Monday, February 25, 2008

Rumor has it they are cancelling Cashmere Mafia

It is sad to see it go. I really enjoyed the writing. I liked Sex in the City but I love Cashmere Mafia. It is unfortunate that ABC doesn't realize a good thing when it has it. They just have to
look at all the fan blogs to see the potential:

Even the comparison of lipstick jungle to cashmere mafia on some sites show what fans prefer:

So why is ABC cancelling it?

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Kinetic Energy Kill Vehicle to destroy "stray" satellite

From all the movies and propaganda we have about NASA. It makes you wonder how
such an agency loses control of a satellite. Interestingly enough it gives them an opportunity
to show off their Kinetic Energy Kill Vehicle.

Interestingly enough China did a test of this technogy on on January 12, 2007 so is the United States raising the bar.

For those thinking hey this is just a blog post here is an article on the NY Post confirming it too.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Signs and Wonders In The Skies

As I sit back with my son and watch the Lunar Eclipse at 9:00 tonight. I reflect back on the many meteors that are getting close to us or in the case of last night in Seattle, hitting us.

The meteor and the eclipse are not the only thing in the sky that will be falling to earth. Tonight, the US Government is supposed to destroy a satellite they lost control of by using a Kinetic kill.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

George Bush "Booster Shot" for the economy

George Bush has decided that the United States economy needs a booster shot to avoid economic downturn. Oddly we are already in a credit crisis in the United States so what is $300 extra dollars going to do to help people from losing their homes. Nice gesture George but not very thought out.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Bell is committed to your privacy, yeah right

Its always funny when calling Bell how they protect your privacy by asking for your home phone and security password when you call in but then you get stories like this:

Man arrested trying to sell Bell phone list

It seems 3.4 Million Names Bell customers are not being protected. It makes you wonder how safe our credit card info, our billing histories, are. Its funny because according to what I heard on the news, no security information was leaked, but if you want to find someone this list would provide their name and addresses and phone numbers. Combined with history of old numbers this could be used by stalkers to find people they lost because they moved and unlisted their numbers.

It would be interesting to hear from bell if any of the 3.4 million people had unlisted numbers in their directory. If so, then there is a security issue.

Monday, February 4, 2008

Osama Obama what's in a name? Will Obama track down Osama if he wins Super Tuesday?

I came across this posting on a social networking mailing list and it made be curious. Are we really hoping to capture him or just stay a few feet behind to win votes.

Super Tuesday approaches and everyone is wondering. Sicko the movie came out and exposed how Hillary Clinton wanted to present medicare changes back when bill was in office but quickly went quiet. We are seeing these promises again this election. Let's hope when she gets in that she does it and is not intimidated by the Republicans again.

Up here in Canada we have universal health care and that is one of the reasons I will not move to the states.

sarah silvermans fxxxing matt damon

I heard this from a friend that pointed me at this blog article. If that's true then Matt Damon is lucky because with all the hot air she spews, I am sure she is giving him much pleasure.

Anyways, I am sure its just hype pushed out because they are coming out with a new tv show, or movie or some product.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Microsoft To Buy Yahoo

"Yahoo for Microsoft" some joker might say but this time they would be right. Well at least so hopes Microsoft. The combined companies would give Microsoft a Social Network, a decent search engine over MSN Search, a strong portal to tie in with its MSN portal and a new group of developers to bring on a fresh approach to the big giant.

One has to wonder what Google thinks about this.

Check out this link for more details: