Four more years of hell.

Welcome to NB's Nonauguration Day edition, wherein we ignore today's inauguration for more important news, like this...

So what if this was announced yesterday. Apparently, folks, you can all sigh a collective breath of relief. Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves are reuniting for the first time since Speed in a film called Il Mare, which I think, roughly translated, means "crap." Not since Speed have such powerhouse acting and sparkling personality been assembled for a motion picture. Unfortunately, the film doesn't begin shooting until March, so, until then, you'll just have to stick a knife in your eye and twist.

And, fine. We'll do something presidential today, just so NB is not accused of being unpatriotic. Every post will feature a highlight of the president's first term. Enjoy!

January 23, 2001: George W. Bush reinstates the "global gag rule" barring U.S. funding for abortion counseling abroad. Happy anniversary, Roe V. Wade!

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