01 May 2010

Link roundup for 1 May 2010

Tim Minchin has a catchy new song about the Pope. Don't be put off by the first 30 seconds -- he has a point to make.

For those who don't wish to observe National Prayer Day, there is an alternative event.

Rachel Petterson of Oregon seems to really like dogs. This restau-rant in Australia dislikes certain dogs (found via Mendip).

The Indian military is wasting the taxpayers' money.

Here's something unusual -- actual photos of Hell, the same Hell mentioned in the Bible.

In protest over Comedy Central's cowardice in the face of Muslim threats, May 20 is Draw Muhammad Day (sent by Mendip).

Uh-oh -- it's the quack superbomb.

It's not just your imagination -- we really are surrounded by nuts.

Certain technology is now out of date.

Part 3 of Parsley's Pics's series on the John Birch Society is up. See also part 1 and part 2.

Paul Krugman's predictions about reaction to the Louisiana oil spill are borne out.

The Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket Constance McMillen's graduation.

Maybe big government isn't so bad.

The Catholic Church has its priorities.

A Russian publisher makes what may be the most embarrassing gaffe ever (found via Mendip).

The financial crisis in southern Europe is broadening.

The Bush administration forced the EPA to ignore science.

Chimpanzees deal with death somewhat as we do. More here.

Doctors (and robots) in Britain have carried out the world's first heart operation by remote control.

4 Comments:

Blogger Ranch Chimp said...

Good Morning Mr.Infidel!

Science Daily was a treat read as far as heart surgery robotic's. You know, I was watching some video documentary piece, not long back of a doctor in Houston(TX) who was treating patient's in other location's through video and robotic tech's (not anything like heart surgery), but it was intersesting. I just cant recall where I seen it, something like "60 Minute's" or something.

Mr. Willis' piece on Lousiana's Gov.Jindal was a good point, which was the first thing I noticed yesterday in the news when Jindal was "asking" for help. Alot of these sob's whine constantly about too much government intervention from Washington, but are alway's the first in line with their cup held out asking for it when shit hit's home. One of the biggest full o' shit governor's has to be Rick Perry of Texas, this ole boy alway's has his cup and hand out, and speak's constantly about shit like independence, etc, etc, less government interference, no handout's from Washington, etc. Texas get's big buck's from Washington and been for year's, even under democrat governor's, this is all political baloney talk, just like all that seccession stuff.

Liked the piece's from "BeAttitude" and "Daily Dish" on Chimp's .... yes they are emotional as I am or anyone else on death of those close, sadness, etc. (even happiness) I even look at their value's, and other trait's which many human's think are only exclusive to them. And I dont just limit my thinking like this to chimp's .... spend a long while with just your home pet, like say your dog, and see their reaction when you are sick or in trouble/ harm, or they are "sad" or whatever.

Anywayz, Thanx and have a good un Guy ....

01 May, 2010 08:05  
Anonymous rita said...

I honestly did not know it was illegal to have sex with animals,disgusting maybe, but illegal? I know it's illegal to torture animals, (unless you are a scientific lab, then you can torture the hell out of them) but maybe the dogs liked it...
It must be a moral issue, right?

02 May, 2010 07:31  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

RC: Once remote-control surgery is perfected, it has a lot of potential. Doctors in the US could operate on soldiers in war zones where surgeons are not available, for example.

Rita: I imagine enforcement isn't a priority. And of course in most cases there's no way anyone would know about it.

02 May, 2010 09:54  
Blogger mendip said...

Excellent links - thanks! Particularly enjoyed the series on the Birchers. I would simply add that they are one link in a long chain that goes back into the mid 19th century, (with groups like the No Nothings, and various nativist groups and the original KKK, and continued into the last 50 years with the Renaissance party, the various off-shoot Klans, the Minutemen, Posse Comitatus, etc., etc.

02 May, 2010 10:03  

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