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THE DIVORCE (Cropped) click for uncropped 73K
Thanks, Pauline

City council gets new proposed budget: plenty of fee hikes but no tax-rate increase

Gov. Perry makes sounds about Mexican water debt

Texas GOP throwing hissy fit over Dems’ absence, threatens to cut staff phones, parking, etc.

Local electric bills expected to drop 7 percent

Iraqis offer 10 tips on how to beat the heat
Iraqis who have suffered for months with little electricity gloated Friday over a blackout in the northeastern United States and southern Canada and offered some tips to help Americans beat the heat.

Parts of USA may be without power thru weekend

Nuclear gear on North Korea's secret shopping list

Army Times
Pentagon backs off quickly, vows to keep imminent danger pay, family separation allowance for troops in Iraq, Afghanistan

Do-not-call list WILL cover unsolicited faxes!
".. This is an amazing issue in that virtually no one in the country is aware of it. It was sort of buried in the do-not-call regulations, and it didn't really get the attention it deserved.."
Telemarketing no-call list: TEXAS | US link is always in my right-hand column, second from bottom

Got a wireless network? These guys could find it



Blind man aims high with English Channel flight

Decline of civilization, Part 4367:
Fear Factor contestants will be forced to eat a pig's rectum

Science marches on!
Whale fart captured on film
(with photo)

Science marches on, still!
Panic in the diamond industry
"This is very rare stone," he says, almost to himself, in thickly accented English. "Yellow diamonds of this color are very hard to find. It is probably worth 10, maybe 15 thousand dollars."
"I have two more exactly like it in my pocket," I tell him.
He puts the diamond down and looks at me seriously for the first time. I place the other two stones on the table. They are all the same color and size. To find three nearly identical yellow diamonds is like flipping a coin 10,000 times and never seeing tails.
"These are cubic zirconium?" Weingarten says without much hope.
"No, they're real," I tell him. "But they were made by a machine in Florida for less than a hundred dollars."


George Bush doll “action figure” in time for Christmas

Vehicle Emissions Tests Don't Help
Go to my clean air page for info.

Citizens Organized for Good Science

Texas Emissions Reduction Plan HERE

Two complaints that this poll crashes the Internet Explorer browser. Anyone else? Too many complaints, I'll delete the link.

I used the Presidential Selector about a month ago and, since your comment about IE lockups, twice again on 2 different computers using IE 5.0. No lockup, just mild surprise. Keep the link. You might get more details from the users who experienced problems. There might be a common cause.
Thanks for your efforts on your show and your web site to help prevent the ossification of our minds.