It was a weird news day, folks.

Miers Is Asked to Redo Reply to Questions - New York Times: "WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 - The Supreme Court nomination of Harriet E. Miers suffered another setback on Wednesday when the Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee asked her to resubmit parts of her judicial questionnaire, saying various members had found her responses 'inadequate,' 'insufficient' and 'insulting.'

Rule #1 of filling out job applications...leave no spaces blank. Is anyone coaching the Bush administration through this debacle?

NBA Institutes Dress Code for Players: "Marcus Camby of the Denver Nuggets, whose contract will pay him nearly $50 million over the next five years, told an interviewer before the code was imposed, 'I don't see it happening unless every NBA player is given a stipend to buy clothes.'"

Does the phrase out of touch mean anything to you, Marcus?

Wal-Mart heiress returns degree to USC: "Wal-Mart heiress Elizabeth Paige Laurie, accused of paying a fellow college student $20,000 to do her homework, has returned her University of Southern California degree, officials said."

Further reports indicate that because she did not have her receipt, she was not offered a refund but exchanged her diploma for a double major in Dental Assistant and Paralegal from the Sally Struthers Accademy.

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