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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

23 Movie Plots That Could Have Been Solved in Minutes


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23 Movie Plots That Could Have Been Solved in Minutes

'Hey boss, I know this is gonna' sound crazy, but what if just this once, we tried not doing this the most complicated way possible?'


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Bacone: A bacon cone filled with eggs and gravy, topped with a biscuit. Umm, yeah!


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Bacone: A bacon cone filled with eggs and gravy, topped with a biscuit. Umm, yeah!







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White House Says Girl With Campaign Ties Chosen at 'Random' to Speak at Obama Town Hall


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White House Says Girl With Campaign Ties Chosen at 'Random' to Speak at Obama Town Hall

The White House acknowledged Wednesday that many audience members were friendly, but said the president chose questions at random and didn't know his questioners.  



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NASA's Plan For Detecting Potentially Threatening Asteroids Is in Financial Jeopardy


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NASA's Plan For Detecting Potentially Threatening Asteroids Is in Financial Jeopardy

The National Research Council bemoans a lack of funding for NASA to detect asteroids which could threaten Earth

Congress charged NASA with finding 90 percent of nearby space rocks greater than 140 meters (460 ft) by 2020. Now the National Research Council warns that the space agency will fall short of that goal without more funding.


The National Research Council's interim report points out the familiar situation where the government assigns NASA goals without the necessary funding to carry out its mandate. Even so, NASA has funded more than 97 percent of NEO discoveries over the past decade. Scientists have cobbled together some surveys of possible space-based threats, and also rely on volunteer or amateur efforts from a loose worldwide network of ground-based telescopes and observers.


Some good news comes from NASA having detected and tracked close to 90 percent of near-Earth objects (NEOs) greater than 1 km. But even objects as small as 20 meters (66 ft) could pose regional threats to cities, and there are also other gaping holes in current NEO detection capabilities.


Satellites and space telescopes could continue to play a growing role in detecting asteroids. Future projects such as Germany's AsteroidFinder or Canada's suitcase-sized NEOSSat would also help spot space rocks on a possible collision course with Earth.


Better detection would give scientists earlier warning and allows for a wide range of responses that could nudge asteroids out of the way. However, existing space surveys cannot detect "imminent impacts" from objects that would pass close to Earth with short warning times of hours or weeks. Such objects end up being discovered through sheer chance by telescopes or observers conducting other tasks.


Space missions may shed additional light on NEOs by flying out to examine passing space rocks. A NASA panel even recently suggested the possibility of a manned mission to an asteroid.


A final NRC report is due out by the end of 2009. Until then, let's hope that altruistic band of stargazers keeps watching the skis 窶ヲ I mean, skies.




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Health Care

Ask yourself this:

Do you really want your health care to be run like Amtrak or the Post office? Really?

Think about it .

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Sunday, August 09, 2009

Health Care

The only question you need to ask is ;

Do you want all the hospitals to be like VA hospitals? If so the the Health Care Bill is for you!

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Does Taking An Axe To Your Boyfriend’s Door Qualify For A Shootin’ To Commence?

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Does Taking An Axe To Your Boyfriend's Door Qualify For A Shootin' To
Commence?


When his girlfriend took to his door with an axe, William Floyd
started shooting, deputies say.


No one was hurt in the 2 a.m. domestic dispute at 2811 S County Line
Road, said Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Debbie
Carter. Floyd, 44, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon.


Carter said it seems Floyd's live-in girlfriend couldn't get into his
front door and tried to chop it down. So Floyd fired a round at the
door with a .38-caliber handgun. The girlfriend drove away and refused
to answer an investigator's questions, Carter said.


Doesn't say if she was carrying a concealed axe. Of course, axes
don't kill people, guns do.


And lest you think that's all the goofy goings on in the L shaped
state, other than the kitty pr0n case:


- Fight at gas pumps leads to name calling, gasoline shower.

- Man pretends to be disabled to get woman to diaper and bottle feed
him.

- UFO video. Need I say more?


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Show Trial of protesters seems only to hurt Iran


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Show Trial of protesters seems only to hurt Iran

The alleged French spy stood at the lectern in Tehran on Saturday and described her dastardly act of collusion. Clotilde Reiss, a pale, soft-spoken 24-year-old who had been teaching French in the central Iranian city of Isfahan when she was arrested, confessed to sending a single e-mail to a colleague in the capital.


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"Is Obama Punking Us?" Someone Else Gets It! Article about how America doesn't work for regular people any more. The issue is much bigger than just Republicans and Democrats.



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