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Month – August 2011

Sunday Spamzookery

Yes, Murdoc’s email was hacked and sent out tons of spam Sunday night and Monday morning. Murdoc’s apologies. I think it’s under control now, but if you’ve received any crap after about 10:30am EDT today (29 Aug) let me know.

Change

When’s the last time you saw polling about the prospect of an incumbent President even being the nominee? Gallup finds that Obama’s overall approval rating is down to 39%, the lowest of his Presidency. My gut tells me that whatever the polls tell me his approval rating is publicly, it’s probably a bit worse. I’m […]

‘It’s Vexing’

Falcon hypersonic vehicle test flight fails The unmanned aircraft, dubbed Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2, was meant to test new technologies that could give the Pentagon the capability to deliver non-nuclear military strikes anywhere on the globe in less than an hour. But the Falcon’s test flight ended prematurely and it plunged into the Pacific […]

‘You Lie!’ was met with Boos

And it turns out that Wilson was right all along. The president was lying. “Health centers do not, as a matter of routine practice, ask about or collect data on citizenship or other matters not related to the treatment needs of the patients seeking health services at the center,” [Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) […]

Stupid Headline of the Day

At Auschwitz, future U.S. military leaders learn what not to do Yeah. Because otherwise they would have set up concentration camps and genocided someone. Honestly, the story reads like it was written by whoever directed that Coke commercial where everyone wants to teach the world to sing.

Friday Linkzookery – 05 Aug 2011

Army announces switch to 9-month deployments Applies to Division-level and lower deployments everywhere. Hobbyists’ toy truck saves 6 soldiers’ lives in Afghanistan It would have cost DARPA 1.3 bazillion dollars to develop one that is half as good. Royal Navy warship HMS Liverpool comes under heavy fire Rockets from Lybia missed but earned a response […]