Saturday

How to Break Your Cell Phone Contract

Like the rest of creation, you're lusting after the iPhone like a pre-Internet Age adolescent boy did over the delivery of the Victoria's Secret catalog. But, what about that pesky contract another service provider has you locked into? If you don't want to wait around for it to expire, you're stuck paying a $175 early cancellation fee, right? Not necessarily. The Consumerist has compiled a list of six ways to get out of your contract early, none of which require you to pay your cell company a dime. SWITCHED

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A Tale of Two Cities: London Bomb Scare, NYC iPhone Launch

Saturday's Full Moon Offers Strange Illusion

When low on the horizon, the Moon can appear to be larger than when it's higher in the sky. It's all an illusion, scientists say, and it does not involve any enlarging effects of the atmosphere. Rather, it's all in your mind. Here's how it works: YAHOO NEWS

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Friday

AUDIO: Pat Hodges "The Message" (Belmares & Preve Club Mix)


Bio via Centaur Music


Available for download via Perfect Beat.com (6/2007)

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Morris Day and the Time "The Bird" (1984)


Click To View: AOL Video

"Jungle Love" and "The Bird" were featured in the film Purple Rain and this, along with Day's performance in the movie, catapulted the album up the charts and to a crossover audience. Unfortunately, the band didn't have time to enjoy the success, as they had disbanded by the time the movie was released. WIKIPEDIA

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Eagles Again Flying High over America

The American bald eagle, a national symbol since 1782, was once almost wiped out by hunters and pesticide poisoning. Today the great bird is not only surviving but thriving. Four decades after it was declared endangered, the American bald eagle is off the Endangered Species List. VOA

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Bush, Putin to Share Break From Tensions

President Bush's summertime meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Bush family's oceanfront estate is about lobsters, legacies and a break from increasing tensions. AP


President George W. Bush, left, casts as his father former President George H.W. Bush watches as they fish near Kennebunk, Maine, Friday, June 29, 2007.

Bush Gets Stuck: Boat Anchor Lodges In Rocks On Maine Shore

China Vows Action on Food Safety but Chides US

In a statement issued late Friday, China’s top quality watchdog, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, acknowledged that there were safety problems with Chinese seafood exports but also said that it had found similar problems in food imported from the United States. NYT

London Bomb--What a Crock of Crap!!

The media meltdown over this incident is simply shameful. For starters, gasoline is not a high explosive. Judging from the overreaction to this non-incident I think we can safely conclude that Osama Bin Laden will remain holed up in Pakistan and let the fear mongers at CNN, MSNBC, and FOX do the dirty business of scaring the shit out of people. Larry Johnson via PRISON PLANET

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TiVo Software Approved by Comcast

Two years after signing a deal to deploy TiVo's digital-video recorder software across its cable systems, Comcast is preparing launch the service in Boston and a number of secondary New England markets in August. CNN

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VIDEO: Morrissey on Letterman (06.29.07)

Morrissey's appearance on the Late Show was taped Monday and featured the television premiere of the new song "That's How People Grow Up." Click To Play: Daily Motion or YouTube

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Thursday

San Francisco mayor takes on ... bottled water?

San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom has made his share of headlines: in 2004, he ordered the city-county clerk to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and he's been outspoken about homelessness, immigration, and health care. Now Mr. Newsom has a new crusade: bottled water. AOL NEWS

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Steve Jobs: Free iPhones for Apple Employees, Town Hall Notes

According to ThinkSecret, Steve Jobs held a company-wide town hall today and announced that Apple employees will get free 8GB iPhones this July. MAC RUMORS

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: The Smiths "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" (1984)

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Morrissey Cancels Shows Due to Throat Infection

Under doctor's orders not to sing for the next three days, the boy with the thorn in his larynx has been forced to cancel two dates: tonight's gig in Northampton, Massachusetts, and Friday's set in Philly. Plans are currently underway to reschedule the dates by the time Moz croons again. Saturday night's show at New York City's Madison Square Garden (and all subsequent gigs) are scheduled go off as planned. PITCHFORK

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"At Last! Angela Merkel Porn!"

