Saturday, May 29, 2010
Morning News 5/29/10
Dinner with Kevilu last night. Thai food. We talked about movies for hours. We both hated "Pulp Fiction" and we don't care who knows it.
SUPER FANTASTIC GOOD NEWS! Malawian President Mutharika pardons couple sentenced to 14 years hard labor for holding engagement ceremony.
Puppet Grief. Avenue Q marks the passing of Sir Gary Coleman.
"Yes. Maybe. Well... No." The success of BP's top kill effort now not so certain.
DADT: Still In Effect. Wapo informs us that Gates reassures everyone "current law, policies and regulations remain in place" as Pentagon continues review and input from military personnel is sought. GOP plans campaign against equality as we gear up to mid-terms.
Volcanoes Are Dangerous. Thousands flee erupting Volcanoes in Guatemala and Ecuador. This link will take you to a BBC News video, including footage of a reporter who was killed moments after filming a segment.
"Could You Turn The Music Down Dmitri?" Russian activists outwit Moscow police, stage gay rights protest after "cat-and-mouse" with cops.
(Photo of Pad Ki Mao by Eliot from Castro Valley, California.)