Interesting (and utterly convincing) article from Slate.com on the real reason Bush said he wouldn’t appoint a judge who condoned the Dred Scott decision. Turns out it was “an invisible high-five to the Christian right.” I’m even scareder now than I was before…
Karen points out a site for the “Utilikilt Workman’s Kilt”:https://secure.utilikilts.com/catalog-workman-index.htm complete with pockets and hammer loop. Apparently for an extra $25 you can get one with a “Beer Gut Cut”. Mm hmm. I have no response to that. The company’s motto is, “We sell freedom!” Mm hmm.
I’ll have details of my own space exploration soon, but for now I’m sure you’ll be excited to hear about the new Space Prize, Robert Bigelow’s follow-on to the X Prize. It’s a $50 million prize for the first vehicle that can reach low earth orbit and dock with Nautilus, his proposed orbiting hotel. Go, [...]
All I can say is “wow” — from “quantum reality” to “what to do about ghosts:” it’s metareligion the all-in-one website! Not only that, it’s in two languages!
Posted by Deb in Kitchen Sink on October 4th, 2004 | Comments Off