joe Biden quite well. He’s “out there” on most subjects and eccentricity is his lifestyle. Joe’s influence is minimal, and he’s an intellectual dwarf.

No rockin’ sleaze for Texas town: Ted Nugent is claiming discrimination after Longview, Texas officials decided they’d rather pay $16,250 for breaking his contract than have him performing there on July 4th. While a lot of people consider Ted a “super patriot,” many comments and blogs dismiss him as a pedophile and draft dodger, suggesting his target audience is inbred, gun toting rednecks.

Messiah meets the Pope: President Obama met with Pope Francis recently. The Vatican indicated they discussed abortion, freedom of religion and other social issues. Obama said of those issues that they were “not a topic of conversation.” So … who ya gonna believe?

The other natural gas: The Obama administration wants the dairy industry to curb its methane emissions 25 percent over the next five years. Why not construct enclosed domes over dairy farms to collect all that expelled methane? We could use it as another resource on our way to energy independence.

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