Burn Baby Burn! - Apple iPod fire probe after Nano shoots sparks while recharging
Mary Ann Does Mary Jane - Dawn Wells busted for marijuana possession
Crime and Punishment - child rapists could face execution in Colorado
On this day in history: March 12, 1980 - A Chicago jury finds John Wayne Gacy guilty of the murders of 33 men and boys. The next day, he is sentenced to death; after years on death row, Gacy is finally executed in May 10, 1994.
Born on this day in history: March 12, 1922 - Jack Kerouac (1922–69) Born in Lowell, MA, writer Jack Kerouac is best known for "On the Road" (1957), a semi-autobiographical tale that spoke for the Beat Generation. Trying to escape notoriety, he drank heavily and lived out his final years back in Lowell with his mother.
Scripture of the Day: Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. - Colossians 3:12
Video of the Day: Ginger Versus Mary Ann: The Eternal Question
Wherefore art thou, voters???? Click to enlarge.
I purchased fuel for Mr. Nitro this morning on the way to my office. It was an experience I shall not soon forget. Click to enlarge.