Drinking decaf might kill you! Apparently decaffeinated coffee raises your (harmful) LDL levels.
How much did Bavarian police know about the new variants of the Sober virus, and when did they know it? Do Munich cops have a man on the inside?
When you’re working on a case that has no merit, the first step to take is ask for evidence that doesn’t exist. And the SCO crackfest continues…
What was on Lewis ‘Scooter’ Libby’s mind about 10 years ago? According to this book he wrote, it was a putrid mishmash of sex slavery, rape, pedophilia, bestiality, scatology and incest. I honestly had no idea that this is what they meant by “family values”! Seriously though, you have to feel bad for the guy. He’s gone from fantasizing about a girl kept in a cage getting raped by a bear to himself potentially being put in a “cage” and being raped by a big, burly bear in the not-too-distant future… sometimes I think my life hasn’t turned out the way I planned, but at least I’ll never be known as the author of The Apprentice!
The Sony CD rootkit saga continues. To recap — Sony has so far hacked your computer and made it insecure as soon as you inserted one of their “copy-protected” CDs in your computer. So you want to remove that software and repair the security breach, right? Sony says, “not so fast” — and comes up with an uninstaller which is just as intrusive and invasive as the problem it purports to solve. Those guys just don’t get it, do they?
The 10 worst computer bugs in history. Some of them even killed people!
A liar’s history of the war in Iraq. The war as it was told at the time by George W. Bush. For an amusing game, have a shot of tequila every time you read a lie… but then you run the risk of waking up tomorrow in a pool of your own vomit with the article only a third read.
The FBI may well already know that you’re reading this. Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re *not* out to get you. Official oversight is soooooo twentieth-century…
Mark felt the little wind, slightly oil-tinged, which signalled the impending arrival of the train in the station.
This could be important. It was a big decision to take: to be or not to be. Literally. Continue reading “The Decision”
Ever get the feeling that you just dont see as many Hummers as you used to on the road? You might just be right (in SoCal at least). Of course that particular situation might be a little more extreme than others, but if it comes out that this is occurring in more places in America it could spell financial disaster for General Motors — how many units *are* being transferred to dealers only to sit unsold in storage lots?