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23 May, 2010

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The Supreme Court says that corporations have the same rights as individuals. When they misbehave, shouldn't they face consequences as serious as those imposed upon an individual?

Susan Estrich: Guns and Drugs (
Reasonable people can disagree about whether Mexico's president should criticize the Arizona legislature in front of a joint session of Congress. What he said was nothing new. Whether it was good manners to say it (as if the Capitol is the home of good manners) is something else.

BOB HERBERT: A Very Bright Idea (
Two New York City high schools are offering college degrees, addressing both the importance of academic achievement and the spiraling cost of higher education.

JACQUES STEINBERG: "Plan B: Skip College" (
WHAT'S the key to success in the United States?

Jeff Brenzel: An Imaginary Commencement Speech at Yale (
This year, Bill Clinton is addressing the graduating senior class of Yale during its Class Day exercises on May 24. Though this class was the very first that I admitted as the Dean of Admissions here, I cannot blame the class leadership for choosing him rather than me to provide their sendoff.

Richard Roeper: Keep weighty issues out of beauty contests (
Was Miss USA runner-up Miss Oklahoma robbed of the crown because she supports Arizona's immigration law?

How to survive workplace stress in the recession (
Stress is on the rise, due to the recession. Emine Saner hears how to survive job insecurity, huge workloads and those very long hours.

Marilyn Preston: How to Fight WLP! The Last Battle of the Bulge (
Connie - an old friend with a new perspective - lost 52 pounds over the last eight months, and she's got 38 wiggly ones to go. Until now, everything's been over-the-moon great. After a lifetime of stupid gimmicky starvation diets that never worked, Connie has seen the light, and it's not spelled l-i-t-e.

Sharon Salzberg: Stress Relief: How Silence Can Help Us Unplug (
When I did a CD kit called Unplug, a few of my friends chuckled. "You have to plug it in to get directions on how to unplug," one witty pal pointed out. True enough, and perhaps somewhat ironic, but also not a problem.

"The Cradle" by Patrick Somerville: A review by Jim Ruland
At first blush, Somerville's debut endeavors to explore territory that many writers have stumbled over (and stumbled badly), but Somerville doesn't miss a step. The Cradle is more than a high concept hook, it's a hugely engaging read with characters you'll fall in love with and a plot full of surprises. There be chaos in The Cradle, and plenty of it, but the end result of all Somerville's rule-breaking is something orderly, unusual, and oxymoronic: a tightly plotted road novel.

D.G. MYERS: In Praise of Prose (
In a literary age dominated by absurdists, genre benders, hysterical realists, and post-modern transgressives, Francine Prose quietly goes about her business within the great tradition of the novel, coming out every year or so with a new book that unravels human complexities by telling an interesting story about them.

Devo's lessons learned from a focus group: Don't give the kids a ballad (
New Wave survivor Devo wanted its comeback album to be decided by a committee of sorts.


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Trivia Question from Yesterday

Who was the first female American journalist to interview a president?

      Anne Newport Royall                                                      Source A   and   Source B

Marian the Teacher was first, and correct, with:
   Anne Newport Royall

Alan J answered:
   Anne Newport Royall

joe b wrote:
   I think it was Helen Thomas and she interviewed John F. Kennedy.

Sally said:
   Ann Newport Royall (circa 1750 - 1850) is credited as being the first, 'female reporter' to interview a President. I remember studying about her in college (circa, Woman'd Lib era). She was a feisty babe, having been first screwed by the husband, and then, after his death, by his family. In her quest to gather evidence of his war record, she did quite a bit of traveling, and in turn, writing. While in Washington, DC, she remembered that President, John Q Adams went bathing early in the mornings in the Potomac River (God, talk about being a bog...). IAC, she gathered his clothes and sat on them until he answered her questions and ATST, granting her an interview. I love this story...
If you would go into the Post Office in Germany, you could purchase this stamp in her honor.

