Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Life's Mysteries

I bought and watched 'Caprica' (Movie/TV series premiere) last night. It was good. Really good.

Now I have to wait until Jan 2010 for the series to start. That's not good. Really not good.


What the fuck is wrong with these people.

Noonan: Torture memos should have remained one of life’s mysteries

I agree with Feingold.

I'm going to take a big shit on the lawn of the next politician who says "We need to look forward, not back". Obama included.

Feingold Unloads On Peggy Noonan: "Never Heard Anything Quite As Disturbing"


Once, I was very high on Newsome.... now, not so much. He's proven to be a corporate loving DINO who picks the low hanging fruit (see gay marriage... supporting GM in SF is about the least politically risky thing you can do).

Once he hitched his wagon to Hillary in the primaries... done.

He won't win. Too many skeletons.

Family connections got him into business and Getty oil money funds his political career.....

Sound familiar?

Gavin Newsom: It's Official...I am Running for Governor of California


Those 'Tea Parties' were nothing more than fancy Klan meetings with a pinkie extended. Had nothing to do with 'taxes' and everything to do with a bunch of white people hating a black president.

California GOP Decries Anti-Semitic Tea Party Activism


Very cool.

Scientists discover a nearly Earth-sized planet:

"Gliese 581 d is probably too large to be made only of rocky material, fellow astronomer and team member Stephane Udry said, adding it was possible the planet had a 'large and deep' ocean.

'It is the first serious 'water-world' candidate,' Udry said.

Mayor's main planet-hunting competitor, Geoff Marcy of the University of California, Berkeley, praised the find of Gliese 581 e as 'the most exciting discovery' so far of exoplanets — planets outside our solar system."

Yes, I'm a book/document geek.

Here's the link to the actual site.

Humanity's earliest written works go online by AP: Yahoo! Tech:

"PARIS -National libraries and the U.N. education agency put some of humanity's earliest written works online Tuesday, from ancient Chinese oracle bones to the first European map of the New World.

U.S. Librarian of Congress James Billington said the idea behind the World Digital Library is not to compete with Google or Wikipedia but to pique young readers' interest — and get them reading books"

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