Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Testing the Faith, Crime and Punishment, -and- Don't Speak

In the News Today
  • Testing the Faith - ACLU sues Cranston High School over prayer banner
  • Crime and Punishment - man fined $300 for tattooing toddler
  • Don't Speak - cops charge man with misdemeanor for barking at police dog

    On this Day in History: April 6, 1868 - Mormon prophet Brigham Young marries 23-year-old Ann Eliza Webb. This is Young's 27th wife, 18 of which are still married to him.

    Born on this Day in History: April 6, 1937 - Merle Haggard (1937 - ) Born in Bakersfield, California, country singer-songwriter Merle Haggard began playing in a country band at San Quentin prison. Upon parole in 1965, he formed a new band, which released a string of No. 1 singles, including "Okie from Muskogee" (1969). In 1994, he earned induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame for his more than 600 songs.

    Scripture of the Day

    Video of the Day - Submitted by Darin

    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
  • Seven tips to avoid post-Epsilon phishing
  • Epsilon data breach hits Verizon Wireless
  • Google AdWords phone support added