Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Drive My Car, To Protect and Serve, -and- Animal Kingdom

In the News Today
  • Drive My Car - Couple jailed for towing granddaughter in toy car behind SUV
  • To Protect and Serve - DEA left forgotten suspect in cell for five days
  • Animal Kingdom - 30,000 honeybees removed from Cape May attic
    Technology in the News Today
  • Jawbone Upsizes the Jambox to Big Jambox
  • Cyber Attacks Jump 81 Percent, Target Mobile, Social Networks
  • Bill Would Ban Employers From Requesting Usernames, Passwords

    Born on this Day in History: May 1, 1939 - Judy Collin was born in Seattle, Washington. She released her first album in 1961 at age 22. Her first gold album, 1967's Wildflowers, included her own compositions as well as a cover of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now," for which she won a Grammy Award for Best Folk Performance. In 1975, she won her second Grammy, for "Send in the Clowns." She continues to record and tour.

    On this Day in History: May 1, 1942 - The 215th and final hanging occurs at California's San Quentin maximum security prison. Subsequent executions utilize the facility's gas chamber, and ultimately, inmate's choice of that or lethal injection.

    Scripture of the Day
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    Walmart People - Click to enlarge