"Pony Pal™ Adam alerted me to this story, and now it is my grim duty to pass it along to you. Um... it's something about Poland's twin godhead and Germany, and I don't really want to go into it any further, because I'm too busy projectile vomiting right now, OK? But anyway:" Princess Sparkle Pony

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"Laura Nails Cheating Bush" The Globe (6.25.07)

"Divorce Bombshell"

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"Fix Legal Immigration First" Sen. Ben Nelson

I felt that the problem of illegal immigration exists side by side with the problem of legal immigration. You have to solve the problem with legal immigration, which will give you the visas and give you temporary workers, and solve the problem of securing the border and enforcing border security before you can deal with the 11-12 million people who are here illegally. The Hill Blog

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: West Side Story "America"

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Dust from Sahara just a sneeze away

The first immense cloud of Saharan dust of the season is en route to South Florida, another sign that summer is here. MIAMI HERALD

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VIDEO: National Lampoons "Vacation" - Dog tied to the bumper

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Romney dogged by animal cruelty charge

The white Chevy station wagon with the wood paneling was overstuffed with suitcases, supplies, and sons when Mitt Romney climbed behind the wheel to begin the annual 12-hour family trek from Boston to Ontario ... Before beginning the drive, Mitt Romney put Seamus, the family's hulking Irish setter, in a dog carrier and attached it to the station wagon's roof rack. He'd built a windshield for the carrier, to make the ride more comfortable for the dog. BOSTON GLOBE

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New Post-Katrina Investigations Reveal More Federal Waste And Incompetence

Three new investigations shed further light on how the Bush administration betrayed Gulf Coast residents during Hurricane Katrina, and how New Orleans and other affected areas are still suffering from federal waste and incompetence. THINK PROGRESS

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VIDEO: Ann Coulter Loses It On "Morning Joe"

Oh, poor, poor beleaguered Ann Coulter, unfairly criticized by mean, terrible people like Elizabeth Edwards who don't want her to exercise her First Amendment rights to mock people over the death of their children and/or husbands who died in 9/11! Seriously, this woman is whack, and Joe can barely keep a straight face. HuffPo

VIDEO: WHAT DID COULTER REALLY SAY ON GMA?

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Showdown: White House won't turn over docs

The White House, under attack from Congress for allegedly firing federal prosecutors based on political affiliation, asserted executive privilege Thursday and said they could not turn over documents that could shed light on the prosecutors' firings. RAW STORY

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Wednesday

Dick Cheney: No Fish Left Behind, Or Alive

That Dick Cheney: He's not exactly John Muir. Not exactly Henry David Thoreau. The final installment of the Gellman/Becker series shows us a man who loves the smell of rotting salmon in the morning. ACHENBLOG

Cheney's Pacemaker Needs Fresh Battery ABC News

Cheney’s gets served Crooks & Liars

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VIDEO: Stephanie Miller on 'Scarborough Country' (06.26.07)


Click To View: YouTube

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PHOTO: Rainbows Over Fort Lauderdale



Photos by Jordy - 06.27.07

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Researchers Say Antarctic Ice Sheet Stable

While studies of the Greenland and West Antarctic ice sheets show they are both at risk from global warming, the East Antarctic ice sheet will "need quite a bit of warming" to be affected, Andrew Mackintosh, a senior lecturer at Victoria University, said Wednesday. ENN

Controversial plan would dump iron in ocean to cut global warming...

