You know, turning swords into plowshares is somehow always timely.
Posted by Deb in Agriculture, Community & Activism, Food, Government, Iraq, Organics, Politics on April 15th, 2006 | 1 Comment »
In an Indian restaurant: Little girl: Yay! I’m cutting and everything is coming apart. Yay!!! Mother: No more playing with knives. Maybe you had to be there…. *This idea stolen from Overheard in New York.
Posted by Deana in Humor, Oddly Enough on April 15th, 2006 | 1 Comment »
…like Major General John Batiste. And Lieutenant General Gregory Newbold, Major General Paul Eaton, and General Anthony Zinni. The way to do so has been obvious for some time now.
Posted by Chris in Government, Iraq, World on April 13th, 2006 | Comments Off
As the Global Spin version of a unicorn chaser, I’d like to point out that Google Copernicus Center is still hiring. [Thanks, Jennifer!]
Posted by Chris in Fun, Science fiction, Space, Technology on April 12th, 2006 | 1 Comment »
It really should go without saying, but I guess it really needs to be said. The US hasn’t used a nuclear weapon against another country since they were called “atomic bombs“, and there’s good reason for that. We’ve used other really scary weapons, but The Bomb always seemed just a bit too ridiculously deadly to [...]
Posted by Chris in Community & Activism, Government, Politics, World, You have got to be kidding on April 12th, 2006 | Comments Off