Your Dose of Sarcastic News Clippings

  • Jordanian fails to commit suicide for the 11th time. He tried to throw himself off the fourth floor of a building while extremely inebriated, but backed out at the last minute. Oh well, 12th time’s the charm.

  • Prime Minister Nader Dahabi appointed Minister of Media and Communications Nasser Judeh as Chairman of the Jordan Radio and Television Corporation. Judeh’s predecessor, Sabri Rbeihat expressed his hopes that the JRTVC’s “accomplishments” would continue. Meanwhile, ATV employees continue their protests, demanding their salaries that haven’t been paid for 4 months now, and the launch of the channel that was supposed to broadcast back in August 2007. Easy on the accomplishments, guys.

  • By Royal Decree, the Lower House of the Parliament was adjourned, bringing the House’s extraordinary session to an end. The MPs can now enjoy their much needed time-off.

  • President of Tafileh Technical University Sultan Abu Orabi switched with President of Balqa Applied University, Omar Rimawi. Let’s hope no riots break out this time.

Update: The Ministry of Higher Education said it has no knowledge of any changes between presidents of universities, and that such changes have not and will not be discussed in the near future. Seems the “informed” source that reported the changes wasn’t that informed after all. Sigh.

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2 responses to “Your Dose of Sarcastic News Clippings

  1. What a way to solve a problem! I say, why don’t they create a university for each tribe?

  2. I think that dude trying to commit suicide is not very serious about it!! LOL! come on 11 failed attempts!! He doesn’t watch enough movies it seems… or he missed all biology classes when he was at school… LOL

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