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Too little, too late: Gore blames scientists for climate crisis

In an extraordinary outburst aimed at America's failure to tackle global warming, Al Gore says that if scientific agreement on the climate crisis had been reached sooner it would have been easier to "galvanise the public and persuade Congress to act". THE INDEPENDENT


18-INCHES OF RAIN OVERNIGHT IN TEXAS

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GOP To Bush: Time's Up

Sen. Richard Lugar, a senior Republican and a reliable vote for President Bush on the war, said that Bush's Iraq strategy was not working and that the U.S. should downsize the military's role. HuffPo

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VIDEO: Edwards to Coulter: Stop personal attacks

June 24: Elizabeth Edwards phones into Hardball to "politely" ask Ann Coutler to stop the personal attacks on her family. MSNBC


Chris Matthews Refuses to Tame the Shrew OpEdNews

Good Morning America's Chris Cuomo interviews Coulter Media Matters
Syndicated columnist and right-wing pundit Ann Coulter appeared on the June 25 edition of ABC's Good Morning America, asserting that she "wouldn't insult gays by comparing them to [Democratic presidential candidate] John Edwards." Coulter added that at "about the same time" as the March 2007 Conservative Political Action Conference, where she said that she "can't really talk about" Edwards because "you have to go into rehab if you use the word 'faggot,' " HBO host Bill Maher "was not joking and saying he wished Dick Cheney had been killed in a terrorist attack." Coulter continued: "So I've learned my lesson. If I'm going to say anything about John Edwards in the future, I'll just wish he has been killed in a terrorist assassination plot."

John Edwards Visits L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center TOWLEROAD

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Apple iPhone Reviewers Say It Lives Up to Hype, Inspires Lust

That's the word from reviewers for the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and USA Today, who praised the software and design of Apple's melded mobile phone and iPod media player. BLOOMBERG

Apple Rivals Dread iPhone PC World

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Friday

VIDEO: iPhone, a 20 minute guided tour

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Bauhaus "Ziggy Stardust" (1982)

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'Mile-wide UFO' spotted by British airline pilot

The sightings were confirmed by passengers Kate and John Russell. John, 74, said: "I saw an orange light. It was like an elongated oval." The sightings were also confirmed by an unnamed pilot with the Blue Islands airline. THIS IS LONDON

Meet the first resident of Dubai's palm-shaped man-made island


Four years ago there was nothing here but unbroken sea. Now there's Palm Jumeirah, a palm-shaped, man-made island and Dubai's greatest-yet construction project. DAILY MAIL

House To Bush Admin: Comply With Subpoenas Or Face Contempt

House Judiciary Committee Democrats warned yesterday they would pursue a contempt of Congress motion if the White House fails respond to subpoenas for testimony and documents related to the firings of U.S. attorneys last year. THE HILL

Cheney Attempted To Abolish Agency That Tried To Oversee Him

VIDEO: Sen. Dick Durbin goes after Cheney Crooks & Liars

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Thursday

VIDEO: Kathy Griffin On Larry King (06/21/07)

Discussing Bill Clinton and flirtin' with Anderson Cooper.

Click To Play: Daily Motion or YouTube

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Police Seize Bomber Prior to Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade

As Jerusalem braced for a gay pride event that in the past has been bloody and violent, police seized a man with a bomb before he could get to the thousands participating in today's parade. TOWLEROAD

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Fill 'er up with fruit juice: fructose-derived biofuel better than ethanol

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have a paper in the article in today's Nature about making the higher-energy liquid-transportation fuel from, basically, fruit juice. AUTO BLOG GREEN

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Missing: Large lake in southern Chile

A lake in southern Chile has mysteriously disappeared, prompting speculation the ground has simply opened up and swallowed it whole. SCIENCE NEWS

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Third Crack Found on Hawaii's Kilauea

In addition to discovering a new large crack on Kilauea, scientists detected hazardous sulfur dioxide concentrations greater than 10 parts-per-million near Kilauea's summit, according to the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory. The levels would be toxic to humans, but the public isn't allowed near the summit anyway. SCI-TECH TODAY

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Summer Solstice: How and Why Seasons Change

