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Saturday, June 14, 2008



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At least it wasn't rated Elementary School

With the release of Firefox 3 on Tuesday, Mozilla may set a new category (and record) for the Guinness Book of World Records. The goal is 1,000,000 downloads in a single day. Turns out that no one has ever tracked this before.

The garmet industry is all abuzz about the latest in lunar fashion.

That wonderful smell of a new shower curtain could just kill you.

They say that whatever doesn't kill you will make you stronger. There have been times in my life where I thought I was going to die and was afraid that I wouldn't.

"Let's all be careful out there!"


I mentioned gamma radiation recently in reference to a new telescope and those who have seen the new cinematic release know that gamma rays turned Bruce Banner into the Incredible Hulk. So, if it is of any interest to you, here is a brief explaination about gammas. Written in a way that you don't need a doctorate in physics to understand.

When Jurassic Park was initially released, science poo-pooed the idea of resurrecting beasts from the past as being impossible. Well, they should have added the caveat "at this time". As is always the case, what was tomorrrow's pipe dreams is yesterday's "been there, done that." Using DNA from ancient fossils, attempts are being conducted, using chicken eggs, to rebirth creatures from the

If you thought that stealing of body parts was something that only occurred in 3rd-world nations or in old gothic horror stories, then what been going on here in the USA might come as a shock.

We've all heard the term, "Different strokes for different folks" but this guy in Singapore is going to spend 14 years behind bars and get 18 strokes of the cane for his peccadilloes.

"Let's all be careful out there!"


"Let's all be careful out there!"



But the surprising thing is that McCain has also disagreed with yesterday's Supreme Court decision on the Constitutional Rights of the detainees at Guantanamo and other locations controlled by the USA. Thats scary. Our country was founded with a set of laws that applied to everyone. True, its taken 200+ years to reach the point where it is more fact than fiction but Dubya, and I guess McShame, don't believe in the spirit, the dream, the promise of that document. The last 2 times the Court slapped Dubya's hand for this misbehavior, he had his cronies in the Republican controlled Congress write new laws. This time around he can't, since the GOP has lost its control over both those Houses and the Dems are ready for a bloodlust feeding frenzy after November. Expect to see a lot of Dubya's policies overturned after Inauguration Day.

As far as the candidate's tax policies go, McShame would make sure that business and high income families are protected while Obama will seek to provide relief for middle and lower income families. Both plans would cause deficit increases unless the breaks Dubya gave away to his cronies are reversed.

I love the "Fair & Balanced" coverage that FoxNews is providing. Michelle Obama is worth more than their entire "on-air" staff, put together. So they make a slightly veiled reference to her race by using ghetto street terminology.

I hope all of you are enjoying your weekend. Thanks for taking the time to drop in. I appreciate it.

"Let's all be careful out there!"