Link roundup for 1 May 2010
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Certain technology is now out of date.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.