William Donohue railed against "incendiary," "inflammatory," and "scurrilous" bloggers...[CNN]
Congressman Gary Ackerman insisted that it would take little more than a "platoon of lesbians" to chase the U.S. military out of Baghdad [Thinkprogress via Nerve.com]
"farcical, saucy, and somewhat tragic, man-breasts" were deemed ideal "fodder" for the British tabloid media :) [Times online]
Donatella Versace told Hillary Clinton to stop wearing pants.[Reuters]
In Washington state, proponents of same-sex marriage pursued legislation that would annul all connubial unions still barren after three years [Washington News]
U.S . Representative Joe Baca denied calling a congressional colleague a "whore" [ Raw Story]
In Texas, elementary school children were increasingly becoming addicted to "chees", a potentially lethal combination of heroin and Tylenol PM. "Any child anywhere can afford a hit of cheese," said a detective. "It's just horrific." [ABC News]
Zimbabwe outlawed inflation [NY Times]
A British Muslim high school was under criticism for using textbooks that depicted Jews as apes and Christians as pigs, and predicted that all non-believers would be condemned to hellfire.[This London]
Remote-controlled "zombie computers" attacked three of the world's largest Internet servers [Boing Boing]Arthur Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times, said he wasn't sure if the paper would still be printed in 5 years, "And you know what?" Sulzberger added. "I don't care." [Haaretz]
February 13, 2007
Eileen Myles in an interview says : The little living human is framed, continually, by opposites. One of the ways we experience this is ...
Stasis! We know - well, most scientists but not all believe - that the universe is not static and is continually expanding but yes, energy...
Three poems today by William Carlos Williams, from Collected Poems, 1939-1962.... ... of the cradled mind, the restless nights, and pett...
“ There is poetry as soon as we realize that we possess nothing. ” ― John Cage I was exploring John Cage's minimalistic music earli...