Thursday, March 01, 2012

The Friendly Skies, Grave Injustice, -and- Can You Hear Me Now?

In the News Today
  • The Friendly Skies - Ex-college QB sets paper-airplane record
  • Grave Injustice - Man accused of stealing items from cemetery, giving them out as gifts
  • Can You Hear Me Now? - Rider jams cell phones on SEPTA buses

    Technology in the News Today
  • Windows 8 Consumer Preview: Video Hands On
  • Laptop with ISS Command Codes Stolen from NASA in 2010
  • Interpol Site Taken Down After Anonymous Suspects Arrested

    Born on this Day in History: March 1, 1944 - As the lead singer of the band the Who, Roger Daltrey has delighted and surprised rock music fans with his powerful and versatile voice for more than four decades. The Who scored their first UK top ten single in 1965 with "I Can’t Explain" and made their debut on the American charts with "Happy Jack." His film acting and producing work includes McVicar and Like It Is. He still performs live.

    On this Day in History: March 1, 1971 - The radical group Weather Underground explodes a bomb in a restroom of the U.S. Capitol building, causing significant damage. The bomb exploded after an intensive search of the building yielded no results. Nobody is ever convicted of the attack.

    Scripture of the Day

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