blips + updates
from John Strain's Blog a link to PsychJourney
an "...online community of health seekers, authors, artists, musicians, and mental and allied health professionals...
" that "...strongly believes that mental health professionals have much to learn from clients...
and whose mission is "...to build a cyber-bridge between health seekers and mental health professionals
e pluribus haiku
: Spare poetry / uses hyperlinks
/ for broad knowledge
/ saying much / with few words
from AlterNet via Ron's Log: Citizen Wal-Mart sics Secret Service on Schoolkid
. We have to thank the diligent
dunderhead working for minimum wage at the paragon of Noble Principles and Ethical Business Standards, Wal-Mart
, for alerting the nation of the dangers of free speech. Ron also asks if this Free Speech Mug
is being sold there or if it has already been remandered.
looks at eminent domain snafus, fast food outsourcing of drive through order windows, ethical business lapses and othere stuff that Big Media thinks is all a Yawn for the rest of us.
provides another fresh business perspective. Can't say I always agree, but the comments provoke me to think more.
Linda Rozen's War and Pieces
reports on national security and foreign policy issues from Washington, D.C. Again, a fresh perspective seldom heard about when elying on Beltway insiders for information.
At New Scientist a Creationist asserts that Astrology is scientific theory
and every bit as rigorously defended and researched as intelligent design.
NOW highlights FEMA
, the agency with no disaster remediation plan of its own.
"America may well be hit by another major terrorist attack, and we must be prepared for such an event. But ...hurricanes ...tornadoes, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, floods, windstorms, mudslides, power outages, fires and perhaps a pandemic flu will have to be dealt with on a weekly and daily basis ...They are coming for sure, sooner or later, even as we are, to an unconscionable degree, weakening our ability to respond to them."
and finally The Distant Outpost
with an endorsement of MacGyver for President in 2008
. At least with MacGyver in office every schoolkid will already know how to escape from a spent nuclear fuel reactor with only a bent paper clip in their pocket. That's
Homeland Secruity at its best, don't you think?