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Friday, May 16, 2008



Relatively unheard of but it has sickened thousands of children in China, and caused at least 43 deaths. I know there have been cases, one that I am personally aware of, in the US also. The correct pronunciation of the Chinese news agency Xinhua is "shin-wa".

Yet another display of just how much the current administration cares about people. Big business is where their concern rests.

The Indiana Jones adventures have probably done more to generate interest in the field of archaeology than any other force. Yesterday, the Archaeological Institute of America elected actor Harrison Ford to its board of directors.

Yesterday a poor hungry, homeless mother took her toddler into the big city. Possibly in hopes of finding food for her and the child They wandered through gardens and finally decided to take a rest on the roof of a building. Authorities finally placed them in custody after the disturbance they caused.

Did I mention that mother and child were bears?

Another shocking case to add to my LLDE file.


Boy, all those CSI: shows are going to have to be rewritten with these new findings.

Its still in the psuedo-science category but the anecdotal stories of weird events and animal behavior proceeding this weeks earthquake in China are starting to appear.

Over The Limit?
Please don't drink and drive

"Let's all be careful out there!"