Ministries Breaking Point’ NOTE: POST BREAKING POINT FROM MAY 2006 TO FEBRUARY 2008—CONTRARY TO THE PRE-BREAKING POINT NEWS, NOT EVERY SINGLE LETTER & WORD WAS TYPED BY PASTOR KOK III (JOHNNY TOMMY PHILIP CHRISTMAS). EVERY ENTRY WAS READ BY PASTOR KOK III AND E-MAILED TO OTHERS AND TO MYSELF, AND SUBSEQUENTLY TABULATED AS SHOWN HERE. Sender Subject Date Size Trial for cops in Sean Bell shooting to start Sat Feb 23, 2008 91 Freeway to close for nearly 12 hours Sat Feb 23, 2008 CALIFORNIA "BIG RED" WINES CAUSING CONTROVERSY : > News > Bus... Sat Feb 23, 2008 Prosecutors say Sen. Craig's conviction in bathroom sex sting should stand Sat Feb 23, 2008 > News > Metro -- Man ordered to stand trial for murder in de... Sat Feb 23, 2008 News: Getting your expensive kicks | - Sat Feb 23, 2008 ANTI-CASINO GROUP STAGES SIT-IN TO PROTEST GAMBLING : No-play protest staged at ... Sat Feb 23, 2008 TRIB UPDATE: Tuesday wreck kills Everson man | Lynden Tribune Sat Feb 23, 2008 Can Facebook and LinkedIn help your career? Sat Feb 23, 2008 Stealth bomber crashes on Guam - Military - Sat Feb 23, 2008 Long Beach concerts to relive the greatness of Beethoven - Press-Telegram Sat Feb 23, 2008 Armed men hold up armored vehicle in Cerritos; police search for suspects - Pres... Sat Feb 23, 2008 The dark side of the moon Sat Feb 23, 2008 Radioactive eyes don't lie (about your age, anyway) Fri Feb 22, 2008 Name change touches a beach community's soul Fri Feb 22, 2008 Meat is a mystery to schools Fri Feb 22, 2008 SUCCESSFUL SATELLITE STRIKE SENDS ME SSAGE : Missile's bull's-eye on satellite ec... Fri Feb 22, 2008 Fw: Statewide Advertising Fri Feb 22, 2008 Fw: Ranger Challenge: 12,000 Calls Today Fri Feb 22, 2008 Missile's bull's-eye on satellite echoes far, experts say Fri Feb 22, 2008 Behave, the Video Vigilante is watching Fri Feb 22, 2008 Tiger Woods wins on 20th hole Fri Feb 22, 2008 Family's overdue news: Drew Peterson's 3rd wife was murdered Fri Feb 22, 2008 The politics of usted (Poorbuthappy in Colombia!) Fri Feb 22, 2008 USTED AS 3RD PERSON : Pronombres Fri Feb 22, 2008 USTED AS 3RD PERSON : SPANISH SUBJECT PRONOUN CHART Fri Feb 22, 2008 USTED : SPANISH SUBJECT PRONOUN CHART Fri Feb 22, 2008 PHOTO CONTRADICTS CLEMENS TESTIMONY : The Official Site of Major League Baseball... Fri Feb 22, 2008 Renzi Allegedly Funded First House Race With Embezzled Money, By John Bresnahan ... Fri Feb 22, 2008 NOW U CAN CLONE YOUR DOG : Officer in Clinton motorcade dies in crash on way to ... Fri Feb 22, 2008 Officer in Clinton motorcade dies in crash on way to Dallas rally | - ... Fri Feb 22, 2008 Classic Beach, but Much More in Santa Monica - New York Times Fri Feb 22, 2008

ITS OSCAR TIME AGAIN ! Academy Awards - Oscars - Movies - Carpetbagger - New Yor... Fri Feb 22, 2008 SCHOOLS MAY START LAYING OFF EMPLOYEES : California's schools gird for steep cut... Thu Feb 21, 2008 ARE NAVY SONAR TESTS CAUSING DOLPHINS TO DIE ? Dead dolphin was near site of Nav... Thu Feb 21, 2008 Fw: Rangers: Texas Calls Available Thu Feb 21, 2008 Fw: On The Trail In Texas Thu Feb 21, 2008 5k Woods' survives in the desert Wed Feb 20, 2008 On Shaq's night, Kobe shines Wed Feb 20, 2008 THEY DID IT ! ON TARGET ! Navy missile hits failing spy satellite Wed Feb 20, 2008 2 F-15's COLLIDE & DISAPPEAR : CNN || Officials: F-15s collide over Gulf of Mexi... Wed Feb 20, 2008 THE MISSLE MUST NOT JUST HIT THE SATELLITE, BUT PRECISELY THE FUEL TANK : CNN || Nav... Wed Feb 20, 2008 A TON OF TAX MONEY SPENT ON A FAILED SATELLITE : U.S. says it now can shoot down... Wed Feb 20, 2008 Fw: Re: Re THE EXPEDITED FUNDS AVAILABILITY ACT : Expedited Funds Availability A... Wed Feb 20, 2008 CAN OUR MILITARY MAKE AN ACCURATE STRIKE ON THE SATELLITE ? U.S. says it now can... Wed Feb 20, 2008 Re THE EXPEDITED FUNDS AVAILABILITY ACT : Expedited Funds Availability Act - Wik... Wed Feb 20, 2008 MORE AMERICANS HAVING TROUBLE CROSSING THE BORDER : Traverse City RecordEagle -... Wed Feb 20, 2008 FATHER-SON ARRESTED FOR ROBBERIES : Traverse City Record-Eagle - Father, son arr... Wed Feb 20, 2008 COMPLAINTS RE OBAMA CAMPAIGN USING AUTOMATED PHONE SYSTEM Casper StarTribune On... Wed Feb 20, 2008 WHY IS PROTESTANT CHRISTIANITY DECLINING ? Casper Star-Tribune Online - Odd Wed Feb 20, 2008 RE MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE FAMILY Casper Star-Tribune Online - Casper Wed Feb 20, 2008 SPACE SHUTTLE SCHEDULED FOR LANDING TODAY : -- Associated Pres... Wed Feb 20, 2008 Celebrating a shared history Tue Feb 19, 2008 L.A. lawyer Terry Christensen to be tried separately from Pellicano Tue Feb 19, 2008 How to woo a superdelegate Tue Feb 19, 2008 Obama, McCain win Wisconsin primary Tue Feb 19, 2008 A Spoonful of Immunity? - New York Times Tue Feb 19, 2008 SPACE SHUTTLE TO LAND ON WEDNESDAY : Satellite Shooting Is Next as Shuttle Heads... Tue Feb 19, 2008 AGE 45 to 54 SUICIDE RATE SKYROCKETS : Midlife Suicide Rises, Puzzling Researche... Tue Feb 19, 2008 CASTRO RESIGNS : Fidel Castro Resigns as Cuba’s President - New York Times Tue Feb 19, 2008 Fw: DEVELOPING COGNITIVE RESERVES IN SENIORS : Memory - Aging - Medicine & Healt... Tue Feb 19, 2008 Carrying forward Buddhism or fueling evil cults? - People's Daily Online Tue Feb 19, 2008 CAT SCAN PRODUCES MUCH RADIATION : Computed tomography - Wikipedia, the free enc... Mon Feb 18, 2008 Pettitte may be nice, but he still cheated Mon Feb 18, 2008 HUCKABEE KEEPS MARCHING ON : Fw: Rangers They Are Cheering You On Mon Feb 18, 2008 Lawyer Claims Britney Held Hostage! - - Entertainment News, Celebrity Go... Mon Feb 18, 2008 Fw: Rangers: Finish Strong In Wisconsin Mon Feb 18, 2008

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH DOES NOT EMPOWER THE POOR : Poor won't have the luxury of a ... Mon Feb 18, 2008 EMPOWER THE POOR VIA EDUCATION & RELIGION ! Poor won't have the luxury of a tax ... Mon Feb 18, 2008 WE MUST HELP OUR POOR PEOPLE TO HELP THEMSELVES ! Poor won't have the luxury of ... Mon Feb 18, 2008 CALIF CONGRESS WON'T CUT LUXURY TAX LOOPHOLE, BUT WILL CUT MEDI-CAL FOR POOR : P... Mon Feb 18, 2008 Judgment day for L.A. teacher union officials Mon Feb 18, 2008 Minister takes on L.A. gangs Mon Feb 18, 2008 California prisoners serve overtime Mon Feb 18, 2008 Bruins build it brick by brick Mon Feb 18, 2008 James is the king All-Star again Mon Feb 18, 2008 CHINO CATTLE OPERATION SHUT DOWN FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS : Huge beef recall issue... Mon Feb 18, 2008 Sort of makes me think of the ROGER CLEMENS Tragedy Sun Feb 17, 2008 HUCKABEE SOUNDS URGENT ! Fw: URGENT: 34,000 Wisconsin Calls To Go Sun Feb 17, 2008 Dreams Stifled, Egypt’s Young Turn to Islamic Fervor - New York Times Sun Feb 17, 2008 A real Tijuana hangover Sat Feb 16, 2008 CAN WE STOP SCHOOL SHOOTINGS ? School shootings: quest for answers Sat Feb 16, 2008 Fla. deputy seen dumping paralyzed man onto jail floor turns herself in Sat Feb 16, 2008 Welcome to the City of Monterey Park - Chinese New Year Festival Sat Feb 16, 2008 THE MEDIA HAS ALREADY COUNTED HUCKABEE OUT Fw: URGENT: 15,000 Wisconsin Calls Sat Feb 16, 2008 U HAVE TO ADMIRE HUCKABEE's PERSISTENCE : Fw: URGENT: 15,000 Wisconsin Calls Tod... Sat Feb 16, 2008 Fw: PATRIOT-PACKERS IN 4 DEGREE WEATHER COULD BE A CLASSIC ! Sat Feb 16, 2008 Fw: RE SENSELESS MURDER: L.A. man keeps giving, even after his slaying Sat Feb 16, 2008 ROGER CLEMENS TESTIMONY MAY BE EVIDENCE of the AUDACITY one ACQUIRES... Sat Feb 16, 2008 Some people LIVING A LIE will eventually be EXPOSED Sat Feb 16, 2008 Experts Question Spears Lawyer's Moves Sat Feb 16, 2008 Experts Question Spears Lawyer's Moves Sat Feb 16, 2008 IF OUR NEW PRESIDENT IMMEDIATELY WITHDRAWS TROOPS FROM IRAQ IT COULD BE TROUBLE ... Sat Feb 16, 2008 Iraq's Jihad Myths Sat Feb 16, 2008 MICHIGAN : THE BLIND LEADING THE BLIND Sat Feb 16, 2008 MICHIGAN "LEADERS" ARE MORE CONCERNED ABOUT BEING OUTSHINED THAN BEING SAVED Sat Feb 16, 2008 MICHIGAN PERSECUTES THEIR SAVIORS Sat Feb 16, 2008 UNFORTUNATELY, MICHIGAN IS PART OF THE CRISIS : A Crisis of Faith - New York Tim... Sat Feb 16, 2008 A CRISIS OF FAITH ? : RECESSION BEFORE DEPRESSIONA Crisis of Faith - New York Ti... Sat Feb 16, 2008 I Love You, but You Love Meat - New York Times Sat Feb 16, 2008 At Berra Museum, the Display of Clemens’s Jersey Is Over - New York Times Sat Feb 16, 2008 THIS NORTHERN ILLINOIS GUNMAN SEEMED TO BE OKAY : Gunman, Active and Successful,... Sat Feb 16, 2008 Re CORAL REEF : IRIB PERSIAN NEWS PAGE Fri Feb 15, 2008 Fw: Two New Texas Polls Show Close Race Fri Feb 15, 2008 RECORD COLD, VIETNAM : Bangkok Post Breaking News Fri Feb 15, 2008 Rocker Tells Huckabee to Lay Off Song Fri Feb 15, 2008 Fw: IMPORTANT: Four Wisconsin Phone Lists Available Fri Feb 15, 2008 Navy Will Attempt to Down Spy Satellite Fri Feb 15, 2008 The Associated Press: Ex-Ohio Cop Convicted of Lover's Death Fri Feb 15, 2008 Waxman Regrets Hearing Was Held - New York Times Fri Feb 15, 2008

Friend Is Questioned for Eight Hours in Killing of Therapist - New York Times Fri Feb 15, 2008 SCHOOL SUED RE STUDENT's DEATH Thu Feb 14, 2008 SPIELBERG BOWS OUT OF BEIJING OLYMPIC ROLE Thu Feb 14, 2008 Cruising the Amazon Thu Feb 14, 2008 Fw: MCNAMEE COULD BE LYING FOR ATTENTION : The Daily Breeze: Clemens makes himse... Thu Feb 14, 2008 Jane Fonda Uses Vulgar Slang on `Today' Thu Feb 14, 2008 L.A. County may close most of its clinics Thu Feb 14, 2008 Valentines from hearts now stilled Thu Feb 14, 2008 Lakers' Gasol is a quick study, an instant hero -- and homeless Thu Feb 14, 2008 McNamee's Lawyer Predicts Clemens Pardon - New York Times Thu Feb 14, 2008 More pain than gain in treating backache Wed Feb 13, 2008 Actor Henry Winkler testifies for John Ritter's widow Wed Feb 13, 2008 HOW MOVIE STUDIOS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AUTHORS : Eaten alive in the studio jungle Wed Feb 13, 2008 Hearing ends with scolding of Clemens Wed Feb 13, 2008 COULD BE A BAD DAY FOR ROGER CLEMENS : Damaging Information Said to Await Clemen... Wed Feb 13, 2008 Homeless man dies following TV interview Wed Feb 13, 2008 Gibson sued by 'Passion' screenwriter Wed Feb 13, 2008 HUCKABEE WILL NOT QUIT : Fw: The First Question... Tue Feb 12, 2008 5k Orange County man is accused of being a spy Tue Feb 12, 2008 Fw: I'M MOVING TO NEW HAMPSHIRE ! Re: RE OUTRAGEOUS INSURANCE QUOTE Tue Feb 12, 2008 5k Animal shelters are under scrutiny Tue Feb 12, 2008 WHY AREN'T OUR TRAFFIC SIGNALS IN SYNCHRONICITY ?Traffic lights have drivers pla... Tue Feb 12, 2008 Clinton loses another top campaign aide Tue Feb 12, 2008 NEW CAR LOANS SHOULD BE 5% : The best little deal in banking - Nov. 12, 2007 Tue Feb 12, 2008 Consumers - Usury - California Dept. of Justice - Office of the Attorney General Tue Feb 12, 2008 WHAT'S THE USURY RATE IN YOUR STATE ? State Interest Rates and Usury Limits Tue Feb 12, 2008 ISLAM LAW DOES NOT ALLOW BANKS TO CHARGE INTEREST : Usury - Wikipedia, the free ... Tue Feb 12, 2008 LOOK AT HOW CREDIT CARD COMPANIES TRY TO ROB THE CONSUMER : 12-03-2007 Senate ... Tue Feb 12, 2008 MAKE A CALL FOR MIKE ! Fw: URGENT: Rangers Help Finish Maryland Calls Tue Feb 12, 2008 HOW TO BUILD RAPPORT : Psychology - Mimicry - Persuasion - How to Build Rapport ... Tue Feb 12, 2008 BRIDE DIES ON WEDDING DAY : Bride collapses, dies during first dance Tue Feb 12, 2008 DO YOU WANT TO LIVE TO 100 ? Even with chronic illness, you may live to 100 - Ag... Tue Feb 12, 2008 Press-Telegram - Long Beach substitute teacher pleads not guilty to sexual assau... Mon Feb 11, 2008 The Daily Breeze - Politically speaking, this columnist wonders what's in a name Mon Feb 11, 2008 Winehouse dominates Grammys Mon Feb 11, 2008 Off-label Botox use linked to serious side effects - Mon Feb 11, 2008 How Sticky Is Membership on Facebook? Just Try Breaking Free - New York Times Mon Feb 11, 2008 Putting Candidates Under the Videoscope - New York Times Mon Feb 11, 2008 Obama Wins in Maine; Clinton Replaces Her Campaign Manager - New York Times Mon Feb 11, 2008 Verizon fixes voice mail glitch, promises rebates Sun Feb 10, 2008

PET HEALTH INSURANCE BECOMING POPULAR : For Your Pet, a Policy All Its Own - New... Sun Feb 10, 2008 Young Muslims put faith in Facebook Sat Feb 09, 2008 Aurora couple accused of running prostitution ring through Craigslist Sat Feb 09, 2008 Fw: WHEN DID THE INDIANS BECOME THE BENGALS ? Ottawa Hills QB charged with armed... Sat Feb 09, 2008 3k Fw: AUDIOTAPE DOESN'T TELL THE WHOLE STORY : News: Talking to an officer? You mi... Sat Feb 09, 2008 6k Three nabbed in illegal massage sting Sat Feb 09, 2008 Man dies after driving into pond while evading police Sat Feb 09, 2008 Press-Telegram - Hitting a small pothole can take a big bite out of your bank ac... Sat Feb 09, 2008 Pasadena Star-News - Pastor enters plea; will avoid molestation charges Sat Feb 09, 2008 - RB desalting plant is inching forward Sat Feb 09, 2008 Seeing God in tornadoes' wake Sat Feb 09, 2008 TRAGIC SHOOTING IN MISSOURI : Killer of five left note: 'Truth will win' Sat Feb 09, 2008 Why isn't Huckabee throwing in the towel? Sat Feb 09, 2008 BABY FOUND ALIVE IN TORNADO RUBBLE : 'It's Not a Baby Doll -- It's Alive' Sat Feb 09, 2008 SEEMS LIKE STRANGE TIME FOR A TORNADO : Bush Sees Tornado Damage Firsthand Sat Feb 09, 2008 Citing 15-Year Delay, Suit Seeks Action on Rebuilt Wrecks - New York Times Sat Feb 09, 2008 Clemens Campaigns as His Wife Is Named - New York Times Sat Feb 09, 2008 Gunman kills 5 at City Council meeting / Attacker slain after targeting mayor of... Fri Feb 08, 2008 The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia Fri Feb 08, 2008 In Bronx School, Culture Shock, Then Revival - New York Times Fri Feb 08, 2008 Congress Votes for a Stimulus of $168 Billion - New York Times Fri Feb 08, 2008 WOW ! SUDDENLY ROMNEY STEPS DOWN : Romney Exits, Saying He Has to ‘Stand Aside... Thu Feb 07, 2008 PENILE DYSFUNCTION IS RELATED TO OXYGEN IN THE BLOOD : Impotence (Erectile dysfu... Thu Feb 07, 2008 WAS MY VOTE COUNTED AS A NON-PARTISAN ? The Daily Breeze - Los Angeles County hi... Thu Feb 07, 2008 BIG TRADE: SHAQUILLE O'NEAL TO PHOENIX : Phoenix, the NBA's fastest team, acquir... Thu Feb 07, 2008 Making for easier assimilation Thu Feb 07, 2008 CALIFORNIA LATINOS FAVOR HILARY CLINTON : Clinton's twin pillars of support Thu Feb 07, 2008 Big names, big works ... big checkbook Thu Feb 07, 2008 L.A. COUNTY EMERGENCY ROOMS ARE IN BAD SHAPE : Harbor-UCLA emergency room patien... Thu Feb 07, 2008 Waterboarding is legal, White House says Thu Feb 07, 2008 LONGER TERM LIMITS DEFEATED : California leaders are suddenly lame ducks Thu Feb 07, 2008 California leaders are suddenly lame ducks Thu Feb 07, 2008 LENT MEANS "SPRING" : Lent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wed Feb 06, 2008 WHY FORTY DAYS ? Lent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wed Feb 06, 2008 TODAY MARKS THE BEGINNING OF 40-DAY LENT : Lent - Wikipedia, the free encycloped... Wed Feb 06, 2008 ASHES ARE SYMBOLIC OF REPENTANCE : Ash Wednesday - Wikipedia, the free encyclope... Wed Feb 06, 2008 MCCAIN HAS REPUTATION FOR TANTRUMS & PROFANITIES : McCain wins California, eight... Wed Feb 06, 2008

ROMNEY & HUCKABEE ARE CANCELLING EACHOTHER OUT : McCain wins California, eight o... Wed Feb 06, 2008 Search called off for Van Nuys school intruder Wed Feb 06, 2008 CNN || Spears' manager accused of drugging singer Tue Feb 05, 2008 BOBBY KNIGHT CALLS IT QUITS : - Writers - Seth Davis: Pat Knight sheds li... Tue Feb 05, 2008 KENYA DEATH TOLL SURPASSES 1000 : New York Times Tue Feb 05, 2008 The unexpected monks - The Boston Globe Tue Feb 05, 2008 Fw: This Race Is Tight Mon Feb 04, 2008 Fw: Make Final Get Out The Vote Calls this Evening Mon Feb 04, 2008 2 MEN KILLED BY PARADE FLOAT : Son of Miss. legislator killed by parade float - ... Mon Feb 04, 2008 The Denver Post - Hidden camera revives probe in Aruba case Mon Feb 04, 2008 Strike May End Soon, but Writers May Confront a Hostile Hollywood - New York Tim... Mon Feb 04, 2008 THEY'RE GOING TO TURN BRITNEY SPEARS INTO A SUBMISSIVE ZOMBIE : Britney Spears t... Mon Feb 04, 2008 TEENAGER KILLS HIS ENTIRE FAMILY Mon Feb 04, 2008 Check All - Clear All 200 Chicago: The World's Kind of Town? Mon Feb 04, 2008 SUPERBOWL, SUPER TUESDAY, ASH WEDNESDAY : WHAT'S MOST IMPORTANT ? Mon Feb 04, 2008 Travel: New ID requirements at border crossings | border, passports, people, cit... Mon Feb 04, 2008 News: Runner fails at attempt to go three marathons | through, run, bauknecht, m... Mon Feb 04, 2008 Happy mob swarms through Times Square as faithful surf on cars Mon Feb 04, 2008 HUCKABEE STILL HOPEFUL : Fw: America Will See a Second Upset This Week Mon Feb 04, 2008 6k Yellowstone's cold faithful Mon Feb 04, 2008 IT COST $25,000 TO ESCORT BRITNEY SPEARS TO THE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL : The Daily... Mon Feb 04, 2008 WAS THIS THE BEST SUPERBOWL EVER ? The Daily Breeze - Giants are a wild card to ... Mon Feb 04, 2008 RE THE "SMARTPEN" : Livescribe Unveils Pulse(TM) Smartpen and Developer Program:... Mon Feb 04, 2008 Eureka! It Really Takes Years of Hard Work - New York Times Mon Feb 04, 2008 Is the Faith-Based Initiative Working? - New York Times Mon Feb 04, 2008 Male Circumcision No Aid to Women in Study - New York Times Mon Feb 04, 2008 Jay Leno - Late Shows - Television - Column - New York Times Mon Feb 04, 2008 DANGER OF GOSSIP AT THE OFFICE : Gossip Is Information by Another Name - New Yor... Mon Feb 04, 2008 A Tiny Staff, Tracking People Across the Globe - New York Times Mon Feb 04, 2008 Giants Stun Patriots in Super Bowl XLII - New York Times Mon Feb 04, 2008 Giants upset the Patriots, 17-14 Sun Feb 03, 2008 PATRIOTS LOSE ! Wow ! Sun Feb 03, 2008 THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED : BUDDY HOLLOWAY DIED Sun Feb 03, 2008 NO WONDER HARKEMA LEFT. SURROUNDED BY GANG PROBLEMS : Pasadena Star-News - Monro... Sun Feb 03, 2008 I NEVER KNEW THERE WAS SO MUCH GANG VIOLENCE WHERE HARKEMA LIVED, MONROVIA : Pas... Sun Feb 03, 2008 Traverse City Record-Eagle - Inmates awarded $15.5M in sex abuse case Sun Feb 03, 2008 Homemade highlight reel launched Brady's career Sun Feb 03, 2008 5 women slain in store Sun Feb 03, 2008 News: Talking to an officer? You might be on tape | cops, strong, protect - OCRe... Sun Feb 03, 2008

Fw: AUDIOTAPE DOESN'T TELL THE WHOLE STORY : News: Talking to an officer? You mi... Sun Feb 03, 2008 6k Life: Ashes mark beginningof Lenten season | ashes, dust, life, lord, days - OCR... Sun Feb 03, 2008 News: Man plans to run Surf City marathon three times | run, bauknecht, miles, m... Sun Feb 03, 2008 Holloway’s mom resigned to her death - Americas - Sun Feb 03, 2008 On the Road With Vince Vaughn, Not Just for Laughs - New York Times Sun Feb 03, 2008 A Clearer Picture on Voter ID - New York Times Sun Feb 03, 2008 TRAIN DELAYED Sat Feb 02, 2008 The world's richest man* (*on some days) Sat Feb 02, 2008 HAPPY GROUNDHOGS DAY : Punxsutawney Phil sees shadow, predicts more winter ahead Sat Feb 02, 2008 Deep brain stimulation boosts memory Sat Feb 02, 2008 Study finds happiness lowest at midlife Sat Feb 02, 2008 Getting juiced at wine tastings Sat Feb 02, 2008 BOILING WATER DOES NOT REMOVE LEAD : Lead Contamination - Tap Water - Medicine a... Sat Feb 02, 2008 NEVER USE HOT TAP WATER FOR COOKING OR DRINKING : Lead Contamination - Tap Water... Sat Feb 02, 2008 Sex Offender Accused of Raping Boy, 6, in Public Library - New York Times Sat Feb 02, 2008 A Wild Ramble, Near the Golden Gate - New York Times Sat Feb 02, 2008 Actor Snipes acquitted of tax fraud, guilty of failing to file a return Fri Feb 01, 2008 MICROSOFT HAS ITS EYE ON YAHOO : Microsoft offers $45 billion for Yahoo Fri Feb 01, 2008 Dim sum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Fri Feb 01, 2008 FOR MORE ABOUT DIM SUM : Dim sum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Fri Feb 01, 2008 DO YOU KNOW WHAT DIM SUM IS ? Fri Feb 01, 2008 SUICIDE RATES AT ALARMING LEVELS FOR AMERICAN SOLDIERS IN IRAQ : Soldier Suicide... Fri Feb 01, 2008 WHEN DID THE INDIANS BECOME THE BENGALS ? Ottawa Hills QB charged with armed rob... Fri Feb 01, 2008 3k As McCain Wins, Critics on Right Look Again - New York Times Fri Feb 01, 2008 Spears’ well-being now in hands of experts - Celebrities - Thu Jan 31, 2008 Natalee Holloway case solved? - Americas - Thu Jan 31, 2008 Needing a Hail Mary, Fans Find a Monastery - New York Times Thu Jan 31, 2008 Repugnance - Constraint - Markets - New York Times Thu Jan 31, 2008 I PREACHED ABOUT THIS COMPANY 8 YEARS AGO : Lilly Considers $1 Billion Fine to S... Thu Jan 31, 2008 News: Indictment of Debora Carona amended | carona, sheriff, deborah, charges, h... Thu Jan 31, 2008 Los Angeles City Council back a dream Thu Jan 31, 2008 The Daily Breeze - Ducks get into third gear Thu Jan 31, 2008 Child-killing suspect faces new charge Thu Jan 31, 2008 'Poorman' has a wealth of ideas Thu Jan 31, 2008 SHOOTINGS IN MONROVIA SHAKE UP TRANQUIL CITY : Cross-racial shootings spark fear... Thu Jan 31, 2008

LOOK FOR AN "A" AT THE RESTAURANT : A-list dining in L.A. County makes the grade Thu Jan 31, 2008 Obama takes aim at last rival standing Thu Jan 31, 2008 Sports is a strain on fans' hearts Thu Jan 31, 2008 NOW JOHN EDWARDS IS OUT ! John Edwards ends presidential bid Wed Jan 30, 2008 ANOTHER REAGAN LIBRARY PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE : Romney pulling back on Super Tuesda... Wed Jan 30, 2008 Huge Lawsuit Could Change Handling of the Dead Wed Jan 30, 2008 For Giuliani, a Dizzying Free-Fall - New York Times Wed Jan 30, 2008 GIULANI FELL SO QUICKLY : For Giuliani, a Dizzying Free-Fall - New York Times Wed Jan 30, 2008 New Orleans police: Officer shot to death with own gun by rape suspect she tried... Wed Jan 30, 2008 W.Va. mayor stuck at Calif. airport uses magazine to prove his identity to secur... Wed Jan 30, 2008 Former congressional hopeful in New Hampshire faces trial on charge of falsifyin... Wed Jan 30, 2008 -- Philadelphia dad convicted of killing daughter, 17 months old, over broken Xb... Wed Jan 30, 2008 Bush says reliance on faith helped him beat 'addiction' to alcohol Wed Jan 30, 2008 'Late Late Show' host Craig Ferguson passes test to leave his 'honorary citizen'... Wed Jan 30, 2008 RE OBAMA Tue Jan 29, 2008 TRUMANS ONLY CHILD DIES Tue Jan 29, 2008 Yahoo's 4th-quarter profit drops 23% Tue Jan 29, 2008 Abdul-Jabbar as Renaissance man Tue Jan 29, 2008 Fw: Non ChexSystems Banks List -- You Are In! Tue Jan 29, 2008 3k News: Youth guard sentenced for relationship with inmate | hasselbarth, county, ... Tue Jan 29, 2008 New skin disorder drawing attention Tue Jan 29, 2008 LA Daily News - Marijuana machines could be cure for inconvenience Tue Jan 29, 2008 Eli Manning Took Cues From Mother - New York Times Tue Jan 29, 2008 Can a Sandwich Be Slandered? - New York Times Tue Jan 29, 2008 Camelot ’08 Overshadows Bush Speech - New York Times Tue Jan 29, 2008 Native mask is returned to Alaskan roots | Lynden Tribune Tue Jan 29, 2008 Press-Telegram - Catalina fire suspect pleads not guilty Tue Jan 29, 2008 Press-Telegram - Mass. man survives plunge into frigid pond; tells rescuers `Don... Tue Jan 29, 2008 LAUSD, colleges to rejoin forces Tue Jan 29, 2008 Bush to visit Torrance company on Wednesday Tue Jan 29, 2008 Fw: Working Overtime Tue Jan 29, 2008 5k Vegas chapels' unholy hustle Mon Jan 28, 2008 Pasadena Star-News - L.A. zoo was site of animal attack Mon Jan 28, 2008 Pasadena Star-News - Pastor enters plea; will avoid molestation charges Mon Jan 28, 2008 Boys Stick Tongues on Frozen Flagpole Mon Jan 28, 2008 Milwaukee to immortalize TV's 'the Fonz' in bronze | | The Desert S... Mon Jan 28, 2008 Still More Rain in Sodden California Mon Jan 28, 2008 OUR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ARE HURTING : Banks and Banking - United States Econo... Mon Jan 28, 2008 WHY THE FCU STOLE MY MONEY--THEY ARE NOT DOING WELL : Banks and Banking United... Mon Jan 28, 2008 A Violation of Both the Law and the Spirit - New York Times Mon Jan 28, 2008 U.S. warns satellite will fall to Earth soon Sun Jan 27, 2008