Charlie responded:
   Though the story is said to be apocryphal, Anne Newport Royall is said to have interviewed John Quincy Adams after finding him swimming nude in the Potomac River.

MAM   wrote:
   Anne Newport Royall (1769-1854) - first female journalist in the U.S., first woman to interview a President, John Quincy Adams.

And, Joe S replied:
   My first thought was Helen Thomas, but I knew that wasn't right. I was right, it wasn't. It is Anne Royall. I should have known.
  "One of the more embarrassing interviews of history was obtained from a President of the United States by a newspaper woman who sat on his clothes as he bathed in the Potomac and refused to budge until he answered her questions.
  The President was John Quincy Adams and his interviewer was Anne Royall, who used to rampage up and down the country under her own steam, a virago in a calico gown with mutton sleeves and a poke bonnet. Women covered themselves with veils as she hove in sight; men held their hats before their faces lest her demon blue eyes burn them up. Anne was a legend and a holy terror, convicted ultimately as a common scold."



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"The Problem With Young People Today"

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Link from RJ

Star Trek Art

Hi there

Discover this great piece of art today! Hope you like it too!

Amazing Star Trek Art at Microsoft

Microsoft's Studio D offices in Redmond, Washington have something that every Star Trek fan would love to have in their own home. However, it probably came at quite a price! The work called Mirror Universe by sculptor Devorah Sperber is based on images from the 1967 episode Mirror, Mirror. In this episode the crew encounter their evil counterparts from a parallel universe.

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Ark Of Darkness


In The Chaos Household

Last Night

Sunny but cooler.

Jo the lucky lizard's luck seems to be running thin.

His eyesight is fading, and when a lizard can't see, he can't eat, starvation ensues, and then Mr. Death pays a visit.

He was already an adult when he entered pet-status 10 summers ago, so he's really old in Lizard-years.

Yesterday we bought some giant tweezers (technically tongs) to see if we could help him meet his cricket quota.

I'm happy to report he ate 2 yesterday, and 1 today, so the mood around here has improved. Dramatically.

Tonight, Sunday:

CBS starts the night with '60 Minutes', followed by the FRESH 'ACM Presents: Brooks & Dunn -- The Last Rodeo', then a RERUN 'CSI: The Original One'.

NBC opens the night with 'Dateline', followed by a FRESH 'Minute To Win It', then a FRESH 'Celebrity Apprentice'.

ABC fills the night with the SERIES FINALE 'Lost'.
Special FRESH 'Jimmy Kimmel', with another hour of 'Lost' fluffing.

The CW fills the night with the movie 'GoldenEye'.

Faux has a FRESH 'Til Death', followed by a RERUN 'Simpsons', then the SEASON FINALE 'Simpsons', followed by the SEASON FINALE 'Cleveland Show', then the hourlong SEASON FINALE 'Family Guy'.

MY recycles an old 'That 70s Show', followed by another old 'That 70s Show', then an old 'House', followed by another old 'House'.

A&E has all 'Hoarders' all night.

AMC offers the movie 'Master & Commander: The Far Side Of The World', followed by the movie 'True Crime', then a FRESH 'Breaking Bad'.

BBC  -   
 [12:00 PM]   Top Gear - Episode 2
 [1:00 PM]   Star Trek: The Next Generation - Ep 4 Suddenly Human
 [2:00 PM]   Star Trek: The Next Generation - Ep 5 Legacy
 [3:00 PM]   Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares - Ep 1 Handlebar
 [4:00 PM]   Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares - Ep 2 Giuseppi's
 [5:00 PM]   Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares - Ep 3 Trobiano's
 [6:00 PM]   Secret Wilderness: Japan
 [7:00 PM]   Jungle: Canopy
 [8:00 PM]   March of the Penguins
 [9:40 PM]   Beatles Biggest Secrets
 [9:40 PM]   Beatles Biggest Secrets
 [11:00 PM]   March of the Penguins
 [12:40 AM]   Beatles Biggest Secrets
 [2:00 AM]   March of the Penguins
 [3:40 AM]   Beatles Biggest Secrets, Part 1
 [3:40 AM]   Beatles Biggest Secrets, Part 1
 [4:00 AM]   Beatles Biggest Secrets, Part 2
 [5:00 AM]   BBC World News
 [5:00 AM]   BBC World News
 [6:00 AM]   BBC World News    (ALL TIMES EST)

Bravo has all 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' all night.

