Saturday, April 01, 2006

Is there anything real about Kaloogian?

You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time. Nice catch by TPM Muckraker:

Kaloogian Strikes Yet (and Yet) Again
From the San Diego Union-Tribune:
In a snapshot in his photo gallery, Kaloogian is supposedly standing near Mount Ararat in "Aremenia." (Most of us know it as as Armenia.)

Thanks to a biblical blogger with an interest in geology, I have learned that the mountain in the photograph is not Mount Ararat, the post-flood landing platform for Noah's Ark.

No, a close analysis of the outcropping's outline proves that Kaloogian is actually posing in the San Pasqual Valley with a snow-capped Mount Palomar in the background. When told of the error, Kaloogian said, "I can't believe it. Somehow photos from my tour of the Wild Animal Park got switched with those taken on the Iraq trip." ...(more)
PS: That's not all either. You have to click on the story link & read the very end for the real kicker!! LMAO!!

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