Drowning in debt, he needs a life raft Sun Jan 27, 2008 Brady is just Johnny come lately Sun Jan 27, 2008 Tiger Woods completes his domination Sun Jan 27, 2008 The Daily Breeze - What More Could a Dog Want? Sun Jan 27, 2008 The Daily Breeze - 3rd avalanche victim is actor Sun Jan 27, 2008 Huckabee's book deal after Jonesboro tragedy still rankles Sat Jan 26, 2008 INTERESTING : What chores would Jesus do? Sat Jan 26, 2008 Miss America gets real Sat Jan 26, 2008 Bowers Museum didn't need this publicity Sat Jan 26, 2008 I WAS A MEMBER AT BOWERS FOR A WHILE : Bowers Museum didn't need this publicity Sat Jan 26, 2008 BOWERS MUSEUM IN TROUBLE : Bowers Museum didn't need this publicity Sat Jan 26, 2008 More Hit Cost Limit On Health Insurance Sat Jan 26, 2008 - O, by the Way: Protest over Jacobson planned at ESPN today Sat Jan 26, 2008 WOODS LEADS AT TORREY PINES : Woods Isn’t Driving Perfectly, but He’s Cruisi... Sat Jan 26, 2008 Chico Enterprise Record - California braces for more wintry storms Sat Jan 26, 2008 Jerry Springer: The Opera - Harvey Keitel - Theater - New York Times Sat Jan 26, 2008 Aircraft Crashes on Los Angeles Freeway - New York Times Sat Jan 26, 2008 Hmmm — didn't I have a house here? - Weird news - Thu Jan 24, 2008 Pilot gets $5 million for Sept. 11 tip - Security - Thu Jan 24, 2008 High altitude adventure Thu Jan 24, 2008 Fw: Re: COLA CONSUMPTION INCREASES KIDNEY PROBLEMS : Soda - Nutrition - Health E... Thu Jan 24, 2008 Pasadena Star-News - Starbucks selling $1 coffee with free refills in Seattle Thu Jan 24, 2008 Press-Telegram - Wife held after husband shot Thu Jan 24, 2008 CNN || Thompson abandons White House bid Thu Jan 24, 2008 The Complex Crux Of Wireless Warfare Thu Jan 24, 2008 COLA CONSUMPTION INCREASES KIDNEY PROBLEMS : Soda - Nutrition - Health Effects -... Thu Jan 24, 2008 Barry Bonds asks court to dismiss criminal charges | Breaking news | Guardian Un... Wed Jan 23, 2008 Longtime patron may be a problem for Obama Wed Jan 23, 2008 Longtime patron may be a problem for Obama Wed Jan 23, 2008 Sexual harassment suit filed against John Burton Wed Jan 23, 2008 Winter storm expected to hit L.A. soon Wed Jan 23, 2008 - More Sports - Extreme skier dies during jump for film - Tuesday January... Wed Jan 23, 2008 Spears goes to custody case deposition Tue Jan 22, 2008 L.A. Unified scales back building plans Tue Jan 22, 2008 HUCKABEE NEEDS MORE MONEY Fw: Getting Started Tue Jan 22, 2008

GENTRIFICATION MAY BE THE REASON : L.A. Unified scales back building plans Tue Jan 22, 2008 DID LAUSD REACH ITS PEAK IN 2003 ? L.A. Unified scales back building plans Tue Jan 22, 2008 Fw: HUCKABEE TOOK OVER FOR GOV JIM GUY TUCKER Tue Jan 22, 2008 Fw: DID HUCKABEE REPLACE BILL CLINTON AS GOVERNOR ? Huckabee's faith cut both wa... Tue Jan 22, 2008 OBAMA CONFIRMS HE IS CHRISTIAN : Obama sets record straight on religion - Barack... Tue Jan 22, 2008 Wii plays unlikely role as rehab tool Tue Jan 22, 2008 YOUR DESIRE TO "SHOW OFF" TO MOUW... Tue Jan 22, 2008 Shaky Brady sporting cast on foot - Tue Jan 22, 2008 THE CASTE SYSTEM IN INDIA MUST BE ABOLISHED : Overcoming Caste Tue Jan 22, 2008 NASA Says New Rocket Might Shake Violently Tue Jan 22, 2008 University Investigates Whether Governor’s Daughter Earned Degree - New York T... Tue Jan 22, 2008 As Alps Warm, a Snow-Deprived Ski Resort Sells for $1 - New York Times Tue Jan 22, 2008 Fw: Re: VOTE NO ON PROPOSITION 93 : A California primary that matters Mon Jan 21, 2008 VOTE NO ON PROPOSITION 93 : A California primary that matters Mon Jan 21, 2008 EAST COAST's MT WASHINGTON SOUNDS SO SMALL, BUT IT APPARENTLY IS DAGEROUSExperie... Mon Jan 21, 2008 THE CATHOLIC CHURCH RAKES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS REGULARLY : Billionaire sold $1... Mon Jan 21, 2008 18 down, 1 to go for Patriots as they reach Super Bowl - The Boston Globe Mon Jan 21, 2008 ARE THE PATRIOTS THE 1927 YANKEES OF FOOTBALL ? 18 down, 1 to go for Patriots as... Mon Jan 21, 2008 WE MAY BE WITNESSING THE BEST NFL TEAM EVER ! 18 down, 1 to go for Patriots as t... Mon Jan 21, 2008 Huckabee Fails to Get Decisive Edge Among Evangelicals Mon Jan 21, 2008 - Farmers say they'll have to buy more cows Mon Jan 21, 2008 San Jose Mercury News - Planes collide over Corona; 5 die, 1 of them hit by debr... Mon Jan 21, 2008 From MySpace to YourSpace - New York Times Mon Jan 21, 2008 Los Angeles Editor Ousted After Resisting Job Cuts - New York Times Mon Jan 21, 2008 Giants Stun Packers and Head to the Super Bowl - New York Times Mon Jan 21, 2008 CORRECTION : GIANTS AT GREEN BAY New York Giants at Green Bay Packers - Inside t... Sun Jan 20, 2008 Press-Telegram - Does cheap gas cost you in the long run? Sat Jan 19, 2008 WILL THERE EVEN BE AN OSCAR AWARDS CEREMONY THIS YEAR ? Oscar still plans for a ... Sat Jan 19, 2008

Supreme Court will hear employee harassment case Sat Jan 19, 2008 PATRIOT-PACKERS IN 4 DEGREE WEATHER COULD BE A CLASSIC ! Sat Jan 19, 2008 FORCED RECTAL EXAM Sat Jan 19, 2008 PREACHER CAUGHT IN SCANDALSun-Times Mobile Edition Sat Jan 19, 2008 Former prosecutor acquitted of rape charge - The Boston Globe Sat Jan 19, 2008 Lawyer Reveals Secret, Toppling Death Sentence - New York Times Sat Jan 19, 2008 News: Excitement of nudity enhanced by shark | shark, surfing, water, time, nude... Sat Jan 19, 2008 News: Are we living in a Porn Nation? Find out at UCI | students, leahy, uci, se... Sat Jan 19, 2008 Oregon Mayor Unnerved by Lingerie Photos Sat Jan 19, 2008 Renewed candidacy for Thompson - The New York Times - Sat Jan 19, 2008 TRAGIC ERROR BY THE COURT : Estranged husband is freed, kills wife - Crime & cou... Sat Jan 19, 2008 Estranged husband is freed, kills wife - Crime & courts - Sat Jan 19, 2008 Robber can keep $1 million lottery - Crime & courts - Sat Jan 19, 2008 Huckabee walks fine line amid pulpit, podium - The New York Times - Sat Jan 19, 2008 The Daily Breeze - Mom killed daughter, report says Sat Jan 19, 2008 Press-Telegram - Book of Mormon sees single-word change in key text Sat Jan 19, 2008 The Daily Breeze - UCLA wants answer from Chow soon Sat Jan 19, 2008 Update: Experts say taunting wasn't only factor in tiger attack Fri Jan 18, 2008 The Daily Breeze - Update: Experts say taunting wasn't only factor in tiger atta... Fri Jan 18, 2008 Governor says he made mistakes Fri Jan 18, 2008 Evangelicals not on same page Fri Jan 18, 2008 Fw: Re: GREEN BEAN WARNING Fw: New Era Canning Company Announces New Nationwide ... Fri Jan 18, 2008 GREEN BEAN WARNING Fw: New Era Canning Company Announces New Nationwide Recall o... Fri Jan 18, 2008 3k Lohan to Work in Morgue As Punishment - New York Times Fri Jan 18, 2008 THIS DICK CHENEY INCIDENT SOUNDS SIMILAR TO MY PASADENA INCIDENT : Secret Servic... Fri Jan 18, 2008 Secret Service: Detailed Look at ’06 Turmoil - New York Times Fri Jan 18, 2008 Bobby Fischer, Chess Master, Dies at 64 - New York Times Fri Jan 18, 2008 Fw: SCOTT, YOUR ARTICLE MAKES ME THINK ABOUT THE THEME SONG TO M*A*S*H :L.A. gra... Fri Jan 18, 2008 6k Fw: Huck, STOP ASKING FOR MONEY ! Re: Our New Michigan Ad Fri Jan 18, 2008 Directors, studios make a deal Thu Jan 17, 2008

Mix of genes linked to prostate cancer Thu Jan 17, 2008 Fw: Re: WHAT'S A KANGAROO COURT ? Kangaroo court - Wikipedia, the free encyclope... Wed Jan 16, 2008 WHAT'S A KANGAROO COURT ? Kangaroo court - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wed Jan 16, 2008 Judge doubles O.J. Simpson's bail Wed Jan 16, 2008 Martin Luther King Jr.'s son says Clinton erred with statement - The Boston Glob... Wed Jan 16, 2008 Check All - Clear All 400 US paid hit-man $20,000 on release from prison - The Boston Globe Wed Jan 16, 2008 Ginsburg Is Latest Justice to Reflect on Faith Wed Jan 16, 2008 Ginsburg Is Latest Justice to Reflect on Faith Wed Jan 16, 2008 Deal on Dams on Klamath Advances - New York Times Wed Jan 16, 2008 Actor Brad Renfro found dead Tue Jan 15, 2008 Everything's back in play for the Lakers Mon Jan 14, 2008 FOR MORE ABOUT PAD THAI : Pad Thai - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mon Jan 14, 2008 FOR MORE ABOUT CHINESE NOODLES : Chinese noodles - Wikipedia, the free encyclope... Mon Jan 14, 2008 Prisoner's lawsuit says it was too easy to escape Sun Jan 13, 2008 In Spain, a Monumental Silence - New York Times Sun Jan 13, 2008 Clemens Faces Dangers of Spin in Steroid Case - New York Times Sun Jan 13, 2008 Wines becoming liquid asset Sat Jan 12, 2008 Isiah will ‘never, ever, ever quit’ either Knick job - NBA - Sat Jan 12, 2008 19 BALD EAGLES DIE : 19 bald eagles feast, then die - Life - Sat Jan 12, 2008 U.S. attorney's office accused of anthrax case leaks Sat Jan 12, 2008 The Daily Breeze - Televangelist may purchase Virginia paper Sat Jan 12, 2008 The Daily Breeze - Torrance man accuses police<br> officers of killing his dog Sat Jan 12, 2008 The Daily Breeze - Bodies of Hermosa woman and daughter found in surf off Centra... Sat Jan 12, 2008 Newport Beach claims 5th suicide in 4 weeks Sat Jan 12, 2008 The Daily Breeze - O.J. "Miguel" Simpson back in jail in Vegas case; accused of ... Sat Jan 12, 2008 City Hall is a class struggle Fri Jan 11, 2008 New questions about West death Fri Jan 11, 2008

Calif. lawmaker won't seek reelection Fri Jan 11, 2008 ARIZONA GOV ENDORSES OBAMA : Obama lands another big backer Fri Jan 11, 2008 Palm Springs, Coachella Valley - Weather, News, Sports: O.J. Simpson he... Fri Jan 11, 2008 Pasadena Star-News - Arcadia police searching for missing former Pasadena police... Fri Jan 11, 2008 News: UPDATE: Passerby comes forward after helping save boy from drowning on Chr... Fri Jan 11, 2008 50-YEAR-OLD WOMAN JUMPS TO DEATH ON 91 FREEWAY : News: Person killed after jumpi... Fri Jan 11, 2008 SCHULLER WAS CRITICAL OF CARL KARCHER : News: Carl's Jr. founder in critical con... Fri Jan 11, 2008 CARLS JR FOUNDER IN CRITICAL CONDITION : News: Carl's Jr. founder in critical co... Fri Jan 11, 2008 QUALIFIED POLICE APPLICANTS AT LOWEST LEVEL EVER : Border Patrol gets creative i... Fri Jan 11, 2008 40-YEAR-OLD ICE SKATER FOUND DEAD : Skating champion Bowman, 40, found dead Fri Jan 11, 2008 COPS ARE FREQUENT CUSTOMERS OF PROSTITUTES IN CHICAGO : "Freakonomics" researche... Fri Jan 11, 2008 AMBER WAVES OF GAS ?: Gasoline Alternative May Be Found in Prairie Grass: Scient... Fri Jan 11, 2008 TURNING GRASS INTO GAS :Grass Makes Better Ethanol than Corn Does: Scientific Am... Fri Jan 11, 2008 Horses Spared in U.S. FaceDeath Across the Border - New York Times Fri Jan 11, 2008 They’re Playing My Song. Time to Work Out. - New York Times Fri Jan 11, 2008 Fishing Boats, Surfboards and Not a High-Rise in Sight - New York Times Fri Jan 11, 2008 Father denies throwing 4 kids off bridge - Crime & courts - Thu Jan 10, 2008 Mother charged after 4 bodies found - Crime & courts - Thu Jan 10, 2008 MENTALLY RETARDED MAN IN PRISON COMMITS SUICIDE : Left in uncertain hands, a hau... Thu Jan 10, 2008 Sir Edmund Hillary, 1st to scale Mt. Everest, dies Thu Jan 10, 2008 SIR EDMUND HILLARY DIES : Sir Edmund Hillary, 1st to scale Mt. Everest, dies Thu Jan 10, 2008

HOLLYWOOD "MAYOR" JOHNNY GRANT DIES : VOA News - Unofficial 'Mayor of Hollywood'... Thu Jan 10, 2008 In India, Gods Rule The 'Toon' Universe Thu Jan 10, 2008 Fw: RE: WILL BRITTANY SPEARS BE THE NEXT MARILYN MONROE ? Thu Jan 10, 2008 3k Bush Opens Tour With Call to Act Thu Jan 10, 2008 Britney Spears flees her family Thu Jan 10, 2008 Gold Base - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thu Jan 10, 2008 Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography - Andrew Morton - Book Review - New York T... Thu Jan 10, 2008 Four Wheels for the Masses: The $2,500 Car - New York Times Thu Jan 10, 2008 Conditions in Cascades Raise Avalanche Danger - New York Times Thu Jan 10, 2008 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Wed Jan 09, 2008 Idaho man amputates, microwaves hand - Life - Wed Jan 09, 2008 Sheltered instruction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wed Jan 09, 2008 Why Feb. 5 looks super to Clinton Wed Jan 09, 2008 DR PHIL CRITICIZED 4 TRYING 2 HELP BRITTANY : Spears family says Dr. Phil crosse... Wed Jan 09, 2008 Shakespeare -- The Lay Bible Wed Jan 09, 2008 Officials Violating 'One-Child' Policy Forced Out in China Wed Jan 09, 2008 Thomas Boswell - For the Redskins, the Unthinkable Has Happened - washingtonpost... Wed Jan 09, 2008 Young and Broke in the City, but Staying Afloat - New York Times Wed Jan 09, 2008 RE HUCKABEE: Third In New Hampshire! Wed Jan 09, 2008 5k Fw: SCOTT, YOUR ARTICLE MAKES ME THINK ABOUT THE THEME SONG TO M*A*S*H :L.A. gra... Tue Jan 08, 2008 5k L.A. grand jury issues subpoenas in Web suicide case Tue Jan 08, 2008 Pastor tells Taylor trial of massacre - Africa - Tue Jan 08, 2008 Fw: Re: THAT'S GREAT ! Sonlight children raising money for African wells | Lynde... Tue Jan 08, 2008 CNN || Sen. Craig to court: Let me withdraw my guilty plea Tue Jan 08, 2008 Mail ballots could make California vote meaningful / 44% of state's voters likel... Tue Jan 08, 2008

LSU Humbles No. 1 Ohio State 38 - 24 - New York Times Tue Jan 08, 2008 Fw: verry attractive. classy WALL THINGS ! Tue Jan 08, 2008 The Daily Breeze - LAUSD payroll glitches rile assemblyman Tue Jan 08, 2008 2 DOZEN L.A. SHERIFF EMPLOYEES ARRESTED PER YEAR FOR DUI : The Daily Breeze Br... Tue Jan 08, 2008 Man allegedly kills, cooks and eats girlfriend Tue Jan 08, 2008 Clemens' former trainer ‘willing to go to jail’ - Baseball - Mon Jan 07, 2008 Fw: THAT'S GREAT ! Sonlight children raising money for African wells | Lynden Tr... Mon Jan 07, 2008 L.A.'s fleet flounders in the Rose Parade Mon Jan 07, 2008 Police say man killed wife, self Mon Jan 07, 2008 Question draws out a usually guarded Clinton Mon Jan 07, 2008 SOUNDS LIKE ROGER CLEMENS GOT FRAMED : Clemens sues former strength coach over d... Mon Jan 07, 2008 Ex-Harvard President Meets a Former Student, and Intellectual Sparks Fly - New Y... Mon Jan 07, 2008 If Your Hard Drive Could Testify ... - New York Times Mon Jan 07, 2008 CRF-HYPERTENSION, BLINDNESS, SEIZURES : Feline CRF Information Center - Common P... Mon Jan 07, 2008 Pets First Article - Epilepsy in Dogs - What we need to Know to Understand it Mon Jan 07, 2008 Chronic Renal Failure, Canine Sun Jan 06, 2008 News: Judge to face charges of misconduct | commission, maceachern, public, judi... Sun Jan 06, 2008 Five new Lynden businesses open doors | Lynden Tribune Sun Jan 06, 2008 CNN || Explore the rustic side of Catalina Island Sun Jan 06, 2008 CNN || Do you know why I pulled you over? Sun Jan 06, 2008 News: Spirit of the season alive in Orange | handy, wrightwood, south, orange, l... Sun Jan 06, 2008 Forecast turns sunny as Californians mop up Sun Jan 06, 2008 DISTURBING REVELATION--WHERE DO PET STORES GET THEIR PUPPIES ?Damaged dogs pluck... Sun Jan 06, 2008 Trapped in elevator for 2 days - Weird news - Sun Jan 06, 2008

Museum director's portrait raises questions - U.S. news - Sun Jan 06, 2008 JAIL GUARD KILLS SELF AFTER PRISONERS ESCAPE Sun Jan 06, 2008 HOME FORECLOSURES AT CRISIS LEVEL IN MICHIGAN : Michigan home foreclosure protes... Sun Jan 06, 2008 CNN || Blood-stained clothes, missing hiker's ID found Sun Jan 06, 2008 For Astronaut, a Frustrating Wait Sun Jan 06, 2008 Judge Orders Ex-Clinton Bundler to Jail Sun Jan 06, 2008 The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia Sun Jan 06, 2008 VACCINE FOR CERTAIN BRAIN TUMORS FOUND SUCCESSFUL : Study Finds Novel Vaccine Cu... Sat Jan 05, 2008 Monster storm slams Western states - Weather - Sat Jan 05, 2008 Huckabee son in car wreck - Decision '08 - Sat Jan 05, 2008 Study: Monkeys 'pay' for sex by grooming - Science - Sat Jan 05, 2008 Cancer risk from toxic air drops by 17% in Southland Sat Jan 05, 2008 Southland gets a drenching but little damage Sat Jan 05, 2008 YOU HAD GALE FORCE WINDS TOO, JIM : Southland gets a drenching but little damage Sat Jan 05, 2008 I DIDN'T REALIZE SO CAL HAD BAD WEATHER TOO : 600K Without Power After Calif. St... Sat Jan 05, 2008 Mail ballots could make California vote meaningful / 44% of state's voters likel... Sat Jan 05, 2008 IS THERE ANY FORM OF FAIL-PROOF VOTING? : Voting Machines - Elections - Ballots ... Sat Jan 05, 2008 Fw: I don't like himHUCKABEE : Suddenly A Contender, Huckabee S... Fri Jan 04, 2008 More than 1M lose power in Calif. storm - Yahoo! News Fri Jan 04, 2008 Fw: U R SO COOL, JOHN ! - Despite holiday end run, tradition of bickering over t... Fri Jan 04, 2008 HOW COULD NORMAL PEOPLE REACH HER & HELP HER ? Top Stories - Britney Spears lose... Fri Jan 04, 2008 WHAT CAN YOU OR I (WE) DO FOR HER ? Top Stories - Britney Spears loses visitatio... Fri Jan 04, 2008 I HOPE SHE'S NOT THE NEXT MARILYN MONROE : Britney Spears loses visitation right... Fri Jan 04, 2008

THIS POOR GIRL MUST BE A SUICIDE POTENTIAL- Britney Spears loses visitation righ... Fri Jan 04, 2008 WAIT 4 EIGHT HOURS TO ICE SKATE IN MEXICO CITY : A Warm Reception for Ice Fri Jan 04, 2008 Funny thing, Craig Ferguson is on the write track Fri Jan 04, 2008 Clemens Says Injections Were Not Steroids - New York Times Fri Jan 04, 2008 SNOW & RAIN IN THE FORECAST : Weather warnings as fierce storms pummel Bay Area Fri Jan 04, 2008 CAN OSU REDEEM THEMSELVES FROM LAST YEARS EMBARRASSMENT : Buckeyes Look to Corre... Fri Jan 04, 2008 Buckeyes Look to Correct Past Mistakes - New York Times Fri Jan 04, 2008 Nature Abhors a Vacuum, and Politics Abhors Clear Statements - New York Times Fri Jan 04, 2008 MAN SURVIVES FALL FROM 47 STORY BUILDING : ‘Miraculous’ Recovery for Man Who... Fri Jan 04, 2008 Two L.A. voters hit the trail Thu Jan 03, 2008 WHAT IS A CAUCUS ? Why Iowa? And what's a caucus, anyway? Thu Jan 03, 2008 HUCKABEE WINS IOWA ! Huckabee wins Iowa; Obama projected to Thu Jan 03, 2008 Indicted O.C. sheriff says he'll be back to work Monday Thu Jan 03, 2008 Gut and Psychology Syndrome Thu Jan 03, 2008 BREAST-FED BABIES HAVE BETTER GUT FLORA THAN BOTTLE-FED BABIES : Gut and Psychol... Thu Jan 03, 2008 THERE R NOT MORE BLACK MEN IN PRISON THAN IN COLLEGE : Are More Black Men In Jai... Thu Jan 03, 2008 Obama says he's honest, but repeats lie Thu Jan 03, 2008 Guard thanked by jail escapees kills self Thu Jan 03, 2008 Press-Telegram - Crude prices hit $100 a barrel Thu Jan 03, 2008 RAIN EXPECTED FOR THE SOUTHLAND : Press-Telegram - L.B. braces for heavy rainfal... Thu Jan 03, 2008 WHAT KIND OF SUBVERSIVES WOULD NAME A GROUP "DENOUNCE HIS NAME" ? The Daily Bree... Thu Jan 03, 2008 Musician from group called DENOUNCE HIS NAME dies on freeway : - Redondo Beach r... Thu Jan 03, 2008 I'M SO PROUD OF MY DRIVING RECORD ! Thu Jan 03, 2008

OUR POLICE NEED TO BE BETTER DRIVERS : - Airport Police Officer and dog involved... Thu Jan 03, 2008 The Daily Breeze - Huckabee scorned for `Tonight Show' appearance Thu Jan 03, 2008 MAN STARTS WALK ACROSS USA FROM SAN PEDRO : The Daily Breeze - Energetic start Thu Jan 03, 2008 Not Much Change in Writerless Leno Show Thu Jan 03, 2008 Redwood City man dies after being cuffed by police Thu Jan 03, 2008 S.F. Zoo visitor saw 2 victims of tiger attack teasing lions Thu Jan 03, 2008 Kenya Topples Into Post-Election Chaos - New York Times Thu Jan 03, 2008 Iowa Is Uncertain as Out-of-State Students Return - New York Times Thu Jan 03, 2008 Giving Disorganized Boys the Tools for Success - New York Times Thu Jan 03, 2008 Awkward Encounters in the Hollywood Trenches - New York Times Thu Jan 03, 2008 Practical Traveler: Round-the-World Trips - Traveling the Globe on a Single Tick... Thu Jan 03, 2008 Anger and Blame After Deadly Flood in Northwest - New York Times Thu Jan 03, 2008 PETE DYKSTRA LOST 100 COWS IN WASHINGTON FLOOD : Anger and Blame After Deadly Fl... Thu Jan 03, 2008 Fw: Re: SCHULLER TO OFFICIATE AT EVEL KNIEVELS FUNERAL : News: Crystal Cathedral... Thu Jan 03, 2008 Fw: RE: LUISA, A SHOOTING AT YWAM CENTER IN DENVER : 2 killed in Christian cente... Thu Jan 03, 2008 3k All roads lead to wineries in Washington Wed Jan 02, 2008 Teen killed on I-5 after exiting van Wed Jan 02, 2008 Still Skinny, but Now They Can Cook - New York Times Wed Jan 02, 2008 IS THE BEST MAN FOR THE JOB A WOMAN ? HOW ABOUT HILARY ? Clintons Run-Up to the ... Wed Jan 02, 2008 Core77 Articles: The Closing of Kmart Wed Jan 02, 2008 I MEET SO MANY IRANIANS IN LOS ANGELES : FOUND THIS INTERESTING : CNN || Growing... Wed Jan 02, 2008 FYI : When that first drink should've been the last Wed Jan 02, 2008 Experts: Most resolutions ring hollow Wed Jan 02, 2008

LOOK AT THIS KID ON ROLLER SKATES : Skater, 6,goes flat out beneath Delhi traffi... Wed Jan 02, 2008 Dave's big chance to write off Leno Wed Jan 02, 2008 Georgia Romps Hawaii 41-10 at Sugar Bowl - Wed Jan 02, 2008 Tiger attack survivors' attorney says zoo ignored cries for help Wed Jan 02, 2008 Carr wins final game as Michigan outshines Florida Tue Jan 01, 2008 JAN 6 IS THREE KINGS DAY : Stores embrace Hispanic tradition of 3 Kings Day Tue Jan 01, 2008 BY PULLING THE NEGATIVE AD, HUCKABEE GETS MORE AIRTIME ! It's Huckabee on offens... Tue Jan 01, 2008 Threat of avalanche strands Colorado drivers Tue Jan 01, 2008 Suspect survives 200-foot jump off Coronado bridge Tue Jan 01, 2008 ANOTHER CONCERN: FAKE POLICE OFFICERS : - Real police arrest would-be officer Tue Jan 01, 2008 The Seattle Times: "New Year's at the Needle" Tue Jan 01, 2008 Fw: TATTOOS ARE A PART OF PRISON CULTURE : Prison Tattoos - LoveToKnow Tattoos Tue Jan 01, 2008 > News > Features -- L.A. lights up the nights Mon Dec 31, 2007 The Seattle Times: Man arrested for stalking 15-year-old Wash. girl Mon Dec 31, 2007 The Seattle Times: Candles, prayers for slain family Mon Dec 31, 2007 Fw: DID HUCKABEE REPLACE BILL CLINTON AS GOVERNOR ? Huckabee's faith cut both wa... Mon Dec 31, 2007 Fw: HUCKABEE TOOK OVER FOR GOV JIM GUY TUCKER Mon Dec 31, 2007 Huckabee's faith cut both ways Mon Dec 31, 2007 President Ford's would-be assassin released from prison Mon Dec 31, 2007 Holy dirty tricks surface - Mon Dec 31, 2007 LONDON HAS A NEW YEARS PARADE PERHAPS BIGGER THAN THE ROSE PARADE : New Year's D... Mon Dec 31, 2007 El SEGUNDO POLICE OFFICER- Tribute to a Mentor Mon Dec 31, 2007 PASADENA PROTESTS MAY UPSTAGE ROSE PARADE : - Protests could rain on Rose Parade Mon Dec 31, 2007 Missing woman says she wanted to start a new life in California Mon Dec 31, 2007