At solstice, the sun will appear to be shining directly overhead for a point on the Tropic of Cancer (latitude 23.5 degrees north) to the north of the Yucatan Peninsula, over the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico. LIVE SCIENCE

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VIDEO: Summer solstice celebrated at Stonehenge

Druids, drummers, pagans and partygoers welcomed the sun Thursday as it rose above the prehistoric monument of Stonehenge on the longest day of the year — the summer solstice. MSNBC

Wednesday

Santa Barbara's Summer Solstice Parade

At high Noon, on the Saturday following the longest day of the year, creative floats, fascinating costumes, brilliant masks begin their journey from Cota Street up State Street to Micheltorena, transforming downtown Santa Barbara into a vibrant splash of color, music and dance. More Info

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Bananarama "Cruel Summer" (1983)

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Style Council "Long Hot Summer" (1983)

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Study says Florida, California home prices likely to drop in 2 years

The days of oceanfront property as a good investment might be a thing of the past.
Some homeowners in California, Florida and the southwestern U.S. now face more than a 60 percent chance their property will be worth less in two years, according to a new study by a mortgage insurer. AP

Gov. Crist signs historic $15.6 billion property tax-cut legislation SUN SENTINEL

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Search for Water Gets Harder in U.S. Southwest

Like many towns in this part of the arid U.S. Southwest, Flagstaff faces a never-ending challenge in its search for water, and it is getting harder. ENN

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New hurricane center head unapologetic for frankness

Proenza has been critical about the lack of money for research and to replace a satellite that's past its prime and could fail any time. PALM BEACH POST

Corps: New Orleans Still A Flood Risk Guardian Unlimited

Nurses to Testify in Grand Jury Probe of New Orleans Hospital Deaths ABC News

UK predicts quiet US hurricane season USA Today

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Sicko released early

Perhaps in an effort to stymy the rampant pre-release piracy of Michael Moore's upcoming indictment of the US health care system, SICKO, Lionsgate and The Weinstein Co. have decided to release the film in Manhattan a week earlier than its original June 29th release date (which would put it at June 22nd). JoBlo.Com

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John Griffin’s death included in well-produced episode of My Life on the D-List

Twice in six months, a supporting cast member on Bravo’s docudrama series has died. While those events were tragic, the producers and editors of those shows—Work Out, and now Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List—have handled those deaths incredibly well as part of their normal seasons. REALITY BLURRED

Here’s the thing. My Dad was just a very special man. And when people come up to me and give their condolences so generously, they often say, “I know it’s weird, because I feel like I knew your Dad even though I just saw him on TV.” Kathy's blog via Bravo TV




VIDEO: Hoping John Griffin Is on St. Peter’s A-List via Malcontent

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Apple had 7.6 percent of home computer market share in May

In a sidebar accompanying the article "iPhone mania nears fever pitch," which we'll get to in a moment, USA Today reports that "home computer market share" for Apple Mac in May 2004 stood at 3.2% and has now rocketed to 7.6% in May 2007. MAC DAILY NEWS

Mac OS X Leopard already outselling Vista. So is SpongeBob Typing. Macenstein

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YouTube Live Today on Apple TV & Coming to the iPhone

Apple has announced that YouTube content is available on the Apple TV today and will be coming to the iPhone upon its launch on June 29th. MAC RUMORS

Apple TV Updated with YouTube - Surprisingly Good!

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Monday

VIDEO FLASHBACK: Eurythmics "Here Comes The Rain Again" (1983)

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West Palm Beach skips step to reuse its sewage water

Faced with a depleted water supply and extreme drought conditions, the city of West Palm Beach decided this spring to bypass a water filtration step and instead pump treated sewage water into its well fields, officials said. Tampa Bay.Com

Florida Is Slow to See the Need to Save Water New York Times

Federal judge: FL violating Clean Water Act Water Technology Online

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Al Gore - man with a mission

AL GORE is a man on a mission to save the planet – and is enraged that everyone else seems more interested in saving Paris Hilton. SUN UK

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BIG ISLAND "SWARM" QUAKES

"If Magma is forcing its was up into those faults, it could push that entire section of Muana Loa into the ocean, which would be a big drag on everyone living in west coastal regions of South America.

