Today on The Techology Show:
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The Gathering Debrief
CES and iPhone on Verizon
Ted Haggard to get his own reality show
Primetime TV Oblectifies Women
Olive Tree App
THEY SAID IT
“This huge rally today has categorically signaled that nobody could dare to amend the blasphemy law,” Fazlur Rehman Conservative Taliban speaker and protester who supported the assassination of a Pakistani provincial governor who campaigned against the Islamic blasphemy law.
Source: The Associated Press
“Any … effort, display, event, etc. that seeks to limit or remove a woman’s right to choose her options in the case of pregnancy will not be supported.” The Carleton University Student Association, in removing a the student-led pro-life group Carleton Lifeline. The association would only recognize Carleton Lifeline, it said, if the group dropped its opposition to abortion.
“We consider access and opportunity a very important principle. We also value intergenerational connections to the Stanford experience.” Richard H. Shaw, dean of undergraduate admission and financial aid at Stanford University adding to the validity of a recent study that reveals a student has a 23-45% greater chance of being admitted to the college of their choice if they are related to an alumni of that college.
“The universe is not the result of chance, as some would want to make us believe.” Pope Benedict contending that The Big Bang was an act of God.
Source: AOL News
“America has a very deep set of wounds around race. We have a birth defect called ‘slavery’.” Condoleeza Rice talking about growing up in Alabama during the Civil Rights era.
Man invents wearable hummingbird feeder
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