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Archive for March, 2011

2013 | Space tourism closer

These spaceships will fly up to 360,000 feet

“Seeing a new vehicle that will someday be taking commercial passengers into space, and allowing the population at large to experience space travel, is just tremendously exciting.” – Galactic Spaceship Test pilot Peter Siebold

Magic Jack wants to jack your browser history!

Surely you’ve seen the commercials for Magic Jack, a device you can plug into your personal computer for really cheap phone service. It sounds too good to be true, so… is there a catch or is Magic Jack a scam?” Read the rest of this entry »

CIA’s “Facebook” Program Dramatically Cut Agency’s Costs

This piece by The Onion pretty much sums up my sentiments towards Facebook. I’m joining wanbee O_o  lol

Whatever became of Elisabeth Fritzl?

Elisabeth's 24-year ordeal of captivity and rape in that cellar in Austria is beyond belief. But Josef Fritzl's daughter is fighting back.

She lives in a brightly painted house in a tiny hamlet which the Austrian media, when they mention it at all, refer to as “Village X”. The two-storey family home is kept under constant CCTV surveillance, and any strangers caught lurking nearby can expect to be picked up by the police within minutes. Read the rest of this entry »


It was just a trip to Del Taco. A sunny afternoon, a laid back California afternoon and I had a beautiful buzz. Sticky skunky weed and a little wine and a little of myself, you know sometimes I butt into my own buzz and I just start grooving. I still had the Cadillac you see and the top was down and the stereo was blasting Jethro Tull. Read the rest of this entry »

Gorgeous 25-Year-Old Dead At 79

Elisabeth Taylor Died Today.

Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television

A total departure from previous writing about television, this book is the first ever to advocate that the medium is not reformable. Its problems are inherent in the technology itself and are so dangerous — to personal health and sanity, to the environment, and to democratic processes — that TV ought to be eliminated forever. Read the rest of this entry »

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