Admittedly this is a worst-case scenario." via WRH

Volcanoes park closed to visitors Pacific Business News

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VIDEO: Sy Hersh on Taguba’s Abu Ghraib investigation

Sy Hersh joined Wolf on CNN to talk about his new piece in The New Yorker: “How Antonio Taguba, who investigated the Abu Ghraib scandal, became one of its casualties.” It’s another important story that Sy has brought to our attention. The lies that were told about the Abu Ghraid scandal are staggering as this WH implemented torture into its playbook and the soul of America. CROOKS & LIARS

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VIDEO: A Week of Zen

Moments of Zen for the week of June 11th. ONE GOOD MOVE

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Sunday

Watch "Who Killed The Electric Car?" online - for now


"Don't know how long it'll be until this video is snagged and sent off to Guantanamo, but at least right now you can watch the full-length movie "Who Killed The Electric Car?" through Google video" AUTO BLOG GREEN

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Apple Making GPS for Mercedes?

As recently published by the German (not BBC) magazine Focus, Apple will be making an in-car system for Mercedes. This mystery unit will tackle "maintenance entertainment, communication and navigation". GIZMODO

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Friday

Both parties plan green conventions

Democrats and Republicans are both planning to hold “green” national political conventions next year, partly to win over environmentally minded voters who could be influential in determining control of the White House and Congress. The Hill

Gore: G8 Climate Agreement "Disgrace Disguised As An Achievement"

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Henry Rollins’ Rumination On The State Of The Gay Nation

Hey, gay, Henry Rollins has something to say! And the Black Flag screecher’s saying it to that other other monthly fag-rag, Instinct Magazine.

Taking up the rear with this month’s Last Word, Rollins’ message acts as a “call to arms” for the queers. Though he remains optimistic about the state of the gay nation, he’s adamant when he pressures so-called pansies to keep on keeping on. via Queerty

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VIDEO: Gemini Club Show "Miss Cleo vs Milan Remix"

"Ms. Cleo, where is Osama Bin Laden?"

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Thursday

VIDEO: Morrissey "Let Me Kiss You" (Live 6/10/07)


Bakersfield, CA

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2007: Hottest year ever thus far.

“The National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) reported today that ‘the global surface temperature for the combined January-May period tied with 1998″ as the warmest January-May ever recorded. CLIMATE PROGRESS

For Some, Global Warming Brings Benefits AOL NEWS

The Perfect Drought LA City Beat

Driest Year on Record: Reassessing “Water Guilt” Santa Monica Mirror

The case of the disappearing Great Lake USA TODAY

Drought hits Maui, worsens on Big Island PBN

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MICHAEL MOORE’S ‘Sicko’ will end American resistance to universal health care

‘Sicko’ fries the socialized medicine red herring. Canadian, French, and English patients who receive medical treatment for pennies if charged at all. Cost of a pulmonary inhaler in poverty struck Cuba for 5-cents costing patients $120 in America. The bewilderment of European health care providers and patients at American lawmaker disregard for the human good. Canadian, French and English doctors paid highly thank you very much. San Francisco Sentinel

Michael Moore's new documentary "Sicko" leaked on BitTorrent

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: The The "Infected" (1986)

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Music downloads for free - but the artist still gets paid

We7 makes it possible for you to enjoy free music downloads - but the artist still gets paid! Every time you download a free MP3 or video from We7, a small payment will be made to the relevant artist. We7

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VIDEO: Jolie bans Fox from premiere; network bashes back

RAW STORY has the clip.
After insulting journalists by making outlandish demands, she has now agreed to do interviews without any restrictions, Us Weekly is reporting. via Perez Hilton

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VIDEO: Rosie Rocks!