Comedy Central has the movie 'Blue Collar Comedy Tour', followed by the movie 'Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One For The Road'.

FX has the movie 'Beowulf', followed by the movie 'Mission: Impossible II'.

History has 'America The Story Of Us', 'Pawn Stars', another 'Pawn Stars', followed by a FRESH 'America The Story Of Us'.

IFC  -   
 [6:45 AM]    The Ballad of the Sad Cafe
 [8:30 AM]    A Good Woman
 [10:05 AM]    United We Stand
 [10:15 AM]    House of D
 [12:00 PM]    Modern Toss
 [12:30 PM]    Modern Toss
 [1:00 PM]    Modern Toss
 [1:30 PM]    Modern Toss
 [2:00 PM]    Modern Toss
 [2:30 PM]    Modern Toss
 [3:00 PM]    Food Party
 [3:15 PM]    A Good Woman
 [4:50 PM]    Heaven
 [6:30 PM]    Good Guys Wear Black
 [8:15 PM]    Saw
 [10:00 PM]    Arrested Development
 [10:30 PM]    Arrested Development
 [11:00 PM]    Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
 [12:30 AM]    Good Guys Wear Black
 [2:15 AM]    Saw
 [4:00 AM]    Wrong
 [4:15 AM]    Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
 [5:40 AM]    Food Party
 [5:55 AM]    Danton     (ALL TIMES EST)

Sundance  -   
 [6:05 AM]    A Christmas Tale
 [8:45 AM]    Pleasure Of Being Robbed
 [10:00 AM]    THE LAZY ENVIRONMENTALIST - Season 2, Episode 5 - Lazy Band/Lazy Mover
 [10:30 AM]    Waste: The Nuclear Nightmare - Sundance Film
 [11:50 AM]    Rains - Sundance Film
 [12:00 PM]    ICONOCLASTS - Quentin Tarantino + Fiona Apple (Episode 3, Season 2)
 [1:00 PM]    Episode 1
 [1:30 PM]    Episode 2
 [2:00 PM]    Episode 3
 [2:30 PM]    Episode 4
 [3:00 PM]    Episode 5
 [3:30 PM]    Episode 6
 [4:00 PM]    Episode 1
 [4:30 PM]    Episode 2
 [5:30 PM]    Episode 4
 [6:00 PM]    Episode 5
 [6:30 PM]    Episode 6
 [7:00 PM]    Pulling
 [8:00 PM]    Monster
 [10:00 PM]    The Wedding Weekend - Sundance Film
 [11:40 PM]    California Dreamin'
 [2:15 AM]    Monster
 [4:15 AM]    The Wedding Weekend - Sundance Film
 [5:50 AM]    Pulling    (ALL TIMES EST)

SyFy has the movie 'Aliens', followed by the movie 'Casino Royale'.

 [6:30 AM]      The Captain's Paradise (1953)
 [8:15 AM]      Double Wedding (1937)
 [10:00 AM]      Marty (1955)
 [12:00 PM]      Roustabout (1964)
 [2:00 PM]      In Cold Blood (1967)
 [4:30 PM]      The Wild One (1953)
 [6:00 PM]      Sounder (1972)
 [8:00 PM]      A Kid For Two Farthings (1956)
 [10:00 PM]      The Rising of the Moon (1957)
 [11:30 PM]      Now Playing June (2010)
 [12:00 AM]      The Big Parade (1925)    SILENT 
 [2:15 AM]      The Story Of Adele H. (1975)    [AKA: 'L'histoire d'Adèle H.']
 [4:00 AM]      Les Miserables (1935)
 [5:00 AM]      Les Miserables (1952)     (ALL TIMES EST)

