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Jay Lake
Date: 2008-03-13 08:04
Subject: [links] Link salad comes home
Security: Public
Location:Nuevo Rancho Lake
Mood:busy
Music:heading to work late tango
Tags:books, culture, links, personal, politics, religion, reviews, river, science, tech, weird
A review of The River Knows Its Own Wheatland Press | Amazon ]

Frozen remains of WWII airman identified

An Unlikely Map of 'A Better Sky' — A misguided effort to rename the constellations. Amusingly weird.

Regret the Error — A blog of (sometimes) amusing or curious newspaper retractions.

Self-Experimenters Step Up for Science — Do-it-yourself science with a sample size of one.

Happiness Is In The Genes, Say Scottish Scientists — Hmmm.

Chicago Tunnel Company Railroad — Weird, cool lost tech. More here, from 1929. (Thanks to willyumtx.)

A World Without Trucks — Pipelines for physical goods. Related to the old pneumatic postal systems. (Thanks to willyumtx.)

The Big Book Of Lesbian Horse Stories — (Thanks to danjite.)

Special rights for religious idiots — Yeah, baby. This is why we need religious values in politics! To make our children stupider!

"Militant Unitarians" — An interesting comment about the ongoing Christianist fantasies concerning the alleged religious beliefs of the nation's Founders.

HUD E-Mails Refer to Retaliation — If you still labor under the delusion that the GOP stands for ethical government, probably you don't want to read this link.




3/13/08
Time in saddle: 0 minutes (caught up on sleep instead)
Last night's weigh-out: n/a
This morning's weigh-in: 279.1
Currently reading: Field of Fire, by James O. Born Powell's | Amazon ]

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User: dirkcjelli
Date: 2008-03-13 15:11 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Frozen Remains...

Here's hoping it is Captain America... we could really use him right about now.

Of course, that'd read quite a bit more like Black Summer.
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User: neutronjockey
Date: 2008-03-13 15:17 (UTC)
Subject: WWII Pilot
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His mother lived to be 102, never cut her hair and died awaiting word on his fate.

Short story potential Jay---that's all you!
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