If you think all panhandlers are out for a donation to their living expenses, read this article in the Seattle Times about some sneaky ways they are catching drivers who do not wear their seat belts. I think that it’s a really good idea. I mean, yes, it is only a seat belt, but they save lives and you should have it on regardless. But, my favorite part of the article is near the end:
One passenger rolled down his window, hollered obscenities at Linn and hurled a half-full can of soda before he realized Linn was a trooper. The man was given a $1,050 littering ticket. A 15-year-old who was driving the car was cited for not having a valid license and for allegedly stealing his father’s rental car, Kesler said.
Yea, classic. Way to be, champ.
Only in America can you see this article about the Ten Commandments being displayed at an Everett Police Station and this article finding the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional on the front page of a news site on the same day.
When Marine recruiters go way beyond the call – After reading this, I felt sick. I can’t imagine anybody would do this to sombody else.
Complex thinking required to understand sarcasm – Ah, so this is why I am often misunderstood.
Moussaoui pleads guilty to role in Sept. 11 attacks, could be put to death – “He also acknowledged that, when questioned in Minneapolis less than a month before the Sept. 11 attacks, he ‘lied to federal agents to allow his Al-Qaida ‘brothers’ to go forward [and] … fly planes into American buildings.'”
Oscar’s Gift Basket – So, if I could only present an award… just one. That’s all I ask.
10 Things We Learned About Blogs – Yeah, the world takes note that blogs have this power that mainstream media just can’t quite grasp… the power of never letting up on a topic.