Monday, October 6, 2008

Monday Items

Voting! The deadline for voter registration is coming soon no matter what state you're in, so register to vote here. Then again, if you support McSame-Palin, take your time. Catch up on your housework -- don't those gutters need cleaning out for Fall?

Reading! The 26th Humanist Symposium is now up at TeraHertz.

Eating Crow! Matt Nisbet types this reluctantly:

With $3.5 million earned in its weekend box office debut, Bill Maher's Borat-inspired mockumentary about religion managed to just edge the opening weekend for Ben Stein's Expelled.
Actually I can't read Matt Nisbet's mind so I retract the word "reluctantly."

Thugging! People who count Evel Knievel as a personal hero have found their second most important problem:
According to documents obtained by The Associated Press, the federal government came close to charging Knievel, who in turn threatened to sue the FBI for alleging he was connected to a crime syndicate.
Their first most important problem, of course, was counting Evel Knievel as a personal hero.

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