Huckabee was not the first nor last : Candidates come marching in with religion Mon Dec 31, 2007 ALL of the candidates are talking "religious" : Candidates come marching in with... Mon Dec 31, 2007 HUGH HEFNER IS A U OF ILLINOIS GRAD Playboy has Illini's No. 1 cheerleader Mon Dec 31, 2007 Fw: THAT'S GREAT ! Sonlight children raising money for African wells | Lynden Tr... Mon Dec 31, 2007 Obama's phone banks gear up already for California's absentee voters Sun Dec 30, 2007 UCLA FINDS A NEW FOOTBALL COACH : Neuheisel goes back to school Sun Dec 30, 2007 As more details emerge, family mourns teen killed by tiger Sun Dec 30, 2007 HIV Transmission Among Male Inmates in a State Prison System --- Georgia, 1992--... Sun Dec 30, 2007 Gangs and Prison Tattoos Sun Dec 30, 2007 Infection Hits a California Prison Hard - New York Times Sun Dec 30, 2007 Effort to Block California Anti-Bias Bill - New York Times Sun Dec 30, 2007 love-Modern Love - New York Times Sun Dec 30, 2007 LOT OF PEOPLE AGREE WITH YOU JIM ABOUT HUCKABEE : Leader of Christian Iowa Group... Sun Dec 30, 2007 Surge in Off-Roading Stirs Dust and Debate in West - New York Times Sun Dec 30, 2007 The Seattle Times: Hucksterism lives Sat Dec 29, 2007 Check All - Clear All 600 The Seattle Times: Moon arrested on suspicion of DUI Sat Dec 29, 2007 Local News | Why did deputies halt at gate? | Seattle Times Newspaper Sat Dec 29, 2007 HOUSE RESOLUTION 847 RECOGNIZING CHRISTMAS & CHRISTIANITY PASSED OVERWHELMINGLY Sat Dec 29, 2007 MAN GETS STUCK IN SEPTIC TANK ON CHRISTMAS EVE Sat Dec 29, 2007 KILLER WAS REJECTED BY YWAM Sat Dec 29, 2007 COPS STOP CIVILIANS TO GIVE THEM GIFT CARDS Sat Dec 29, 2007 WOMAN MOLESTS SANTA CLAUS Sat Dec 29, 2007 KUCINICH BROTHER FOUND DEAD Sat Dec 29, 2007 ECO-FRIENDLY FUNERALS : Sun-Times Mobile Edition Sat Dec 29, 2007

INVERTED JENNY SELLS FOR $825 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Sat Dec 29, 2007 Goolagong was top-ranked in 1976 Sat Dec 29, 2007 The Seattle Times: Woman doesn't want dog in bathroom during couple's shower Sat Dec 29, 2007 THE KILLINGS OCCURRED IN CARNATION, WA : The Seattle Times: Chilling details on ... Fri Dec 28, 2007 Breaking the law as a matter of course! Fri Dec 28, 2007 DO THE MUTSCHLERS USE POSILAC TOO ? Got Pus? Fri Dec 28, 2007 IS OUR MILK UNHEALTHY ? Got Pus? Fri Dec 28, 2007 ‘Got Pus?’ merchandise may land PETA in court - Food Inc. - Fri Dec 28, 2007 HORRIFYING CHRISTMAS EVE MURDER SCENE NOT FAR FROM HERE : Chilling details in Ch... Fri Dec 28, 2007 Waitress gets $50,000 from cranky Texan - Wonderful World - Fri Dec 28, 2007 DID THE TALIBAN KILL PAKISTAN'S BHUTTO ? U.S. fears spillover into Afghanistan -... Fri Dec 28, 2007 A reef villain's archnemesis: the Super Sucker Fri Dec 28, 2007 Huckabee speaks without speechifying Fri Dec 28, 2007 After shooting in Old Pasadena, it's business as usual on the main drag Fri Dec 28, 2007 Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto assassinated at rally Thu Dec 27, 2007 HB CITY ATTORNEY GETS RAISE AFTER BANKRUPTCY : News: H.B. city attorney gets rai... Thu Dec 27, 2007 CHP OFFICER ACCUSED OF STEALING DRUGS : News: CHP officer in cocaine case remain... Thu Dec 27, 2007 District tries candor in teacher misconduct cases - Education - Thu Dec 27, 2007 The Daily Breeze - Millions in federal funds lost as LAUSD kids decline lunch Wed Dec 26, 2007 They're hoping Bruce Lee can bust on through Wed Dec 26, 2007 John Kerry's resolution: Move forward Wed Dec 26, 2007 On skid row, free Christmas cash really registers Wed Dec 26, 2007 TIGER ATTACK AT S.F. ZOO : Authorities unsure how tiger got loose Wed Dec 26, 2007 Paris Hilton's grandfather to leave most of his fortune to charity Wed Dec 26, 2007 Its a WHITE CHRISTMAS, the DAY AFTER ! It Snowed last night Wed Dec 26, 2007

PRE-TESTING FOR ALZHEIMERS: Scientists Want to Find Alzheimer’s Before a Mind ... Wed Dec 26, 2007 Fw: Re: SURFS UP ! Grab your surfboard, then your umbrella Wed Dec 26, 2007 IS IT JUST A PLOY ? : Muslims send warm Christmas messa Tue Dec 25, 2007 MUSLIMS SEND CHRISTMAS MESSAGE: Muslims send warm Christmas message Tue Dec 25, 2007 LA TIMES GOES TO GRAND RAPIDS FOR A STORY ABOUT THE BIBLE : Selling the Good Boo... Tue Dec 25, 2007 Advocates Hope Science Can Save a Big Tuna Tue Dec 25, 2007 A PRAYER FOR CHRISTMAS : A Prayer For Christmas Tue Dec 25, 2007 A PRAYER FOR CHRISTMAS : A Prayer For Christmas Tue Dec 25, 2007 A Hidden Premium In School Chief Pay Tue Dec 25, 2007 Parents Don't Realize Kids Are Fat Tue Dec 25, 2007 Skiles relieved of job, disappointing Bulls season Tue Dec 25, 2007 Landmark Hollywood church burns to ground 12/24/07 Tue Dec 25, 2007 Stolen baby Jesus back in Brazoria nativity scene | - Houston Chronicl... Tue Dec 25, 2007 When Christmas Morning Comes - New York Times Tue Dec 25, 2007 Fishing and Floating in Costa Rica - New York Times Tue Dec 25, 2007 Birds, Bugs Named as Steroid Users! - New York Times Tue Dec 25, 2007 Parents Defend School’s Use of Shock Therapy - New York Times Tue Dec 25, 2007 Deadline for L.A.'s subway to the sea is a literal one Mon Dec 24, 2007 Foreclosing on Christmas Mon Dec 24, 2007 Huckabee campaigning for 23% sales tax Mon Dec 24, 2007 Life: Can you live to be 100? - Sun Dec 23, 2007 A "FRAIL SCHULLER" SHOWS UP FOR NEIGHBORHOOD CHRISTMAS SOCIAL : News: Spirit of ... Sun Dec 23, 2007 Cop Who Lied About Citizenship Deported Sun Dec 23, 2007 We will forgive him Sun Dec 23, 2007 WILL "THEY" MAKE IT OUT OF GR ? Toll rises in deadly holiday storm - Weather - M... Sun Dec 23, 2007

LOTS OF SNOW, ICE, & WIND IN GRAND RAPIDS : Toll rises in deadly holiday storm -... Sun Dec 23, 2007 Thompson's got trouble in River City Sun Dec 23, 2007 Gee, what a coincidence on the trail with Clinton Sun Dec 23, 2007 HILARY CLINTON's SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER SHOWS UP ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL : Gee, wha... Sun Dec 23, 2007 Few left to celebrate Christmas in Iraq Sun Dec 23, 2007 Clemens puts out video denying steroids use Sun Dec 23, 2007 ELABORATELY DECORATING GRAVES BECOMING MORE POPULAR : Christmas Flourishes, in a... Sun Dec 23, 2007 Fw: U R SO COOL, JOHN ! - Despite holiday end run, tradition of bickering over t... Sat Dec 22, 2007 The Daily Breeze - 3 held in Torrance Starbucks holdup Sat Dec 22, 2007 Press-Telegram - Remembering 75 Christmas trees Sat Dec 22, 2007 For some, fluoridated water still hard to swallow Sat Dec 22, 2007 Toasting the days of wine and commerce Sat Dec 22, 2007 A Christmas story of the Incarnation Sat Dec 22, 2007 Romney, Huckabee sharpen barbs Sat Dec 22, 2007 THEY KEEP TALKING ABOUT THIS CONVERSION OF A NOTORIOUS ATHEIST : There Is a God:... Sat Dec 22, 2007 GIVING & RECEIVING GIFTS IS EVANGELICAL & DIPLOMATIC : Charming and Aloof, Hucka... Sat Dec 22, 2007 HUCKABEE WAS A POOR BOY, LIKES GIFTS : Charming and Aloof, Huckabee Changed Stat... Sat Dec 22, 2007 The Denver Post - The new 7 Wonders, on any budget Sat Dec 22, 2007 The Denver Post - Shower-ready suit to go on sale in Japan Sat Dec 22, 2007 The Denver Post - Jury finds Midyette guilty Sat Dec 22, 2007 Press-Telegram - Eat healthy and hearty at Maui Chicken Fri Dec 21, 2007 Ex-president supportive to a fault? Fri Dec 21, 2007 LOPEZ TRIES 2B "EARTHY" BUT SOMETIMES CARRIES IT TOO FAR :w: DON'T SAY "JEEZ" --... Fri Dec 21, 2007 Fw: HILARY CLINTON GOES DOOR-TO-DOOR : As N.H. race tightens, Clinton goes door ... Fri Dec 21, 2007

HISTORY OF THE CHRISTMAS TREE : The History of the Christmas Tree and Other Chri... Fri Dec 21, 2007 HOW TO MAKE A GINGERBREAD HOUSE : How to Make Gingerbread House Easily! Stepb... Fri Dec 21, 2007 THAT BOX IS 4 MY COMPUTER Re: box here for u (ups) on couch in guest house. Fri Dec 21, 2007 Huckabee, Back in Iowa, Brings Christmas Message - New York Times Fri Dec 21, 2007 Los Angeles Police Told to Disclose Their Finances - New York Times Fri Dec 21, 2007 In Witness Killing, Prosecutors Point to a Lawyer - New York Times Fri Dec 21, 2007 The Cloisters - Medieval - Middle Ages - Art - New York Times Fri Dec 21, 2007 Press-Telegram - Man arrested after evading police in Bellflower Thu Dec 20, 2007 Rich Angelenos a gold mine for animal causes Thu Dec 20, 2007 ANGELENOS LOVE ANIMALS MORE THAN ANY PLACE IN THE WORLD : Rich Angelenos a gold ... Thu Dec 20, 2007 RE THE MYTH OF INCREASED DEPRESSION DURING HOLIDAYS : Suicide: holidays' darkest... Thu Dec 20, 2007 SUICIDE RATE DECREASES DRAMATICALLY OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK : Suicide: holidays' da... Thu Dec 20, 2007 Holiday ritual put on hold Thu Dec 20, 2007 Sheriff's review sees appearance of special treatment for Gibson Thu Dec 20, 2007 ASTEROID MAY HIT MARS ON JAN 30 : Asteroid on track for possible Mars hit Thu Dec 20, 2007 ANOTHER NAUGHTY SPEARS IN THE NEWS : The Other Spears Does The Bump Thu Dec 20, 2007 HOW TV & VID GAMES CAN NEGATIVELY INFLUENCE YOUNG PEOPLE : News: 7-yearold kill... Thu Dec 20, 2007 - Pop Tarts: Did Jamie Lynn's Boyfriend Break the Law? - Celebrity G... Thu Dec 20, 2007 Rescued teen: 'I didn't think we were going to make it' - Thu Dec 20, 2007 NEW EFFORTS TO ATTRACT TOP STUDENTS 2B TEACHERS : Foundation Hopes to Lure Top S... Thu Dec 20, 2007 PROBLEM OF LAP CHILDREN ON AIRPLANES : Jet Lagged - Air Travel - Opinion - New Y... Thu Dec 20, 2007 PlayNC Support - Increasing Virtual Memory Wed Dec 19, 2007

InformIT: Steps You Can Take to Increase Windows XP’s Performance > Steps to O... Wed Dec 19, 2007 Lost California family is found safe Wed Dec 19, 2007 MADISON AVENUE MARVELS AT HUCKABEE TOO : Some Campaign - The Opinionator Opini... Wed Dec 19, 2007 SAN DIEGO TO LONDON -- Overseas travel returns to Lindbergh with Zoom Airlines' ... Wed Dec 19, 2007 Press-Telegram - Leno, O'Brien to restart shows without writers Tue Dec 18, 2007 ACTOR JOHN BERG COMMITS SUICIDE : - Actor John Berg a victim of suicide Tue Dec 18, 2007 HUCKABEE NOT AFRAID TO SHINE HIS LIGHT ! Huckabee dons the bull's-eye that all c... Tue Dec 18, 2007 HUCKABEE AIRS AD PLAYING "SILENT NIGHT " ! Huckabee dons the bull's-eye that all... Tue Dec 18, 2007 FIRE DEPT CALLS 4 TOW, FAILING 2 C BODY INSIDE CAR : Woman found in tow yard die... Tue Dec 18, 2007 DEAD OR DYING PASSENGER LEFT IN CAR BY PARAMEDICS : Woman found in tow yard died... Tue Dec 18, 2007 The Wave Magazine - Silicon Valley's Finest Entertainment & Lifestyle Magazine Tue Dec 18, 2007 Bold Escape Not First Try for Inmate - New York Times Tue Dec 18, 2007 Book: The Fertility Diet - Infertility - Nutrition - Pregnancy - Medicine and He... Tue Dec 18, 2007 Re. BRINGING YOUR DOG TO WORK :Where Water-Cooler Talk Is About the Water Bowl -... Tue Dec 18, 2007 PRESIDENT IS A HIGHER LEVEL LEADER--FAITH MATTERS MORE : Pasadena Star-News - Re... Tue Dec 18, 2007 MOUW ECHOES MY SENTIMENTS RE PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS DIFFERENT THAN CITY COUNCIL :... Tue Dec 18, 2007 MOUW THINKS RELIGION IN PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS IS OKAY : Pasadena Star-News Rel... Tue Dec 18, 2007 News: A man falls through the cracks | gracen, cathey, says, cancer, year - OCRe... Tue Dec 18, 2007 SOME OC FOLK EXCITED ABOUT HUCKABEE TOO : Thrill of Huckabee hits home | huckabe... Tue Dec 18, 2007 COMEDIAN STEVE MARTIN GREW UP IN GARDEN GROVE : Entertainment: Take a tour of St... Tue Dec 18, 2007 Entertainment: Take a tour of Steve Martin's Orange County - Tue Dec 18, 2007

News: Landmark Anaheim bookstore shuts its doors tonight | weinstein, books, sto... Tue Dec 18, 2007 News: Man dies when hit by car on I-405 in Seal Beach | vehicle, quesada, struck... Tue Dec 18, 2007 News: Teacher's religion remarks spark lively community debate | corbett, studen... Tue Dec 18, 2007 The Orange County Register Tue Dec 18, 2007 Behavior scrutinized at O'Hare Tue Dec 18, 2007 Cell Phone Spending Surpasses Land Lines Tue Dec 18, 2007 Judge rejects return of property seized from Drew Peterson, for now Tue Dec 18, 2007 MUSLIMS LEARN FROM MECCA WHAT MISSIONARIES LEARN FROM "GOING" : Mecca, by way of... Mon Dec 17, 2007 Fw: Re: DEVELOPING COGNITIVE RESERVES IN SENIORS : Memory - Aging - Medicine & H... Mon Dec 17, 2007 Conceiving baby turns out to be extremely difficult and painstaking job - Pravda... Mon Dec 17, 2007 London gallery exhibits slabs of human excrement - Pravda.Ru Mon Dec 17, 2007 British man falls into liquid cyanide - Pravda.Ru Mon Dec 17, 2007 Briton Charged in Murder of Wife and Grandmother Mon Dec 17, 2007 Al Jazeera English - News - Led Zeppelin: Crossing Cultures Mon Dec 17, 2007 Microwave popcorn chemical out of the bag Mon Dec 17, 2007 Bodyguard in Kerrigan Attack Dies at 40 Mon Dec 17, 2007 REMEMBERING TIFFANY JOHNSON, MISSIONARY KILLED BY GUNMAN : Missionary Slain By C... Mon Dec 17, 2007 Social Networking for the Socially Minded Mon Dec 17, 2007 Ready or Not? Mon Dec 17, 2007 Michigan Hires Rodriguez as Coach - New York Times Mon Dec 17, 2007 No Stranger to Trouble, Artest Finds a New Perspective - New York Times Mon Dec 17, 2007 Re "WEAK TIES" & "TRIADIC CLOSURE" : On Facebook, Scholars Link Up With Data - N... Mon Dec 17, 2007 DREW PETERSON'S WIFE CONFIDED IN PASTOR Sun Dec 16, 2007 Brain-injured dad's brief awakening - More health news - Sun Dec 16, 2007

CNN || Singer Dan Fogelberg dies Sun Dec 16, 2007 BIG STORM IN MICHIGAN : CNN || Furious snow storm blows north, blankets Great La... Sun Dec 16, 2007 The Daily Breeze - The new wave of hospitality Sun Dec 16, 2007 A MORMON PRIMER : A look at Mormon theology and practice Sun Dec 16, 2007 Snow day lets Huckabee enjoy America's pastime Sun Dec 16, 2007 Unintended victims of Gates Foundation generosity Sun Dec 16, 2007 HILARY CLINTON GOES DOOR-TO-DOOR : As N.H. race tightens, Clinton goes door to d... Sun Dec 16, 2007 As N.H. race tightens, Clinton goes door to door Sun Dec 16, 2007 A shaky start on a huge agenda Sun Dec 16, 2007 WHO REMEMBERS EARL "MADMAN" MUNTZ ? Visionary businessman inundated L.A. with hi... Sun Dec 16, 2007 RICK WARREN SPEAKS TO JEWISH GATHERING :-- Creating those connections Sun Dec 16, 2007 Man electrocuted while hanging Christmas lights in E. Palo Alto Sun Dec 16, 2007 THE FLUSHING REMONSTRANCE DEFIED DUTCH REFORMED EFFORTS : America’s constituti... Sun Dec 16, 2007 Shucks, I’m the hick who can beat Hillary Clinton - Times Online Sun Dec 16, 2007 Life: Would you eat the mealworm? | rohrs, students, school, stiver, mealworm - ... Sat Dec 15, 2007 How Trump's basement design came to be rejected Sat Dec 15, 2007 White House tells judge to hold off - Politics - Sat Dec 15, 2007 Press-Telegram - Does a candidate's religion matter? Sat Dec 15, 2007 The Daily Breeze - Reflections on a day of sun and huge waves in the South Bay Sat Dec 15, 2007 As testing gets better, dopers get more clever Sat Dec 15, 2007 Death in a seaside paradise Sat Dec 15, 2007 Fw: SAYS HE THOUGHT THE MAN WAS SAVED ! Re: he released a rapist who murdered af... Sat Dec 15, 2007 TIGER ROARING AGAIN : Woods shatters record at Sherwood - Sat Dec 15, 2007 ABC News: Colo. Church Gunman Left Twisted Trail Sat Dec 15, 2007 Starbucked -Taylor Clark - Book Review - New York Times Sat Dec 15, 2007

Tikal, Guatemala - Temples in the Mist - Travel - New York Times Sat Dec 15, 2007 I'VE BEEN HERE : Tikal, Guatemala - Temples in the Mist - Travel - New York Time... Sat Dec 15, 2007 7-Ton Load Falls Near Ground Zero - New York Times Sat Dec 15, 2007 The Daily Breeze - Torrance man guilty in death of stepfatherM Fri Dec 14, 2007 STUDENTS CANNOT B FORCED 2 SAY THE PLEDGE : Student ex... Fri Dec 14, 2007 High school seniors endure a cliffhanger Fri Dec 14, 2007 IN MIDST OF DROUGHT L.A. must dump water from two reservoirs Fri Dec 14, 2007 JERRY FORD BEGAN AS LESLIE KING : Re: Big Fish Tiny Pond That's Me Fri Dec 14, 2007 Crossing From Mexico The Old-Fashioned Way, Powered by Forearms Fri Dec 14, 2007 Why Pregnant Women Don’t Tip Over - New York Times Fri Dec 14, 2007 Alzheimer’s Telephone Screening - New York Times Fri Dec 14, 2007 Judith Warner - Domestic Disturbances - Opinion - New York Times Blog Fri Dec 14, 2007 Stockton's magical misery tours Thu Dec 13, 2007 Clemens, Bonds, Tejada among names in steroid probe Thu Dec 13, 2007 Who Invited the Dog? - New York Times Thu Dec 13, 2007 Not like U 2 Rashly RUSH 2 JUDGE: Re: he released a rapist who murdered afte lvg... Wed Dec 12, 2007 I NEVER GAVE UP ! Fw: Benefits Approved for Reinstatement! Wed Dec 12, 2007 Thomas Responds but Has No Answers - New York Times Wed Dec 12, 2007 SUDDENLY ALL R TALKING ABOUT HUCKABEE : Suddenly A Contender, Huckabee Scrambles... Wed Dec 12, 2007 Re EDDIE VAN HALEN : LA Water Main Break Floods Rocker's Yard Wed Dec 12, 2007 DEVELOPING COGNITIVE RESERVES IN SENIORS : Memory - Aging - Medicine & Health - ... Wed Dec 12, 2007 Penthouse Buys Group of Social-Networking Sites - New York Times Wed Dec 12, 2007 TEACHERS R GETTING BETTER : Report Finds Better Scores in New Crop of Teachers -... Wed Dec 12, 2007 - Marching for their religion Wed Dec 12, 2007 Surviving the annual Christmas row - Times Online Wed Dec 12, 2007 Check All - Clear All 800

Daughter discovered us in bed, Grant au pair testifies Wed Dec 12, 2007 Ex-prosecutor's case tossed Wed Dec 12, 2007 O.J. Simpson trial hearing resumes - Crime & Punishment - Wed Dec 12, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Cab driver taken on a `bizarre' taxi ride Wed Dec 12, 2007 Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek has minor heart attack Tue Dec 11, 2007 Washington Mutual to lay off more than 3,000 - Mortgage mess - Tue Dec 11, 2007 Huckabee does a flip-flop on Cuba Tue Dec 11, 2007 Script for 'Citizen Kane' sells for $97,000 Tue Dec 11, 2007 Led Zeppelin Finds Its Old Power - New York Times Tue Dec 11, 2007 STUDENT LOAN INDUSTRY UNDER SCRUTINY : College Loans by States Face Fresh Scruti... Tue Dec 11, 2007 Destruction of C.I.A. Tapes Cleared by Lawyers - New York Times Tue Dec 11, 2007 RPV officials outraged over request that buries its staff Mon Dec 10, 2007 L.A.'s water savings are just a drop in the bucket Mon Dec 10, 2007 Porn producer sues YouTube knockoff Mon Dec 10, 2007 Your Child’s Disorder May Be Yours, Too - New York Times Mon Dec 10, 2007 Links/Resources - Red Light Cameras & Photo Radar Sun Dec 09, 2007 Main Page (Site Index) - Flaming Fords Sun Dec 09, 2007 FOREIGN DIPLOMATS OWE MILLIONS IN UNPAID PARKING TICKETS : - Nation... Sun Dec 09, 2007 PATRIOTS REMAIN UNDEFEATED Sun Dec 09, 2007 LAUSD eyes Angels Gate in San Pedro for school Sun Dec 09, 2007 The Halo Effect Sun Dec 09, 2007 Angels' Guerrero says he's nearly recovered Sun Dec 09, 2007 CAN SHAQ MAKE A COMEBACK ? Shaq's declining years Sun Dec 09, 2007 Shaq's declining years Sun Dec 09, 2007 SHOOTING AT COLO SPRINGS NEW LIFE CHURCH : 4 people shot outside church in Color... Sun Dec 09, 2007 JIM, Some MUNCIPALITIES forgive PARKING CITATIONS UNTIL U GET TOO MANY Sun Dec 09, 2007

LOTS OF SNOW AT BIG BEAR ! Skiers revel in Big Bear snow Sun Dec 09, 2007 Student Threatens LA Campus Shooting Sun Dec 09, 2007 GLOBAL WARMING CONFERENCE IN VALENCIA SPAIN Sun Dec 09, 2007 NBC REJECTS AD BY FREEDOM WATCH Sun Dec 09, 2007 GIFTS TO PRESIDENT CAN'T BE KEPT Sun Dec 09, 2007 Prosecutor mulls closing Holloway case - Americas - Sun Dec 09, 2007 Animal trap kills Peace Corps volunteer - Americas - Sun Dec 09, 2007 LUISA, A SHOOTING AT YWAM CENTER IN DENVER : 2 killed in Christian center shooti... Sun Dec 09, 2007 CATHOLICS OBJECT TO GOLDEN COMPASS : | The Desert Sun | 'The Golden... Sun Dec 09, 2007 Man's body may have lain near highway for 21 years Sun Dec 09, 2007 NASA Scrubs Shuttle Launch for 2nd Time Sun Dec 09, 2007 SHUTTLE LAUNCH CANCELLED AGAIN : NASA Scrubs Shuttle Launch for 2nd Time Sun Dec 09, 2007 QUOTE BY MOUW RE MORMONISM : A Mormon’s Ultimate Doorbell - New York Times Sun Dec 09, 2007 "CHRISTIAN EDITION OF THE BIBLE" The Crisis of Faith - New York Times Sun Dec 09, 2007 After Coming So Far, He Stands to Lose So Much - New York Times Sun Dec 09, 2007 Math, science help LAUSD students learn and fly Sat Dec 08, 2007 Brothers Had Concerns With Scaffold, Relative Says - New York Times Sat Dec 08, 2007 For Florida Quarterback, It’s a Year of Firsts - New York Times Sat Dec 08, 2007 ABC News: Listen to Stacy Peterson's Message Sat Dec 08, 2007 In Mexico, a run of faith Sat Dec 08, 2007 Out of tragedy came a new kind of family Sat Dec 08, 2007 Staying put in Orange County Sat Dec 08, 2007 SCHULLER TO OFFICIATE AT EVEL KNIEVELS FUNERAL : News: Crystal Cathedral founder... Sat Dec 08, 2007 Crystal Cathedral founder to officiate Evel Knievel's funeral | knievel, schulle... Sat Dec 08, 2007 Sex club ban roils Texas swingers - Life - Sat Dec 08, 2007

Two Window Washers Fall 47 Floors - New York Times Sat Dec 08, 2007 HEAD VERSUS HEART FAITH : Head And Heart: American Christianities - Garry Wills ... Sat Dec 08, 2007 HYDROGEN-POWERED CARS MAY BE COMING SOONER THAN WE THINK : Cars Reviews - Hond... Sat Dec 08, 2007 Las Vegas SUN: Group Touts Seaweed As Warming Weapon Fri Dec 07, 2007 LA Daily News - Attorneys who won Spector $900,000 from ex-assistant quit case Fri Dec 07, 2007 LA Daily News - Hollywood writers, producers trade barbs during negotiations Fri Dec 07, 2007 New Miss California is crowned after error Fri Dec 07, 2007 Mall shooter's suicide note: 'I just snapped' Fri Dec 07, 2007 TODAY BEGINS BARRY BONDS SOAP OPERA: Bonds in court expected to be huge draw - B... Fri Dec 07, 2007 NAVY CHAPLAIN SENTENCED TO PRISON : HIV-positive chaplain sentenced in sex case ... Fri Dec 07, 2007 HIV-positive chaplain sentenced in sex case - Crime & courts - Fri Dec 07, 2007 Wife Recants in Case of British Canoeist Fri Dec 07, 2007 FACTBOX: Key facts about oil spills | U.S. | Reuters Fri Dec 07, 2007 Some Airlines to Offer In-Flight Internet Service - New York Times Fri Dec 07, 2007 FORMER COP DRIVES DRUNK : Probation for former cop in drunk driving case Thu Dec 06, 2007 Suspect tackled after boy, 4, is grabbed at mall during field trip Thu Dec 06, 2007 Romney: 'My faith is the faith of my fathers' Thu Dec 06, 2007 O.C. treasurer in reversal of fortune Thu Dec 06, 2007 Creating little town is big production Thu Dec 06, 2007 -- The Baha'i Faith: An Ex-Baha'i Christian View Thu Dec 06, 2007 Gunman at an Omaha Mall Kills 8 and Himself - New York Times Thu Dec 06, 2007 Fw: MAJOR LOSS : A father's tragedy: 'Worst day of your life times three' Thu Dec 06, 2007 SURFS UP ! Wed Dec 05, 2007 Epic waves bring surfing frenzy to South Bay Wed Dec 05, 2007 Studios bring in PR doctors Wed Dec 05, 2007 News: Legislator's ex-aide pleads guilty to sex with boys | nielsen, county, ora... Wed Dec 05, 2007

Putting a Curious Eye on a High School Ranking System - New York Times Wed Dec 05, 2007 A Church Is Divided, and Headed for Court - New York Times Wed Dec 05, 2007 > News > State -- Big wave surfer dies at famed Ghost Trees s... Wed Dec 05, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Peter Schragg: Our racial categories have become obsolete Wed Dec 05, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - "Hollywood's Piano Teacher to the Stars" coming to Pasadena Wed Dec 05, 2007 News: Weather: Warm, waves, winds, wetness seen this week | weather, high, winds... Tue Dec 04, 2007 Wis. Teacher Arrested for Blog Comment Tue Dec 04, 2007 HAVE U READ AN E-BOOK LATELY ? Has the digital e-book moment arrived? Tue Dec 04, 2007 SURFS UP ! Grab your surfboard, then your umbrella Tue Dec 04, 2007 Woman tells court of encounter with cop that led to rape Tue Dec 04, 2007 COP RAPES WOMAN : Woman tells court of encounter with cop that led to rape Tue Dec 04, 2007 A taste of honey calms coughs Tue Dec 04, 2007 Schools try to ease fears after child porn arrests Tue Dec 04, 2007 '77 attack could dent Evel Knievel's estate Tue Dec 04, 2007 Miffed Pete Carroll calls for playoff system Mon Dec 03, 2007 El Porto goes posh Mon Dec 03, 2007 Reggie Bush still looking to live up to high expectations Mon Dec 03, 2007 Dorrell out as UCLA coach Mon Dec 03, 2007 AN EXPLANATION OF PROXIMITY OF "SANTA" & "SATAN" : Santa´s Origin Mon Dec 03, 2007 MORE DATA RE SANTA CLAUS : Santa Claus Facts, Origins, Christmas celebration in ... Mon Dec 03, 2007 POEM THAT IMMORTALIZED SANTA CLAUS : The Night Before Christmas by Clement Clark... Mon Dec 03, 2007 SANTA CLAUS IMAGE ALTERED BY COCA-COLA : Santa Claus - Wikipedia, the free encyc... Mon Dec 03, 2007 DUTCH THINK "Santa Claus is a biblical character", Dutch News, The Netherlands, ... Mon Dec 03, 2007

