As a Science Fiction fan, I'm interested in stories like this one. When I first saw the headline, I thought of the wealthy folks who paid to visit the International Space Station (and I wondered if they'd lined up a minister, yet...), but it turns out that they're just getting married on an airplane. Not exactly a first, but still kinda neat.
I had always thought that San Diego was a rather conservative town, at least by Southern California standards. Well, after reading this article by Chuck Norris, I'm not so sure anymore. Considering the video that DJP posted on Tuesday, maybe we're not as far behind Britain as I had thought.
It's always nice to see a court make a reasonable and rational decision for a change. Well, Niagara County, New York Judge Sara Sheldon Sperrazza has made such a decision. This should make punks and thugs think twice about saying, "No," when the crime lab tech pulls out the DNA swab!
“I don’t know anything about cars,” is what the new head of Government Motors (GM) said, according to this post at Bloomberg.com. At first glace, my reaction was, "Oh, great..." but, after further thought, it might not be such a bad idea to have someone from the outside come in a fix things. After all, look at how well those from inside the industry have done... And Whitacre, as a former AT&T executive, should definitely understand how Government involvement can screw up an industry!
Please tell me this isn't the apartment of the future? I'm all in favor of the efficient use of space, but... Of course, in the Obamaconomy, this may be all any of us can afford in a few years.
A good practical joke should be funny, but not destructive. This fails on both counts. Although it does point out the errors in critical thinking skills among many Americans these days.
That's all for this week!