The eccentric Gaddafi fingers bin Laden and hallucinogenic drugs for fomenting unrest and also gives an unsolicited plug for Nescafe

Muammar Gaddafi, for decades insulated as though he were a hothouse orchid, now finds himself in a septic situation. Craggy from the sun, he’s now dying in the sun as revolution breaks through like a baby chick through the shell of Libya.
Gaddafi, clinging like a spider to whatever power he has left, is gone as an expired breath. In the interim, he continues to rant on with his lunacy on state TV. At this rate, his TV appearances soon may rival Jersey Shore for insanity.
Today Gaddafi blamed the sand-churning uprising on hallucinogenic drugs and Osama bin Laden, declaring that the unrest is being carried out by “young men hopped up on hallucinogenic pills given to them in their coffee with milk, like Nescafe.”
If Gaddafi somehow escapes this mess alive, and the Vegas oddsmakers have him a huge underdog to do so, his next gig could be as a Mick Jagger impersonator.