KENYA One game that ruined teenager's life Mon Dec 03, 2007 Keeping tabs on sex cults | The Japan Times Online Mon Dec 03, 2007 The fateful prison release of 'pure evilness' Sun Dec 02, 2007 Yucca Mt. neighbors speak out from Lone Pine Sun Dec 02, 2007 Huckabee: 'a different kind of Jesus juice' Sun Dec 02, 2007 A possible May-December romance led to lawsuit, death Sun Dec 02, 2007 USC fans holding on to history Sun Dec 02, 2007 Rebuilding a shattered dream Sun Dec 02, 2007 SOME IMMIGRANTS WHO B/C PART OF AMERICAN LAW ENFORCEMENT.. Sun Dec 02, 2007 Re VIRGINIA TECH SURVIVOR : The day Derek O'Dell decided not to die - Times Onli... Sun Dec 02, 2007 GAME NOTES : USC-UCLA GAME, DEC 1, 2007 Sun Dec 02, 2007 OU destroys BCS title hopes for No. 1 Missouri - College football - Sun Dec 02, 2007 Safety is first at Manhattan Beach school Sun Dec 02, 2007 "BIBLICAL JOURNEYS" BECOME POPULAR : Going on faith Sun Dec 02, 2007 BCS still chaos Sun Dec 02, 2007 Leno to pay salaries of laid-off staffers | Entertainment | Television | Reuters Sun Dec 02, 2007 Progress was rarely seen in Dorrell era, much like the coach Sat Dec 01, 2007 I WAS THERE ! : Trojans clinch Rose Bowl berth Sat Dec 01, 2007 Taft Teacher Tries To Resolve Passover Debate Conflict | Southland and Californi... Sat Dec 01, 2007 - USC sports Rosy outlook this time Sat Dec 01, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Mountain lion kills pet dog Sat Dec 01, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Feds nab Pasadena teacher Sat Dec 01, 2007 - Gillan settles for $2.1 million Sat Dec 01, 2007 MICHIGAN SCHOOLS GET WORSE : Feds flunk more Mich. high schools Sat Dec 01, 2007 VALLEY CHRISTIAN LOSES Press-Telegram - Saints' Wood ends VC's crusade Sat Dec 01, 2007 HOLLOWAY, ARUBA CASE Daily Breeze - Associated Press Sat Dec 01, 2007 Former GM Chairman and CEO Roger Smith dies at 82 Fri Nov 30, 2007

EVEL KNIEVEL DIES : Evel Knievel, iconic American daredevil, dies at 69 Fri Nov 30, 2007 Paul believes in threat of North American superhighway Fri Nov 30, 2007 A CERRITOS SCHOOL IS #12 : California schools move to the head of the class Fri Nov 30, 2007 THE SCHOOL I WAS AT A FEW MONTHS AGO IS NOW #61 : California schools move to the... Fri Nov 30, 2007 10 0F TOP 100 IN LOS ANGELES : California schools move to the head of the class Fri Nov 30, 2007 23 OF TOP 100 HIGH SCHOOLS R IN CALIFORNIA : California schools move to the head... Fri Nov 30, 2007 The Candidate's 'Catch Me if You Can' Fri Nov 30, 2007 Wild or farmed? Salmon eaters want to know Thu Nov 29, 2007 L.A. Unified warned that it falls short of state standards Thu Nov 29, 2007 Inglewood man kills wife, daughter, himself Thu Nov 29, 2007 Rodney King shot in San Bernardino Thu Nov 29, 2007 UNBELIEVABLE--THEY LET HIM DIE AT THE ER ! Untreated Olive View patient died of ... Thu Nov 29, 2007 33-YEAR-OLD MAN DIES OF HEART ATTACK AT EMERGENCY ROOM, UNTREATED : Untreated Ol... Thu Nov 29, 2007 Say hello to the new Angels Thu Nov 29, 2007 Fw: Re: NEW REVELATION RE JFK ASSASINATION : J.F.K.’s Death, Re-Framed - New Y... Thu Nov 29, 2007 Panel gives judge a ringing rebuke - Thu Nov 29, 2007 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT SAVES AMERICAN BOY : Says Man Who Rescued Boy: 'I Never Could ... Thu Nov 29, 2007 Redondo Beach official arrested for DUI suspicion Wed Nov 28, 2007 Superjumbo jet lands at LAX Wed Nov 28, 2007 Missing Student May Have Been Porn Star Wed Nov 28, 2007 Blackhawk mistakenly detained while jogging Wed Nov 28, 2007 Attorney Yagman sentenced to 3 years for tax evasion, fraud Wed Nov 28, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Carroll can't fool anyone Wed Nov 28, 2007 Evel Knievel, Kanye West settle lawsuit Wed Nov 28, 2007

Record-Eagle Blogs : Blog Archive » Tulip and maple tree rags Wed Nov 28, 2007 MICHIGAN STATE TROOPER JAILED FOR CONTRIBUTING TO DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR : Trave... Wed Nov 28, 2007 Microsoft’s Windows Live Yahoo Hotmail Problem - Bits - Technology - New York ... Wed Nov 28, 2007 MUSLIM GIRLS JOIN GIRL SCOUTS TO FIT IN : To Muslim Girls, Scouts Offer a Chance... Wed Nov 28, 2007 Mich. teen gets stuck in chimney - Weird news - Tue Nov 27, 2007 Jackson Five to reunite, Jermaine says - Music - Tue Nov 27, 2007 Dry winds could spell trouble for California - Life - Tue Nov 27, 2007 Red Cross ousts president over relationship Tue Nov 27, 2007 USC MIGHT SWITCH TO ROSE BOWL : USC might play in the Rose Bowl -- permanently Tue Nov 27, 2007 Brooke Astor's son charged Tue Nov 27, 2007 Calvinism: Unsound Theologies Tue Nov 27, 2007 Quiet Riot singer found dead in Las Vegas | Tue Nov 27, 2007 Divers Who Jump in to Take the Mystery Out of City Waterways - New York Times Tue Nov 27, 2007 Sharing the Waves, but on Another Wavelength - New York Times Tue Nov 27, 2007 Redskins Star Sean Taylor Dies After Shooting - New York Times Tue Nov 27, 2007 Fw: Travelers coming to California Tue Nov 27, 2007 3k Trent Lott announces his resignation - Politics - Mon Nov 26, 2007 Court is asked to declare Fossett legally dead Mon Nov 26, 2007 8-year sentence for fatal crash incites anger in courtroom Mon Nov 26, 2007 A warning on safe sex at any age Mon Nov 26, 2007 MISS PUERTO RICO SABOTAGED : Pageant winner overcomes sabotage Mon Nov 26, 2007 The president and the prize-winner: Bush and Gore, together again Mon Nov 26, 2007 BUT IS ANY RELIGION BETTER THAN NO RELIGION ? Vindicated by DNA, but a Lost Man ... Mon Nov 26, 2007 UNFORT, HE CONVERTED TO ISLAM WHILE IN PRISON : Vindicated by DNA, but a Lost Ma... Mon Nov 26, 2007

NORMAL AMERICAN KID FALSELY CONVICTED : Vindicated by DNA, but a Lost Man on the... Mon Nov 26, 2007 16 YEARS LATER DNA TESTS SET HIM FREE : Vindicated by DNA, but a Lost Man on the... Mon Nov 26, 2007 THEY FORCED A FALSE CONFESSION FROM HIM : Vindicated by DNA, but a Lost Man on t... Mon Nov 26, 2007 AT AGE 17 HE WAS SENT TO PRISON FOR MURDER : Vindicated by DNA, but a Lost Man o... Mon Nov 26, 2007 SO THEY DECIDED HE PROBABLY KILLED HER : Vindicated by DNA, but a Lost Man on th... Mon Nov 26, 2007 HE WAS HER CLASSMATE BUT THEY THOUGHT HE CRIED 2 MUCH AT THE FUNERAL : Vindicate... Mon Nov 26, 2007 HE CRIED 2 MUCH, AND SO THEY SUSPECTED HIM OF MURDER : Vindicated by DNA, but a ... Mon Nov 26, 2007 THE KID CRIED 2 MUCH AT THE FUNERAL & THEREFORE BECAME A SUSPECT : Vindicated by... Mon Nov 26, 2007 Criminal case spotlights African immigrants' use of monkey meat Sun Nov 25, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - King for a day Sun Nov 25, 2007 UGGHHH LAist: Does the Hollywood Christmas Parade Try to Suck? Sun Nov 25, 2007 News: Buddy Bowl | buddy, bowl, sports, football, wheelchair - Sun Nov 25, 2007 UCLA maintains <br>rosy thoughts Sun Nov 25, 2007 Romney calls for judge to resign Sun Nov 25, 2007 'Everything that could combust, did' Sun Nov 25, 2007 USC outgrowing its neighborhood Sun Nov 25, 2007 A strange trip into the land of $2,500 sneakers Sun Nov 25, 2007 L.A. educator is among the state's best Sun Nov 25, 2007 Aspiring screenwriter needs a rewrite Sun Nov 25, 2007 Passengers of Doomed Cruise Ship Reach Chile With Vivid Accounts Sun Nov 25, 2007 THE PAIN OF BEING WRONGLY CONVICTED : Vindicated by DNA, but a Lost Man on the O... Sun Nov 25, 2007 Test of Faith at Oral Roberts University Sat Nov 24, 2007 Cops: Man kills ex, 3 kids, self - U.S. news - Sat Nov 24, 2007 Press-Telegram - `Holly' details Cambodia sex trade Sat Nov 24, 2007

JIM, VALLEY CHRISTIAN WON ! Press-Telegram - <b>Valley Christian High:</b> Crusa... Sat Nov 24, 2007 Check All - Clear All 1000 A virtual cathedral for Digital Age pilgrims Sat Nov 24, 2007 OUR MAYOR ENDS HIS LOVE AFFAIR : L.A. mayor, reporter end their affair, sources ... Sat Nov 24, 2007 ANOTHER MALIBU FIRE : Fire destroys 49 homes in Malibu Sat Nov 24, 2007 A Scenic Los Angeles Enclave, Without Glitter - New York Times Sat Nov 24, 2007 Icy Rescue as Seas Claim a Cruise Ship - New York Times Sat Nov 24, 2007 Thompson: New York City is no model for America Fri Nov 23, 2007 Embattled Oral Roberts President Resigns Fri Nov 23, 2007 Holloway's Father to Search for Evidence Fri Nov 23, 2007 Strangled newlywed husband had a criminal record Fri Nov 23, 2007 Justice Stevens and the tipping point Fri Nov 23, 2007 O.J. World is a universe of its own Fri Nov 23, 2007 In California, a cellphone call to 911 can be hit or miss Fri Nov 23, 2007 Walt Disney's hideaway Fri Nov 23, 2007 KNOTTS BERRY CLOCK IS COMING BACK : News: Historical clock set to return to Buen... Fri Nov 23, 2007 154 Rescued After Antarctic Cruise Ship Hits Ice - New York Times Fri Nov 23, 2007 Report: Pitt Pulls Out of Universal Film Fri Nov 23, 2007 BRINGING BACK THE CHESTNUT TREE : Breeders Work for Return of Chestnut Fri Nov 23, 2007 So What's So Bad About Corn? Fri Nov 23, 2007 So What's So Bad About Corn? Fri Nov 23, 2007 EMBRYOS FROM SKIN CELLS ? Man Who Helped Start Stem Cell War May End It - New Yo... Fri Nov 23, 2007 For You, a Dream. For Them, Bo-ring. - New York Times Fri Nov 23, 2007 Why the US can't be trusted with our personal data, Dutch News, The Netherlands,... Thu Nov 22, 2007 DUTCH PM SAYS NETHERLANDS IS FOREVER CHRISTIAN : PM: Netherlands will be forever... Thu Nov 22, 2007

SHOOTING IN DUTCH SCHOOL: Dutch school shooting: shocking, but unpreventable, Du... Thu Nov 22, 2007 WILL THERE BE A FLEMISH-DUTCH MERGER ? Flanders-Netherlands: a new Lowlands?, Du... Thu Nov 22, 2007 Al Jazeera English - News - The Shackles Of Shabu Thu Nov 22, 2007 Guided by a holy spirit | The Japan Times Online Thu Nov 22, 2007 Roadside profits and the parking lottery | The Japan Times Online Thu Nov 22, 2007 World's suicide capital — tough image to shake | The Japan Times Online Thu Nov 22, 2007 80 YEAR OLD PASTOR SLEPT WITH BROTHERS WIFE Thu Nov 22, 2007 BOOK CALLED "KILLING GOD" Thu Nov 22, 2007 DREW PETERSON Thu Nov 22, 2007 Traverse City Record-Eagle - Suttons Bay eliminates police position Thu Nov 22, 2007 Home-school kids barred from activities Thu Nov 22, 2007 Skydiver Dies Practicing for Record Jump Thu Nov 22, 2007 Drunk, Naked Man Causes I-95 Wrecks Thu Nov 22, 2007 COPS WIFE SEEN ? Thu Nov 22, 2007 COKE THE REAL THING : Amid gloom, is Coke the real thing? - The Boston Globe Thu Nov 22, 2007 AUTHOR SAYS THANKSGIVING THEN WAS OPPOSITE OF THANKSGIVING NOW : The opposite of... Thu Nov 22, 2007 THE BEST CONTEXTUAL COMMENT ON THANKSGIVING THAT I'VE EVER READ: The opposite of... Thu Nov 22, 2007 FEASTING v. FASTING ON THANKSGIVING : The opposite of Thanksgiving - The Boston ... Thu Nov 22, 2007 AN ALTERNATIVE UNDERSTANDING OF THANKSGIVING : The opposite of Thanksgiving Th... Thu Nov 22, 2007 Fw: & even harder when open communication is not possible :-) RE: ITS HARD TO CH... Thu Nov 22, 2007 After 88 Years of Rivalry, the Last as Us and Them - New York Times Thu Nov 22, 2007 NEW REVELATION RE JFK ASSASINATION : J.F.K.’s Death, Re-Framed - New York Time... Thu Nov 22, 2007 In Some Households, Every Day Is Turkey Day - New York Times Thu Nov 22, 2007

Press-Telegram - Donda West's surgeon walks off 'Larry King Live' Wed Nov 21, 2007 Child's hoax unleashes more than a dozen officers, helicopter pursuit Wed Nov 21, 2007 3 arrests in Natalee Holloway case Wed Nov 21, 2007 The wandering rocks of Death Valley Tue Nov 20, 2007 Father of burned boys a 'suspect,' Birkett says Tue Nov 20, 2007 Father of burned boys a 'suspect,' Birkett says Tue Nov 20, 2007 An unconventional dad and daughter duo Tue Nov 20, 2007 E-mailers send a message: Please don't leave paper trail Tue Nov 20, 2007 Congressman Gary Miller's grandchildren missing Tue Nov 20, 2007 -- A reflective Bush gives thanks, a little early, at site that claims first Tha... Tue Nov 20, 2007 Press-Telegram - Cosmetic surgery ABCs Tue Nov 20, 2007 Press-Telegram - Sierra's swan song Tue Nov 20, 2007 A building boom at L.A.'s private schools Mon Nov 19, 2007 Fw: They are in deep stuff from the calls you have made to authorities.Really cr... Mon Nov 19, 2007 Jefferson Accused of Two More Schemes Mon Nov 19, 2007 Jefferson Accused of Two More Schemes Mon Nov 19, 2007 English, Algebra, Phys Ed ... and Biotech - New York Times Mon Nov 19, 2007 2 KILLED BY CAR RUNNING INTO CAFE Sun Nov 18, 2007 Fw: 3 0ver 15 yrs other counties Sun Nov 18, 2007 ANNE FRANK TREE 2 B CUT DOWN : (I WAS THERE) Sun Nov 18, 2007 TEACHER RESIGNS AFTER DOING CHEER IN FRONT OF CLASS Sun Nov 18, 2007 SHOOTINGS IN CHICAGO COST CITY, NOT COPS Sun Nov 18, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Sun Nov 18, 2007 Jet fuel pipeline to<br>LAX is delayed Sun Nov 18, 2007 DON'T GET IT ! ?? Re: 3 0ver 15 yrs other counties Sun Nov 18, 2007 Handcuffing the Wounded: A Police Tactic Hits a Nerve - New York Times Sun Nov 18, 2007 FAILURE TO THRIVE : Related Content, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI Sun Nov 18, 2007 Ex-felons see criminal records as a 'life sentence' | Sat Nov 17, 2007

News: County, state investigators stopped short of charging Carona | carona, rac... Sat Nov 17, 2007 New pressures grind at Starbucks Sat Nov 17, 2007 In search of Earth's twin Sat Nov 17, 2007 Carona stripped of national security clearance Sat Nov 17, 2007 MICHIGAN TRAILING 14-3, THE GAME Sat Nov 17, 2007 LATINOS JUST KEEP COMING : In Name Count, Garcias Are Catching Up to Joneses - N... Sat Nov 17, 2007 GARCIA & RODRIGUEZ : In Name Count, Garcias Are Catching Up to Joneses - New Yor... Sat Nov 17, 2007 GAL COMMITS SUICIDE BC OF ONLINE Fri Nov 16, 2007 THE NEW SECULAR DEFENSE AGAINST CHRISTIANITY Fri Nov 16, 2007 3k Indictment Deepens Baseball’s Shame - New York Times Fri Nov 16, 2007 AIRLINE GAL POSES 4 PB Fri Nov 16, 2007 Car sails over cliff in RPV Fri Nov 16, 2007 - Car crushed on judge's order Thu Nov 15, 2007 Evangelical flocks on their own at the polls Thu Nov 15, 2007 Bonds charged with perjury Thu Nov 15, 2007 Neighbors can't tolerate expanded Museum of Tolerance Wed Nov 14, 2007 Judge orders Simpson to stand trial Wed Nov 14, 2007 A Day After a School Brawl, a Town Asks, Why? - New York Times Wed Nov 14, 2007 A 24 ounce beer for $140? Tue Nov 13, 2007 Pedophile blogger is back in L.A. Tue Nov 13, 2007 Lobbying firms lure away L.A. staff Tue Nov 13, 2007 Witness: O.J. wanted us to bring 'heat' Tue Nov 13, 2007 Reaching Out to Students When They Talk and Text - New York Times Tue Nov 13, 2007 Bad Behavior Does Not Doom Pupils, Studies Say - New York Times Tue Nov 13, 2007 Kanye West mother surgeon says he did nothing wrong - Times Online Tue Nov 13, 2007 Kanye West's mom dies after cosmetic surgery Tue Nov 13, 2007 New technique creates cheap, abundant hydrogen: report - Yahoo! News Mon Nov 12, 2007 | The Desert Sun | $2,000 reward offered for therapy dog Mon Nov 12, 2007 Putting Dutch values and norms to the test, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland... Mon Nov 12, 2007 Sex sells, but at whose expense?, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland, Expatica Mon Nov 12, 2007 How Oudkerk's career was destroyed by sex, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland,... Mon Nov 12, 2007 Street prostitution experiment ends , Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland, Expa... Mon Nov 12, 2007 Ladies of pleasure or sex slaves?, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland, Expatic... Mon Nov 12, 2007 Drug smugglers use submarines - Times Online Mon Nov 12, 2007 ‘I held Princess’s hand as she lay dying in car’ - Times Online Mon Nov 12, 2007 FINLAND SCHOOL SHOOTER HAD CHAT WITH AMERICAN PLOTTER Mon Nov 12, 2007 2 MICHIGAN BOYS COMMIT GRUESOME MURDER Mon Nov 12, 2007 POLICE OFFICER TASERS HIMSELF Mon Nov 12, 2007 Church is celebrating 100+ years of faith Mon Nov 12, 2007 MURDER-SUICIDE IN MONROVIA : - Man shoots girlfriend, self in front of kids Mon Nov 12, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - This fantasy would land LeBron in L.A. Mon Nov 12, 2007 Frank Girardot: 12 years pass, and the beat goes on Mon Nov 12, 2007 News: Wine tasting with former Los Angeles Rams Quarterback Vince Ferragamo | la... Mon Nov 12, 2007 Teachers get help to guide against prejudice Mon Nov 12, 2007 PROSPERITY PREACHERS (SCHULLER NOT MENTIONED) UNDER INVESTIGATION BY CONGRESS : ... Mon Nov 12, 2007 Two lives blurred together by a photo Mon Nov 12, 2007 Thompson's scarlet 'L' Mon Nov 12, 2007 In DNA Era, New Worries About Prejudice - New York Times Mon Nov 12, 2007 Profile Rises at School Where Going Against the Grain Is the Norm - New York Tim... Mon Nov 12, 2007 (476) What’s in a Name?(The Korea Times) Mon Nov 12, 2007

Board expected to nix LAUSD teacher plan Mon Nov 12, 2007 Divorce — Dutch style, Life in Holland, The Netherlands, Holland, Expatica Sun Nov 11, 2007 We won't be scapegoats for Van Gogh killing, Life in Holland, The Netherlands, H... Sun Nov 11, 2007 On a spiritual mission to Holland, Life in Holland, The Netherlands, Holland, Ex... Sun Nov 11, 2007 Dutch take practical approach to reduce loneliness, Life in Holland, The Netherl... Sun Nov 11, 2007 RE STACEY PETERSON Sun Nov 11, 2007 GIRALDO RIVERA INTERVIEWS DREW PETERSON Sun Nov 11, 2007 Striking writers seek artistic substitutes to fill creative void Sun Nov 11, 2007 MEXICO IS NO PLACE 4 U.S. FUGITIVES ANYMORE : The Orange County Register - News ... Sun Nov 11, 2007 CHRISTIANS CAN REACH OUT 2 HINDUS BY ACKNOWLEDGING DIWALI : Life: Diwali festiva... Sun Nov 11, 2007 CELEBRATING DIWALI IN ORANGE COUNTY : Life: Diwali festival, Sikh Center, Dr. Gu... Sun Nov 11, 2007 Through cunning, killer eluded capture - Crime & courts - Sun Nov 11, 2007 Plate removed from Schwarzenegger’s leg - Politics - Sun Nov 11, 2007 Many candidates running for president on a first-name basis - The Boston Globe Sun Nov 11, 2007 Press-Telegram - Donda West, 58, mother of Kanye Sun Nov 11, 2007 It's time to spill the beans about coffee Sun Nov 11, 2007 "AGITATED" IS ONE OF THEIR FAVORITE ALTHOUGH NOT USED HERE : Man dies in police ... Sun Nov 11, 2007 POLICE HAVE "BUZZ WORDS" THEY USE ANYTIME SOMETHING GOES WRONG : Man dies in pol... Sun Nov 11, 2007 "OFFENDER BECAME COMBATIVE, RESISTED ARREST, & PHYSICALLY COMBATTED..." : Man di... Sun Nov 11, 2007 Southern California's new homes lining up in fires' path Sun Nov 11, 2007 MICHIGAN FAMILY SHOCKED BY CALIFORNIA HOUSING PRICES : Attracting Valuable Coach... Sun Nov 11, 2007 One family's fight against racial covenants Sun Nov 11, 2007 - Your expert source for NCAA Football stats, scores, standings... Sun Nov 11, 2007 - Your expert source for NCAA Football stats, scores, standings... Sun Nov 11, 2007 Discord roils L.A. Unified parent panel Sun Nov 11, 2007 L.A. Unified tells teachers to refund overpayments Sat Nov 10, 2007 LAUSD HAS OVERPAID EMPLOYEES $53 MILLION, INCLUDING ME, APPARENTLY : L.A. Unifie... Sat Nov 10, 2007 NOTRE DAME LOSES TO AIR FORCE Sat Nov 10, 2007 REACHING KIDS WITH CHRISTIAN COMIC BOOKS : Traverse City Record-Eagle Gretchen... Sat Nov 10, 2007 Traverse City Record-Eagle - Stephan Shay runs with heavy heart Sat Nov 10, 2007 Traverse City Record-Eagle - Tourism industry avoids cuts Sat Nov 10, 2007 THEY SELL DOG MEAT VietNamNet Bridge Sat Nov 10, 2007 Author Norman Mailer dead at 84 - Arts, books, more - Sat Nov 10, 2007 Death of cop's 3rd wife called no accident Sat Nov 10, 2007 PRESIDENT BUSH DOES PASTORAL CARE AT THE WHITE HOUSE : Bush and Relatives of Fal... Sat Nov 10, 2007 Hackers Infect Alicia Keys' MySpace Page - News Story | Music, Celebrity, Artist... Sat Nov 10, 2007 Arthur Bremer, Who Shot Wallace, Is Freed - The Lede - Breaking News - New York ... Sat Nov 10, 2007 - Report: Britney Spears Blows Red Light With Kids in Car - Celebrit... Sat Nov 10, 2007 PRINCIPAL GETS 12 YEARS FOR SEX WITH KID : Ex-principal sentenced for sex with t... Fri Nov 09, 2007 Parents feared toy would kill toddler Fri Nov 09, 2007 LOCAL DEPUTY ARRESTED AS SEXUAL PREDATOR : Carson sheriff's deputy arrested in p... Fri Nov 09, 2007 Testimony paints Simpson as behind alleged robbery Fri Nov 09, 2007 This explains your doughnut addiction Fri Nov 09, 2007 Boston priest accused of stalking Conan O'Brien due in court; mentor calls him k... Fri Nov 09, 2007 CHRISTIANS, TOO, HAVE (OR SHOULD HAVE) AN INNER LIGHT :Diwali - Wikipedia, the f... Fri Nov 09, 2007

CENTRAL TO DIWALI IS AWARENESS OF THE INNER LIGHT : Diwali - Wikipedia, the free... Fri Nov 09, 2007 CAN CHRISTIANS LEARN ANYTHING FROM HINDUISM ? FROM DIWALI ? Fri Nov 09, 2007 THIS IS, ESSENTIALLY, THE HINDU CHRISTMAS SEASON : Diwali - Wikipedia, the free ... Fri Nov 09, 2007 HINDU CELEBRATION OF DIWALI BEGINS TODAY : Diwali - Wikipedia, the free encyclop... Fri Nov 09, 2007 Texan sets record with 87 snakes in tub - Yahoo! News Fri Nov 09, 2007 O.J. Simpson trial hearing resumes - Crime & Punishment - Fri Nov 09, 2007 COULD THIS BE THE YEAR OF THE LIONS ? They Are Lions, Hear Them Roar - New York ... Fri Nov 09, 2007 California Hot Springs for Any Body - New York Times Fri Nov 09, 2007 California Hot Springs for Any Body - New York Times Fri Nov 09, 2007 California Hot Springs for Any Body - New York Times Fri Nov 09, 2007 Re MY LETTER ABOUT BEING DUTCH Fw: Re: Web form: Comment Fri Nov 09, 2007 5k A Football Power in a Small Kansas Town - New York Times Fri Nov 09, 2007 Protest Greets Police Plan to Map Muslim Angelenos - New York Times Fri Nov 09, 2007 DUTCH LEGAL DRINKING AGE IS 16 : Parliament opposes higher drinking age, Dutch N... Fri Nov 09, 2007 Tourist injured after taking mushrooms, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland, Ex... Fri Nov 09, 2007 USA SMOKES MORE CANNAIS THAN OTHER NATIONS Dealing with drugs the Dutch way, Dut... Fri Nov 09, 2007 Spinning my way into Dutch life , Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland, Expatica Fri Nov 09, 2007 No fun being a foreigner, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland, Expatica Fri Nov 09, 2007 4 LINDA : RECIPE FOR DUTCH APPLE TART : Making Dutch apple tart, Dutch News, The... Fri Nov 09, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Cab driver taken on a `bizarre' taxi ride Fri Nov 09, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Bank robber eludes authorities Fri Nov 09, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Turkey Tussle hustle Fri Nov 09, 2007 - Metal detectors offered to fire victims Fri Nov 09, 2007

Fw: Calendar of Events from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Sports Arena Fri Nov 09, 2007 8k Traverse City Record-Eagle - Ghosts of World War II: Local woman's father rememb... Thu Nov 08, 2007 SENATE INVESTIGATES SIX "WELL-KNOWN" EVANGELICAL MINISTRIES : Sun-Times Mobile E... Thu Nov 08, 2007 > News > State -- Report: Ronald Reagan library can't locate ... Thu Nov 08, 2007 News: Crystal Cathedral angels fly for the first time | - Thu Nov 08, 2007 Giuliani ally Kerik indicted - Politics - Thu Nov 08, 2007 ANOTHER "TOP COP" TAKES A FALL : Giuliani ally Kerik indicted - Politics - MSNBC... Thu Nov 08, 2007 Michael Jordan to son: Don't be like Mike - TODAY: People - Thu Nov 08, 2007 Check All - Clear All 1200

For Gen X, time to grow up and get a broker - Cracked Nest Egg - Thu Nov 08, 2007 Daily Breeze - Associated Press Thu Nov 08, 2007 Carson deputy arrested in Internet child predator sting Thu Nov 08, 2007 Fossil Fuels - Petroleum - Oil - Gas - Latin America - Bolivia - Ecuador - Venez... Thu Nov 08, 2007 Simpson stole memorabilia, sports dealer testifies Thu Nov 08, 2007 De la Hoya hopes to bring his own slugfest to Dodger Stadium Thu Nov 08, 2007 OIL SPILL IN SAN FRANCISCO BAY : Spilled fuel oil is 'the nastiest stuff around' Thu Nov 08, 2007 BLACK METAL MUSIC : Enslaved - Music - New York Times Thu Nov 08, 2007 SAD RE DEATH OF RUNNER FROM CENTRAL LAKE, MI : Small Town Mourns a Running Marve... Thu Nov 08, 2007 RE NETHERLANDS, EXPATICA NEWSPAPER Thu Nov 08, 2007 Putting Dutch values and norms to the test, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland... Thu Nov 08, 2007 Will Shell sink or swim?, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland, Expatica Thu Nov 08, 2007 Dutch inquiry into Iraq war still a distant prospect, Dutch News, The Netherland... Thu Nov 08, 2007 Squatting soon a thing of the past, Dutch News, The Netherlands, Holland, Expati... Thu Nov 08, 2007

