Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Fighting Back, Fighting Back Too, -and- Home Sweet Home

In the News Today
  • Fighting Back - Robbing ultimate fighting expert proves to be bad decision
  • Fighting Back Too - Shoppers brave pepper spray, nab purse thief
  • Home Sweet Home - Seattle welfare recipient lives in million-dollar home

    Technology in the News Today
  • Google Controls Nearly Half of Online Ad Space
  • Microsoft to Unveil Windows 8 App Store Details Tuesday
  • As 4G LTE Network Turns One, Verizon Snaps Up More Spectrum

    Born on this Day in History: December 6, 1920 - Dave Brubeck studied composition before working as a jazz pianist and formed a quartet with saxophonist Paul Desmond in 1951. His use of unconventional meters contributed to his huge appeal: the recording of Desmond's "Take Five" became the first jazz instrumental to sell more than a million copies and brought many new listeners to jazz, particularly on college campuses during the 1950s and '60s.

    On this Day in History: December 6, 1980 - Televangelist Jim Bakker of the PTL ministry has tryst with Jessica Hahn. PTL later pays Hahn hush money, but seven years later the incident becomes public and Bakker resigns in disgrace.

    Scripture of the Day

    Video of the Day - Dance if you wish!

    Walmart People - Click to enlarge

    Proud Parents - Click to enlarge