Tuesday, February 21st, 2006
A little background: I’m trying to spread the word about something going on here at home in North Mississippi. Our children have a local youth hockey league that plays in our local Civic Center. We get to play there when they have ice for the Memphis RiverKings, and when there’s nothing else going […]
Monday, February 20th, 2006
Some people can be so incredibly dumb, greedy, self-absorbed, cruel, and immoral, all at the same time. This poor soul lost her camera, and the story that follows it, is well, just amazing. From lostcamera
I hadn’t posted here in a while, because just after the last post, I got a call from an excited park […]
Friday, February 17th, 2006
From washingtonpost.com Policing Porn Is Not Part of Job Description Montgomery Homeland Security Officers Reassigned After Library Incident By Cameron W. Barr Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, February 17, 2006; Page B08
Two uniformed men strolled into the main room of the Little Falls library in Bethesda one day last week and demanded the attention of all patrons using the computers. […]
Wednesday, February 15th, 2006
I just gave a training class, and it was a mess. I didn’t do a very good job of keeping it off topic, and boy did it wander. What a day.
Monday, February 13th, 2006
From igniq.com The Canadian Red Cross is taking action to get video game developers to stop using its logo in simulated combat games, saying such application is not only illegal, it damages the “protective value” of the logo in real war zones.
Just about every video game that involves combat uses the Red Cross symbol in some […]
Thursday, February 9th, 2006
Thank goodness for “Don’t Make Yourself at Home”land Security!
While Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez assures the U.S. Senate that the Bush Administration’s domestic eavesdropping program is a vital “early warning system” for terrorists, another homeland security measure strikes at a local elementary school.
The kindergarten class at Lakewood’s Taft Elementary was planning a field trip to NASA […]
Wednesday, February 1st, 2006
Last week, in a miraculous turn of events, Senator Stevens, the 82-year old committee chairman from Alaska, shocked everyone at the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation’s hearing by changing into an advocate for the public’s fair use rights, coincidentally after his daughter bought him an iPod. Well, now we can […]