Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Stupid Criminals, Animal Kingdom, -and- Animal Kingdom Too

In the News Today
Stupid Criminals - would-be robber locks himself in bakery
Animal Kingdom - furor over Nazi-saluting dog
Animal Kingdom Too - woman tries to send puppy via USPS

On this Day in History: February 2, 1997 - Marv Albert, nationally known sportscaster, allegedly bites a 42 year old woman after an evening of watching pornographic movies. By September he is on trial for sodomy. Yessss!

Born on this Day in History: February 2, 1882 - James Joyce (1882 - 1941) Born in Dublin, Ireland, writer James Joyce is best known for his novel Dubliners (1914) as well as his major work, Ulysses (1922), which was banned in the U.K. and U.S. until 1934. He revolutionized the novel form by abandoning ordinary plot for "stream of consciousness." His work continues to serve as a strong influence on modern writers.

Scripture of the Day

Video of the Day -

Imagine my surprise when I encountered this scene at Walmart while journeying to my office this morning! Click to enlarge.

Technology in the News Today
Google confirms exec missing in Egypt
Googlel Latitude gets check-ins for Android
15 awesome Valentine's Day gifts for under $150