"If I cook the stuffing inside my turkey, can I kill my guests? I'm not saying that would be a deal breaker." - Bartlet (The West Wing)
On Friday I got the new issue of Lucky in the mail. It is a magaizine all about shopping. I always enjoy looking at all the pictures and stuff. Which I am sure seems a bit unusual for a geek, but there are small numbers of geeks who are into shopping. I could ramble on and on about shopping, but I won't. However, I am going to mention the gray winter hat I purchased (on clearance) today at my favorite department store Von Maur. So moving on to more geeky things:
Many local businesses are hoping that the Shuttle launch will bring more people to Cocoa Beach, FL.
All about Longhorn security. Of course, the article doesn't really pin-point any one thing, but it is clear they are going to make some changes from the old way.
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Just news (not geeky in nature):
Price to send (snail) mail might increase by $0.02.
In the land of no consumer laws and a newspaper called the "freep" (e.g., Michigan): "House Dems want to repeal Michigan law that protects drug makers". It appears that "Michigan is the only state in the country to strictly limit lawsuits against producers of FDA-approved drugs". Wow. No wonder there is a huge Pfizer research center in Ann Arbor.
I have never seen the movie Seven however this is a very funny version of one of the scenes.