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The Cody Blog: You Cody News (March 18, 2005)

Friday, March 18, 2005

You Cody News (March 18, 2005)

Oracle's Back to It's Bidding WaysGotta admire their moxie in screwing with the other software companies.

Gas follows oil to new highs
Seriously -- I'm so sick of oil.

Samsung Introduces Six New Models of MP3 Players
iPod killers? Nope.

Climate Models Reveal Inevitability of Global Warming
No, surely you don't mean that the climate cycles that have always been a part of the planet are still in effect. No, really? You mean, climates change? Wow.

Last-ditch bid in right-to-die case
"Those who live at the mercy of others deserve our special care and concern. It should be our goal as a nation to build a culture of life, where all Americans are valued, welcomed and protected -- and that culture of life must extend to individuals with disabilities," Bush said in a written statement.
Being in a vegetative state for more than a decade is, I guess, a "disability". What a messy situation. Listen, here in public, I'm stating for the record -- I don't ever want to be kept alive if I'm incapacited for more than two months. Period. On a related topic, just donate my damn body to science when I die. Don't waste time and money on a burial or cremation. And no flowers or anything. Send the money to Red Cross instead.

Quarter of Cell Customers Use Messaging
The communications revolution is in full effect. Little Brother is watching you Big Brother!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Global warming. I say we help relocate people from low-lying areas and call it good. Embrace the change.

3/18/2005 12:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Bill McDonald said...

If a vegtable, I prefer to be kept around if it will minimize the tax liability..;-) Estate taxes drop every year.

3/19/2005 09:36:00 PM  
Anonymous E Willard said...

But...but...if Bush would have signed the Kyoto Protocol the global temperature "might" not be
0.000142993 °C higher in 2050, and only for the modest investment of a few measly trillion dollars, +/- a trillion!

Plus, we'll be able to point at the evil Chinese when the benefits are neutralized due to their skyrocketing fossil fuel consumption!

3/21/2005 02:25:00 PM  

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