1. The popularity of rims that keep spinning after a car is stopped. They were kind of neat when they first came out but by now everybody understands that the wheels aren't still spinning.
2. News coverage of Cindy Sheehan. How is one woman whose son died in Iraq worthy of so much news coverage. There are hardly any updates to her situation (with the exception of which liberal politician or actor is visiting her), the story goes nowhere and she's hardly well-spoken.
3. People who think Hurricane Katrina is God's way of punishing the city of New Orleans because of a homosexual celebration called "Southern Decadence." Do the people at Repent America realize that Hurricane Katrina damaged more than just New Orleans?
4. How John Derbyshire is an editor for National Review.
5. People who try to lose weight by running. If you run a mile you lose approximately 100 calories. A pound of fat is equivalent to around 3500 calories. Running 5 miles a day for a week to lose one measly pound just doesn't seem worth it to me. There are a lot of good reasons to start running, losing weight isn't one of them.