Monthly Archives: April 2006

Last of the Real Americans

“There are times, Mr. Speaker, when we must look beyond the mundane and the pragmatic, and take a stand based on our values, and our vision for the state we are, and the kind of state we wish to become.

Posted in NIR

Clubs to begin finger scan pilot

Biometric scanners have been installed in pubs and clubs Pubs and clubs in Yeovil are to start scanning the fingers of drinkers in an attempt to make the town safer. Biometric scanners have been installed in a number of venues

Posted in NIR

Civil Defense All-Purpose Survival Crackers

Cold War bunker found in Brooklyn Bridge

Posted in Armageddon, People, True

Putting a stop to it.

Our political system is based on the assumption that there are always checks and balances to prevent unbalanced legislation becoming law. […] “What you don’t seem to understand is that we are good people!” […] Guardian Assumption is the mother

Posted in People, The Law, Yes yes yes!

It's this bad already

Rumsfeld sued over Pentagon’s recruiting database […] The Pentagon last year acknowledged it had created a database of 12 million Americans, full of personal data such as grades and Social Security numbers, to help find potential military recruits. The Pentagon

Posted in NIR, Privacy

V for Vindication

A Canadian scientist says teens who used to view CDs as superior to older vinyl records now consider vinyl superior to the newer format. David Hayes of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto says

Posted in Music

Captain Hogwash's Offensive

(Ha, beaten to it while I was working! Darn you and your socks!) It looks like the government are finally seeing what hatred their piratical mutiny of HMS UK propogates. You will see that not only the readers of the

Posted in Politricks