+ 'its a great day for the residents of new york city', craig ferguson shares, 'the superior court judge struck down the proposed law to ban sodas larger than 16 ounces.  in manhattan they are very excited about this, they were yelling and screaming, there was a spontaneous parade down broadway, then they heard about the judges ruling.  everyone is very excited.  the ban on giant sodas was proposed by mayor michael bloomburg.  he is a billionaire fitness night who believes everyone should be as healthy as him.  i think he should spend his time trying to improve stuff like education.  clearly new york needs a better education system if the kids cant figure out that you can get around the 16 ounce soda ban by simply purchasing two 12 ounce sodas!  i'm thinking you cant do this, you cant enforce a ban like this on large sodas.  how is the government going to enforce that?  its not like obama has a secret fleet of robot air crafts circling watching everything people do with tiny little cameras...  'are you having a large soda down there?!?'  dont get me wrong, i'm not saying soda is good for you, unless they advertise on cbs, then they are nature's perfect food, but personally i drink a lot of diet soda.  i like my sugar the same way i like my boobies: artificial, over-sized, and bought with a coupon!'
- minnie driver
- ben schwartz

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