Thursday, April 12, 2012

Dress for Success, As-Is, -and- Grave Injustice

In the News Today
  • Dress for Success - Sagging pants gets man three days in jail
  • As-Is - Town to allow residents only two yard sales each year
  • Grave Injustice - Thieves stealing plaques, vases from cemetery

    Technology in the News Today
  • How the Titanic Disaster Forever Changed Telecommunications
  • DDoS Attacks on Financial Services Firms Explode
  • College Fund for 9-Year-Old Arcade Whiz Tops $100,000

    Born on this Day in History: April 12, 1947 - Tom Clancy is an American author, best known for his espionage, military science and techno thrillers. Clancy was working as an insurance broker until he wrote his first novel in 1984, The Hunt for Red October. Ten of Clancy's books have earned No. 1 rankings on the New York Times best-seller list. Over fifty million copies of his books have been printed, and three have been made into movies.

    On this Day in History: April 12, 1961 - Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Alexeyevich Gargarin is the first man in space, aboard Vostok I.

    Scripture of the Day

    Video of the Day - Submitted by Laura

    Walmart People - Click to enlarge