Does Mel Gibson have a leg to stand on when he complains about being crucified in the media?
Andrea Yates drowned her five children in the bathtub because she thought she had ruined them so much that one would grow up to be a serial killer and another would become a mute gay prostitute, a forensic psychiatrist testified Wednesday.
Ah-ha! The acorn doesn’t fall far from th… Nah.
Okay! Like mother, li… That’s not the right thing to say, either.
Got it! It should have happened a generation ago… Whoops.
“If she did not intervene and take their lives while they were still innocent, they would end up in hell,” he said, testifying as a defense rebuttal witness. “Mrs. Yates knew what she was doing was right for her children.“
They were intrigued by this week’s nanog posting of the
BGP Update Report Interval: 30-Jun-06 -to- 13-Jul-06 (14 days) Observation Point: BGP Peering with AS4637 TOP 20 Unstable Origin AS Rank ASN Upds % Upds/Pfx AS-Name 1 - AS15611 19231 1.6% 206.8 -- Iranian Research Organisation
They hope it is simple ironic coincidence. Nonetheless, they wonder how North Korean ASN’s are faring…
Other they: I am thoroughly, thoroughly, thoroughly confused.
they: Then you should be quite comfortable in that context of confusion.
And, of course, “Comfortable Context of Confusion” would be a great name for a band…
They.com has been re-themed, in case you didn’t notice…
It’s been a modest amount of effort re-doing the approximate look and feel of the previous theme, but they now have full widget support, with no extra plugins required to show RSS feeds.
Enough, already, right?
Oh, yeah.Â IE sucks. They are pretty certain everyone who deals with CSS comes to that same conclusion.
Today’s silliness brought to you by the word copper.
For that first link, you can personify the wire to get:
You’ll never get me!
Oh, and it costs $0.013 to make a copper. Sell! Sell! Sure, Enron took down your financial future, but it’s back — this time as pocket change! You can make a 30% return each time you get change back!
Update: The day after I post this, there is a local story about copper theft — this time, from children.
Further update: The problem is not limited to the USA…