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World Leaders: Now Including Shakira!

When we posted about the World Leaders Forum speaker list a few days ago, many of you suggested that more high profile speakers would be announced soon. Well, you were right, though the speakers aren’t for the World Leaders Forum.

A tipster has informed us that, on Wednesday, September 24th, several South and Central American heads of state will be sitting on a panel about poverty in Latin America, including Felipe Calderón of Mexico, Cristina Kirchner of Argentina, Elias González of El Salvador, and Martin Espino of Panama. Joining them will be Columbia’s own Jeffrey Sachs (who just can’t stop hanging out with celebrities), and the pop star/”activist” Shakira. In fairness, Shakira should be used to colleges after taking a class at UCLA last year.

Registration will start on September 17th at 9 A.M.

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15 Comments

  • teehee says:

    @teehee this thread is actually quite hilarious! keep it going everyone!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous sundae cup

  • agreed says:

    @agreed worst thread ever.

  • this says:

    @this thread is getting weird

  • I'll tell you says:

    @I'll tell you whose hips DO lie. Sarah Trigger-Tracker-Piper Palin’s. If her vagina delivered a monologue it would be full of LIES.

    1. You're not funny says:

      @You're not funny Please shut up.

      1. would says:

        @would you like to eat my shit in a cone or a sundae cup?

  • Have says:

    @Have you ever seen a more conscious effort to get into the favorite comments section?

    BWOG dont’t be naive.

  • #2... says:

    @#2... not funny

    1. agreed says:

      @agreed that was really dumb

    2. Actually, yes says:

      @Actually, yes You’re a prig, #3, and so are you, #4: that was actually funny. Kudos, #2.

      1. Lucky: says:

        @Lucky: Lucky that my breasts are small and humble
        So you don’t confuse them with mountains

      2. nope says:

        @nope not funny, #2, at all. AND you included your name? for shame…

  • Stephen Schwelp says:

    @Stephen Schwelp Rumor has it that last year Bollinger actually hired Shakira’s hips to determine whether or not Iran actually has homosexuals.

  • then... says:

    @then... THEN, at the end of the event, everyone on the pannel is going to have a dance off to see whose hips don’t lie.

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