PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

Here's a clue: if you're innocent, you don't need to plead the fifth. And yes, the public and the media want answers.

Alternate fuels as a metaphor for Bush's presidency.

Howard Kurtz discusses Tony Snow's cancer diagnosis. (Bonus: how Tony Snow turned the daily White House briefing into a daily combat.)

* On the ground with the Iraqi 'Wolf Brigade'. Also, one journalist reports from inside Iran. Good read.
* Bush and Congress need each other to fix Iraq.
* Why Republican organizations are being ordered to preserve their e-mails.
* Harold Meyerson discusses the Republican mystery. John Dickerson sees an administration imploding.
* Working to unlock the secrets of the polar regions.
* China and Russia set their sights on Mars.
* Burger King shifts to more 'humane' meat and egg production.
* New interim Smithsonian head named after the previous one leaves in scandal.
* Life magazine moves online.
* Disney reconsiders a rerelease of Song of the South.
* That's a big fat toad.
* Comic book artist Marshall Rogers passed away.
* Highlander producer William Panzer passed away.

Today's top headline: Gangster who built world's tallest log cabin (Courtesy professorbooty.)

Skiing down the longest escalator on the London Underground. (Courtesy mscongeniality.)

Excellent read: what Philip K. Dick story are we living in today? (Also courtesy professorbooty.)
Tags: 2007, news, scary technology, science!

  • relevant to my interests

    "The Secret Douglas Adams RPG people have been playing for 15 years."

  • tactical

    "This actually fits with everything Obama has been doing lately: neither his legislative proposals nor his executive actions have been world shaking.…

  • huh

    "The problem for a terrorist group like Al Qaeda is that its recruitment pool is Muslims, but most Muslims are not interested in terrorism. Most…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.