Hobo Headlines

We scan the top newspapers and websites to bring you all of the important news of the day. Then we convert the newspapers into hobo blankets or funny hats.

Here are today’s Hobo Headlines:

  • New Orleans can’t catch a break.
    Forecasters are worried Hurricane Gustav may stall over Louisiana and northeast Texas for several days, which could “exacerbate the threat of heavy rains and inland flooding.”
    [CNN.com]
  • If you wanted to prove McCain makes good decisions, perhaps picking Sarah Palin for Vice President wasn’t the best move.
    The Republican convention began today in Minnesota. The GOP scaled back the opening day’s activities because of Hurricane Gustav, a move that they hope will show that John McCain can make good decisions when faced with unforeseen circumstances.
    [CBSNews.com]
  • In case you had any doubts about just how evil Comcast is.
    Starting October 1, Comcast will limit subscribers to 250 gigabytes of Internet usage each month, a move which may bring an end to unlimited Internet usage.
    [ABCNews.com]
  • She must have a thing for mouth breathing.
    James Gandolfini got married to former model Deborah Lin on Saturday in the Central Union Church in Honolulu, Hawaii.
    [MonstersandCritics.com]

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