PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

So if the CIA's report on 9/11 is complete, why hasn't it been released yet?

The cabal behind the current resurgence in 'intelligent design.' Also, Frist chimes in.

Vaccinations on the road to Mecca.

"Police in Japan have arrested a Chinese student over the use of a network of software 'bots' to steal items in an online role playing game"

* The Weekly Standard looks at year five in the war on terror.
* Senator Reid suffers a mild stroke.
* Guess how likely you are to get shot at work. C'mon, guess.
* More from the Roberts memos, criticizing the Supreme Court. Huh. Also, Roberts' Harvard roots, and where his cronies turned up.
* Chilling accounts of prison rape.
* Is discount gas any worse for your car than regular gas?
* Female scientists still face an uphill struggle.
* Was the dawn of mankind marked by climate change?
* Inside China's media revolution.
* Just for Mistress Sassy: a preview of the new season of America's Next Top Model.
* Soap opera rating down dramatically.
* Everything's coming up Bengals, baby.
* Today's headline: "Tips Lead to Arrest of Clown Assailant"

Princess Bride: the Musical

"”Pardon me for hijacking the thread, here.. But, Brion - if you don't want your mother to know you were up and on the computer at 3:29 in the morning - DON'T post on a forum that she reads. Busted. Grounded.”"

Ten things we didn't know this time last week.

  • 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…

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