Thursday edition - August 26, 2010
Bristol Palin Coming To 'Dancing With The Stars'
Union head: Sarah Palin is another Joe McCarthy
Sarah Palin speech documents should be public, judge rules
My, my, my, DANCING WITH THE STARS. For someone who hates the media so much, Bristol Palin has sure immersed herself in it quite deeply. I predict that she falls dancing, breaks her ankle then blames it on her partner.
Beck and Palin At The Lincoln Memorial: Two Blockheads ON Hallowed Ground
By Don Davis
Justice: Saudi Style
A Saudi couple tortured their Sri Lankan maid after she complained of a too heavy workload by hammering 24 nails into her hands, legs and forehead, officials said on Thursday.
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How Muslim Cab Drivers Should Retaliate for NYC Stabbing
by Don Davis
A foreign spy
agency pulled off the most serious breach of Pentagon computer networks ever
by inserting a flash drive into a U.S. military laptop, a top defense
official said Wednesday.
The previously classified incident, which took place in 2008 in the Middle East...
There’s already a movie in the works about the egg recall. It’s called “Eat,
- David Letterman
Surprise Tea Party
Party Chairman Ron Weiser talks enthusiastically about welcoming tea party
supporters into the GOP, but he wasn't planning to give them his seat at the
Michigan tea party supporters flocked to Republican party meetings across the state this month and won several hundred delegate seats for the Saturday state convention, including Weiser's.
I'm not saying Glenn Beck is a polarizing figure, but for every person who loves him, another wants to send him homemade mayonnaise from Iowa. - Will Durst
Debit Card Fee Chaos
The Federal Reserve has
begun taking the first steps to crack down on debit-card transaction fees, with
the battle between merchants and banks moving from the
legislative to the regulatory arena.
Subject: Fabulous News
Congratulations for fighting the fight. Not politics this time but the Big C! I wish you the best along with all your readers I am very sure! You kept producing ahnc as often as you could and we were/are very grateful.
Good luck on your ride back home with Jesus!
Thank you so much Stan. I really appreciate your words.
Jesus stood me up, no ride. I'm still in San Jose probably till Saturday when I have another offer for a ride.
Also, my Internet was out from last night till about 10am this morn, so that's why today's edition is late.
Minor problems in the scheme of things.
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I'm just worried that oil- eating bacteria they unleashed in the Gulf might have mutated and started in on the Housing Industry.- Will Durst
BP CEO Refuses To Testify
Outgoing BP CEO Tony
Hayward has refused a request by U.S. senators to testify next month about BP's
role in the release of the man convicted of bombing Pan Am Flight 103 over
In a letter this week signed by Hayward and obtained by The Associated Press, Hayward told Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., that he is focused on ensuring a "smooth and successful leadership change" at the company and will be unable to testify.
17 Million Drunk Drivers
An estimated 17 million people have driven while drunk at least once on U.S. streets and highways in the course of a year, according to a government study released Wednesday.
the top selling costumes this Halloween is a vampire version of President Obama
Also very popular is the vampire version of former Vice President Dick Cheney, called "Dick Cheney."
- Conan O'Brien
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To Help You Deflate Photo
image provided by NOAA shows a deep-sea Chimaera. Chimaera’s are most closely
related to sharks, although their evolutionary lineage branched off from sharks
nearly 400 million years ago, and they have remained an isolated group ever
since. Chimaera’s are most closely related to sharks, although their
evolutionary lineage branched off from sharks nearly 400 million years ago, and
they have remained an isolated group ever since. According to scientists the
lateral lines running across this chimaera are mechano-receptors that detect
pressure waves (just like ears). The dotted-looking lines on the frontal portion
of the face (near the mouth) are ampullae de lorenzini and they detect
perturbations in electrical fields generated by living organisms. Scientists
using cutting-edge technology to explore waters off Indonesia were wowed by
colorful and diverse images of marine life on the ocean floor — including
plate-sized sea spiders and flower-like sponges that appear to be carnivorous.
They predicted Thursday Aug. 26, 2010 that as many as 40 new plant and animal
species may have been discovered during the three-week expedition that ended
Photo/NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program