LOGO's Jason Bellini interviews Rosie O'Donnell at the True Colors tour. LOGO via TOWLEROAD

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: B-52's "Rock Lobster"

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Rare blue lobster avoids the cooker

Call it crustacean discrimination. A lobster caught last weekend by Steve Hatch and his uncle Robert Green was spared from being cooked and ripped apart on a plate because of its color. SPI

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AUDIO: Ono "Give Peace A Chance" (DJ Dan Vocal Mix)

Wednesday

WHY ARE WE ARMING IRAN ANYWAY?

VIDEO: BILL CLINTON TALKS ABOUT AIR AMERICA AND MEDIA BALANCE

Take a look at the new YouTube video about the network, which concludes with the President's remarks. via AAR

(President Bill Clinton and Randi Rhodes)

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Scientists Beam Electricity Through Air

Power cables and even batteries might become a thing of the past using a new technique that can transmit power wirelessly to cell phones, laptops, MP3 players, household robots and other electronics. MSNBC via JALOPNIK

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Energy self-sufficient Danish community makes hydrogen using wind power

In Nakskov, an island of Lolland, their main power source is generated by wind power, and using that renewable source of energy, they generate 50 percent more power than they use. The excess power is going to be routed into electrolysis to make hydrogen fuel cells. AUTO BLOG GREEN

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"A Drought for the Ages

Drought, a fixture in much of the West for nearly a decade, now covers more than one-third of the continental USA. And it's spreading. USA TODAY via RED COMET

Storms Leave South Florida Bruised, Battered NBC6

Hurricane Satellite Could Fail Any Time AOL NEWS
"Launch of Replacement Pushed Back Until 2016"

Broward County may cancel hurricane-info deal with radio station -- because it airs Rush Limbaugh!

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Tuesday

Moore stashed Sicko in Canada to elude U.S. investigators

Filmmaker Michael Moore says he had to rush a copy of his new film Sicko into Canada just before travelling to the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year because he feared U.S. federal investigators would seize it. CBC

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His Government?

When interviewed a few days ago as to the Senatorial deliberations of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ office, Bush responded with outright authority.

“They can try to have their vote of confidence but it’s not going to make the determination, who serves in my government.” KeepMEcurrent.com

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NASA checks into potential hit on shuttle

Sensors on the shuttle Atlantis have recorded a hit on the leading edge of the left wing, the same area where Columbia suffered fatal damage four years ago, NASA officials said Tuesday. MSNBC

Related: NASA Scientist Finds a New Way to the Center of the Earth

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Army admits it dumped 64 million pounds of chemical weapons at sea

Federal lawmakers were pressing the US Army to reveal everything it knows about a massive international program to dump chemical weapons off homeland and foreign shores. Marc Parent

VIDEO: Air Force Considered Gay 'Love Bomb

MSNBC/Countdown: Ft. Rachel Maddow "The Gay Bomb" (6/12/07) YouTube or Daily Motion

The Air Force on Tuesday confirmed a report that in 1994 a military researcher requested $7.5 million to develop a non-lethal "love bomb" that would chemically alter the state of mind of enemy troops and make them want to have sex with each other rather than fight. FOX NEWS

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VIDEO: YouTube catches Bush limo stalling

FIAT, Italy’s largest car maker, is known by many in the U.S. as "Fix It Again Tony" because of the performance of its cars over the years.

So you can imagine how Italians reacted when they saw President Bush’s multi-million-dollar gigantic armored Cadillac stalling in the streets of downtown Rome, as he was being driven to the American embassy after meeting the pope at the Vatican. YouTube via CNN

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Apple Introduces Safari for Windows

The world’s fastest web browser for Macs is now available for Windows PC’s. Safari 3, introduced at the World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco, is the fastest browser running on Windows, based on the industry standard iBench tests, rendering web pages up to twice as fast as IE 7 and up to 1.6 times faster than Firefox 2. Safari joins iTunes in delivering Apple’s legendary user experience to both Windows and Mac users as well as full support of open Internet standards. Safari 3 features easy-to-manage bookmarks, effortless browsing with easy-to-organize tabs and a built-in RSS reader to quickly scan the latest news and information. Safari 3 public beta is available today as a free download at www.apple.com/safari.

