Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Get Opera FREE!

But only for a limited time. The 10 year anniversary has prompted the guru's at Opera to give away free license codes. Submit your email address for the codes on all platforms! For some kind of limited time only!

Cindy Sheehan Empty Protest

Remember the news coverage of Cindy Sheehan, the woman who is so against the war after her son died volunteering? Well, seems that all is not always as it seems. Take a look at the link and see how a no show of protesters is orchestrated into a full slam bang turn out. Funny thing is that the turn out is all news media. I don't see any real protesters. The liberal media strikes again.

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Can you pass the 8th Grade Math Test?

Found this link online, and boy was I surprised, I actually scored 10 out of 10. I stink at Math, but have no fear it is the basic stuff. I wonder how many 8th graders can actually pass this 8th grade test! Try it for fun!

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Batman Hits DVD In October

The Rope of Silicon Web site reported that Batman Begins will hit DVD on Oct. 18. The hit film will be available in three formats: single-disc widescreen and full-screen editions and a two-disc deluxe set with eight documentaries, the site reported.

The documentaries will deal with Batman Begins' production, the batsuit, the Batmobile, the monorail chase, shooting in Iceland, fighting and the incarnations of Batman over the past 20 years. The deluxe set will also contain featurettes on characters and weapons, an interactive comic book, a stills gallery, trailers and a collectible 72-page comic, the site reported.

Fred on Slavery!

Fred wonders, what would you do today if faced with profiting of slavery? How about if moral injustices were happening, but you could easily turn your head and think things would be ok? Read the link above to see if you agree or not.

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Brosnon OUT of BOND Role?

I said back on April 28, 2005, that Pierce Brosnon would play BOND one more time. Looks like he won't. For some reason he received a call saying they no longer needed him. Shame, I was looking forward to seeing him as Bond one more time.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

BBS Documentary

In the 1980's there was a huge sharing of data, that happened before this thing called Internet. It was built on the backbones of private individuals, and depended on the phone lines of America. Called a BBS (Bulletin Board System) one could link up, transfer files and images, as well as play online games. Now you can listen to those most responsible for jumpstarting an Internet Industry before we even knew the term Internet. Check out the website, and for $50 one can purchase a copy of the documentary. The BBS software I used to use was called WWIV for the PC. Take a gander at all the types of software and hardware BBS systems back then.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

Latest Weblinksnewsletter Blocked

Well the latest edition of my newsletter has been blocked by AOL. This includes AOL itself,, and (Netconnect). Seems that the size of my newsletter is the trigger. It must be a new package that evaluates the size of the email, and decides if it is too big, or too much text, it must be Spam. What a shame that actual subscribers of a Newsletter has the content blocked, but I wager that they get hammered by Breast increase pills, Free Software, and Penis Enlargement gimmicks, by the truckload. I am considering what to do next, but perhaps I will pare down the newsletter, and release more frequently. Techies, lend me your ideas!

Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Bush Needs to be LOCKED UP?

"They all need to be locked up because they are all criminals and they are all thieves," said Judge Greg Mathis, the star of the syndicated television program "The Judge Mathis Show."

Just words of a crybaby loser, who never could accept the simple fact that 51% of the voters actually voted for the opposition. Not one legal case, NOT ONE, has ever been brought up in Florida or Ohio against the Bush Gore Election, or the last Bush Kerry election. Why? It is just this simple. There are NO cases to try. There was no voter fraud, there was no deception, there was no cheating. If anything, this broad proclamation of wrong doing was simply instituted by whiner loser Democrats that couldn't simply win an election on the up and up. They had to place this into the psyche of the American Left, and they will forever be led by shallow people who can not simply state their goals or plans, rather they attack the good Right. The Conservative Right will always win when it comes to simple ideas that make sense, and when Liberals try to redistribute wealth that we have worked very hard for.

Keep whining losers, that just locks in the next major election for the Right! Read this link above for laughs if nothing else!

Saturday, August 06, 2005

Is It Wrong to Love Microsoft?

I really like this opinion. You hear many tech people bash Microsoft, and Microsoft does deserve some grief for certain bonehead ideas that place burdens on customers. However, this person loves Microsoft, and tells you why. Glad to see someone with the courage to speak in support of the most popular software company around. With 95% market coverage, regardless of why, they must be popular!

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Schmidt Wins 2nd District Special Election!

Ohio Republican Jean Schmidt destroyed the Democratic challenger Paul Hackett to win Tuesday's Second Congressional District special election. She won by a margin of 52%. Earlier the Democrats hinted at a landslide by Hackett, which would indicate Democrats were on the upswing back to power.

So much for Liberal values winning votes!

The election was to replace Congressman Rob Portman who was appointed by President Bush as the US Trade Representative.

Congrats Jean!

Air America Stealing from Poor Kids?

Ok so where is the outrage? Where is the 24-7 coverage on CNN? Why do we only hear about this one on conservative websites? I will tell you, Liberal Democratic leaders are simply lying, coverup stooges. They insist on pointing fingers, but have a double standard. They won't look at scandals that involve themselves. Shame!

Michele Malkin asks "Will Air America's self-proclaimed champions of the poor and downtrodden--Franken? Garafolo? Springer?--touch this story with a ten-foot pole? Will Randi Rhodes trot out her gunshot sound effects to blame the messenger? Or will the gabbers continue maintaining their radio silence?"

Good Question!