NASA, meanwhile, reports that its rover is in good health, and plans are being made for it to set off on its first jaunt. Over the weekend mission control transmitted new software to Curiosity’s computers so that they would be ready for roving. It was a slow process; the ship is 150 million miles away, and communications make a 1990s dialup connection look fast, so controllers do things very deliberately.
are you new to curiosity? if so, p.c. world offers:
NASA has dedicated an entire section of its website to its Mars mission and really everything you'd want to know about it is right there.
Otherwise, PCWorld's Ian Paul has put together a thorough guide on how to track the Mars rover using a plethora of online tools. Check out Mars Rover Curiosity: A Complete Guide to Tagging Along Online.
i have no problem with 's--t.' but before i do a link, that word appears so consider yourself warned.
at corrente, lambert's got a great post. c.i. saw it and passed it over to me. it's about the tag team effort to gut the safety net and how partisans keep getting caught up in, 'it's the other side! mine is clean!' no, not at all.
so if the language won't be a problem (i know some of you are on work computers) please make a point to check out the essay. it's really worth reading.
oh that fat f**k. carl davidson smelled like crack odor in the early 70s. i shudder to think what the fat ass smells like today.
but carl and billy fletch jr. want you to know that you have to vote for barack, have to!!!!!!!!!
they need to shove their heads up each others ass.
i'm sick of this trash.
and carl is nothing but trash. if you took a poll of women who knew carl, they would make it very clear carl is trash, has always been trash and will always be trash.
it's not surprise that carl wants to cock-knock with billy junior instead of writing with a woman.
carl's never been about working with women. he's a piece of s**t. tired, old s**t that needs to dry up and die already.
let's close with c.i.'s 'Iraq snapshot:'