Monday  -  05/24/10

TCM spends the night with Hollywood-versions of works by Ernest Hemingway
 [7:00 AM]      Before I Hang (1940)
 [8:15 AM]      The Face Behind The Mask (1941)
 [9:30 AM]      Flight Lieutenant (1942)
 [11:00 AM]      Dangerous Blondes (1943)
 [12:30 PM]      Nine Girls (1944)
 [2:00 PM]      Strange Affair (1944)
 [3:30 PM]      There's Something About a Soldier (1943)
 [5:00 PM]      Renegades (1946)
 [6:30 PM]      Johnny O'Clock (1947)
 [8:00 PM]      For Whom The Bell Tolls (1943)
 [11:00 PM]      The Old Man and the Sea (1958)
 [12:30 AM]      A Farewell To Arms (1932)
 [2:15 AM]      The Gun Runners (1958)
 [3:45 AM]      To Have And Have Not (1944)

 [5:30 AM]      Now Playing June (2010)     (ALL TIMES EST)

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British musician Elton John performs at the Rock in Rio Music Festival in Lisbon May 22, 2010.
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Cannes First

'Queer Palm'

US director Gregg Araki on Saturday scooped the first Queer Palm ever handed out at the Cannes film festival.

Awarded to a film for "its contribution to lesbian, gay, bi or trans" issues, the jury looked at a dozen movies before handing it to Araki for his university campus tale about a bi-sexual student convinced he is the witness of a gruesome murder.

The Berlin film festival pioneered LGBT prizes, creating the Teddy Awards in 1987. It was followed by the Venice festival in 2007 which hands out a Queer Lion.

"I thought that the world's biggest film festival could no longer ignore this sector," the founder of the award, Franck Finance-Madureira said.

'Queer Palm'


In this photo taken by AP Images for Hebrew National Hot Dog; Actress Cheryl Hines helps Hebrew National and kickoff summer with free hot dogs and entertainment at their Better-Than-A-Picnic Picnic Tour Saturday, May 22, 2010, in New York.
Photo by David Goldman




What's 500 Years?

Nicolaus Copernicus

Nicolaus Copernicus, the 16th-century astronomer whose findings were condemned by the Roman Catholic Church as heretical, was reburied by Polish priests as a hero on Saturday, nearly 500 years after he was laid to rest in an unmarked grave.

His burial in a tomb in the cathedral where he once served as a church canon and doctor indicates how far the church has come in making peace with the scientist whose revolutionary theory that the Earth revolves around the Sun helped usher in the modern scientific age.

Copernicus, who lived from 1473 to 1543, died as a little-known astronomer working in what is now Poland, far from Europe's centers of learning. He had spent years laboring in his free time developing his theory, which was later condemned as heretical by the church because it removed Earth and humanity from their central position in the universe.

After his death, his remains rested in an unmarked grave beneath the floor of the cathedral in Frombork, northern Poland, the exact location unknown.

Nicolaus Copernicus


The Mystery Behind History's Most Legendary Sea Monsters


Banned At Nevada Polling Places

Chicken Costumes

Voters dressed in chicken costumes won't be allowed inside Nevada polling places this year.

State election officials on Friday added chicken suits to the list of banned items after weeks of ridicule directed at Republican Senate candidate Sue Lowden.

The millionaire casino executive and former beauty queen recently suggested that people barter with doctors for medical care, like when "our grandparents would bring a chicken to the doctor."

Democrats responded by setting up a website, "Chickens for Checkups," and by sending volunteers in chicken suits to her campaign events.

Chicken Costumes




Swedish Stamp Keeps World Record

"Treskilling Yellow"

The Swedish "Treskilling Yellow" retained its title as the world's most expensive stamp when it changed hands at a private sale shrouded in secrecy, the auctioneer claimed Saturday.

