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9/11 Tourettes

Who loves the Jon Stewart??? Everybody loves the Jon Stewart!!


By min | September 26, 2007, 12:44 PM | Liberal Outrage & TeeVee | Comments (0)| Link



The Phoenix

Ha! I told you! I told you it existed and you wouldn't believe me! Ha, i say! Ha!


By min | September 22, 2007, 5:45 PM | TeeVee | Comments (1)| Link



Not looking so good for Manimal or Automan

Dave's Long Box Nostalgiametrics


By fnord12 | September 19, 2007, 9:33 AM | TeeVee | Comments (2)| Link



Impartial Proselytising

BBC recently decided to drop a day of programming about environmental issues because 2 senior execs (Peter Horrocks - head of TV news - and Peter Barron - Newsnight editor) raised complaints that it was impartial. Horrocks is quoted saying it is not BBC's job to "proselytise" and lead a campaign to "save the planet" . They will, however, continue to provide "documentary style" programming on the issue. As long as they don't start to give equal time and consideration for every argument on any issue regardless of its basis in reality (e.g. evolution vs ID) that our media seems to equate with impartiality then we're ok.


By min | September 6, 2007, 9:40 AM | Liberal Outrage & TeeVee | Comments (0)| Link



Miscellany

The roundup:

CBS has a new reality tv show. Kid Nation. Kids aged 8-15 are brought to a deserted town in the middle of New Mexico and left there to see if they can work together to build a society. It's Survivor without the hooking up. I hope without the hooking up. Egad!

 

Apparently, "chronic sun exposure can hasten the breakdown [of skin] by 10 years or more." So, if you don't want to look like the old, wrinkly lady in There's Something About Mary, you'd better start applying sunblock all the time. Even if you're not going to the beach and even in the winter.

  Especially with all this global warming bunk.

The Arctic ice cap has collapsed at an unprecedented rate this summer and levels of sea ice in the region now stand at a record low, scientists said last night. Experts said they were "stunned" by the loss of ice, with an area almost twice as big as Britain disappearing in the last week alone. So much ice has melted this summer that the north-west passage across the top of Canada is fully navigable, and observers say the north-east passage along Russia's Arctic coast could open later this month. If the increased rate of melting continues, the summertime Arctic could be totally free of ice by 2030.

At least this has to cut down on all that baby seal clubbing, what with no ice for the clubbers to stand on and everything. It's prolly quite hard to get the proper leverage to club a baby seal from a boat.


By min | September 6, 2007, 9:22 AM | Science & TeeVee | Comments (0)| Link



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