Thursday, May 13


If you're photocopying it -- it's probably still there on the copier's hard-drive -- accessible to whoever. ~ via

✽ "After decades of net decline, more US churches are being started each year than are being closed." ~ link

They're going to remove the fanciful lizard art from Loop 101 in Scottsdale. The city paid $2 million in 1996 to have it included on the freeway walls. Sad. It feels like Arizona is suffering from a major regression. ~ link

It's fashion week in Karachi -- really -- a spit-in-your-Taliban-face event. ~ link

Next week is National Bike to Work week. I work from home but I'll ride to the Post Office to check the box -- if it stays below 100°. ~ link

Walgreens will postpone carrying the Pathway Genomics genetic test kit because the FDA is questioning whether the kit is authorized. More job security for lawyers. ~ link

✽ One more thing to worry over -- Voyager 2 has been hijacked by space aliens who are attempting to contact earth, according to a German UFO expert. ~ link

Back in Black - Glenn Beck's Nazi Tourette's ~ link

✽ A very very clever man, quite tuned into human nature, used Google Rankings to land a job. ~ link

Guam Police Chief Paul Suba is resigning after a controversy sparked by a search warrant executed on a local television station's news department. There is never a dull moment in Guam politics. Of course, I'm now starting to think that Arizona is playing in the same political league. ~ link

None of the other news sources on Guam are yet corroborating this story. They are reporting that there are numerous calls for his resignation.

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