FLORIDA DEPUTY SHOT WHILE TRANSPORTING PRISONER Wed Nov 07, 2007 Daily Breeze - Associated Press Wed Nov 07, 2007 MAJOR SCHOOL SHOOTING IN FINLAND Wed Nov 07, 2007 FOREST SERVICE OFFICIAL KILLS SELF, WIFE, & 2 DOGS : Official kills wife, himsel... Wed Nov 07, 2007 O.J., Fred Goldman sued over book Wed Nov 07, 2007 Shooting reported at Venice High Wed Nov 07, 2007 Writers, studios digging in for long haul | Entertainment | Industry | Reuters Wed Nov 07, 2007 Fw: Re: MILD RETARDATION NOW INCLUDED AS "AUTISM" : What's fueling the rise in a... Wed Nov 07, 2007 Thompson Campaign May Be Shifting Gears Wed Nov 07, 2007 Fw: MyChurch Verification Required Wed Nov 07, 2007 Fw: Welcome JOHN123 (6419) Wed Nov 07, 2007 3k 'Suicide tourism' tallied in N.Y. study Tue Nov 06, 2007 Is bad counsel something to die for? Tue Nov 06, 2007 Teen fender-bender puts dent in parent's day Tue Nov 06, 2007 L.A. clinic the nation's first to treat Chagas disease Tue Nov 06, 2007 UCLA fans angry about video feeds Tue Nov 06, 2007 ARE THE DEMOCRATS TRYING 2 IMPEACH CHENEY ? Cheney impeachment resolution sent t... Tue Nov 06, 2007 Air Force grounds entire fleet of F-15s - The Boston Globe Tue Nov 06, 2007 GAS PRICE CONTINUES TO RISE : Press-Telegram - Oil tales likely to be retold Tue Nov 06, 2007 LBPT WRITER NOT IMPRESSED WITH JOE TORRE : Press-Telegram - Torre may not be as ... Tue Nov 06, 2007 Fw: DOUG, PRETTY HARSH WORDS FOR JOE TORRE Tue Nov 06, 2007 MILD RETARDATION NOW INCLUDED AS "AUTISM" : What's fueling the rise in autism re... Tue Nov 06, 2007 LAUSD STARTS CHARGING GROUPS FOR EXTRACURRICULAR USE OF THE FACILITIES : LAUSD s... Tue Nov 06, 2007 LAUSD sets schedule of fees for use of its facilities Tue Nov 06, 2007

LATE NIGHT TV AIRS RE-RUNS DIE TO WRITERS STRIKE : Strike sends Leno, Letterman,... Tue Nov 06, 2007 Writers strike is no joke Tue Nov 06, 2007 The Denver Post - NY mayor sorry about 'not a hero' remark Mon Nov 05, 2007 Lawmaker Rips Yahoo in Dissident Arrest Mon Nov 05, 2007 Franchises sucking the local flavor out of L.A. Mon Nov 05, 2007 Antony Flew - Atheism - God - Books - Authors and Writers - New York Times Mon Nov 05, 2007 MAJOR BRITISH ATHEIST, ANTONY FLEW, NOW BELIEVES IN GOD, BUT NOT CHRISTIANITY : ... Mon Nov 05, 2007 AN EVANGELICAL DEMOCRAT TAKING A "REPUBLICAN" SOCIAL ISSUE POSITION IS RUNNING F... Mon Nov 05, 2007 FRED THOMPSON DEFENDS CAMPAIGN AIDE, PHIL MARTIN, DESPITE CRIMINAL RECORD : Thom... Mon Nov 05, 2007 SOME SAY VENEZUELA IS "CURSED" BY OIL, NOT BLESSED : Fossil Fuels - Petroleum - ... Mon Nov 05, 2007 IS VENEZUELA SUFFERING FROM THE "OIL CURSE" ? Mon Nov 05, 2007 HILARY'S CRITICS SAY OPPONENTS R UNFAIRLY FORCED TO TREAT HER "GINGERLY" BECAUSE... Mon Nov 05, 2007 HOW TO COMPETE WITH A FEMALE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ?! Different Rules When a Ri... Mon Nov 05, 2007 Skiing with the legends of Sun Nov 04, 2007 Another Peterson search, but still no clues Sun Nov 04, 2007 He's proving his worth one weekend at a time Sun Nov 04, 2007 Ford, Reagan were no bosom buddies Sun Nov 04, 2007 Fossil Fuels - Petroleum - Oil - Gas - Latin America - Bolivia - Ecuador - Venez... Sun Nov 04, 2007 Orphans - Chad - Sudan - New York Times Sun Nov 04, 2007 A Year Still to Go, and Presidential Politics Have Shifted Already - New York Ti... Sun Nov 04, 2007 Life: Catering to his art| mastroianni, family, book, catering - Sat Nov 03, 2007 Massive Pileup Closes Calif. Highway Sat Nov 03, 2007 Hit-and-run suspect later struck by hit-and-run driver Sat Nov 03, 2007 Press-Telegram - A top cop faces prison Sat Nov 03, 2007

Finding God on the 'Net Sat Nov 03, 2007 Daily Breeze - Associated Press Sat Nov 03, 2007 RESTAURANT CALLED BLD : Making the right sick call Sat Nov 03, 2007 I WAS WONDERING WHEN IDENTITY POLITICS WOULD BEGIN : Obama mocks Clinton for pla... Sat Nov 03, 2007 FBI knew Simpson planned to regain items Sat Nov 03, 2007 Republicans waiting for the next Reagan Sat Nov 03, 2007 Runner dies during U.S. marathon trials Sat Nov 03, 2007 NOTRE DAME SINKS TO A NEW LOW : Navy beats Notre Dame for first time since 1963 Sat Nov 03, 2007 You’re In. Can You Back Out? - New York Times Sat Nov 03, 2007 ACT vs. SAT - New York Times Sat Nov 03, 2007 STUDYING ABROAD 4 A SEMESTER IS BECOMING STANDARD, LESS OPTIONAL : The Foreign L... Sat Nov 03, 2007 WE USED THE JESUS FILM IN THE PHILIPPINES : Plugging the Planet Into the Word Sat Nov 03, 2007 Fw: Re: FEMA STAGES A FAKE PRESS CONFERENCE : FEMA Official Apologizes for Stage... Sat Nov 03, 2007 TRUTH IN JUSTICE ORG Sat Nov 03, 2007 County of Los Angeles Office of Independent Review Sat Nov 03, 2007 Judge Rules Los Angeles Jail Floor Sleeping 'Cruel': Top News Stories at Officer... Sat Nov 03, 2007 Moss, Gary Officer died in 1982 during high speed chase Sat Nov 03, 2007 Four police officers charged in assault on tourist in New York vacation town - I... Sat Nov 03, 2007 SHAWN SHELTON MAN BCH PD, NOW IN PRISON FOR MURDER ? SEX ASSAULT ?Is exManhatta... Sat Nov 03, 2007 SHAWN SHELTON MAN BEACH P.D.Is ex-Manhattan Beach police officer a killer? Sat Nov 03, 2007 City of Manhattan Beach : Mission and Values Sat Nov 03, 2007 Get the Crown City creeps- Pasadena Weekly Sat Nov 03, 2007 News: Police release pictures of Crystal Cathedral vandalism suspect | church, c... Sat Nov 03, 2007 Life: The little movie that might | movie, Catholic, Bella, student film, Lion's... Sat Nov 03, 2007 Teacher, Pupil Believed to Be in Mexico Sat Nov 03, 2007

NEW FIRE THREAT : Calif. faces new fire threat from winds - U.S. Life - Sat Nov 03, 2007 ABUSE AT Oprah Winfrey's SCHOOL Fri Nov 02, 2007 ONE OF MY FAVORITE SPOTS BURNED : Modjeska Canyon is on the mend Fri Nov 02, 2007 Private schools getting their 'appeals' out Fri Nov 02, 2007 FACEBOOK PRACTICES BEHAVIORAL TARGETING : Can Facebook feed its ad brains? pag... Fri Nov 02, 2007 FACEBOOK TO TRY COLLABORATIVE FILTERING : Can Facebook feed its ad brains? pag... Fri Nov 02, 2007 MAGIC DRAGONS WIN JAPAN SERIES :Dragons clinch Japan Series | The Japan Times On... Fri Nov 02, 2007 JAPAN HAS THEIR OWN "WORLD SERIES" : Dragons clinch Japan Series | The Japan Tim... Fri Nov 02, 2007 Argentina matrimonial power claims victory: First lady elected president - Pravd... Fri Nov 02, 2007 GREAT PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH--TWICE THE SIZE OF TEXAS : Island of trash floats in... Fri Nov 02, 2007 Halloween's Top 10 Creatures - Pravda.Ru Fri Nov 02, 2007 Kirk Douglas visits Los Angeles playground dedication ceremony - Pravda.Ru Fri Nov 02, 2007 Canadian pedophile abusing Thai boys arrested in Vancouver - Pravda.Ru Fri Nov 02, 2007 tehran times : Ayatollah Khamenei sends condolences on demise of poet Aminpur Fri Nov 02, 2007 Iran Daily - Front Page - 11/01/07 Fri Nov 02, 2007 Al Jazeera English - News - Us Execution Stopped At Last Minute Fri Nov 02, 2007 Al Jazeera English - News - Bush's Us Image Adviser Resigns Fri Nov 02, 2007 WOMAN JAILED WITHOUT CAUSE Thu Nov 01, 2007 News: A scare less frightful | polc, wednesday, haunted, family, steven - OCRegi... Thu Nov 01, 2007 HOSPITAL CHAPLAIN BILL DEMING, 72, DIES : News: Hospital chaplain lived his fait... Thu Nov 01, 2007 Idea for failing schools fails to please educators Thu Nov 01, 2007 Press-Telegram - Hollywood Forever cemetery Thu Nov 01, 2007 NEW COMPETITION : Comedian Stephen Colbert enters Presidential race Thu Nov 01, 2007

Fw: NATIONAL BRAIN TUMOR FOUNDATION : Foundation eNews - November 2007 Thu Nov 01, 2007 11k PILOT WHO DROPPED A-BOMB ON HIROSHIMA DIES : Pilot of Plane That Dropped ABomb ... Thu Nov 01, 2007 Traverse City Record-Eagle - Shuttered Sugar Loaf may get new life Thu Nov 01, 2007 Legislator resigns amid sex scandal - U.S. Life - Thu Nov 01, 2007 Kitna’s Costume Spooks the Lions - New York Times Thu Nov 01, 2007 $1 Million Fine For Bribe of Cunningham Thu Nov 01, 2007 Weekend in New York - Dominican Culture - Uptown in the Caribbean - Travel - New... Thu Nov 01, 2007 Classroom of the Future Is Virtually Anywhere - New York Times Thu Nov 01, 2007 TV survey: More Latinos in the picture Wed Oct 31, 2007 The Denver Post - Convicted MTV actor: "Just kill me now" Wed Oct 31, 2007 - Downey woman involved in crash with Lakers star Wed Oct 31, 2007 POLYGAMIST AUDIOTAPES UNSEALED Wed Oct 31, 2007 NBA suspends Buss for two games Wed Oct 31, 2007 SAME THING IN THE DUKE CUNNINGHAM CASE : Carona, in handcuffs, faces judge Wed Oct 31, 2007 AREN'T WE PAYING THEM ENOUGH ? Carona, in handcuffs, faces judge Wed Oct 31, 2007 WE WANT OUR ELECTED LEADERS TO ENJOY A FEW PERKS : Carona, in handcuffs, faces j... Wed Oct 31, 2007 Untreated ER patient dies at Olive View Wed Oct 31, 2007 Untreated ER patient dies at Olive View Wed Oct 31, 2007 I WAITED HERE, TOO--MAN DIES WHILE WAITING 4 TREATMENT : Untreated ER patient di... Wed Oct 31, 2007 What hurts is an alleged betrayal right from the start Wed Oct 31, 2007 KID STARTED FIRE : Boy started blaze, L.A. County says Wed Oct 31, 2007 RE LEPTIN TO FIGHT OBESITY IRIB PERSIAN NEWS PAGE Wed Oct 31, 2007 ANNIVERSARY OF BIXBY KNOLLS BEATING : Press-Telegram - Halloween beating nightma... Tue Oct 30, 2007 Press-Telegram - Outed CIA spy to visit CSULB Tue Oct 30, 2007

THERE SEEMS 2B SO MUCH CORRUPTION IN LAW ENFORCEMENT : 'I have committed no crim... Tue Oct 30, 2007 APPARENTLY THE DODGERS R GOING TO HIRE JOE TORRE AS THEIR NEW MANAGER Big A-Rod ... Tue Oct 30, 2007 WILL A-ROD JOIN THE ANGELS OR THE DODGERS ? Big A-Rod or L.A.-Rod? Tue Oct 30, 2007 A-ROD IS A FREE AGENT NOW : Big A-Rod or L.A.-Rod? Tue Oct 30, 2007 A-ROD IS LEAVING THE YANKEES .Big A-Rod or L.A.-Rod? Tue Oct 30, 2007 JIM, THEY CAL ALEX RODRIGUEZ "A-ROD" . Big A-Rod or L.A.-Rod? Tue Oct 30, 2007 COULD THE ANGELS GET A-ROD ?!! Big A-Rod or L.A.-Rod? Tue Oct 30, 2007 OC SHERIFF INDICTED FOR CORRUPTION !! : Orange County sheriff indicted on corrup... Tue Oct 30, 2007 PHILBIN LOSES JOB AT FEMA : FEMA director lashes staff for fake news conference ... Tue Oct 30, 2007 DOES THE DIXIE FLAG MERELY REPRESENT THE SOUTH OR IS IT SYMPATHETIC TO SLAVERY ? Tue Oct 30, 2007 CHENEY HUNTS AT CLUB WITH DIXIE FLAG ! Al Sharpton chides Dick Cheney over Confe... Tue Oct 30, 2007 Defense Offers New Evidence in a Murder Case That Shocked Arkansas - New York Ti... Tue Oct 30, 2007 Get the Crown City creeps- Pasadena Weekly Tue Oct 30, 2007 A-Rod’s mid-game opt-out angers MLB - Baseball - Tue Oct 30, 2007 Iraq dam failure could kill up to 500,000 - Washington Post - Tue Oct 30, 2007 Obama's briefs judicious on MTV Tue Oct 30, 2007 News: Identical twins from Huntington Beach launch breast-milk donation business... Tue Oct 30, 2007 NBC CONFIRMS JAY LENO EXIT TIMELINE Tue Oct 30, 2007 Ford didn't bite tongue in interviews Tue Oct 30, 2007 Experts: O.J. Plea Deals Cut Both Ways Tue Oct 30, 2007 Couple Gets $1,600 Hotel Stay for $10 Tue Oct 30, 2007 On Halloween, a sharper eye on sex offenders Tue Oct 30, 2007 RE DROPOUT FACTORIES Daily Breeze - Associated Press Tue Oct 30, 2007 HOT PEPPERS AS PAIN MEDICATION Tue Oct 30, 2007

LONG ARTICLE RE EVANGELICALS & POLITICS : Evangelical Movement - Religion and Po... Tue Oct 30, 2007 'We have decided to take your life' Mon Oct 29, 2007 A complex matter of duty Mon Oct 29, 2007 IF U WANT THE CITY TO CALL U IN AN EMERGENCY, YOU HAVE TO SIGN UP FOR IT : City'... Mon Oct 29, 2007 A-ROD OPTS OUT Mon Oct 29, 2007 HAMMERING FOR HUMANITY IN SAN PEDRO Mon Oct 29, 2007 Fate of Great Lakes' water looks fluid Sun Oct 28, 2007 Fred Thompson vs. the moonshiners Sun Oct 28, 2007 SHE WANTS GOD'S NAME IN EVERY CITY HALL : She wants a higher power at City Hall Sun Oct 28, 2007 BY THE WAY, SAMPRAS WON, 2-0 Sun Oct 28, 2007 RE IN GOD WE TRUST FOUNDATION : She wants a higher power at City Hall Sun Oct 28, 2007 Redlands Daily Facts - Plenty of places to haunt Sun Oct 28, 2007 Giants beat Dolphins, 13-10, in first transatlantic game Sun Oct 28, 2007 'Ghost' inmates fade into obscurity - Washington Post - Sun Oct 28, 2007 Buzz Aldrin: Diapered astronaut should be ‘admired’ - Human Spaceflight - MS... Sun Oct 28, 2007 Spacewalkers make disturbing discovery - Human Spaceflight - Sun Oct 28, 2007 I WAS AT MOCTOBERFEST (ANAHEIM FALL FESTIVAL) : Anaheim Fall Festival: Mocktober... Sun Oct 28, 2007 Woman killed after answering Craigslist nanny ad Sun Oct 28, 2007 Removing a governor Sun Oct 28, 2007 In One Cul-De-Sac, Neighbors Are All That's Left Sun Oct 28, 2007 What Part of ‘Illegal’ Don’t You Understand? - New York Times Sun Oct 28, 2007 Unnatural Hazards in the Fire Zone and Beyond - Dot Earth - Climate Change and S... Sun Oct 28, 2007 SHOULD FIRES BE ALLOWED TO BURN IF NOT NEAR HOMES ? nnatural Hazards in the Fire... Sun Oct 28, 2007 SHELTER-IN-PLACE CONCEPT OF FIGHTING FIRES : Forest and Brush Fires - California... Sun Oct 28, 2007

Rethinking Fire Policy in the Tinderbox Zone - New York Times Sun Oct 28, 2007 HOW TO CHALLENGE A FEMALE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ? Obama Promises a Forceful Sta... Sun Oct 28, 2007 AS MINORITY PRESENCE & POWER INCREASES, THR LIKELIHOOD OF BEING NEGATIVELY PROFI... Sun Oct 28, 2007 INDIAArthroplasty Joint Replacements Sun Oct 28, 2007 Hip replacement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sun Oct 28, 2007 Paris Hilton to visit Moscow for two million dollars - Pravda.Ru Sun Oct 28, 2007 Frozen teenager falls out of passenger jetliner and flies 400 meters down - Prav... Sun Oct 28, 2007 : Nude blonde visits petrol station creating public disturbance (PHOTOS) Sun Oct 28, 2007 MYANMAR LIVES IN POVERTY COMPARED TO THAILAND Sun Oct 28, 2007 Sports: Sampras back for just enough tennis | sampras, tennis, lot, retired, you... Sun Oct 28, 2007 News: Wings and wheels aplenty in annual event Sunday | base, minery, aircraft, ... Sun Oct 28, 2007 SUTLIFF, 35, FORMER ARCADIA TEACHER, GETS 12 YEARS IN PRISON Sat Oct 27, 2007 COUPLE SURVIVES IN POOL AS HOUSE BURNS Sat Oct 27, 2007 CAN RON PAUL BECOME A SERIOUS CONTENDER ? Ron Paul to launch major media push - ... Sat Oct 27, 2007 Witch School fails to charm town Sat Oct 27, 2007 Wholly willing to fight for Holy Jim Sat Oct 27, 2007 DON'T FORGET THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION AT HALLOWEEN TIME : Protestants celebrat... Sat Oct 27, 2007 Silverado Canyon at fire's edge Sat Oct 27, 2007 Check All - Clear All 1400 Up the Mountain Slowly, Very Slowly - New York Times Sat Oct 27, 2007 FEMA STAGES A FAKE PRESS CONFERENCE : FEMA Official Apologizes for Staged Briefi... Sat Oct 27, 2007 Evangelical Movement - Religion and Politics - Presidential Election of 2008 - C... Sat Oct 27, 2007 New Helmet Design Absorbs Shock in a New Way - New York Times Sat Oct 27, 2007 Anaheim Fall Festival: Mocktoberfest - Downtown Anaheim - Fri Oct 26, 2007

10th Annual Trick or Treat Festival - Orange County Fair & Exposition Center - L... Fri Oct 26, 2007 Fire damage on California crops is `cataclysmic' Fri Oct 26, 2007 Animals, owners find refuge on San Diego beach Fri Oct 26, 2007 Closed roads, opened centers Fri Oct 26, 2007 How to help fire victims Fri Oct 26, 2007 KING GILLETTE RANCH, CALABASAS Eye Spy LA Event - Early Morning Bird Hike in San... Fri Oct 26, 2007 Harbor Cruise On Newport Bay with The Fun Zone Boat Company Charter Boats, Newpo... Fri Oct 26, 2007 SHED OR GUESTHOUSE ?- New York Times Fri Oct 26, 2007 Firefighters in Changing Battle - New York Times Fri Oct 26, 2007 Britney Spears Avoids Hit-And-Run Trial Fri Oct 26, 2007 Wildfires Wane as Bush Visits California Fri Oct 26, 2007 Press-Telegram - Residents decry border `bribe' Thu Oct 25, 2007 Press-Telegram - Jergins Tunnel to reopen Thu Oct 25, 2007 ARSON SUSPECTED IN REDLANDS FIRE Thu Oct 25, 2007 That Notre Dame upset looks bigger now Thu Oct 25, 2007 What roads and schools are closed Thu Oct 25, 2007 In Silverado Canyon, a new cliffhanger Thu Oct 25, 2007 - Man Gets A Year In Jail For Flashing Fake Badge Thu Oct 25, 2007 When the Hills Are Burning Thu Oct 25, 2007 Smoking Rubble, Police Barricades and a Lot of Anxious Residents Thu Oct 25, 2007 CALIF FIRES CONSUMED SIZE OF D.C. (X10) : Calif. Firefighters Get Their Chance Thu Oct 25, 2007 John Burdett - Bangkok - Books - New York Times Thu Oct 25, 2007 Stars, and Their Industry, Watch Fires Warily - New York Times Thu Oct 25, 2007 > News > AP News Thu Oct 25, 2007 > News > State -- Quotes about the Southern California wildfi... Thu Oct 25, 2007 > News > State -- Worst wildfires in recent California histor... Thu Oct 25, 2007 -- Hundreds of Southern California homes lost to wildfires Thu Oct 25, 2007 LOOKING DOWN FROM ABOVE :-- The Southern California fires from above: Portrait o... Thu Oct 25, 2007 OC FIRE CHIEF CRITICIZES STATE RESPONSE :- Fire chief says state unprepared for ... Thu Oct 25, 2007 SANTIAGO FIRE AFFECTS ME MOST (WHERE I GO TO GET AWAY, HIKE, ETC) : -Californi... Thu Oct 25, 2007 CALIFORNIA INSURANCE EMERGENCY DECLARED : - Calif insurance commissioner declare... Thu Oct 25, 2007 REDLANDS TREASURER ARRESTED : -- Redlands treasurer arrested for allegedly takin... Thu Oct 25, 2007 BUSH DECLARES SO CAL A "NATIONAL DISASTER AREA" : -- Bush signs disaster declara... Thu Oct 25, 2007 BURNED STRUCTURES, LISTED BY ADDRESS, SAN DIEGO COUNTY Thu Oct 25, 2007 OPAQUE RESTAURANT : LA Weekly - Eat/Drink - Blind Tasting - Jonathan Gold - The ... Thu Oct 25, 2007 - School Closures Thu Oct 25, 2007 1 million fled fires? As the smoke clears, the numbers shrink Thu Oct 25, 2007 SOUTHLAND EVACUATION AREAS & CLOSURES Thu Oct 25, 2007 MY EXPERIENCE IS THAT LIBRARIES NEED MORE SECURITY : Refuge for readers can be r... Thu Oct 25, 2007 Bitter Bonds takes some swings at Giants - Baseball - Thu Oct 25, 2007 Seasonal firefighters had been laid off - California Wildfires - Thu Oct 25, 2007 CNN || Day 4: Exhaustion sets in on California's fire lines Thu Oct 25, 2007 SANTA ANAS ARE KATABATIC WINDS : CNN || 'Firestorm' conditions weakening but sti... Thu Oct 25, 2007 KATABATIC WINDS : CNN || 'Firestorm' conditions weakening but still a danger Thu Oct 25, 2007 Daily Breeze - Associated Press Wed Oct 24, 2007 Scale of the fires' disruption on display at San Diego stadium Wed Oct 24, 2007 Studio veteran crafts a fire story with a happy ending Wed Oct 24, 2007

PRISON INMATES R HELPING FIGHT FIRES : As Fires Rage for Fourth Day, Hopes Rest ... Wed Oct 24, 2007 FREEWAY 5 BTW L.A. & SAN DIEGO IS/WAS CLOSED DUE 2 SMOKE : As Fires Rage for Fou... Wed Oct 24, 2007 The Denver Post - A great way to grow Wed Oct 24, 2007 Fw: 250,000 Urged to Flee in California as Fires Spread - New York Times Wed Oct 24, 2007 Fw: Pasadena Star-News - Two pedestrians killed on 10 Freeway Wed Oct 24, 2007 Fw: News: Presidential candidate holds rally in Village | republican, village, s... Wed Oct 24, 2007 Fw: News: Crystal Cathedral graffiti repairs continue | church, rhodes, glass, v... Wed Oct 24, 2007 Fw: Re: SHIRLEY, ANY FIRES BY U IN YORBA LINDA ?Calif. fires overwhelm firefight... Wed Oct 24, 2007 Fw: They have never been this wicked. "SANTA ANAS" : 250,000 flee San Die... Wed Oct 24, 2007 FW: A story from South Africa Wed Oct 24, 2007 9k Fw: News: Presidential candidate holds rally in Village | republican, village, s... Wed Oct 24, 2007 Fw: News: Crystal Cathedral graffiti repairs continue | church, rhodes, glass, v... Wed Oct 24, 2007 Calif. fires overwhelm firefighters - Weather - Tue Oct 23, 2007 BIGGEST EVACUATION IN CA HISTORY : Calif. fires overwhelm firefighters - Weather... Tue Oct 23, 2007 VERY BIZARRE : Newlyweds' perfect hike ends in tragedy Tue Oct 23, 2007 ROMNEY CALLS OSAMA, OBAMA : Romney Slip: Another Osama-Obama Mix-Up Tue Oct 23, 2007 Painting Found in Trash Could Fetch $1M Tue Oct 23, 2007 Man charged with videotaping woman in gas station bathroom Tue Oct 23, 2007 Man awarded more than $2 million in false arrest case Tue Oct 23, 2007 One missing, one dead off Belmont Pier Tue Oct 23, 2007 President Bush to tour fire-ravaged areas Tue Oct 23, 2007 This USC call should be clear Tue Oct 23, 2007 A checklist for evacuations Tue Oct 23, 2007 What FEMA will and won't pay for Tue Oct 23, 2007 Governor visits fire-ravaged Lake Arrowhead Tue Oct 23, 2007 More evacuations and new fires Tue Oct 23, 2007

Fw: 250,000 Urged to Flee in California as Fires Spread - New York Times Tue Oct 23, 2007 MARIE OSMOND FAINTS ON STAGE Mon Oct 22, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Two pedestrians killed on 10 Freeway Mon Oct 22, 2007 CAUTION : Windblown soot, gas and dust pose threats Mon Oct 22, 2007 Traveling, only the connection is remote Mon Oct 22, 2007 WOMAN TRAPPED IN CAR FOR 2 DAYS : Woman spends 2 days in overturned car - U.S. L... Mon Oct 22, 2007 FIRST TIME I'VE NOTICED THE SO-CALLED "SANTA ANAS" : 250,000 flee San Diego fire... Mon Oct 22, 2007 ROCKIES HAVE WON LAST 21 OF 22 GAMES : Boston Red Sox - Red Sox roar into World ... Mon Oct 22, 2007 BOSTON OUTSCORES INDIANS 30-5 IN LAST THREE GAMES : Boston Red Sox - Red Sox roa... Mon Oct 22, 2007 2 KIDS SHOT NEARBY, NOT AT THE SCHOOL Mon Oct 22, 2007 GREAT LAKES WATER LEVEL SIGNIFICANTLY LOWER : Inch by Inch, Great Lakes Shrink, ... Mon Oct 22, 2007 I CAN READ THE NEWS ON THE JOB ! : Inch by Inch, Great Lakes Shrink, and Cargo C... Mon Oct 22, 2007 THIS IS WHERE 2 KIDS WERE SHOT & KILLED LAST WEEK Mon Oct 22, 2007 PEACE PEACE WHEN THERE IS NO PEACE ?? Spiritual Leaders Call for Understanding Mon Oct 22, 2007 Red Sox Roll, Make Date With the Rockies - Mon Oct 22, 2007 Bangkok Post : PHU PHA MAN Sun Oct 21, 2007 Delta chief takes unlikely flight path Sun Oct 21, 2007 OBAMA SPEAKS AT GARFIELD HIGH Sun Oct 21, 2007 Museums in California Sun Oct 21, 2007 -- Sacramento pastor sentenced to prison for molesting boy Sun Oct 21, 2007 MALIBU PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BURNS : -- Malibu wildfire burns church, homes, threa... Sun Oct 21, 2007 THE POWER OF DNA TO SOLVE CRIMES : - The DNA trail Sun Oct 21, 2007 10 COMMANDMENTS MOVIE : There are only 10 – so how hard can it be? Sun Oct 21, 2007 Denver roots, roots, roots for the Rockies Sun Oct 21, 2007