The one-of-a-kind 1855 misprint was sold to a group of buyers who asked that their identities and the winning bid be kept confidential, said auctioneer David Feldman.

He declined to reveal whether the sale matched the 2.875 million Swiss francs (then about $2.3 million) price it set a record for in 1996.

He added that both the price and identity of the buyers, who took part in the telephone auction against a single rival bidder, would likely become public knowledge eventually.

"Treskilling Yellow"


Singer Eddie Money performs on the first day of qualifications for the Indianapolis 500 auto race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Saturday,May 22, 2010.
Photo by Darron Cummings


13 Unusual Flip Flops and Sandals ~ Now That's Nifty


Baby News

Ye Li & Yao Ming

China's star NBA center Yao Ming and wife Ye Li are the proud parents of a baby girl, a statement released by his US representatives on Friday said.

The baby was born in Houston on Friday and weighs 7 pounds, 9 ounces, according to the announcement from BDA Sports Management. Both mother and daughter are in good health.

The couple's decision to return to their home in Houston, where Yao plays for the NBA's Rockets, had sparked some debate among Yao's fans in China, some of whom were dismayed by the idea the child could have an American passport.

Ye Li & Yao Ming


Vidiot Speak


Caught Releasing User Data

Facebook, MySpace

In a seemingly never-ending string of damaging disclosures about its users' privacy concerns, Facebook has reportedly been releasing user data to ad companies that hadn't even asked for the info.

Facebook isn't alone this time: rival social-media site MySpace has also been called out in Friday's Wall Street Journal report by Emily Steel and Jessica E. Vascellaro - together with the content-sharing sites Livejournal and Digg.

The report says that the companies have delivered user data to major online advertising companies such as Google's DoubleClick and Yahoo!'s Right Media, despite explicit pledges to protect such information. The released material includes user names and ID numbers, together with data that could be used to accumulate a host of additional information on individual users, such as where they live, their names, occupations, incomes and places of employment.

Facebook, MySpace


Francine Cousteau, the widow of French marine explorer Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau, arrives on the red carpet for the screening of the film UtomlyonnyeSolntsem 2: Predstoyanie (Burnt by the Sun 2: Exodus) in competition at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival in Cannes May 22, 2010. Nineteen films are competing for the prestigious Palme d'Or which will be awarded on May 23.
Photo by Eric Gaillard


10 Amazing Phenomenon of a Normal Human Mind


Killer Acquitted


A jury acquitted a man Friday of killing up-and-coming Atlanta rapper Dolla during a shooting last year at a crowded, upscale Los Angeles mall.

Jurors rejected prosecutors' contentions that the killing of Dolla, whose real name was Roderick Anthony Burton II, was a callous act of apparent revenge.

Burton and his accused shooter, Aubrey Louis Berry, had been involved in a fight at an Atlanta club less than two weeks before the shooting last May.

Berry's attorney had contended the shooting was an act of self-defense, emphasizing that Burton - a protege of hip-hop artist Akon - glorified a violent gangster lifestyle in his rap lyrics and online videos.



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Righting A Wrong

Elouise Cobell

Elouise Cobell sat behind her cluttered desk here in the windblown heart of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and peered at a visitor through dark glasses that couldn't quite hide the deep bruise that ran down her cheek to her jaw.

Her appearance made her a bit self-conscious, offering an unexpected glimpse of a woman who had built a reputation for fearlessness after 14 years standing toe-to-toe with the federal government in an attempt to recover billions of dollars of squandered Indian trust money.

Cobell, 64, fainted in Washington, D.C., during a trip in April to meet with congressional leaders. She hit the sidewalk hard and was rushed to the hospital to treat a fractured orbital bone. She hadn't slept the night before her collapse and spent that whole day rushing from meeting to meeting, she explained.

