In a fit of distemper caused by no sleep in 36 hours, too much sobriety and too much black coffee - not to mention being bludgeoned into enfuriated misery by another example of the mainstream media reducing news reporting to either an inane soundbite or a uproar of idiocy - XN reporter Max Gross observes a shared condition between Richie Benaud and W.H. Auden (Yes, you read that right).
The death of former cricket player and talking head Richie Benaud at the far too young age of 84 has prompted Australia's pestilential, sub-cutaneous eruption Prime Minister Lord Muck to offer Benaud's family a state funeral.
Even drug-and-alcohol-addled Xenox News afficionados are alert to the glaring fact that only Mr Benaud has shuffled off this mortal coil, not his entire grieving famiglia.
No surprise they knocked back Tony One-note back in preference for a quiet, private ritual of the passing of a loved one. The twat would have hogged a photo op, winked and remarked "shit happens!"
Where there is water there is life. That has been the mantra of astro-biologists for the last century. Well we are on the threshold of determining if this is true for it seems now that in actual fact the Solar System is teeming with water outside of our tiny blue golf ball...
Could Mankind be on the edge of discovering alien life? An excting time to live, no doubt!
To give his opinion on the possibility of other life in the Solar System we throw the floor open to Professor Williams of the Xenox Institute.
Space probe spots Two Bright Lights on Dwarf Planet Ceres...
NASA Scientists are at a loss to explain two bright lights spotted by their Dawn spacecraft on the surface of the Dwarf planet Ceres which circles the Sun in the Asteroid Belt.
Disappointment and disaffection with popular governments can be swept away if perpetrators of anti-government propaganda could have their biases displayed in a public trial such as used in old time Salem.