1,200-acre fire destroys Malibu landmarks Sun Oct 21, 2007 SUICIDE IN THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY : Suicide Is Not Painless - New York Times Sun Oct 21, 2007 Obama Calls for Ouster of Official After Remark - New York Times Sun Oct 21, 2007 Old Enough Now to Ask How Dad Died at War - New York Times Sun Oct 21, 2007 GIRL, AGE 8, WAS 3 Y.O. WHEN HER DAD DIED IN IRAQ WAR : Old Enough Now to Ask Ho... Sun Oct 21, 2007 SEXUAL PREDATOR/OFFENDER TEACHERS Sun Oct 21, 2007 News: Silverado Days to celebrate 51 {+s} {+t} anniversary | character, ccix, fe... Sun Oct 21, 2007 OLDER BROTHER CHARGED W/ MURDER 20 YEARS LATER : News: Patty Lopez may have solv... Sun Oct 21, 2007 News: Presidential candidate holds rally in Village | republican, village, speci... Sun Oct 21, 2007 News: Crystal Cathedral graffiti repairs continue | church, rhodes, glass, vanda... Sun Oct 21, 2007 The Manila Times Internet Edition | SPECIAL REPORT > ‘Confessions’ of an abo... Sat Oct 20, 2007 LOS ANGELES ON LIST OF "AT RISK" CITIES FOR RISING SEA LEVEL THREAT : World's ri... Sat Oct 20, 2007 Press-Telegram - `No one was more full of life' Sat Oct 20, 2007 FAKE GRASS LAWN IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY POPULAR : Fake grass growing popular Sat Oct 20, 2007 AIRPLANE LANDS ON SEAL BEACH : We've got a beachhead! Sat Oct 20, 2007 Recreation Calabasas Pumpkin Festival Sat Oct 20, 2007 The exotic dancer, the police chief and the dividing line Sat Oct 20, 2007 Scholars try to reconcile 'problematic' religious texts Sat Oct 20, 2007 Official's heroic tale was fiction Sat Oct 20, 2007 Far fewer children in L.A. County foster care Sat Oct 20, 2007 Backcountry Belize - New York Times Sat Oct 20, 2007 In Grief, Family Finds a Mission - New York Times Sat Oct 20, 2007 Torre Could Manage Yankees and Steinbrenner - New York Times Sat Oct 20, 2007 20,000 MURDERED IN S. AFRICA EVERY YEAR : Nation & World | South Africa carjacke... Sat Oct 20, 2007

THIS WRITER THINKS ONLY AMERICANS CARE ABOUT THEIR PRESIDENTS MARRIAGE : ABC New... Sat Oct 20, 2007 ABC News: Could a U.S. Pres. Survive French Kiss-Off? Sat Oct 20, 2007 International Pedophile Suspect Denies Any Wrongdoing - International News | New... Sat Oct 20, 2007 TOUGH TIMES FOR EVERYBODY Fri Oct 19, 2007 JOE TORRE SAYS GOODBYE TO YANKEES Fri Oct 19, 2007 MAKES ME WONDER IF AN ENTIRE TEAM SHOULD FLY ON THE SAME FLIGHT : Trojans endure... Fri Oct 19, 2007 South Pole ozone hole back to average size Fri Oct 19, 2007 Street preacher sues Naperville over sign display fine Fri Oct 19, 2007 WHEATON COP CAUGHT SHOPLIFTING : Wheaton cop resigns over shoplifting charge Fri Oct 19, 2007 Bail set for alleged driver in severed-feet fatality Fri Oct 19, 2007 Boy doesn't remember getting hit by lightning Fri Oct 19, 2007 SHOULD TAXPAYERS PAY FOR A WOODSTOCK MUSEUM ? Woodstock museum earmark dropped Fri Oct 19, 2007 Waste Management workers on strike Fri Oct 19, 2007 Latino leaders urged to speak out against racial violence Fri Oct 19, 2007 2 killed in drive-by shooting near Manual Arts High Fri Oct 19, 2007 TORRE FIRES THE YANKEES : Torre changing his stripes - MLB Fri Oct 19, 2007 BROWNBACK MIGHT PULL OUT OF PRESIDENTIAL RACE TOPDAY : Brownback may quit presid... Fri Oct 19, 2007 INTERESTING RE SOFT POWER V HARD POWER : A briefing on US "soft power" - People'... Fri Oct 19, 2007 Full Text: Chinese legislature on U.S. Congressional "award" to Dalai Lama - Peo... Fri Oct 19, 2007 Carrying forward Buddhism or fueling evil cults? - People's Daily Online Fri Oct 19, 2007 US report 'makes groundless allegations' - People's Daily Online Fri Oct 19, 2007 Nobel winner Watson suspended for comments Thu Oct 18, 2007 No charges for man who shot neighbor Thu Oct 18, 2007 Reward offered in slaying of 10-year-old Thu Oct 18, 2007

In this dog park, all that's missing is the biscuits - The Boston Globe Thu Oct 18, 2007 Disney to expand California park - The Boston Globe Thu Oct 18, 2007 Romney plans to take aim at single motherhood - The Boston Globe Thu Oct 18, 2007 Turkey authorizes invasion of Iraq to hunt for Kurd rebels - The Boston Globe Thu Oct 18, 2007 Rudy Giuliani: Lost in Texas Thu Oct 18, 2007 Co-defendant says O.J. wanted guns at Vegas meet Wed Oct 17, 2007 L.A. mayor presses for affordable housing Wed Oct 17, 2007 THE BATTLE TO HOLD THE FIRST PRIMARY CONTINUES : Iowa's Regrettable Line in the ... Wed Oct 17, 2007 The Official Site of Major League Baseball: News: Major League Baseball News Wed Oct 17, 2007 Gores Campaign Donations - The Caucus - Politics - New York Times Blog Wed Oct 17, 2007 Discounters Are In for the Long Hauls - New York Times Wed Oct 17, 2007 The Claim: Margarine Is Healthier Than Butter. - New York Times Wed Oct 17, 2007 Lifers as Teenagers, Now Seeking Second Chance - New York Times Wed Oct 17, 2007 Surface Navigation Help for Subway Riders - New York Times Wed Oct 17, 2007 L.A. gets $150 million to synchronize traffic lights Tue Oct 16, 2007 HOW SCIENTOLOGY GOT THE IRS TO CALL THEM A CHURCH : The Shadowy Story Behind Sci... Tue Oct 16, 2007 Scientology - Science or New Age Cult? Tue Oct 16, 2007 IF U STILL CAN'T FIND THE KEY AFTER LOOKING CLOSER, LET ME KNOW Tue Oct 16, 2007 SO U R BACK ALREADY ? JUST DROPPED IN AND RETURNED ? Tue Oct 16, 2007 Taipei Times - WHAT MAKES A GOOD ENGLISH TEACHER Tue Oct 16, 2007 VILLARAIGOSA WELCOMES SRI LANKAN PRESIDENT TO L.A. Tue Oct 16, 2007 Handling bad news -- Dick Cheney's way Mon Oct 15, 2007 I OCCASSIONALLY WONDER WHAT BRUCE & ANN ACTUALLY DO : No. 2 US Air Force purchas... Mon Oct 15, 2007 THERE'S SO MUCH MONEY FLOATING AROUND IN THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY : No. 2 US Air For... Mon Oct 15, 2007 TRAGEDY IN THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY : No. 2 US Air Force purchasing official found d... Mon Oct 15, 2007

GERIATRIC EXPERIENCE : Respecting, and liking, these elders Mon Oct 15, 2007 Stoneman expected to quit as Angels' GM Mon Oct 15, 2007 Cyclist is killed by alleged drunk driver in Dana Point Mon Oct 15, 2007 Body of man discovered 2 days after his feet were found Mon Oct 15, 2007 Lincoln Slept (and Wrote) Here: A Hideaway Restored - New York Times Mon Oct 15, 2007 Craig's Ethics Case: A Lengthy Process Likely Mon Oct 15, 2007 Guess Who Came to the Evangelicals' Dinner Mon Oct 15, 2007 Tough Times in Tibet - Mon Oct 15, 2007 Attacks cross Iraq-Turkey border - Mon Oct 15, 2007 Attacks cross Iraq-Turkey border - Mon Oct 15, 2007 -- Helping Turkey stay its westward course Mon Oct 15, 2007 I-5 re-opens AFTER TUNNEL TRAGEDY Mon Oct 15, 2007 Abstinence approach gets unlikely ally Sun Oct 14, 2007 He's king; the L.A. loft scene is his throne Sun Oct 14, 2007 Jefferson Seeks to Dismiss Bribery Charges Sun Oct 14, 2007 Scouting a New Home For Homeland Security Sun Oct 14, 2007 A Wife's Battle Sun Oct 14, 2007 73 and Loaded With Friends on Facebook - New York Times Sun Oct 14, 2007 Big Push in the 11th Pulls the Indians Even - New York Times Sun Oct 14, 2007 Runways Fade to White - New York Times Sun Oct 14, 2007 Regrets Only - New York Times Sun Oct 14, 2007 The Denver Post - Costa Rica ramble Sun Oct 14, 2007 Drivers kick up stink about WC car plates | U.S. | Reuters Sat Oct 13, 2007 WITNESS-I told Doris Lessing she won a Nobel prize | Special Coverage | Reuters Sat Oct 13, 2007 Sioux City Journal: Men get 5 years in prison for sending pornographic spam e-ma... Sat Oct 13, 2007 Check All - Clear All 1600 Democratic race toughens up Sat Oct 13, 2007

YOUNG PEOPLE LESS INTERESTED IN CHRISTIANITY THAN EVER BEFORE : Christianity's i... Sat Oct 13, 2007 JERRY MATHERS IS THE CELEBRITY PARADE MARSHALL FOR BELLOWER LIBERTY DAY PARADE Sat Oct 13, 2007 Religion may aid disadvantaged children later in life, study says - The Boston G... Sat Oct 13, 2007 Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Online Sat Oct 13, 2007 Uncle: Ohio shooter upset at teachers - Crime & Punishment - Sat Oct 13, 2007 Calif. freeway on fire after pileup - U.S. Life - Sat Oct 13, 2007 Co-Defendant in Simpson Case to Plea Sat Oct 13, 2007 Pets Hurled Off Bridge in Puerto Rico Sat Oct 13, 2007 Prosecutor: Mom bought weapons for boy - Sat Oct 13, 2007 Searches in Inquiry Into Death of Model - New York Times Sat Oct 13, 2007 After News Article on Test, Michigan Orders Retesting - New York Times Sat Oct 13, 2007 As Its Stock Tops $600, Google Faces Growing Risks - New York Times Sat Oct 13, 2007 The Little Film That Became a Hot Property Sat Oct 13, 2007 Study: 2,002 died in police custody in 3 years Fri Oct 12, 2007 Nuñez gets heat for living situation in Los Angeles Fri Oct 12, 2007 Bringing a slice of Korea to Orange County | korean, character, ccix, event, yea... Fri Oct 12, 2007 News: Stadium crowd was more lively than Angels | police, anaheim, stadium, peop... Fri Oct 12, 2007 LEBOWSKI FEST : Music What Condition My Condition Was In Fri Oct 12, 2007 PEPSI V COKE FISTFIGHT Fri Oct 12, 2007 The Official Website of A Common Word Fri Oct 12, 2007 Muslim leaders reach out to Christians Fri Oct 12, 2007 Wine from Israel aimed at Christians Fri Oct 12, 2007 O.C. attorney admits to paying bondsmen for client referrals Fri Oct 12, 2007 CNN || Does birth order matter? What every parent needs to know Fri Oct 12, 2007 CNN || Gore shares Nobel Peace Prize with U.N. panel Fri Oct 12, 2007 CNN || Dutch to ban psychedelic mushrooms Fri Oct 12, 2007 Boom Times for Dentists, but Not for Teeth - New York Times Fri Oct 12, 2007

Power of goodbye: Madonna split may herald record industry’s death - Times Onl... Fri Oct 12, 2007 Will Nobel mean Gore will run for president? | Reuters Fri Oct 12, 2007 11 Y.O. LEADS POLICE ON 100 MPH CHASE Thu Oct 11, 2007 RE OBAMA Thu Oct 11, 2007 Moment of silence mandated in Illinois schools Thu Oct 11, 2007 Tracking the evolution of language Thu Oct 11, 2007 Snoop Dogg to serve time in O.C. park Thu Oct 11, 2007 'God' reference OK'd for Capitol flags Thu Oct 11, 2007 NBC's move from Burbank opens door to prime real estate Thu Oct 11, 2007 Former Conn. hedge fund manager pleads guilty to seeking stranger to rape, abduc... Thu Oct 11, 2007 Waterways could be key to freeing up freeways Thu Oct 11, 2007 TEACHER WINS MILIKAN PRIZE FOR TEACHING Thu Oct 11, 2007 Calif. Bans Smoking in Cars With Kids Thu Oct 11, 2007 Noose on Door at Columbia Prompts Campus Protest - New York Times Thu Oct 11, 2007 OBAMA REFUSES TO WEAR USA PIN Wed Oct 10, 2007 MINNEAPOLIS AIRPORT GETS NEW BATHROOM STALLS Wed Oct 10, 2007 WOMAN WHO DIED IN AIRPORT HOKDING CELL MAY HAVE ACCIDENTALLY CHOKED HERSELF TO D... Wed Oct 10, 2007 MCCAIN THINKS A CHRISTIAN WOULD BE BEST PRESIDENT Wed Oct 10, 2007 MINISTER STEALS WEDDING GIFTS Wed Oct 10, 2007 MAN TRIES 2 BUY GROCERIES WITH A 1 MILLION-DOLLAR-BILL Wed Oct 10, 2007 4-YEAR-OLD FALLS OFF EDGE OF GRAND CANYON Wed Oct 10, 2007 WHO'S GETTING MARRIED OR WHO DIED IN MICHIGAN ? Wed Oct 10, 2007 Lawyer pleads guilty in a kickback scheme - The Boston Globe Wed Oct 10, 2007 CELLPHONE WHEN THERE IS NO ACTUAL CELL PHONE Wed Oct 10, 2007 Panthers sign Vinny Testaverde Wed Oct 10, 2007 L.A., homeless advocates reach deal on sidewalk sleeping Wed Oct 10, 2007

Student opens fire in Cleveland school Wed Oct 10, 2007 JUDGES SUSPECTED OF FIXING TICKETS : In Parking-Pinched Jersey City, Four Judges... Wed Oct 10, 2007 Where Teachers Sit, Awaiting Their Fates - New York Times Wed Oct 10, 2007 Debate analysis: Thompson plays safe - Fred Thompson - Tue Oct 09, 2007 Reggie Jackson still able to stir things up - The Boston Globe Tue Oct 09, 2007 Re ORAL ROBERTS Tue Oct 09, 2007 Judge Orders Britney Spears to Be Booked Tue Oct 09, 2007 Trespassing charges against Jackson, Pfleger dropped Tue Oct 09, 2007 GEORGE BRETT WENT 2 EL SEGUNDO HIGH : Somber induction Tue Oct 09, 2007 LAUSD plans new tactics to cut still-dismal dropout rate Tue Oct 09, 2007 A father's tragedy: 'Worst day of your life times three' Tue Oct 09, 2007 Jack-o'-lantern scarcity scares up higher prices Tue Oct 09, 2007 For Angels, the evidence is overpowering Tue Oct 09, 2007 A Revolutionary Icon, and Now, a Bikini - New York Times Tue Oct 09, 2007 RE WISCONSON KILLER COP : IS 20 Y.O. OLD ENOUGH 2 B A COP ? CARRY A GUN ? Tue Oct 09, 2007 SKYDIVERS FOUND DEAD W/ PLANE Tue Oct 09, 2007 Fw: U SOUND LIKE A POMPOUS ARMCHAIR QUARTERBACK Tue Oct 09, 2007 Fw: YOU R OBVIOUSLY A DODGERS FAN. GIVE LACKEY A BREAK ! Tue Oct 09, 2007 Fw: DUKE PRESIDENT APOLOGIZES : Duke lacrosse players get presidential apology Tue Oct 09, 2007 Fw: Press-Telegram - What if Dodgers had turned to Scioscia? Tue Oct 09, 2007 Oregon teacher wants to take gun to school, sues district to challenge weapons b... Tue Oct 09, 2007 Oceanside woman dies in N.M. hot air balloon accident Tue Oct 09, 2007 SUIT V OC SCHOOL DISTRICT 4 NOT ALLOWING CHURCH COMMUNITY SERVICE Tue Oct 09, 2007 MICHIGAN MAN DIES IN CHICAGO MARATHON : Man dies in heat-shortened marathon Mon Oct 08, 2007 Jury gets case of McDonald's strip search Mon Oct 08, 2007

AMAZING 13 YEAR LEG-POWER JOURNEY BY ENGLISHMAN : Circumnavigation Mon Oct 08, 2007 Religious-based education on trial Mon Oct 08, 2007 Brewer has yet to make his imprint Mon Oct 08, 2007 TOUGH TIMES 4 POOR HOMEOWNERS : The American Dream turns into a debtor's nightma... Mon Oct 08, 2007 All dressed up and ready for school Mon Oct 08, 2007 RE "THE SPOTLIGHT EFFECT " : EXCELLENT ARTICLE RE THE FALLACY OF IT... : CNN || ... Mon Oct 08, 2007 CNN || Arias: Costa Rica says 'SÃ' Mon Oct 08, 2007 PEOPLE IN THIS VILLAGE COME TO L.A. 4 "GOOD AIR" : Smog Traps Calif. Community Mon Oct 08, 2007 SMOGGIEST CITY IN THE WORLD : Smog Traps Calif. Community Mon Oct 08, 2007 The assassination of Chauncey Bailey, tireless advocate for black community Mon Oct 08, 2007 OFF-DUTY POLICE OFFICER KILLS 6 Sun Oct 07, 2007 BABY DECLARED DEAD ACTUALLY STILL ALIVE : Newborn Mistakenly Declared Dead | Sou... Sun Oct 07, 2007 BELLFLOWER CITY MANAGER, MICHAEL EGAN : City manager shares his past goals Sun Oct 07, 2007 RE BELLFLOWER HISTORY : City's roots a century deep Sun Oct 07, 2007 O.C. judge's humor appeals to some; others object Sun Oct 07, 2007 TOO BAD 4 THE LOS ANGELES ANGELS - Yahoo! Search Results Sun Oct 07, 2007 ILEGAL IMMIGRATION SWEEP NETS 1300 ILLEGALS : News: More than 1,300 immigrants a... Sun Oct 07, 2007 In Costa Rica, Built for Books and Breezes - New York Times Sun Oct 07, 2007 Worshiping Paris - New York Times Sun Oct 07, 2007 Thou Shalt Not Kill, Except in a Game at Church - New York Times Sun Oct 07, 2007 SHOULD PUBLIC SCHOOL COACHES BE ALLOWED 2 PRAY W/ STUDENTS ? : Case Tests Bounda... Sun Oct 07, 2007 REACHING THE WORLD W/ THE WORD VIA SHORTWAVE RADIO : In the World's Rural Outpos... Sun Oct 07, 2007 Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Online Sat Oct 06, 2007 DIAMONDBACKS WIN, CUBS ELIMINATED ! Sat Oct 06, 2007

News: Deputies slow work at courthouse | - Sat Oct 06, 2007 News: Don't mess with Texas or the kindness of strangers | dog, smolenski, rodge... Sat Oct 06, 2007 Tammy Faye: 'Little Lady Who Lived Big' Sat Oct 06, 2007 Metro -- Marine took files as part of spy ring Sat Oct 06, 2007 Cops: Arrested flier dead when spouse called Sat Oct 06, 2007 Cubs follow script as season ends Sat Oct 06, 2007 MAJOR UPSET : STANFORD BEATS USC Sat Oct 06, 2007 Dissent rains on Pasadena Sat Oct 06, 2007 Tenn. councilman may quit after suicide Sat Oct 06, 2007 13 Y.O. PREACHERS KID SHOT TO DEATH : Boston grieves teen shooting victim who wa... Sat Oct 06, 2007 INCREDIBLY SAD & DEMENTED, IF TRUE : U.S. Prosecutor Held in a Child Sex Sting K... Sat Oct 06, 2007 STRANGE DEATH AT AIRPORT : Life of Comfort and Pain Ends in an Airport Cell - Ne... Sat Oct 06, 2007 TOUGH LOSS 4 ANGELS : Ramirez, Red Sox Walk Off With a 2-0 Lead - washingtonpost... Sat Oct 06, 2007 After Extensive Beef Recall, Topps Goes Out of Business - New York Times Sat Oct 06, 2007 News: Lockdown at Theo Lacy continues | lockdown, husband, shirlock, inmates, ja... Fri Oct 05, 2007 News: Boat sinks after hitting Dana Harbor jetty | harbor, whitman, rocks, vesse... Fri Oct 05, 2007 News: Man dead in I-5 plunge ID'd | vespia, police, scene, car, body - OCRegiste... Fri Oct 05, 2007 Lawmaker’s son has some explaining to do - Peculiar Postings - Fri Oct 05, 2007 PIGS RUN WILD IN GRAND RAPIDS : Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Online :: AP News Fri Oct 05, 2007 MAN CUTS OWN TONGUE OFF Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Online :: AP News Fri Oct 05, 2007 ANGELS LEAD 3-2 ! Fri Oct 05, 2007 WHAT TO DO IF YOU MEET A BEAR Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Online Fri Oct 05, 2007 THIS SEEMS TO SUPPORT THE THEORY OF GLOBAL WARMING ::Thousands of walruses aband... Fri Oct 05, 2007 PAYBACK TIME 4 DUKE LACROSSE KIDS : Press-Telegram - Former Duke lacrosse player... Fri Oct 05, 2007

25% OF L.A. DRIVERS R UNREGISTERED & UNINSURED :.Too many red-light runners get ... Fri Oct 05, 2007 Jury awards LAPD detective $1 million in demotion case Fri Oct 05, 2007 RE DANNY BONADUCE Fri Oct 05, 2007 TRUE STORY : I OVERHEARD A FELLOW ORDER A "CHEESEBURGER WITH NO CHEESE" ! Fri Oct 05, 2007 Romney increases overtures to disenchanted evangelicals - The Boston Globe Fri Oct 05, 2007 Britney Spears gets one last chance from irate judge Fri Oct 05, 2007 It's only rock'n'roll, not a history lesson, says Mick Jagger - Times Online Fri Oct 05, 2007 MICHIGAN STATE TROOPER CHARGED WITH CONTRIBUTING TO DELINQUENCY OF MINORS- Troop... Fri Oct 05, 2007 The Denver Post - Lawyer accused of intimidation Fri Oct 05, 2007 - Woman told to ditch bra to enter court Fri Oct 05, 2007 Payments to survivors of Holocaust reach $8 billion Fri Oct 05, 2007 SUPREME COURT DECLINES TO REVIEW CHURCH USE OF PUBLIC LIBRARY CASE Fri Oct 05, 2007 High Court declines two church-state cases Fri Oct 05, 2007 3 GRAND RAPIDS POLICE OFFICERS FIRED IN MIDST OF SEX SCANDAL Fri Oct 05, 2007 FORMER PRICE IS RIGHT EMPLOYEE SUES Fri Oct 05, 2007 ALTHOUGH IT SEEMED TO BE MORE OF A PROBLEM ON THE WISCONSIN SIDE Fri Oct 05, 2007 I WAS WONDERING ABOUT THIS TOO, AS I DROVE THE LAKE MICHIGAN SHORELINE Fri Oct 05, 2007 Come to Alaska, but please don't go 'Wild' Fri Oct 05, 2007 O.C. KID DIES AT YALE LAW SCHOOL : News: O.C. grad died of heart attack | hanzic... Fri Oct 05, 2007 ELEM TEACHER ACCUSED OF MOLESTATION Fri Oct 05, 2007 Designer Jon faces 59 sexual assault charges Fri Oct 05, 2007 WHALE CORPSE WON'T SINK : Whale corpse washes ashore for the third time Fri Oct 05, 2007 Ketchum-Downtown YMCA Stair Climb to the Top 2007 - Home Fri Oct 05, 2007 Traverse City Record-Eagle - Flying the coop: Guinea hens are secret weapons in ... Thu Oct 04, 2007

Gerry Braun -- Cops' case a matter of he shed, she shed Thu Oct 04, 2007 Life: How she met her son | shannon, adam, mother, first, life - Thu Oct 04, 2007 Isiah: Marbury's head is in the game Thu Oct 04, 2007 LAKEWOOD COPS HAVE ARREST CONTEST : Press-Telegram - Report: Lakewood sheriff's ... Thu Oct 04, 2007 Beckham to play next week Thu Oct 04, 2007 Lackey should be careful what he asks for Thu Oct 04, 2007 All eyes on Angels' Anderson Thu Oct 04, 2007 Judge won't let Craig withdraw guilty plea Thu Oct 04, 2007 Anne Frank's tree wins reprieve - Europe - Thu Oct 04, 2007 A secret Oregon for any season Thu Oct 04, 2007 The top of the lake Thu Oct 04, 2007 Piniella rolls dice, comes up empty Thu Oct 04, 2007 Swarm of Software Developers Creating Features for Facebook - New York Times Thu Oct 04, 2007 JAMES DOBSON, CHRISTIAN, SPEAKS WISELY ABOUT PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE QUALIFICATIONS... Thu Oct 04, 2007 ACT OF KINDNESS BY KITEBOARDER : Life: Kiteboarder turns detective | fkitesurfer... Wed Oct 03, 2007 Selden couple sues Dell Computer Corp. Wed Oct 03, 2007 Landslide damages Calif. homes - U.S. Life - Wed Oct 03, 2007 Landslide damages Calif. homes - U.S. Life - Wed Oct 03, 2007 Nicolas Cage finds naked man <br>in his Newport Beach home Wed Oct 03, 2007 77 arrested in international e-mail scams Wed Oct 03, 2007 Mayor backs city attorney's decision to withhold names of cops accused of excess... Wed Oct 03, 2007 Man's porn CDs prompted slaying, authorities say Wed Oct 03, 2007 Carroll takes a few shots at Harbaugh Wed Oct 03, 2007 Beckett dominates Angels Wed Oct 03, 2007 JIM, ANGELS LOSE GAME 1 : Beckett dominates Angels Wed Oct 03, 2007

Spector gets three weeks to find new lawyers Wed Oct 03, 2007 Fw: - That's Unholy! Crystal Cathedral Hit By Tagger Wed Oct 03, 2007 SIGNS OF JOB PROBLEMS Wed Oct 03, 2007 The HooK: NEWS- Nutty killer: Peanut policy perplexes parents Wed Oct 03, 2007 RE STEVE BARTMAN As Cubs Appear in Playoffs, One Fan Is Not to Be Found - New Yo... Wed Oct 03, 2007 In the Clouds, Sitting Watch Over Paradise - New York Times Wed Oct 03, 2007 TO STOP IEDS IN IRAQ THEY HAD TO JAM THE RADIO FREQUENCIES : 'If you don't go af... Wed Oct 03, 2007 Kim Makes Surprise Offer Wed Oct 03, 2007 Mayor maneuvers to get phone tax on Feb. 5 ballot Tue Oct 02, 2007 O.J. Simpson ordered to surrender Rolex, other assets to Goldman Tue Oct 02, 2007 BAD NEWS : Angels' Matthews left off playoff roster Tue Oct 02, 2007 YES, JUDGES ARE FALLIBLE : Riverside judge is removed from the bench Tue Oct 02, 2007 BEWARE OF WAMU : Consumer complaints about Washington Mutual Tue Oct 02, 2007 Class Action Suits Hit WaMu Tue Oct 02, 2007 Fw: School discipline tougher on African Americans Tue Oct 02, 2007 GO CUBS ! With Cubs in the playoffs, anything can happen Tue Oct 02, 2007 PRAY 4 RECONCILIATION BTW N & S KOREA ! Icy start to Korean summit by Kim Jong I... Tue Oct 02, 2007 REUNIFICATION OF N & S KOREA WOULD BE LIKE THE FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL : Icy sta... Tue Oct 02, 2007 Accuser says book by Justice Thomas includes 'smears' - On Deadline - USATODAY.c... Tue Oct 02, 2007 An Album That Costs What You Want It To - News - Readers' Comments - New York Ti... Tue Oct 02, 2007 The Ambivalent Bond With a Ball of Fur - New York Times Tue Oct 02, 2007 Killer hid in plain sight Tue Oct 02, 2007 Traverse City Record-Eagle - Treasure hunters loot state's past Tue Oct 02, 2007 Forest Service crew vehicle plunges off SoCal mountain road Tue Oct 02, 2007 Check All - Clear All 1800

Jury reaches decision on 8 of 9 counts vs. Isiah - NBA - Tue Oct 02, 2007 TOUGH LOSS FOR PADRES : Rockies rally past Padres in 13th, win wild card - Baseb... Tue Oct 02, 2007 PRAY FOR THE DIVISION BTW NORTH & SOUTH KOREA TO BE ABOLISHED :North, South Kore... Tue Oct 02, 2007 HISTORICAL MEETING, 2ND EVER, BETWWN NORTH & SOUTH KOREA : North, South Korean l... Tue Oct 02, 2007 ABOUT MITT ROMNEY : Campaign '08: The Making of Mitt Romney - Newsweek Politics ... Mon Oct 01, 2007 Questions abound on the way to Boston Mon Oct 01, 2007 CAN LACKEY BEAT THE SOX IN GAME 1 ?? No coming-out parties for Lackey Mon Oct 01, 2007 MCCAIN SAYS WE ARE A CHRISTIAN NATION ! CNN || Groups criticize McCain for calli... Mon Oct 01, 2007 SPEARS LOSES CUSTODY OF CHILDREN : Spears Ordered to Give Kids to Federline Mon Oct 01, 2007 TIGER CUBS recovering after attack by parents Mon Oct 01, 2007 Fw: School discipline tougher on African Americans Mon Oct 01, 2007 Wis. Hunter to Go on Trial for Murder - New York Times Mon Oct 01, 2007 ORDINARY PANAMA MAN TRIGGERED THE DEADLY TOOTHPASTE ALERT : The Everyman Who Exp... Mon Oct 01, 2007 Bush eyes 'surgical' strikes vs. Iran, sez mag Mon Oct 01, 2007 Michigan Government Shutdown Ends - New York Times Mon Oct 01, 2007 Britain still owns all, not just a piece, of The Rock Sun Sep 30, 2007 WOMAN GIVES BIRTH TO OWN GRANDCHILDREN Sun Sep 30, 2007 Brain-eating amoeba deaths<br> are up in U.S. this year Sun Sep 30, 2007 Ads the size of 3 football fields may greet you at LAX Sun Sep 30, 2007 The art of illusion Sun Sep 30, 2007 Brewer LAUSD analysis won't be too soon for some Sun Sep 30, 2007 Clearing up confusion at Venice canals Sun Sep 30, 2007 Altadena cemetery breathes new life into Hollywood legend Sun Sep 30, 2007 Weaver looks sharp in Angels loss Sun Sep 30, 2007

