Archives for September, 2009
Here is what one Minnesotan says: Also, find out about the Michele Bachmann Action Figure, and Michele Bachmann’s spread on the latest Conservative Calendar.
Blasphemy Day is the 30th of September. Don’t read this blog post in Ireland because there’s a 25 thousand pound fine there for the blasphemer .
Princeton, Minnesota, about five miles north of Zimmerman and thirty or so miles north of me, is the site of a rather odd event. Three “suspicious packages” were found around town, one by the post office, one at the high school, and one at the public utilities building.
The Roman Polanski story has certainly gotten interesting. Well, actually, the story is still only mildly interesting, but the discussion about it has developed in interesting ways. So, I thought I’d muddy the waters by throwing in a few thoughts.
According to Google, this is what wave (which is OpenSource) is: A wave is equal parts conversation and document. People can communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more. A wave is shared. Any participant can reply anywhere in the message, edit the content and add participants at any point…