i'm glad to know i'm not the only 1 furious that we've got to wait 2 more wednesdays until we get a new 'revenge.' that really pisses me off.
make a point to read ava and c.i.'s 'TV: Bypassing the Boiz Club' because they're reviewing 'revenge.' and noting how the terry gross crap (man, man, man) works against shows like 'revenge.'
and they're getting under terry's skin, if you didn't notice.
they knew exactly what they were doing with 2 pieces that they wrote (1 with ann) on sunday. they knew exactly what they were doing and they are getting results.
and Kat's "Kat's Korner: Absorb the Graffiti" went up last night and she was sweet enough to include me in her review.
in politics, need another reason not to vote for barack? bill van auken's drone article is pretty bleak:
Now this technology is coming home. The legislation signed last week by Obama requires the FAA, within 90 days, to expedite the process through which government agencies are able to secure permission to operate their own drones over US soil. Smaller drones must be cleared for operation by any “government public safety agency” almost immediately. Within six months, the FAA must establish a pilot program to integrate drones into the “national airspace system” in six test areas around the country.
By 2020 an estimated 30,000 drones could be operating in US skies—including military, police and corporate-owned UAVs. They are already in use by the Department of Homeland Security in monitoring US borders.
A key driving force behind the legislation was the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, whose members include such giants of the military-industrial complex as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon, and whose lobbyists reportedly wrote the language of the bill. The market for drones already approaches $6 billion annually and is expected to double over the next ten years.barack doesn't deserve a 2nd term. not unless he's running to represent right-wing america.
let's close with c.i.'s 'Iraq snapshot:'