In the Land of the Lotus Eaters - New York Times Sun Sep 30, 2007 Phils Complete Comeback to Claim NL East - New York Times Sun Sep 30, 2007 DUKE PRESIDENT APOLOGIZES : Duke lacrosse players get presidential apology Sun Sep 30, 2007 Man Calls Feds About His Lost Cocaine Sun Sep 30, 2007 MAN STICKS RATTLENSNAKE IN MOUTH, ALMOST DIESMan Bitten After Putting Snake in M... Sun Sep 30, 2007 Bonds and Kent - again? Sun Sep 30, 2007 Man sentenced for son's death Sun Sep 30, 2007 DOWNSTATE FAMILY : Great Wolf Lodge is sued Sat Sep 29, 2007 The cruel reality of social bullying Sat Sep 29, 2007 WHEN YOUR KID BULLIES OTHERS : -- Presence of malice Sat Sep 29, 2007 - Grocer's fall called accident, REMAINS IN COMA Sat Sep 29, 2007 BOAT FLIPS ON LAKE MICH Sat Sep 29, 2007 KID SHOT IN BACK BY POLICE Sat Sep 29, 2007 TYLENOL TAMPERING UNSOLVED 25 YEARS LATER Sat Sep 29, 2007 Re car sleeper Sat Sep 29, 2007 Fw: BELLFLOWERS "DUTCH STORE" KOOPMANS FURNITURE IS CLOSING : Koopman's Furnit... Sat Sep 29, 2007 News: Ex-teacher pleads not guilty to sex with teen - Sat Sep 29, 2007 News: Teacher arrested on molestation charges - Sat Sep 29, 2007 Noose discovered in Hempstead police locker room Sat Sep 29, 2007 Woman hijacks plane, deserts FARC - Americas - Sat Sep 29, 2007 STEVE FOSSETT SEARCH CONTINUES L.B. Press-Telegram - Latest from the Associated ... Sat Sep 29, 2007 Press-Telegram - Sutherland may face a year in jail Sat Sep 29, 2007 Press-Telegram - $60M richer, thanks to a blue dot Sat Sep 29, 2007 Press-Telegram - What if Dodgers had turned to Scioscia? Sat Sep 29, 2007 Press-Telegram - Naked man who fought cop a parole officer Sat Sep 29, 2007 CUBS CLINCH THEIR DIVISION : Clincher just the start Sat Sep 29, 2007

A citizenship test that asks the right questions Sat Sep 29, 2007 Villaraigosa fires city transportation chief Sat Sep 29, 2007 Teammates banish goalie Solo Sat Sep 29, 2007 Man charged in Tom Cruise extortion plot found dead Sat Sep 29, 2007 LESS COMPETITION : GINGRICH IS OUT--Gingrich to sit out 2008 presidential race Sat Sep 29, 2007 Bill Clinton's bid to save the world Fri Sep 28, 2007 COP CAUGHT RED-HANDED ASSAULTING KID : L.A. cop resigns in wake of charges Fri Sep 28, 2007 Asian American pastors often minister across culture gap Fri Sep 28, 2007 Fw: OR GEORGE BUSH : WHAT'S TO STOP A DISGRUNTLED WHITE HOUSE EMPLOYEE FROM MAKI... Wed Sep 26, 2007 LAUSD teachers plan pay actions Tue Sep 25, 2007 School discipline tougher on African Americans Tue Sep 25, 2007 Randolph Is Hoping for Dugout of Gamers - New York Times Tue Sep 25, 2007 In Beach Enclave, Affluent Are Split Over Effluent - New York Times Tue Sep 25, 2007 People, bears in record number of U.S. West clashes - Yahoo! News Tue Sep 25, 2007 RE PHIL SPECTOR Tue Sep 25, 2007 FORMER POLICEMAN CONVICTED OF KILLING HIS WIFE Former Deputy Gets life in Prison... Tue Sep 25, 2007 "Die Hard" Director Sentenced to Prison | Southland and California News | KTLA T... Tue Sep 25, 2007 No body means no conviction of the McCanns, admits prosecutor - Times Online Tue Sep 25, 2007 172 MPH !!! MAN CAUGHT SPEEDING ! Tue Sep 25, 2007 Family's License Plates Deemed Offensive Tue Sep 25, 2007 The Seattle Times: Study: Fake acupuncture helps ease low-back pain Tue Sep 25, 2007 The Seattle Times: NBA Wire Notes | Ex-intern says sex with Marbury was consensu... Tue Sep 25, 2007 Clinton, Others Honor Little Rock 9 Tue Sep 25, 2007 CNN || Ahmadinejad speaks; outrage and controversy follow Mon Sep 24, 2007 Fw: LAUSD : L.A. school district revamps <br> its approach to discipline Mon Sep 24, 2007

Fw: Using power of positive thinking on the Angels Mon Sep 24, 2007 Fw: Photo Story: 'Interlochen is part of me' Mon Sep 24, 2007 Fw: ANOTHER BAD COP : Former Manhattan Beach cop indicted in Louisiana murder ca... Mon Sep 24, 2007 Fw: I HAD A GREAT WALK FROM TUNNEL PARK TO HOLLAND PIER... Mon Sep 24, 2007 SCIOSCIA WAS A DODGER CATCHER 4 MANY YEARS Commentary: The Angels <br>are all gr... Mon Sep 24, 2007 Sleeping on floor violates rights of County inmates Mon Sep 24, 2007 News: 'Stone Cold' enthusiasm | austin, wrestling, cold, stone, belt - OCRegiste... Mon Sep 24, 2007 MICHIGAN AS A STATE IS NOT DOING WELL AT ALL : The GOP gets gaudy in Michigan | ... Mon Sep 24, 2007 Her Taste in Art? Scary, Police Say - New York Times Mon Sep 24, 2007 Cash crisis threatens Downey hospital Mon Sep 24, 2007 Concurrent holy days unite Jews and Muslims Mon Sep 24, 2007 Fw: THE AIRMEN TOOK ADVANTAGE OF A "CHILD" , THE HERNANDEZ GIRL Mon Sep 24, 2007 3k Fw: WHAT DO YOU THINK ? : Excitement is depriving our children of happiness Mon Sep 24, 2007 Fw: GREAT KINDNESS STORY : - Anderson Cooper 360° Blog Mon Sep 24, 2007 Fw: Does the Bible have a place in public schools? Mon Sep 24, 2007 Fw: SAVE THE MOUNTAIN LIONS ! Mon Sep 24, 2007 3k CONCENTRATION CAMP SURVIVOR LIVED NEXT TO FORMER SS GUARD Sun-Times Mobile Editi... Sun Sep 23, 2007 REX HUMBARD HAD A CATHEDRAL TOO Sun Sep 23, 2007 FORGOTTEN TELEVANGELIST, REX HUMBARD, DIED Sun Sep 23, 2007 AMISH BOYS FEEL GUILTY Sun Sep 23, 2007 Ready to hang up on telephone bills? Sun Sep 23, 2007 Angels finally clinch the AL West title Sun Sep 23, 2007 The Official Site of The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: News: Los Angeles Angels... Sun Sep 23, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - McDonald's lengthy surge surprises experts Sun Sep 23, 2007 - Route 66 parade braves the rain Sun Sep 23, 2007

NYU freshman commits suicide, dies from 15-story jump Sun Sep 23, 2007 Meaningless make-up games show MLB's greed Sun Sep 23, 2007 Notre Dame hits new low with loss to Mich. St. - Notre Dame Central - Sun Sep 23, 2007 How museum fight got ugly Sun Sep 23, 2007 HOMELESS MAN GETS DOG BACK : Dog returned to 'speechless' Chicago panhandler Sun Sep 23, 2007 ADOPTIVE PARENTS WHO CONSIDER "RETURNING" THEIR ADOPTED CHILD : Choices of the h... Sun Sep 23, 2007 Fw: LEN SCHRADER DIED LAST NOVEMBER : Last of the great Hollywood outsiders - Ti... Sun Sep 23, 2007 THIS JOURNALIST THINKS THERE ARE MANY GAYS IN THE GOP : Fw: Pardon Poor Larry Cr... Sun Sep 23, 2007 Pardon Poor Larry Craig - New York Times Sun Sep 23, 2007 A SMALL SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH ADAPTS TO RACIAL DIVERSITY IN THE SOUTH : The Wo... Sun Sep 23, 2007 COLUMBIA SAYS THEY WOULD INDEED INVITE ADOLF HITLER TO SPEAK : 'A modern Hitler ... Sun Sep 23, 2007 SHOULD COLUMBIA U. INVITE THE PRESIDENT OF IRAN TO SPEAK ?'A modern Hitler honor... Sun Sep 23, 2007 Fw: COACH FOUND DEAD WITH BIBLE ON HIS LAP : Press-Telegram - Dodgers' Robinson ... Sun Sep 23, 2007 Fw: INTERESTING RE ONLINE EVANGELISM : Lead us not into cyber-temptation as miss... Sun Sep 23, 2007 Fw: Re: CORRECTION: PEOPLE DO CARE, BUT WE HAVE BEEN CONSTANTLY TORMENTED... Sun Sep 23, 2007 Fw: Re: C.S.LEWIS CAN STAY BUT SCHULLER, BARTH, NIEBUHR MUST GO...Prisons Purgin... Sun Sep 23, 2007 > News > Just Fix It -- Illegal U-turns make Rancho Bernardo ... Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: DUTCH FARMERS STILL COMING TO AMERICA : Discord on Dairies of Dutch Dreams Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: CASINOS IN GARDEN GROVE ?! Tribe proposes Vegas-style casino in Garden Grove Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: INCONCEIVABLE : ASTRONAUTS DRUNK IN SPACE Sat Sep 22, 2007

Fw: FOOD 4 THOUGHT : There's no place like home, these Christians say Sat Sep 22, 2007 CNN || Laser surgery in wrong hands can be dangerous Sat Sep 22, 2007 CNN || If you see it, you'll eat it, expert says Sat Sep 22, 2007 CNN || Firefighter settles lawsuit over dog food in spaghetti Sat Sep 22, 2007 ANOTHER NEW AREA CODE FOR OC : - 4th area code added to Orange County Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: I REMEMBER THE OLD COMISKEY : U.S. Cellular Field - Chicago White Sox Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: NOT THE ORIGINAL COMISKEY : U.S. Cellular Field - Chicago White Sox Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: REVELATORY RE JUDAISM : Judaism - Religion - Othodox Jews - Yeshiva day Scho... Sat Sep 22, 2007 Climbing the Adirondacks Sat Sep 22, 2007 U.S. collects personal details on travelers Sat Sep 22, 2007 NOTRE DAME IS WINLESS : Notre Dame hits 0-4 for first time ever Sat Sep 22, 2007 George Clooney Hurt in Motorcycle Crash Sat Sep 22, 2007 ANOTHER DEAD BLUE WHALE : Scientists plan to tow in carcass of 3rd blue whale Sat Sep 22, 2007 CAN U IMAGINE A CLASSROOM WITH SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS ? Students, teachers rally a... Sat Sep 22, 2007 News: Taser facts often lost | taser, tasers, officers, police, anaheim - OCRegi... Sat Sep 22, 2007 Britney could face jail time for hit-and-run - Celebrity News - Sat Sep 22, 2007 GIULANI TAKES CALL FR WIFE IN MIDDLE OF SPEECH : Just a Moment. It’s My Wife. ... Sat Sep 22, 2007 O.J. Plan Quickly Unraveled - New York Times Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: GREAT IDEÄ : Paris turns toward the two-wheeler - The Boston Globe Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: WE CAN'T STOP TERRORISM BY STOPPING TOURISTS : America's war on tourists: Ho... Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: POPE HAS GONE TOO FAR: Pope: Only one true church Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: - Dangers of Internet not just for young Sat Sep 22, 2007 HAPPY YOM KIPPUR ! DAY OF ATONEMENT Judaism 101: Yom Kippur Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: BARBARIC : Convicted Adulterer Stoned to Death Sat Sep 22, 2007 Fw: GUTSY : 105 Balloons Put Lawn Chair Pilot in Air Sat Sep 22, 2007

Fw: I'M NOT ANTI-WAR BUT I STILL RESPECT THIS : Peace marchers of the loneliest ... Sat Sep 22, 2007 The New York Times > Peter Luger Steak House Restaurant Review > New York City R... Sat Sep 22, 2007 Court apologizes to Simpson lawyers for camera-phone photo - Sat Sep 22, 2007 Former O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark on his Las Vegas case as entertainme... Fri Sep 21, 2007 Fw: MAYOR BETRAYED OUR TRUST : Mayor Villaraigosa defends relationship Fri Sep 21, 2007 Fw: AMERICAS BEST SWIMING HOLES : SWIMMINGHOLES.INFO skinny dipping hiking canoe... Fri Sep 21, 2007 Press-Telegram - Angels just one win from clinching Fri Sep 21, 2007 Press-Telegram - Blond hair, blue eyes are in short supply Fri Sep 21, 2007 Bountiful fish make fall classic Fri Sep 21, 2007 Giants to send Bonds packing Fri Sep 21, 2007 Campillo suspended four games for throwing at Angels' Guerrero Fri Sep 21, 2007 My Wonk Is Better Than Your Wonk Fri Sep 21, 2007 Fw: RE. Another wild ride billed to L.A. taxpayers Fri Sep 21, 2007 What's going on inside <br>the Hermosa sex shop? Thu Sep 20, 2007 Jena 6 protests in LA and La. Thu Sep 20, 2007 SENATOR SUES GOD Thu Sep 20, 2007 Norman Hsu Charged With Fraud in NY Thu Sep 20, 2007 Angels inch closer to AL West clincher Thu Sep 20, 2007 Landis found guilty of doping Thu Sep 20, 2007 A nightmarish end is expected for Paramount-DreamWorks marriage Thu Sep 20, 2007 Surfing the World Wide Couch - New York Times Thu Sep 20, 2007 Fw: Dan Patrick:Baseball, steroids and the truth Thu Sep 20, 2007 Fw: I DISAGREE. I THINK BONDS IS A CLASS ACT Thu Sep 20, 2007 3k Fw: WRITER SAYS: - Bonds' HR chase is a no-thrills ride Thu Sep 20, 2007 Castrated Man Gets 5 Years in Prison - Thu Sep 20, 2007

Boys, 9 and 11, Charged in Sex Assault - Thu Sep 20, 2007 Spector Judge to Withdraw Instruction - Thu Sep 20, 2007 JOHN KERRY ACTED LIKE A COWARD :Taking Sides in a Tasing - The Lede - Breaking N... Thu Sep 20, 2007 > News > Features -- Taste for trouble Thu Sep 20, 2007 San Diego Chargers -- Now real work to land Chargers begins Thu Sep 20, 2007 Fw: DON'T FEED THE BEARS: Please don't feed the local bears Thu Sep 20, 2007 Fw: UNBELIEVABLY CARELESS : LAPD instructor shoots colleague during training exe... Thu Sep 20, 2007 Fw: BUSH SAYS "NO WAY" : Bush Won't Supply Subpoenaed Documents Thu Sep 20, 2007 Fw: YES I AGREE WITH THIS : - D.A. Warns Parents About New Intera... Thu Sep 20, 2007 3k HIS ONLY CA BOOK SIGNING : CLINTON IS LOVED IN PASADENA : Bill Clinton-mania sur... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Traverse City Record-Eagle - Red Wings good in goal Wed Sep 19, 2007 Dan Rather files $70 million lawsuit against CBS Wed Sep 19, 2007 WHY DO I GET THE FEELING OJ WILL BEAT THE RAP AGAIN ? O.J. Simpson goes free on ... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Shooting a reminder of changing area's dangers Wed Sep 19, 2007 Angels inch closer to pennant Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: Re. BORA BORA: I WAS THERE IN '95--MUCH LESS DEVELOPED THEN: Bora Bora makes... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: THIS GUY DOESN'T KNOW FRUGAL : Matt Gross Answers Frequently Asked Questions... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: KEEPING PARIS IN JAIL COST US $1000 PER DAY : Paris Hilton Is Released From ... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: GOOD NEWS 4 FAITH BASED ORGANIZATIONS :Pasadena Star-News Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: WAR DOGS TO BE HONORED : Pasadena Star-News - `War dogs' may get overdue rec... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: NEW SUPERINTENDENT TAKING CHARGE ! : LAUSD seeks to weed out rudeness Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: PRAY FOR THIS TO WORK : LAUSD seeks to weed out rudeness Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: ITS ABOUT TIME : LAUSD seeks to weed out rudeness Wed Sep 19, 2007

Fw: USA BEATS MEXICO !! U.S. comes back to beat Mexico, win Gold Cup Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: FASCINATING GLIMPSE @ DICK CHENEY : 'A Different Understanding With the Pres... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: THE UNAPPRECIATED LIBRARIAN : The Modern Librarian: A Role Worth Checking Ou... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: MAJOR TEACHER SHORTAGE: Schools Pinched In Hiring Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: VATICAN ISSUES ROAD SINS WARNING: THOU SHALL NOT TAILGATE Wed Sep 19, 2007 Rabies feared after bats take over dorm - U.S. Life - Wed Sep 19, 2007 THIS TIME THEY DIDN'T ASK HIS PLEA : O.J. Simpson arraigned - Crime & Punishment... Wed Sep 19, 2007 2000 OJ SIMPSON ARRAIGNED : - Crime & Punishment - Wed Sep 19, 2007 O.J. Simpson arraigned - Crime & Punishment - Wed Sep 19, 2007 CNN || Sales soar for Simpson's 'If I Did It' Wed Sep 19, 2007 Forklift Removes 900-Pound Man From Home Wed Sep 19, 2007 O.J. to Begin Court Fight in Las Vegas Wed Sep 19, 2007 Two-Way Mirror, Cameras and Accusations of Spying - New York Times Wed Sep 19, 2007 Alumna Gives $128 Million to High School - New York Times Wed Sep 19, 2007 ABC News: The Man Who Could Put O.J. Away for Life Wed Sep 19, 2007 John Kerry says he tried to prevent a riot at Fla. event before police used Tase... Wed Sep 19, 2007 Fw: TRUE ? Self-effacing people are secretly confident - LiveScience - Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: Self-deprecation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: PEOPLE TODAY DON'T UNDERSTAND SELF-DEPRECATING HUMOR... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: TO HELL WITH THE PORNOGRAPHY & EROTICA EXPO Tue Sep 18, 2007 5k Fw: MICHIGAN MINISTRY HELPS PORN ADDICTS KICK THE HABIT Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: TO HELL WITH THE PORNOGRAPHY & EROTICA EXPO Tue Sep 18, 2007 5k Fw: JIM, HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE DEADLY 3RD RAIL ? Teen electrocuted crossing LIRR... Tue Sep 18, 2007

Dolan: I canned MSG exec for interfering Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH THIS "DEADLY THIRD RAIL" ? Tue Sep 18, 2007 6k Fw: WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH THIS "DEADLY THIRD RAIL" ? Tue Sep 18, 2007 6k Fw: WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH THIS "DEADLY THIRD RAIL" ? Tue Sep 18, 2007 6k Fw: HERE'S WHAT I'M WONDERING : Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: VANDERJAGT PASSES AWAY : - Vander Jagt, 75, led GOP election strategy Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: Lady Bird Johnson Hospitalized Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: STILL 4-0 PIRATES , TOP OF 4TH Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: MORE TROUBLE 4 TANK : Tank Johnson stopped by police in Arizona Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: BAY JUST HIT A 2 RUN HOMER 4 PIRATES Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: THE ENGELHARD FAMILY TOOK ADVANTAGE OF US Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: THE SHIFT FROM DOWN-TO-EARTH IN GR ... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: Jim YOU WORRY TOO MUCH ABOUT SOCIAL CLASS... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: Will Bloomberg make a run for it? Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: COUNTDOWN: 2 HOURS 32 MINUTES UNTIL SUMMER ! Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: SUMMER BEGINS TODAY AT 2:06 pm (est) Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: IS THIS THE LONGEST DAY OF THE YEAR? Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: MAJOR EAR ACHE ! Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: JIM, ITS 2 A.M. & I'm WIDE AWAKE WITH A SEVERE.... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: CITY OFFICIALS IN L.A. HAVE FOR TOO LONG... Tue Sep 18, 2007 3k Fw: ANY TRUE LEGAL MIND WOULD EXPERIENCE DISSONANCE... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: ROCKY DELGADILLO INVITED TROUBLE 4 HIMSELF .... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: ...OVERLOOKED OR JUSTIFIED IN A VENGEFUL MANNER. Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: IRONICALLY, THERE IS A LOT OF PREJUDICE BY "DARK"... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: NOW IF I GOT ANOTHER DOG IT WOULD PROBABLY BE A GOLDEN... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: A GREATER TRAGEDY IS WHEN "BLONDES" ... Tue Sep 18, 2007 Fw: WHAT SOME PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE... Tue Sep 18, 2007 3k

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News: Family's tragedy brings back fireworks issue | fireworks, matua, house, fa... Mon Sep 17, 2007 News: Tom Frost of Rancho Santa Margarita has sought to honor the memory of daug... Mon Sep 17, 2007 WARREN BUFFET LIVES IN AN UNGATED HOME Sun-Times Mobile Edition Mon Sep 17, 2007 6 Y.O. GIRL ASSAULTED & HANGED Mon Sep 17, 2007 RAPE CASE Mon Sep 17, 2007 COP SEEKS DAUGHTER'S KILLER Mon Sep 17, 2007 Isiah: I wouldn't use slurs against women Mon Sep 17, 2007 Public to decide fate of Bonds' record-breaking ball Mon Sep 17, 2007 Got Crocs? Be Careful on the Escalator Mon Sep 17, 2007 GATOR BITES ARM OFF MAN, MAN STUMBLES INTO PICNIC GROUP : Gator Bites Off Man's ... Mon Sep 17, 2007 O.J. Simpson bail hearing set for Wednesday Mon Sep 17, 2007 Christian Polyamory vs Polygamy Mon Sep 17, 2007 Fw: OC TEACHER DIES 1 WEEK BEFORE RETIREMENT PART : Article - News - Teacher was... Mon Sep 17, 2007 Fw: BILLY GRAHAM'S WIFE DIES : Latest from the Associated Press Mon Sep 17, 2007 Fw: TOOTHPASTE CAUTION : Fw: MS USA Trading, Inc. Recalls "Colgate Toothpaste" B... Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: SO PRAY 4 JASMINE. NOT THE RIGHT TIME FOR RACIAL POLITICS Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: FOR EXAMPLE, WHEN I SHOWED UP FOR THE BURIAL AT 9:00... Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: TRUTH BE TOLD, I DID NOT RECEIVE GREAT TREATMENT.... Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: & LETS BEHONEST. NOBODY EXCEPT THE OWNER REALLY WANTS TO VIEW A DEAD DOG Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: THAT'S WHY NOBODY WAS PHYSICALLY INVITED TO THE FUNERAL Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: LOLA WAS NOT A "SHARED" DOG. NOT A FAMILY DOG. Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: JUST LIKE I DON'T KNOW YOUR RABBITS/.. Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: JIM, YOU DIDN'T REALLY KNOW LOLA Sun Sep 16, 2007 Fw: I'm DISAPPOINTED WITH JIM ... Sun Sep 16, 2007


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Fw: LOTS OF LATINOS IN SANTA ANA : Message to Santa Ana: For a Better Job, Learn... Mon Sep 10, 2007 Latest News | Top Stories | News Articles Mon Sep 10, 2007 In Polygamy Country, Old Divisions Are Fading - New York Times Mon Sep 10, 2007 Sting Charges Against Craig Harsher Than Some - New York Times Mon Sep 10, 2007 C.S.LEWIS CAN STAY BUT SCHULLER, BARTH, NIEBUHR MUST GO...Prisons Purging Books ... Mon Sep 10, 2007 SCHULLERS BOOKS, AMONG OTHERS, ORDERED 2 B TAKEN OUT OF PRISON LIBRARIES : Priso... Mon Sep 10, 2007 Killings on the Campaign Trail Mon Sep 10, 2007 FEMA to Let Katrina Victims Move From Trailers Into Hotels Mon Sep 10, 2007 A Night in Jail for Serving a Salty Burger Mon Sep 10, 2007 Fw: Re: ch. 28. Huell Houser just did a nice piece on your pet cemetary Sun Sep 09, 2007 Federer beats Djokovic, wins fourth straight U.S. Open Sun Sep 09, 2007 Pope urges rediscovery of Christianity Sun Sep 09, 2007 FEMALE PASTOR NOW MALE : Transgender pastor's new test of faith Sun Sep 09, 2007 Lawyer for the dog - The Boston Globe Sun Sep 09, 2007 Fw: THE CICADAS 17 YEAR CYCLE HAS ARRIVED ! Cicadas' arrival not on the nose Sun Sep 09, 2007 Fw: SAYING GOODBYE TO JERRY FALWELL : Religious and Political Icons Join Thousan... Sun Sep 09, 2007 Fw: ANGELS SWEEP DODGERS IN FREEWAY SERIES ! Sun Sep 09, 2007 Fw: APPARENTLY BELLFLOWER HAD SAME SELF-STORAGE FATE : Pasadena residents draw a... Sun Sep 09, 2007 Fw: MY LETTER IS IN RESPONSE TO THIS ARTICLE: Tale of last 90 minutes of woman's... Sun Sep 09, 2007 Why Facebook went west - The Boston Globe Sun Sep 09, 2007 INTERESTING RE SIGMUND FREUD : Relgion and Faith - Sigmund Freud - Atheism - New... Sun Sep 09, 2007 Relgion and Faith - Sigmund Freud - Atheism - New York Times Sun Sep 09, 2007 As Prostitutes Turn to Craigslist, Law Takes Notice - New York Times Sun Sep 09, 2007 ALFRED STEELE RESIGNS UNDER PRESSURE : Lawmakers Accused in Bribery Sting Poised... Sun Sep 09, 2007

Five-Star Wilderness - New York Times Sun Sep 09, 2007 Boys Cast Out by Polygamists Find Help - New York Times Sun Sep 09, 2007 Rodriguez’s 50th and 51st Sustain the Yankees - New York Times Sun Sep 09, 2007 ! FRED THOMPSON PROVIDED LEGAL ADVICE TO LIBYA AFTER 1988 PAN-AM BOMBING THAT KI... Sun Sep 09, 2007 Teens Riding in Truck Bed Killed in Crash Sun Sep 09, 2007 MAN POSED AS FIREFIGHTER : Man Who Acted Like Firefighter Is Charged Sun Sep 09, 2007 Fw: 'Rosary Bowl' seeks to revive a once-vibrant tradition Sun Sep 09, 2007 Fw: A MOTHER TAKES BULLYING PUNISHMENT INTO HER OWN HANDS : Girl receives harsh ... Sun Sep 09, 2007 Fw: LONG BEACH GAL SUMMITS EVEREST : SoCal girl youngest foreigner to reach top ... Sun Sep 09, 2007 Man Who Acted Like Firefighter Is Charged Sun Sep 09, 2007 - Ducks roll as Wolverines suffer worst loss since '68 - NCAA College Football R... Sat Sep 08, 2007 PROSECUTOR FIRED AFTER SEX WITH JUDGE IN COURTHOUSE Sat Sep 08, 2007 The Seattle Times: Lincoln's clothes stored during Ford Theatre renovation Sat Sep 08, 2007 RE MISSING GIRL IN PORTUGAL Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: AMEN ! Re THE ARTICLE ABOUT THE "WHITE TEACHER" Sat Sep 08, 2007 7k Fw: I NEVER REALIZED MAMMOGRAMS ARE PAINFUL : Why Women Avoid Mammograms (6 Lett... Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: THESE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES DON'T TELL ALL ? For ’08 Résumés, Don’... Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: THESE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES DON'T ADVERTISE THEIR SHORTCOMINGS : For ’08... Sat Sep 08, 2007 News: Earthquake smashes windows at City Hall | earthquake, sunday, building, la... Sat Sep 08, 2007 SHERIFF IMPOSTERS IN GARDEN GROVE : News: Sheriff's impostors try to strike agai... Sat Sep 08, 2007 Press-Telegram - Exposure case closing gets heated Sat Sep 08, 2007 LA Daily News - Longer school days not answer for kids Sat Sep 08, 2007 LA Daily News - LAUSD needs a breather Sat Sep 08, 2007

Fw: THESE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES DON'T ADVERTISE THEIR SHORTCOMINGS : For ’08... Sat Sep 08, 2007 STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE : Did aviator fall prey to devil winds? Sat Sep 08, 2007 Faith found, artifacts lost Sat Sep 08, 2007 Report: Former Angel Glaus linked to doping Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: YOU MAY HAVE A BAD WASHING MACHINE : GE Recalls 2.5 Million Dishwashers Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: RACIAL ANGER DOES TAKE A TOLL ON OUR MORALE : Whites not immune to racial ho... Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: THIS ARTICLE ATTESTS TO WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT ! Whites not immune to racial... Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: Moral Majority founder Falwell dies - U.S. Life - Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: AND I AGREE WITH YOU, BILLIE : - We've forgotten how to fight back Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: BILLIE , I AGREE. HERE'S WHAT I WROTE TO LA TIMES ABOUT LACK OF AGGRESSION T... Sat Sep 08, 2007 6k Fw: New charges face pastor in spanking Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: EVEN SOME CHURCHES HAVE ACCEPTED CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DRUG COMPANIES : Psychia... Sat Sep 08, 2007 They're Big, but Not Yet Stars Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: SHIRLEY, I'M PRAYING RE THE YORBA FIRE ! Yorba Linda fire 60% contained Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: ANOTHER A-HOLE COP : -- Florida deputy suspended after rough arrest of woman... Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: -- Death toll from Greensburg, Kan., twister hits 10 as residents return to ... Sat Sep 08, 2007 WILLIAMS SISTERS FALL : PRACTICE BEATS TALENT WHEN TALENT DOESN'T PRACTICE : Sal... Sat Sep 08, 2007 RTÉ News: Madeleine's parents declared suspects Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: CLEMENS UN-RETIRES AGAIN -- Clemens rejoins Yankees Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: UNFAIR TO ANGELENOS : Angelenos told to keep their paws off dog park Sat Sep 08, 2007 Fw: STRANGELY, SHE DID HAVE A B.A. : M.I.T. Dean Who Resigned Has a Degree After... Sat Sep 08, 2007 College QB charged with murder of pro surfer - College football - Fri Sep 07, 2007 123 teaching positions slashed from new <br>$6.2 billion LAUSD budget Fri Sep 07, 2007

