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April 12, 2006

Los Angeles meetup, anyone? Right now, we're thinking Saturday, April 22 at Basix Cafe in West Hollywood. more inside
Youtube presents; Girls Tongues *possibly NSFW*
Oldest Hominid Fossils Found An international team including Tim White, of Berkeley, finds 4.1 million y.o. Au. anamensis fossils. more inside
Inside Guff on White House staff from a low level insider, posted at Something Awful, & gaining some attention at Kos. Brilliant satire or truth? No idea, but it's fun anyway. "Donald Rumsfeld needs to wear iced underwear ... He was recently getting uncontrollable long-term erections ... The underwear and the erections is why he uses a standing desk, not because he is some super-man. He also wears nylon stockings ... to control some vascular problem with his legs which causes him intense pain. President Bush uses anti-depressant medication, a lot of it, at a stupendous dosage, and he is hiding it from the American public. This is the real reason he stopped drinking. Because of the dosage, he is also impotent." Seen @ Screenhead. more inside
Monk Magazine I was perusing the front page when I thought of the shenanigans of a couple of guys who got tired of the rat race, hit the road in a beat up mobile home with their cats and created a magazine. more inside
Curious, George: Tell us a story I'm asking on behalf of #2, who has been looking for something similar to (but not) this story, the Parable of the Object-Oriented Toaster. more inside
"My Family and Other Animals." Last night, Masterpiece Theater on PBS (US) showed this memoir based on a story by Gerald Durrell about his family's stay in Corfu in the late 1930s. It made me love Masterpiece Theater all over again. more inside
10/25/86 A lot has been written about the '86 Fall Classic between the New York Mets and the Boston Red Sox. There were heroes and goats. Now relive the bottom of the 10th thanks to Google video and Nintendo RBI Baseball.
The CIA wants you! "Ideally, candidates would have a broad range of interests including such varied topics as: art, history, philosophy, travel, sports, writing, foreign languages, coaching, law enforcement, science, photography, music, theater, medicine, information technology, public relations, marketing, teaching, and culinary arts." The job: Polygraph examiner for the CIA