"No matter how paranoid or conspiracy-minded you are, what the government is actually doing is worse than you imagine." - - - William Blum

May 26, 2010

BITS for May 2010

Hay! This will remove oil in the gulf.
The Republican Party has given their lunatic fringe (or is it their mainstream?) a new venue for speaking out about "true" american values.
Sign of the times in California real estate: There are more than two real estate agents for each house on the market.
"Monterey County AIDS Project accused of misusing $2.8 million". These leeches should be put away for a long time.
A first-hand look at oil cleanup on the Louisiana coast.
Lots of films (non-theatrical) from around a century ago.
Cool! Now I'll be able to get a Prius that goes 0 to 60 mph in 4 seconds.
Rap dealt another death blow with 'Swagger Wagon'.
And they say learning math is a waste of time. Alabama Geometry teacher shows best trajectory for assassinating Obama.
Ugly as hell, but hey, if it works then sign me up when I retire.
Think twice before you make your next copy of a legal document.
California's women are taking the brunt of the recession's effects on the state's population.
Sheriff of Arizona county that borders Mexico is strongly against new state immigration law.
Some of these fixes are actually quite ingenious.
Meg Whitman's run for the Republican nomination for California Governor just keeps getting more fascinating.
"Get out of there!" and "It's gonna blow!"
NOAA will keep you abreast of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
How to kill iPhone envy.
The Khan Academy is a wealth of free educational lecture videos on hundreds of subjects. Makes learning fun again.
As much as I hate the term "conservative" these days, I am glad that I've got my 401K set to very conservative choices so that events that happened this week won't wipe me out.
Republican Congressman wants to deport some U.S. citizens. Maybe he should be the first to go.
Great satellite shots of the oil spill as compiled by Google
New way to clean your kitchen floor (video)

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