Thursday, February 26, 2004

Stick a Pin in It!

Just thought I would remind all my visitors to click on the little button above this post and place your pin on the map. You can remain anonymous or post your website/blog so others can pay you a visit! Would like to know see where all my visitors are coming from!


Tune in to CNN tonight to see Larry King moderate the Dems debate from LA. Kerry, Edwards, Kucinich, Sharpton - the field narrows. Maybe it will get more interesting now. But most likely, Sharpton will once again carry the night - he seems to be the only one who puts a fresh face on each debate. Maybe we should be voting for Dave Barry instead?

Thomas Friedman points out that there's some good things about Indians having all those jobs, too. Read the flip side . JadooWorks has decided to produce its own animated epic about the childhood of Krishna. To write the script, though, it wanted the best storyteller it could find and outsourced the project to an Emmy Award-winning U.S. animation writer, Jeffrey Scott — for an Indian epic!

Rosie O'Donell is getting hitched in SF today. Good for you Rosie. I'm not a big fan of Rosie, but she will draw some attention to the absurdity of these discriminatory actions.

And on the weird front:

-AP - German prosecutors said Thursday they are investigating a student for stealing electricity after he plugged his laptop into a train station electrical socket and used 0.2 euro cents, or a quarter of a U.S. cent's worth, of power.

Now it's time to go stock up the fire as another blizzard hits the mountains - damn those caterpillars anyway!

Quote of the Day:
"With or without religion, you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion."
Steven Weinberg

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