Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Morning Joe, Vanished, -and- Don't Try this at Home

In the News Today
  • Morning Joe - panhandler smashes up Sacramento Starbucks when nobody gives him change
  • Vanished - bank forecloses on house destroyed by Ike
  • Don't Try this at Home - Chicago man dies trying to remove his own pacemaker

    Technology in the News Today
  • Aircraft Carrier-Sized Asteroid to Swing by Earth Next Week
  • Google Street View Expands Park Views
  • Google (Officially) Rolling Out New Gmail Interface

    Born on this Day in History: November 2, 1921 - Charles Bronson was the 11th of 15 children of Lithuanian immigrant parents. As a youth, he worked as a coal miner until he was drafted to serve in World War II. Bronson made his name with roles in The Magnificent Seven and The Great Escape, becoming known for his ‘tough-guy’ characters in such violent thrillers as The Mechanic and Death Wish. After suffering from Alzheimers, he died in 2003.

    On this Day in History: November 2, 1988 - The Internet Worm is released by Cornell grad student Robert Morris. His ingenious program was meant to explore the Internet harmlessly, but due to a bug, it crashed some 6,000 computers.

    Scripture of the Day

    Charles Stanley Quote of the Day

    Perhaps you have been ensnared by a sinful habit that you will not abandon, and your guilt is so overwhelming you are ashamed to approach Christ. Whatever the reason for your broken intimacy with God, there is good news. Jesus waits to embrace you now in the arms of unconditional, divine love.

    Video of the Day -

    Walmart People - Click to enlarge

    Proud Parents - Click to enlarge