Found this on the side of Ponce De Leon.. A dude is working on a plane..
When I read this article, I didn’t know whether to laugh or scream asshole. I think I yelled “What an asshole! OMG!” Looks like old Bill is intimidated by Mr. Jobs, and refuses to let his wife or two kids to use any Apple product. Too bad Microsoft doesn’t have products that are quite as good as Apple’s. Okay, maybe I’ll give you the Zune, but there aren’t any Windows Mobile phones that come close to the slickness of the iphone. I love my Treo 800w, but it doesn’t sell quite as well as the iphone. Someone sneak Melinda an iphone!
If it’s not enough that “scientists”, have been claiming that cell phones cause cancer for years, when you can ask any RF engineer and they’ll laugh at you for such a silly idea. Apparently engineers know more about engineering than biologists and doctors do. Similar to saying I know more about writing than the journalist in the below story. Why you might ask? Because if you read the story, the headline is highly inaccurate. Nickel on cell phone cases causes an allergic reaction in about 12 people, not the cell phone itself. So reading this article, or even the blog entry, is about as informational as watching anything about the economy on the news in the last 3 weeks. Don’t worry the story below was edited by “Opheera McDoom” What a name..
LONDON (Reuters) – Doctors baffled by an unexplained rash on people’s ears or cheeks should be on alert for a skin allergy caused by too much mobile phone use, the British Association of Dermatologists said on Thursday.
Have you ever hit “Send” on a text message on your mobile phone before addressing it? Ever wondered where all those lost SMS text messages go? If so, you might want to speak with Stan Bubrouski, whose cell phone has been channeling wayward text messages from across the country for years.read more | digg story
So at 12:45 a.m., Mr. Ostrovsky’s phone rang. It was an Apple employee, telling him that in addition to the song, Apple was giving him a 20-inch iMac, 10 iPods and a $10,000 gift card for the iTunes store. It is even establishing a scholarship at the Juilliard School in his name.
What’s in A Name?
DC’s Thanksgiving is over. And I hope we all had something to be thankful for. Now that our bellies are full we can all get ready to empty our wallets as we speed towards the December “Holidays.” It’s almost time for Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa and, perhaps some other holiday I don’t yet know about.
These past few weeks there’s been a lot of hoopla in Massachusetts (where else) about the possible renaming of a “Christmas Tree.”
Yup, those folks in charge of “stuff” are trying to decide if the official state “Christmas Tree” should instead be called a “Holiday Tree” (to better include other religions and secularists during the “Holiday Season.”
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It’s a good time to be a witch, says a Costa Mesa wife, mom and author of ‘The Enchanted Diary.’
Continue reading Wife, Mom, Author, Witch.
Halloween is the holiday that most associate with witches and pagans, but it’s actually one of eight sabbats – or holidays – that pagans celebrate.
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DERBY Make-believe witches may worry most about not getting enough chocolate today. But a real-life witch has her hands full with more pressing matters.
Alicia Folberth, a Wiccan high priestess, has persuaded the state Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities to review her complaint last June that she was fired, ostensibly because of her need for time off to practice her faith.
Continue reading Wiccan fights for religious freedom