Archive for January 31st, 2007

Shane’s Links

Well, it must be Wednesday bacause here I am. I’ll keep it short on length today, but hopefully long on content.

On the international scene, it looks like the Brittish police have identified the killer in the famed radiation spy killer.

Looks like those zaney muslim kids have a new fad going, slashing their own forheads. What will they come up with next?

Guess who’s back: Castro rejoins the living.

Here at home, people seem suddenly surprised that their was a verified effort by the Bush adminstration to silence scientific reports on global warming. No suprise here.

Time magazine reporter Mathew Cooper testifies that Karl Rove spilled the beans to him about Valerie Plame. Why isn’t this man on trial??

Wired reports that the Feds want the ACLU suit over domestic wiretapping dropped bcause that aren’t doing it anymore. Is that a defence? Ted Bundy should have used it.

Wired also reports of Senator Clinton’s strong stance on privacy right.

Need another reason to be happy about the dem controlled congress?  The reintroduction of the net neutrality act. It just might pass this time.

In the Montana’sphere, Matt Singer is agasp that Balyeat actually had a good idea. On the other hand, he sighs at Lange’s introduction of the worst bill ever. It really is that bad.

Cece reports on her trip to protest in DC this past weekend, complete with pictures. In case you missed it, here is the Billings Gazette’s coverage of her trip.
JHYGirl covers the rally in Helena where state Senator Gallus, Rep Noonan and Rep French spoke to a very cold crowed.

Yours truly points out some things that we are ignoring because of our fixation with the war in Iraq.

Randy shows us the dumbest criminal ever.

Patia Stevens plays a game: Where in the world is Patia.

Jeff Mangan on the local option sales tax.

Ok, now here is one for my fellow computer workers (Programmers like me and IT workers alike should visit this site everyday to find out what not to do. The Daily WTF?, Curious Perversions in Information Technology.

And one more for everyone, Engrish.com. My favorite site for curious perversions of the English language by our buddies in Asia. Click the Recent Discoveries link on the left.

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