Apple Unveils Near Final Mac OS X Leopard

Coming in June, you can browse and watch thousands of free YouTube videos streaming directly from the Internet. Just sit back and enjoy the show.

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Wednesday

Thousands Protest Outside G-8 Summit

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Reporter Arrested For Asking Questions About Rudy Giuliani's WTC "Collapse"

Manchester, NH - Freelance reporter Matt Lepacek, reporting for Infowars.com, was arrested for asking a question to one of Giuliani's staff members in a press conference. The press secretary identified the New York based reporter as having previously asked Giuliani about his prior knowledge of WTC building collapses and ordered New Hampshire state police to arrest him. 911 Blogger

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Spiritual Passages

One of 1,350 lanterns floated out to sea at Honolulu's Ala Moana Beach Park during the ninth annual Lantern Floating ceremony. Several thousand people attended the event held by Shinnyo-en, a Buddhist sect in Hawaii.

By sending a lit lantern out to sea, believers hope that it will guide their ancestors' spirits to salvation or happiness. Volunteers aboard seven canoes, decorated with ti leaves and flowers, sent out wooden lanterns that held the names and messages to honor the deceased and for those who died in war and natural disasters. Star-Bulletin

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Tuesday

"We Missed You, Kathy Griffin!"

"EVERYBODY CAN SUCK IT" Watch the entire comedy special online now. "Seriously. We've been laughing for days about it." BRAVO TV

Malcontent has more info on the season 3 premiere.

FLASHBACK VIDEO:
Kathy calls Condi a tool of the white man on The View

Kathy on Larry King (12/05/06)
Kathy In Iraq

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: John Lennon "Instant Karma"

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"Tropical Cyclone Gonu is expected to be the strongest storm ever recorded in the Arabian Peninsula"

"The storm is currently packing winds of 160MPH with gusts to 195 mph. That is stronger than Katrina which devastated the US gulf coast 2 years ago. U.S. ships in the Persian Gulf are taking precautions to avoid Gonu. The government in neighboring Saudi Arabia said the country and oil markets would not be seriously affected by the storm. But some oil analysts said the storm could have a damaging effect on the oil market." via TOWLEROAD

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PHOTOS: Michiagn & Canada Trip (5/2007)

Contrails, or ‘chemtrails?’

Jet engines and jet fuel? Or chemicals? Before you decide, perhaps you should read about the “chemtrail conspiracy.” Corvallis Gazette

Chemtrails and Mind Control American Chronicle


Moscow Swelters in Heat Wave The Great Red Comet

Russia knows how to prevent global warming
The director of the Global Climate and Ecology Institute, Yury Izrael, told a news conference that if a sulfur-based aerosol were sprayed into the atmosphere at a height of 10-14 kilometers (six to 10 miles), the sulfur particles would reflect the sun's rays. RIAN

Flashback:
Mysterious Sulfur Stench Nauseates Northeast

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VIDEO: Apple iPhone Ad "How To"


Apple has two additional iPhone ads here.

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Concerns Emerge Over iTunes User Data

The trendsetting Cupertino-based company has always embedded user information - a user name and e-mail - into its copy-protected tracks. But until the market-leading iTunes Store began offering DRM-free music last week, no one raised much of a ruckus. My Way

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VIDEO: Olbermann Debunks Bush's Latest Terror Threat

Monday

VIDEO: DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE - JUNE 3

Lots of clips from the debate are appearing on YouTube. PoliticsTV has some highlights.

Hillary Clinton on Cheney’s “Diplomacy” Crooks & Liars

The Democrats make their view on gays in the military crystal clear. ONE GOOD MOVE

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