Well, no not us..
Hell will genuinely freeze before we ever apologize for anything we ever write or express here at A&G..
We put ideas and opinions across and do so with conviction and sincerity.. You either agree or you don't..
Still a free country.. It said so in the papers..
So grab a bucket of cold fried chicken and a long tall glass of non non-fat chocolate milk, relax and let's take a look at this week's offerings...
'Ottawa killer's parents apologize for 'pain, fright, chaos' - Toronto Sun. Oct 23
~ The real apology should be for allowing their son to convert to Islam and allow those ideological poisons to seep into the killer's mind
apologized on Thursday for joking about a police recording of Bristol Palin.. On Wednesday, before playing a tape in which Bristol Palin describes an alleged altercation at a party in Wasilla, Alaska, Costello said, “This is quite possibly the best minute and a half of audio we’ve ever come across. Well, come across in a long time anyway.”" Fox News. Oct 23
~ Carol Who? Also.. CNN... Does that network still exist?
'(Spanish Retailer) Mango forced to apologize for 'anti-Semitic' shirt bearing lightning bolts similar to insignia worn by the SS in Nazi Germany' -- Daily Mail, Oct 23
~ From the country that brought the world the Inquisition
apologized after one of its companies sold coffee creamer capsules showing Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. The company's dairy subsidiary had produced the creamers." Deutsche Welle, Oct 22
~ Oh those crazy Swiss..
"U.S. Rep. Don Young has apologized after telling students at a high school where a child recently committed suicide that people kill themselves when there's a lack of support from family and friends." News Tribune, Oct 22
~ Originally the girls were very upset because they were in a lot of needless pain and suffering from the crash but decided once the apology was made that everything Magically was OK and the alcoholic loser was forgiven.. Just kidding
"The U.S. Postal Service apologized after it erroneously declared a Chaska, MN man dead.
Jason Gerling, who injured his spine some two decades ago, said his mom got a shock when her letter to him was returned with the word "deceased" on it. The post office mix-up caused confusion and emotional distress among family members, Gerling told WCCO-TV." AP, Oct 22