Thursday, December 27, 2007

Big Dan's Big News Dec. 27, 2007

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· BREAKING: Benazir Bhutto is dead from attack

· Bush: A few days later, I brought into the Oval Office my copy of Brave New World, Aldous Huxley’s 1932 anti-utopian novel, and as I read passages aloud imagining a future in which humans would be bred in hatcheries, a chill came over the room. “We’re tinkering with the boundaries of life here,” Bush said when I finished. “We’re on the edge of a cliff. And if we take a step off the cliff, there’s no going back. Perhaps we should only take one step at a time.”

· Edwards: I Sound Like A President

· Bush associates still consolidating their hold on US media

· US Soldier Killed On Christmas Day In Iraq

· HBO docudrama on recount of 2000 seeks to avoid bias

· Buy Some Stuff, Enslave Somebody; Corporate Accountability and WorkPlace: Why are we so disconnected from the slave labor that produces so many of our products?

· Gitmo PR Team Nailed by Wikileaksbias

· The doorknob's days are numbered. The compelling argument for door levers is a practical one: When you're struggling with too many bags or with arthritis, the lever's easy-release mechanism sparks a little gratitude. Heck, an elbow works when your hands are full.

· Hillary Clinton: Elect Me & Oil Prices Will Drop!

· The Funniest Stories of 2007
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