April 20, 2004

News roundup

Another pimple on the butt of humanity gets popped. Swing away, sister, swing away.

This is a little disturbing. Commit a crime on Indian lands and get prosecuted twice. Apparently this doesn't violate the double jeopardy clause. I remain unconvinced.

I'm betting that this stings a bit.

What do you mean, Ted Kennedy's driving me home?


So Coke has created C2, or Coke-lite. What kind of slogans will this stuff spawn?

1) "It's the really watered-down thing."
2) "I can't believe it's not Coke!"
3) "It tastes more like regular Dr. Pepper than bile."

Yes, they're crappy slogans. And no, I don't care. Actually, I'm more worried about the possibility of "New C2".

Whatever you say, my masters:



A disc that can hold 25 Gb of data and can be destroyed with a pair of scissors.
Pretty cool.

I agree with the #1 song on this list. Every time that song starts I have to control my gag reflex. But I still love The Sounds of Silence.

Wow! Lacy has really grown up.


No offense to Dr. Keilis-Borok, but isn't
predicting a big earthquake in California like predicting that the sun will rise in the east? He has given a pretty tight timeline, though.
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