Wednesday, September 20, 2006


I love Uncle Ted. I wish he still owned the Braves and CNN. The world would be a better place. Oh, and I agree 100% with this comment:

Ted Turner:
"When asked about the possibility that the next U.N. secretary general might be a woman, Turner went a step further, advocating that men should be barred from public office for a hundred years in every part of the world."

I've always been a Yahoo man, because they've got a bigger directory than Google, but, I can't make sense of this at all. The two founders of the company created a motto that has driven the success of Google. That motto is "Do no harm". I can't imagine why they would abandon that motto now:

Google 'eager' to work with Republicans:
"Google is 'eager' to work with the Republican Party and has boosted its presence in Washington, D.C., according to Roll Call."

Your Repthuglican cover-up machine at work:

Lawyer says FCC ordered study destroyed:
"WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission ordered its staff to destroy all copies of a draft study that suggested greater concentration of media ownership would hurt local TV news coverage, a former lawyer at the agency says."

Good. These people are just as bad as the Taliban.

Anti-abortion group loses tax status:
"WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service has revoked the tax-exempt status of the anti-abortion organization Operation Rescue West for prohibited political activity during the 2004 election."


Like Face/Off.... Only with a penis... Still....


Penis Transplant Reported in China:
"Chinese doctors say they successfully transplanted a penis on a man who lost his own in an accident, but had to remove it two weeks later because of psychological problems experienced by the man and his wife."

This is really one of the coolest, if not, THE coolest cities in the world:

SAN FRANCISCO / Tides around Golden Gate are potential energy source:
"Giant turbines submerged in the choppy waters below the Golden Gate Bridge might one day generate enough alternative energy to provide power to nearly 40,000 San Francisco homes, city officials said Monday."

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