Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Animal Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, -and- Crime and Punishment

In the News Today
  • Animal Kingdom - Raccoon attacks close Merritt Island Kiwanis Island Park
  • Animal Kingdom - Michigan government unleashes armed raids on small pig farmers, forces farmer to shoot all his own pigs
  • Crime and Punishment - Milledgeville police handcuff 6-year-old girl for misbehaving at school

    Technology in the News Today
  • Google Drive Cloud Service Coming Next Week?
  • Microsoft Reveals Key Features for Windows 8 and Windows RT
  • The History of Car GPS Navigation

    Born on this Day in History: April 17, 1897 - Writer Thornton Wilder was teased as a teen for being overly intellectual. After earning degrees from Oberlin, Yale and Princeton, he wrote The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1927, Pulitzer Prize). His play Our Town (1938, Pulitzer Prize) has become one of America's most enduringly popular plays. In 1942, he released The Skin of Our Teeth (1942, Pulitzer Prize). Theophilus North was his last novel.

    On this Day in History: April 17, 1965 - The FBI Laboratory in Washington reports their inability to make out the vocals on the hit single "Louie Louie." Thus, the Bureau is unable to determine whether the record constitutes obscene matter.

    Scripture of the Day

    Video of the Day -

    Walmart People - Click to enlarge