But with the end in sight to her long fight - a $3.4 billion settlement that could be approved by Congress this month - the bruises have not slowed her down. Neither has the buildup to the vote, which has meant countless meetings, phone calls and dusty road trips to remote parts of Indian country.

Cobell's class-action lawsuit represents at least 300,000 and maybe as many as 500,000 Indians who own property that the government holds in trust for them. The Department of Interior leases that land to others to farm or develop resources, and by agreement is supposed to pay the Indians the money generated by the land into Individual Indian Money trust accounts, or IIMs.

Elouise Cobell


Lewis Chessmen are seen before the start of an exhibit at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, Scotland May 20, 2010. The Lewis Chessmen consist of 93 pieces of elaborately worked walrus ivory and whales' teeth in the forms of seated kings and queens, mitred bishops, knights on their mounts, standing warders and pawns in the shape of obelisks. They are thought to have been made in Norway about AD 1150-1200 and were found on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland in the late 1800's.
Photo by David Moir




Law Triggers Concert Cancellations


The fear and anger stirred by Arizona's new immigration enforcement law are beginning to take a toll on concerts in the state, particularly on events featuring Mexican artists.

Hip-hop acts Pitbull and Cypress Hill have canceled upcoming shows in Arizona to protest the new law, which will take effect July 29. The legislation will require local authorities to determine a person's immigration status if he or she is suspected of being undocumented.

Banda star Jenni Rivera and reggaeton chart-toppers Wisin & Yandel are skipping the state on their AEG Live-promoted summer tours, while Mexican acts Conjunto Primavera and Espinoza Paz have canceled their previously announced concerts in Phoenix.



Mad Science Experiments


War Hero Bones


Mexico is dusting off urns containing skulls and bones of the country's Independence War heroes to try to confirm their identities decades after the remains were stored in a Mexico City monument.

Soldiers will remove the urns from a mausoleum within the monument on May 30 and carry them through the Mexican capital in a procession before handing the bones over to forensic anthropologists.

Historians have long questioned the listed identities of eight Independence War fighters whose remains were locked away along with those of the war's most famous hero, Miguel Hidalgo and three other decorated heroes.

As Mexico celebrates the bicentennial of its independence from Spain, the government has agreed to let anthropologists examine the bones so they can be properly labelled, briefly put on display to the public, and returned to the mausoleum.



The shoes of British singer Leona Lewis are pictured during her performance at the Rock in Rio Music Festival in Lisbon May 22, 2010.
Photo by Manuel Ribeiro


Rocket Cycles - Past, Present and Future


Self-Investigating Detective


A Nevada detective who serves as spokesman for a county sheriff's office was arrested and released, then sent media a release about it, accompanied by his booking photo.

David Boruchowitz turned himself in to Nye County jail on Friday. He was charged with burglary and assault to try to harass candidates for public office.

Boruchowitz says in his release that his duties include investigating and arresting people who commit crimes, "no matter who they may be."

Boruchowitz says he investigated his own case honestly and within state laws.



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Captures Fame On Toast

Lennie Payne

British artist Lennie Payne says he first thought about working with bread after making shapes with toast to entertain his daughter at breakfast.

That was 14 years ago, now the 46 year-old Payne is selling his portraits of famous faces such as Kate Moss or Barack Obama branded onto slices of bread for at least 5,000 pounds ($7,734) a piece.

Payne's artwork, some 28 paintings, will be on display through May 25 at the Maverik gallery in East London's Shoreditch at a show named "Where Is The Love?."

Many of the works on display are portraits of rock musicians such as Ian Brown or Noel Gallagher but the show also features a Gandhi portrait as well as anonymous faces of starving people.

Lennie Payne


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In this Thursday, May 20, 2010 photo, curiosity gets the better of a ring tailed lemur as it approaches the camera in the new Lemur Island exhibit at theN.C. Zoological Park in Asheboro, N.C., The zoo opened the new habitat Friday, May 21, 2010, which features eight lemurs.
Photo by Chuck Liddy


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