OK, Pop Quiz.
Knowing what all has gone on this past weekend, what was the #1 story that people will wake up to on Monday morning and see on the Fox News website?
Somehow, for those who read this blog, I don't think you will get it. Those who have no life and seek identity within television's virtual reality and idol worship, you may get it. Ooops, did I give too much away?
Possible Answers Are:
A. Global Warming has caused snow to fall in summer.
B. Russia has apologized for invading a sovereign state.
C. The Pakistan Marriott bombing that has left nearly 60 dead.
D. A martian base on the moon has been discovered.
E. Celebrities, Actors and Actresses being praised for acting.
F. Some lie McCain said again.
G. Some miracle Obama did like making Russia apologize for its invasion of Georgia.
Answer below the fold. Now, you have to guess before you click.
The correct answer was E. DUH!! I have included a screen capture that I took at just before midnight Sunday night on the 21st.
Taliban militants based near the Afghan border and their Al Qaeda allies are the most likely suspects behind a massive truck bombing at Islamabad's Marriott Hotel, officials and experts said Sunday. ...
The truck sat burning and disabled at the hotel gate for at least 3 1/2 minutes as nervous guards tried to douse the flames before they, the truck and much of the hotel forecourt vanished in a fearsome fireball on Saturday night, according to dramatic surveillance footage released Sunday.
The attack on the American hotel chain during Ramadan, among the deadliest terrorist strikes in Pakistan, will test the resolve of its pro-Western civilian rulers to crack down on growing violent extremism which many here blame on the country's role in the U.S.-led war on terror.
Mahmood Shah, a former government security chief for Pakistan's tribal areas, said that while the attack had "all the signatures" of an Al Qaeda strike, homegrown Taliban militants probably had learned how to execute an attack of such magnitude.
Al Qaeda was providing "money, motivation, direction and all sort of leadership and using the Taliban as gun fodder," he suggested.
While no group has claimed responsibility, the scale of the blast and its high-profile target were seen by many as the signature of media-savvy Al Qaeda.