I'm too late to discuss Pat Robertson's 8000th offensive remark while it's still fresh: He's already had time to backpedal over it. (link) But I do wonder if anybody else is as disgusted as I am by it. Go »
The Right to Anything
Reuters: In an interview with the Associated Press published on Monday, Senator Rick Santorum, chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, discussed a Texas sodomy law now being challenged before the U.S. Supreme Court. Go »
This is 40
I didn't realize that Steve Dunn and Amy Austin were the same age until both hit the same milestone round number this month. I'm nearing it myself, so I'm starting to appreciate what a weird age it feels like. Go »
New Year, New Round, New Rules
In case you don't get the GOO announcements, here are the two new rules this round: - When you guess incorrectly, it will wipe out the eight adjacent spaces in your grid: Diagonal as well as horizontal and verical. This was suggested by Scott Horowitz Go »
The Passion of the Christ
I wondered how long it was going to take for someone to bring this up; now here I am doing it. If you haven't heard, "The Passion of the Christ" is Mel Gibson's film about the life and death of a certain religious figure, opening this Easter. Go »
My mom doesn't want to pay $50 a month for DSL, but she's willing to try a cable modem for $30-35 a month. But AOLTimeWarner, her cable tv provider, doesn't offer cable modem access in Sarasota, only Tampa and Orlando. Go »
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