My Digest: Of Every Day Happenings Around The World

September 15, 2009 at 9:57 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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My Digest

Location: Burlington, Ontario, Canada Mr Beanz was found under a dumpster with his two siblings. He had a serious eye infection in both eyes and consequently is now nearly blind. That doesn’t stop him from enjoying life to the full! He was all fixed up by Action Volunteers for Animals. He is the sweetest, with a little side of naughty.
The Daily Kitten • 2 hours ago
It’s back to school and 52 insurance companies or their subsidiaries have an assignment due today: they must disclose their financial records, including details on executive pay and entertainment expenditures, to House Energy and Commerce Chairman Henry Waxman (D-Calif.). While this puts mega-insurers such as AFLAC and Blue Cross/Blue Shield on alert, they might find some comfort in that collectiv
2 Though titled “Lightning Fields”, Hiroshi Sugimoto’s photo series was actually created by applying a high voltage current directly to film. Check out some more striking examples here. [via Kottke] Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Arts | Digg this!
MAKE Magazine • 2 hours ago


The AgeMullen says more forces needed for Afghan warThe Associated PressWASHINGTON — The top US military officer said Tuesday that winning in Afghanistan will probably mean sending more American troops to fight the war. Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he does not know how many more troops …Mullen Says Afghan War Probably Will Require More US TroopsBloombergTop O
Google News • 1 hour ago
ANAHEIM, CA—Following John Lackey’s most recent win, teammates on the Angels revealed that one of the superstitious starting pitcher’s most prominent pre-game rituals is to design, construct, and demolish a luxury hotel before he takes the mound.
The Onion • 1 hour ago
4 The Iraqi man who was jailed after throwing shoes at George W Bush says he was tortured by senior government officials.
The best remaining shot at a bipartisan bill to overhaul health care may finally be upon us. After months of delays, the Senate Finance Committee is finally set to release a draft overhaul bill, perhaps as soon as today.
Onion • 5 days ago
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