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10 May 2004 @ 11:03 am
 
Today's top headline: Swedish army underpants are MIA.

Taking a closer look at the power of Teresa Heinz Kerry's philanthropy.

Nancy Reagan urges the Bush administration to support stem cell research.

MORE MORE MORE:
* Is the EU expansion good for the US?
* A 70 year old man sits in jail over 28 cows, as the West runs low on water.
* They still don't know how last year's blackout happened.
* Evidence of controlled fire from 790,000 years ago? Which would be, before humans proper.
* NASA reconsiders trip to save Hubble. (Bonus: "Robonaut")
* Are musicians more likely to suffer from a neurological disease?
* The Japanese find a forum to vent their secret feelings: the Internet.
* Conservatism creeps in: broadcasters feel they have to err on the side of caution in the face of stiffer FCC penalties.

Hot new BBC feature: ten things we didn't know last week.
 
 
Lalaangela_la_la on May 10th, 2004 08:43 am (UTC)
Nancy Reagan urges the Bush administration to support stem cell research.

Well, well, the personal overrides the political. If only more Republicans would get pregnant accidentally, we'd be all set.

PMMJ: Jesus Lickcheetahmaster on May 10th, 2004 08:50 am (UTC)
My work is cut out for me!
Jenexamorata on May 10th, 2004 09:06 am (UTC)
Oh, that ten things we didn't know was fantastic! Also, I enjoy the fact they are encouraging people to send in pictures of ten items. Because we all need more to do with our time and digital cameras!

Also, the stuff on Theresa Heinz Kerry was awesome. And not just because it made me think of one of the best Straight Dope columns ever, which says in part, "After a few more demonstrations of this style of architecture, the citizenry became alarmed lest Heinz encumber every landmark in the Republic with giant pickles." Which is one of the best sentences ever. If you ask me.