Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Stupid Criminals, Reserve Not Met, -and- GI Jane

Stupid Criminals - man tries to pay McDonald's cashier with marijuana
Reserve Not Met - Bigfoot hoax body for sale on eBay
GI Jane - Obama believes women should register for draft

On this day in history: October 14, 1943 - An estimated 200 inmates of Sobibor escape the Polish extermination camp after killing 11 SS guards in an uprising. 52 of the fugitives manage to survive. The Nazis close the facility shortly thereafter.

Born on this day in history: October 14, 1978 - Usher Raymond (1978-) Born Usher Raymond IV in Chattanooga, Tennessee, singer-songwriter Usher began singing gospel at 6. His 1994 debut album, produced by Sean "Puffy" Combs, was an instant success. Usher is now one of the most recognizable faces in R&B, thanks to sponsorship deals and feature film appearances.

Scripture of the Day: To the LORD your God belong the heavens, even the highest heavens, the earth and everything in it. — Deuteronomy 10:14

Video of the Day:
Boston Legal: Dances with Wolves - submitted by Frank

Is "Dreams from My Father" the work of Bill Ayers? Click to enlarge.

The Wind Has Abated! The fierce wind that has plagued us for nearly a week appears to have abated! It is forecast to be in the low-to-mid 80s through the balance of the week. Without the wind, it shall be fine weather indeed. Friday is CUHS Homecoming. The Homecoming parade shall begin at 3 PM and pass by my office. I shall photograph this event and produce a slide show from select images. I shall alert readers when this slide show is available for viewing.