Wednesday, February 15, 2012

It's What's for Lunch, You Are What You Eat, -and- Animal Kingdom

In the News Today
  • It's What's for Lunch - Food police search kids' lunchboxes
  • You Are What You Eat - Diner suffers cardiac arrest while eating a Triple Bypass Burger in restaurant called the Heart Attack Grill
  • Animal Kingdom - Discovered: The mini-meleon that is one of the smallest reptiles on the planet

    Technology in the News Today
  • Canada Unveils New Internet Monitoring Rules
  • Apple Chief Says Factory Labor under Scrutiny
  • Agencies Move to Kill LightSquared LTE Plans Over GPS Issue

    Born on this Day in History: February 15, 1951 - Jane Seymour is an English actress, best known for her title role in the 1990s American television series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman." She also played the Bond Girl in Live and Let Die (1973). Born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg, she re-named herself after King Henry VIII's third wife. Besides acting, Seymour has her own clothing line and a children's book series.

    On this Day in History: February 15, 1936 - At a speech in Berlin, Hitler confronts German industry with the challenge of creating the Volkswagen. Thus Ferdinand Porsche designs the Beetle which is now widely seen as the final solution to fahrvergnugen.

    Scripture of the Day

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    Walmart People - Click to enlarge