Monday, September 15, 2008

Monday is no drive at all whatsoever.

Good morning and good day. Here is a link blog.


Bush’s Last Hurrah? Record Arms Sales, War in Pakistan and More Threats to Iran (

Kucinich: Over 2 million Americans have signed petitions demanding impeachment, making it one of the greatest exercises in grassroots democracy in recent times (

CHARLIE GIBSON: Do you agree with the Bush doctrine? SARAH PALIN: In what respect, Charlie? GIBSON: What do you interpret it to be? PALIN: You mean his world view? GIBSON: Um, no. (

Wikileaks obtains 10 years of messages, interviews from Osama bin Laden translated by CIA (

McCain's campaign caught red-handed lying about Obama: This Is How You Stick It To Lying Republican Hacks (

Keith Olbermann weighs in on the Palin interview...this guy is so on the money! (

Barack Obama v. Bill O'Reilly - Part 3 - 9/9/08 (

Barack Obama v. Bill O'Reilly - Part 4 - 9/10/08 (

|world news|

All 22 Countries Surveyed by BBC would rather see Obama president, by a Margin of 4:1 (

"There is no such organisation as ‘Al Qaeda’. The spooks know this, Cabinet Ministers know this and so do the ‘security correspondents" (

"About 60 countries get annual military aid from the United States, $4.5 billion a year, to help them buy American weapons" (

Who runs Russia? Getting to the bottom of the shadowy depths of Kremlin decision-making is tricky. (

"About two weeks ago, Putin gave [CNN] an exclusive 30-minute interview. And you know what happened? Nothing. It was never allowed to air." (

American intelligence confirms that the latest military actions in South Ossetia were started by Georgia and Russia’s position in the conflict was correct (

Pakistan deploys F-16s which US gave them against US' Predator drones (


Last year, we spent more on Poland Spring, Fiji Water, Evian, Aquafina, and Dasani than we spent on iPods or movie tickets--$15 billion (

Climate Refugees: A 21st Century Challenge (

Inefficient and environmentally damaging, the corn-ethanol boondoggle will nonetheless be hard to stop. (

Less than 8% of world's forests are protected - 20 beautiful examples (

"Our oceans carry less than a tenth the number of fish they once held, yet few of us have any sense that something is wrong." (


Simple powder to beat 2,400 genetic diseases goes on sale in two years (

Born to Run: What Humans Really Evolved to Do (

The Internet as we know it is facing a serious threat. (

The Next Internet: Geotagged everything pops up on your phone. Tonchidot, a Japanese startup, is a hit at TechCrunch50. Very cool. (

Prof Stephen Hawking is to unveil a remarkable £500,000 clock with no hands that pays tribute to the world's greatest clockmaker. (

7 Wonders of Modern Engineering (

Video That Explains How The Large Hadron Collider Works (

ABC News: Scientists fight to study pot's benefits (

The Origins of High Fructose Corn Syrup (


Lehman Bankrupcy: 613 Billion in Debts, mostly owed to banks from Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York, Singapore and Taipei. (

Emergency measures: ECB injects 30 B Euros, BofE injects 9 B Pounds, in effort to help stabilize world financial system. (

Merrill Lynch is no more, purchased by Bank of America for $50 billion or $29 a share (

`Tectonic' Shift on Wall Street as Lehman Fails, Merrill Sold (

Dow futures down over 300 points ... get ready for a "Black" Monday (

"In other words, instead of deleveraging, the banks have just shifted a chunk of their risk to the central bank. As spectacular as this weekend was, more drama is on the way." (

China may cut its dollar holdings (


Tina Fey As Sarah Palin On SNL (

Daaaaamn. These guys are nuts. Two skateboarders in powder blue suits hauling ass down the longest hill I've ever seen. Skip to 2:20 if you want to get right to the action. (

Why We Drink - cool stream of consciousness vid (

Mac. Nobody gives a shit. (

Computer Cases Modded to the Max! (

Dangerous Knowledge: A documentary about famous mathematicians/scientists, and the problems that drove them insane (