Dad knew that 'we were at the mercy of the ocean' Fri Sep 07, 2007 Future principals study core principles Fri Sep 07, 2007 Republican Schwarzenegger, GOP don't get along Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: RESURGENCE OF FAITH & SPIRITUALITY ON CAMPUSES : Matters of Faith Find a New... Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: MORBID HOUSE TOUR : COUPLE FINDS DEAD BODY DURING HOME-BUYING INSPECTION Fri Sep 07, 2007 Duke lacrosse prosecutor reports to jail Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: SHE SAYS AGE DOESN'T MATTER : 95 YEAR-OLD GRADUATES FROM COLLEGE Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: AS I WAS SAYING RE COACHELLA MUSIC FESTIVAL : -- Hot, sweaty, happy fete Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: HOW DID HE GET A TRUCK DRIVER LICENSE ? Driver in Bay Area highway collapse ... Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: KID SUSPENDED FOR PEEING IN A BOTTLE @ SCHOOL : Daily Breeze - Associated Pr... Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: I WALK MY DOG WHERE THE ALLIGATOR LIVES : Reggie, where were you? Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: THE NEW FAD: BIKES WITHOUT BRAKES: Unstoppable - New York Times Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: YOU TRICKED US, STEVE : Hoping for a free meal? Fat chance Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: THEY ARE THE NATIONAL CHAMPS ! El Camino quiz kids win again Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: WHY DOES THIS LAUSD SCHOOL DO SO GOOD?? El Camino quiz kids win again Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: DID I MISS SOMETHING : A hike into horror and an act of courage Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: MIKE PENNER SAYS HE'S A WOMAN : Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: CRAZY IF TRUE : Student, 14, says teacher made him urinate in a bottle Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: LAUSD SCHOOLS WIN THE NATIONAL ACADEMIC DECATHALON MORE THAN ANY OTHER SCHOO... Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: MODERN DAY WOODSTOCK? I DON'T THINK SO. Fri Sep 07, 2007 CNN || Rescuers find woman, 76, given up for dead Fri Sep 07, 2007 CNN || Rescuers find woman, 76, given up for dead Fri Sep 07, 2007 Youth Suicides Increased As Antidepressant Use Fell Fri Sep 07, 2007

PSYCHOTROPICS NOT SAME AS ANTIDEPRESSANTS : Youth Suicides Increased As Antidepr... Fri Sep 07, 2007 Police Officer Indicted in Death of Homeless Man in N.Y. Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: LOTS OF SEX OFFENDERS IN GARDEN GROVE : Article - News - Sex offenders movin... Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: CHRISTIAN SOCCER : Play hard, pray hard Fri Sep 07, 2007 Fw: DOW JONES CLOSED ABOVE 13,000 FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER ! Fri Sep 07, 2007 Spaziani's focus is on Bible study - The Boston Globe Fri Sep 07, 2007 Separating the law from the lewd - The Boston Globe Fri Sep 07, 2007 CORRECTED Fw: ELLEN, I AGREE THAT THE SENATOR CRAIG MATTER IS A FIASCO Fri Sep 07, 2007 7k DEMOCRATIC DONOR ARRESTED IN COLORADO Thu Sep 06, 2007 It's a role reversal for Appalachian State Thu Sep 06, 2007 Phil Jackson's going in ... and on way out? Thu Sep 06, 2007 Bin Laden plans new video in advance of Sept. 11 anniversary Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: LAKE MICHIGAN CHUB POP. WAY DOWN Thu Sep 06, 2007 BIG INCREASE IN SUICIDE FOR YOUNG GIRLS : CDC: Suicide Rate Among U.S. Girls Soa... Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: PASADENA POLICE MESS UP AGAIN: Family sues city, police officer Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: LOTS OF SICKO/WIERDOS: The Seattle Times: Woman who posed as boy is charged Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: THE KILLER WAS COLD-BLOODED: Students Recount Desperate Minutes Inside Norri... Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: The divine has a place on the road to recovery Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: FASCINATING STORY RE ANSEL ADAMS: He is glass-plate positive Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: TOUGH CRITCISM OF LAUSD : Brewer promises reforms after critical LAUSD revie... Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: BUSH WAS IN GRAND RAPIDS > News > Nation -- Bush: The di... Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: TOUGH BEAUTY QUEEN -- Armed with snub-nosed .38, Miss America 1944 stops int... Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: KINDNESS @ OCC : Article - News - OCC holds convocation for Va. Tech tragedy Thu Sep 06, 2007

Fw: CAN GONZALEZ SURVIVE? Gonzales takes fire from GOP and Dems on Senate panel Thu Sep 06, 2007 Woman, 18, Dies in Fight With College Roommate - New York Times Thu Sep 06, 2007 Thompson a Target at G.O.P. Debate - New York Times Thu Sep 06, 2007 My, My, Little Pony Thu Sep 06, 2007 In Error, B-52 Flew Over U.S. With Nuclear-Armed Missiles Thu Sep 06, 2007 STUDY FINDS MEN R ATTRACTED TO ATTRACTIVENESS Thu Sep 06, 2007 McCAIN CALLS KID A "LITTLE JERK" Thu Sep 06, 2007 PASTOR KILLED BY SUV Thu Sep 06, 2007 FEDERER BEATS RODDICK Thu Sep 06, 2007 POPCORN WARNING : Consumer's lung illness is linked to popcorn Thu Sep 06, 2007 Check All - Clear All 2400 Attendance to fall as costs rise in L.A. schools Thu Sep 06, 2007 Are we stereotyping adults with our labels? Thu Sep 06, 2007 CNN || Tenor Luciano Pavarotti dead at 71 Thu Sep 06, 2007 CAN THOMPSON OVERCOME THE "LAZY" RAP : Fred Thompson announces candidacy for pre... Thu Sep 06, 2007 NEW COMPETITION : Fred Thompson announces candidacy for president Thu Sep 06, 2007 Fw: MORE SENSELESS DEATH : N.C. Student Makes Threats, Shoots Self Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT : As campus grieves, 'monster' revealed Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: VERY SAD : Gentle souls, violent deaths Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: MY 2 PROFESSIONS,CLERGY & EDUCATION, ARE CONSIDERED VERY SATISFYING JOBS Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: DOING 91 MPH & NO SEATBELT ON? Corzine's SUV went 91 mph, police say Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: Body of American found in Philippines - Nation / World - NY Daily News Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: DO FILIPINOS SPEAK SPANISH ALSO? Wed Sep 05, 2007 ANOTHER RANDOM ACT OF SENSELESS VIOLENCE : Erratic man spoke of cooling off fish... Wed Sep 05, 2007 'Honey, I've got a crazy idea' Wed Sep 05, 2007 Dominionism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wed Sep 05, 2007

SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT JAMES KENNEDY. I AGREE WITH DOMINIONISM (SEE LINK) Wed Sep 05, 2007 Venus Williams beats Jankovic to reach U.S. Open semifinals; Henin next Wed Sep 05, 2007 Riley 'devastated' by Shaq's divorce filing Wed Sep 05, 2007 What goes in -- and stays out -- of O.C.'s Great Park? Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: SOUTH KOREANS: Korean community in L.A. reacts to Va. Tech shooting Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: A LOVELY CAMPUS : Virginia Tech shootings kill at least 31 - Alexandria Time... Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: LUISA, THERE'S BEEN A MAJOR TRAGEDY HERE IN THE USA ! Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: VIRGINIA TECH NEWSPAPER ONLINE: Collegiate Times: Breaking News Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: TAX DEADLINE EXTENDED 1 DAY DUE TO WASH. D.C. HOLIDAY : Tax filers can breat... Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE JEB BUSH AS A RUNNING MATE : Clift: Why Evangelicals Wa... Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: 10 myths about school shootings - Crime & Punishment - Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: Re After Duke Prosecution Began to Collapse, Demonizing Continued - New York... Wed Sep 05, 2007 5k Fw: CLEARLY PREJUDICE TOWARDS "WHITE BOYS" : After Duke Prosecution Began to Col... Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: RE JACKIE ROBINSON: MLB Celebrates Jackie Robinson's Debut - New York Times Wed Sep 05, 2007 Fw: ANY INFORMATION ON THE HISTORY OF PASTORAL CARE... Wed Sep 05, 2007 No More Privies, So Hikers Add a Carry-Along - New York Times Wed Sep 05, 2007 Florida Sheriff Set to Admit Guilt in a Corruption Case - New York Times Wed Sep 05, 2007 Dead Certain: The Presidency of George W. Bush - George W. Bush - Robert Draper ... Wed Sep 05, 2007 Colleagues Back Lawyer Detained in Dispute With Judge Wed Sep 05, 2007 One Last Swig of the Good Times At 'the Share' Wed Sep 05, 2007 Teen Charged With Raping, Killing Sister in Spotsylvania Wed Sep 05, 2007 Bin Laden Family Business Denies Liability for 9/11 Wed Sep 05, 2007 Las Vegas SUN: Crazy Horse Too owner's millions eluding the feds Wed Sep 05, 2007

Las Vegas SUN: Bail bonds joints aplenty, waiting for yuppies to belly up Wed Sep 05, 2007 Las Vegas SUN: BURNING MAN SEES GREEN Wed Sep 05, 2007 DID 20/20 DISPARAGE SCHULLER IN THIS EXPOSE AS WELL ? Pastor is taking ABC TV <b... Tue Sep 04, 2007 WEALTHY L.A. PASTOR IS SUING ABC : Pastor is taking ABC TV <br>to court over his... Tue Sep 04, 2007 Divided agency guides L.A. growth Tue Sep 04, 2007 Larry Craig's lesson for New Jersey and 48 other states - NJVoices: Steven Golds... Tue Sep 04, 2007 Jerry Lewis Drops F-Bomb During Telethon - Tue Sep 04, 2007 - Search on as record-breaking pilot Fossett's plane goes missing Tue Sep 04, 2007 JS Online: Truck driver takes on city over years of parking tickets Tue Sep 04, 2007 JS Online: A slice of heaven Tue Sep 04, 2007 In New Prayer Book, Signs of Broad Change - New York Times Tue Sep 04, 2007 Why Did the Yankees Let Clemens Pitch? - Bats - Baseball - New York Times Blog Tue Sep 04, 2007 Labor Day Was No Holiday for Candidates Tue Sep 04, 2007 - Lincoln, Nebraska - Living - Gz - Music Mon Sep 03, 2007 GRAND RAPIDS MAN DIES AT CAR WASH Mon Sep 03, 2007 Hypersonic BOMBS, 4500 MPH Mon Sep 03, 2007 MICHIGAN HAS MORE LIGHTHOUSES THAN ANY OTHER STATE : Lifestyle & Entertainment Mon Sep 03, 2007 Even with boom, young people still leave Mon Sep 03, 2007 Summer of Love bands and fans jam in Golden Gate Park Mon Sep 03, 2007 CAMERA STUCK IN MINE SHAFT Mon Sep 03, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Mon Sep 03, 2007 PSYCHIATRY & RELIGION Mon Sep 03, 2007 ANGELS R POUNDING THE Ã チ'S ON LABOR DAY 2007 ! NOW 6-0 Mon Sep 03, 2007 SF man is tied to 911 pranks Mon Sep 03, 2007 MICKELSON BEATS TIGER Mon Sep 03, 2007 Dog paddling Mon Sep 03, 2007

Southland is still cooking; 23,000 lose power Mon Sep 03, 2007 News: Bus brakes for dogs | brixen, bus, beach, old, owner - Mon Sep 03, 2007 News: Through a national magazine, a Laguna Woods woman finds the courage to go ... Mon Sep 03, 2007 Springsteen just another guy at Hampton Classic Mon Sep 03, 2007 CNN || Girl, 10, spent night in mine shaft with sister's body Mon Sep 03, 2007 IS FRED THOMPSON FOR REAL ? Is Fred Thompson Made of Presidential Material? - Ne... Mon Sep 03, 2007 Going to Xtremes in Michigan Mon Sep 03, 2007 BUSH MAKES SURPRISE VISIT TO IRAQ : Bush, Rice and Gates make surprise trip to I... Mon Sep 03, 2007 COLLEGE DROPOUT MOTHER OF 6 GAINS BLOG FAME : Fans, offers pour in as mom of 6 m... Mon Sep 03, 2007 An angel by his side - The Boston Globe Mon Sep 03, 2007 Back From Behind Bars Mon Sep 03, 2007 The Frugal Road Trip - New York Times Mon Sep 03, 2007 Williams Sisters Shopping for Semifinal Match - New York Times Mon Sep 03, 2007 School Year’s About to Start, and So, Too, Is a Big Change - New York Times Mon Sep 03, 2007 Upset in the Books, Focus Now Shifts to a Coach’s Future - New York Times Mon Sep 03, 2007 Tradition of Quiet Labor Day Weekend to Continue Mon Sep 03, 2007 Plane Carrying 4 U.S. Lawmakers Is Fired On in Iraq Mon Sep 03, 2007 Transformed By Her Bond With Bush Mon Sep 03, 2007 Mediator rules dogs 'potentially dangerous' Sun Sep 02, 2007 JPL scientists sue to block security checks for staff Sun Sep 02, 2007 The voters no one can take for granted Sun Sep 02, 2007 13-year-old girl found dead in Arizona mine shaft Sun Sep 02, 2007 Ah, the wisdom of youth — about parents Sun Sep 02, 2007 Public beach remains a private playground Sun Sep 02, 2007 Cop makes sure cell-phone ban has teeth Sun Sep 02, 2007 WHITE YOUTH HAPPY Sun Sep 02, 2007

HAIRY FACE CONTEST Sun Sep 02, 2007 Airplanes and Airlines - Air Travel - Airports - Planes - Flying - Holidays - Su... Sun Sep 02, 2007 WHEN FIGHTING CRIMES REQUIRES ENTICING CRIME : ENTRAPMENT ? Sun Sep 02, 2007 RE ENTRAPMENT DEFENSE : Larry E. Craig - New York Times Sun Sep 02, 2007 Washington - Politics - Senate - House of Representatives - Rumors - Secrets - N... Sun Sep 02, 2007 Lawmakers Describe 'Being Slimed in the Green Zone' Sun Sep 02, 2007 Fw: WHY DON'T PEOPLE LIKE CALIFORNIANS? Sun-Times Mobile Edition Sun Sep 02, 2007 WHAT IT SAYS ON LOLÃ チ S MEMORIAL STONE : Sat Sep 01, 2007 MIGHTY MICHIGAN LOSES TO UNKNOWN APPALACHIAN STATE : No. 5 Michigan stunned by A... Sat Sep 01, 2007 Red Sox rookie notches no-no in just 2nd start - Baseball - Sat Sep 01, 2007 Competing claims about Facebook - The Boston Globe Sat Sep 01, 2007 Emerson makes restrooms gender-neutral - The Boston Globe Sat Sep 01, 2007 Charges Change Focus on Televangelist Sat Sep 01, 2007 THE DISGRACED PROSECUTOR,NIFONG, GETS JAIL TIME :Nifong gets jail time Sat Sep 01, 2007 ABC News: Game, Set...Fix? Tennis Confronts Scandal Sat Sep 01, 2007 - Craig Faces Tough Task If He Wants To Reverse Plea Sat Sep 01, 2007 A Grand Juror's Story Sat Sep 01, 2007 ALBERT ALSCHULER RE PROBLEMS OF PLEA BARGAINING : frontline: the plea: interview... Sat Sep 01, 2007 CANDID DISCUSSION OF PLEA BARGAINING : frontline: the plea: interviews: albert a... Sat Sep 01, 2007 L.A. power outage reported amid continuing heat wave Sat Sep 01, 2007 Donor surrenders as Clinton camp ponders Sat Sep 01, 2007 Off-the-field squeeze play could pressure Angels' Moreno on housing Sat Sep 01, 2007 Craig says he'll quit Senate Sat Sep 01, 2007 They Sniff at Danger Sat Sep 01, 2007 Bush Apologizes to Wiccan Soldier's Widow for Meeting Slip-Up Sat Sep 01, 2007

Valedictorian sues over "Jesus" speech Fri Aug 31, 2007 STUDENT WHO MENTIONED JESUS AT GRADUATION WILL NOT RECEIVE DIPLOMA : Denver Post... Fri Aug 31, 2007 OC pastors deny charges Fri Aug 31, 2007 Injury to sideline Beckham <br>6 weeks, maybe the season Fri Aug 31, 2007 Murder at the Culver City armory Fri Aug 31, 2007 PEET WAS A DUTCHMAN : Alfred Peet, 87; coffee brewer's Berkeley shop spawned a n... Fri Aug 31, 2007 Lawyer Gets 12 Years for Killing Suspect Fri Aug 31, 2007 Nifong Takes Stand at Contempt Hearing Fri Aug 31, 2007 SPEAKING OF SPIDERWEBS : Got Arachnophobia? Here’s Your Worst Nightmare - New ... Fri Aug 31, 2007 NY TIMES TALKS ABOUT LELAND MICHIGAN : A Lower Peninsula Spot Draws a Wider Crow... Fri Aug 31, 2007 White House wraps up a retirement package for Rove - Times Online Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: ALMOST 20% OF THE TEST BATCH DIED ! Feds Tests of Suspect Pet Food Kills 7 -... Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: CRISIS LEVELS : Feds Tests of Suspect Pet Food Kills 7 - New York Times Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: Re Boston Crime : 'An angel in disguise': When a child is lost to violence o... Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: TRAGEDY RETOLD: Immigrants' journey took a deadly turn Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: GOOD TEACHER TREATED WRONG: Redondo Beach parents protest dismissal of teach... Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: Re Monique Wilson, Its Called "Non-Reelection Without Cause" Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: DRY L.A.: L.A. facing its driest year ever Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: BUSH MUST PARDON LIBBY : Analysis: Verdict puts focus on Cheney - Yahoo! New... Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: DON'T HEAR THE WORD "REFORM" VERY OFTEN: LA Daily News - Save our schools Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: INJUSTICË :Redondo Beach parents rally against teacher's dismissal Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: OUTRAGEOUS :Teens' arrest in sign protest roils Glendora Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: THE WAY IT IS : - Mayor urges more accountability for school district Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: Why Does James Cameron Keep Producing Junk? Fri Aug 31, 2007

Fw: TITANICALLY OUTRAGEOUS ! Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: VERY DUMB: On Oahu, stupid is as stupid does Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: WHEN WOMEN HARRASS MEN ! Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: SHOCKING : This strip club makes the city see red Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: CONFOUNDING: Told to wait, a Marine dies - The Boston Globe Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: Box-office gold won't buy Oscar Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: Full Explanation of "Call Me Crazy" in the Sunday Message... Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: What a College Education Buys - Christopher Caldwell - New York Times Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: ANYTHINGS POSSIBLË : NASA has plan in case an astronaut becomes psychotic i... Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: There would be no date festival without the dates Fri Aug 31, 2007 Fw: Ostriches give riders unpredictable ride at Date Fest Fri Aug 31, 2007 A heart for Uganda Thu Aug 30, 2007 LAUSD, mayor of L.A. hail school alliance Thu Aug 30, 2007 Idaho sees red over Craig Thu Aug 30, 2007 Texas governor calls off execution Thu Aug 30, 2007 Angels can make themselves at home Thu Aug 30, 2007 WHAT A REVERSAL OF FORTUNE : Duke Lacrosse Prosecutor Pleads Innocent Thu Aug 30, 2007 Clinton Donor Under a Cloud in Fraud Case - New York Times Thu Aug 30, 2007 Helmsley dog gets $12 million Wed Aug 29, 2007 After drills are done, they sing Wed Aug 29, 2007 Stage 1 power emergency declared Wed Aug 29, 2007 Former security guard Richard Jewell dies Wed Aug 29, 2007 Spector trial goes for all or nothing Wed Aug 29, 2007 Power couple sues private patrol service Wed Aug 29, 2007 A Strange Way to Woo Religious Voters Wed Aug 29, 2007 Paper by Cho Exhibits Disturbing Parallels to Shootings, Sources Say Wed Aug 29, 2007 The Denver Post - Norway tries civility to turn inmates Wed Aug 29, 2007

Why men who chase after younger women are just obeying natural selection - Times... Wed Aug 29, 2007 Trapped Miners Ate Coal, Drank Urine Wed Aug 29, 2007 RE The SENATOR FROM IDAHO Wed Aug 29, 2007 Press-Telegram - Stolpe case jury selection to begin Tue Aug 28, 2007 Yorba Linda is top earning U.S. city Tue Aug 28, 2007 POSER BURGLAR Tue Aug 28, 2007 RE OWEN WILSON Tue Aug 28, 2007 Cell phone calls disrupting state's 911 system Tue Aug 28, 2007 Dot-com names get dottier Tue Aug 28, 2007 Bids to start for Bonds' Nos. 755, 756 Tue Aug 28, 2007 I SAW THIS ACTOR A FEW TIMES AROUND TOWN : Police logs confirm attempted suicide... Tue Aug 28, 2007 Man drives with body hanging out of the back of his car Tue Aug 28, 2007 Former astronaut Lisa Nowak will claim temporary insanity Tue Aug 28, 2007 BOSTON GLOBE RE JAMES PUTNEY : I DID CPE WITH HIM AT UCLA MED CTR : Mentor, spir... Tue Aug 28, 2007 BOSTON GLOBE RE JAMES PUTNEY : Rev. James Putney, mentor, spiritual caregiver to... Tue Aug 28, 2007 Homeless Man Held in Burglary of Dodd’s Office - New York Times Tue Aug 28, 2007 Tourist in Russia Stumbles Into a Legal Predicament - New York Times Tue Aug 28, 2007 In Greece, Wine Saves Life; a Mother’s Arms Do Not - New York Times Tue Aug 28, 2007 Nonprofit Payday Loans? Yes, to Mixed Reviews - New York Times Tue Aug 28, 2007 GOP Senator Pleaded Guilty After Restroom Arrest Tue Aug 28, 2007 OFFICER KILLED WHILE ESCORTING PRESIDENT Mon Aug 27, 2007 Actor Owen Wilson a suicide try? Mon Aug 27, 2007 There's a dog in this hunt Mon Aug 27, 2007 Key defense lawyer quits Spector trial Mon Aug 27, 2007 Fire crews fight to save Olympia Mon Aug 27, 2007 CNN || Vick: 'I need to grow up' Mon Aug 27, 2007

For Die-Hard Mets Fan, a 1,200-Mile Commute - New York Times Mon Aug 27, 2007 THE PROBLEM OF "GEDOGEN" IN NETHERLANDS: The End of Tolerance in Amsterdam New... Mon Aug 27, 2007 Russia - Communism - Beatles - Music - New York Times Mon Aug 27, 2007 SCHOOLS R DESPERATE 4 GOOD TEACHERS : With Turnover High, Schools Fight for Teac... Mon Aug 27, 2007 A Colorful Nickname Often Leads to a Criminal's Capture Mon Aug 27, 2007 THE VIRG TECH SHOOTER HAD SELECTIVE MUTISM : Unknown to Va. Tech, Cho Had a Diso... Mon Aug 27, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Slaying of grandmother brings small gang to light Sun Aug 26, 2007 OJ SIMPSON BOOK 2 B PUBLISHED AFTERALL Sun Aug 26, 2007 Check All - Clear All 2600 Waterspout - Orange County California Sun Aug 26, 2007 The Midwest shows its colors Sun Aug 26, 2007 6th hole finds no livable space Sun Aug 26, 2007 Drawing a line in the sand Sun Aug 26, 2007 L.A. County city names came from missions, Italy, smoke signals Sun Aug 26, 2007 Angels maintain lead over Mariners Sun Aug 26, 2007 Fire burns through 10 acres in Altadena Sun Aug 26, 2007 THE FBI FRAMED 2 INNOCENT MEN Sat Aug 25, 2007 PEEPER TIED TO TREE Sat Aug 25, 2007 HOT AIR BALLOON BURNS Sat Aug 25, 2007 RANDOM ACT OF CRUELTY : Woman scammed out of $20,000 | women, woman, shea, older... Sat Aug 25, 2007 EVANGELICAL HUSBAND TURNS SELF IN TO POLICE 4 ASSAULTING WIFE : Televangelist By... Sat Aug 25, 2007 JEWISH AUTHOR For author, religion is a path to acceptance - The Boston Globe Sat Aug 25, 2007 MOTHER THERESA WRESTLED W GOD : For Mother Teresa, a Profound Darkness Sat Aug 25, 2007 Passenger Tries to Open Plane Door Sat Aug 25, 2007 WATCH OUT 4 THOSE DEADLY THEOLOGY STUDENTS : Theology student sentenced in murde... Sat Aug 25, 2007

I MET THIS GUY : Principal removed from troubled L.A. high school Sat Aug 25, 2007 News: Be wary of the beast that could sneak up on you | big, ricky, time, day, o... Sat Aug 25, 2007 Dangerous When Interested - New York Times Sat Aug 25, 2007 A Star on the Court Who Mingles Off It - New York Times Sat Aug 25, 2007 AT ONE OF THE LOWEST TIMES OF MY LIFE I WENT TO THIS HOSPITAL FOR FREE MEDICAL C... Sat Aug 25, 2007 GOOD NEWS : NASA Believes It Has Found Reason Foam Fell on Shuttle - New York Ti... Sat Aug 25, 2007 Difficult Cleanup Lies Ahead for Soaked Midwest - New York Times Sat Aug 25, 2007 WHEN A KID BECOMES A CAREGIVER Sat Aug 25, 2007 News: Ink on 55 makes for a slick commute | ink, lundgren, across, caltrans, cre... Sat Aug 25, 2007 BAD NEWS : GOV ARNOLD CUTS LIBRARY FUNDS : Governor signs budget, cuts Inland-bo... Sat Aug 25, 2007 HAD IT NOT BEEN CAUGHT ON VIDEOTAPE... Sat Aug 25, 2007 NJ Teen Unlocks IPhone From AT&T Network - New York Times Fri Aug 24, 2007 An Accent Coach, A Patient Crew, et Voilà ! 'Pink Panther' Rolls Again Fri Aug 24, 2007 George Wallace's Shooter Set to Leave Prison in December Fri Aug 24, 2007 In New York, a Word Starts a Fire Fri Aug 24, 2007 Vick's Dad Traces Dogs To Son's Childhood Fri Aug 24, 2007 The Denver Post - Hunger's lure, bears' peril Fri Aug 24, 2007 Redlands Daily Facts - Tankers fly over Redlands to fight Snow Thu Aug 23, 2007 A LITTLE EXTREME ? : SCHOOL SUSPENDS KID 4 DRAWING A PICTURE OF A GUN Thu Aug 23, 2007 Fw: DOCTOR COUPLE LEAVE BABY IN CAR TOO LONG Thu Aug 23, 2007 WHERE WILL CHICAGO GOV DO HIS TIME ? Thu Aug 23, 2007 HERE'S A COP STORY YOU WON'T BELIEVE ! Thu Aug 23, 2007 Calling all cars, calling all Hooters Thu Aug 23, 2007 Bloomy strikes back after Romney speaks of immigration 'problem' in N.Y.C Thu Aug 23, 2007 'I will end illegal immigration,' Rudy vows in Calif. Thu Aug 23, 2007 Ethanol nation: Brazil finds energy freedom with sugar-based fuel Thu Aug 23, 2007

Nudity will be legal again in Brattleboro - The Boston Globe Thu Aug 23, 2007 Tearful 'Barbie Bandit' admits bank heist - Thu Aug 23, 2007 As we age, sex is still fact of life, study says Thu Aug 23, 2007 Pettitte on his game, Yankees prevent sweep Thu Aug 23, 2007 $50 ticket stokes turf battle between cops, firefighters Thu Aug 23, 2007 LOCAL CALVIN /GRCH KID RUNNING FOR CITY COMMISSIONER : LaGrand, Kelly to face of... Thu Aug 23, 2007 MYSTERIOUS ACT OF RANDOM KINDNESS AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Thu Aug 23, 2007 OBAMA SPEAKS CANDIDLY AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Thu Aug 23, 2007 MARK INGRAM ACCUSED AOF PURSE THEFT P News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Thu Aug 23, 2007 SAVE TIGER STADIUM AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Thu Aug 23, 2007 LAUSD fills jobs from abroad Wed Aug 22, 2007 Man, son found dead in car on 710 Freeway Wed Aug 22, 2007 Tap water: <br> now with fluoride Wed Aug 22, 2007 L.A. progressing as `no-kill' city Wed Aug 22, 2007 LAUSD : L.A. school district revamps <br> its approach to discipline Wed Aug 22, 2007 How's the water? Check your<br> cell phone Wed Aug 22, 2007 She's climbing to the top Wed Aug 22, 2007 ANOTHER COP GONE BAD ? Ex-deputy guilty of murdering wife in '91 Wed Aug 22, 2007 Diversity gave birth to L.A. Wed Aug 22, 2007 CBS Was Warned on ‘Kid Nation,’ Documents Show - New York Times Wed Aug 22, 2007 'Total Chaos' On Plane In Japan Wed Aug 22, 2007 White House Manual Details How to Deal With Protesters Wed Aug 22, 2007 Fw: Using power of positive thinking on the Angels Tue Aug 21, 2007 Lawsuit alleges rape by Inglewood police officer Tue Aug 21, 2007 Space shuttle Endeavour lands a day early Tue Aug 21, 2007 Palm Springs vandals mimic Manson Tue Aug 21, 2007

Playing to Wrong Crowd Tue Aug 21, 2007 Vick to make plea; his career is in jeopardy Mon Aug 20, 2007 Memory: a glossary of terms Mon Aug 20, 2007 One man's epic quest for understanding Mon Aug 20, 2007 Seeing Corporate Fingerprints in Wikipedia Edits - New York Times Mon Aug 20, 2007 Earning an A in Real Estate 101 - New York Times Mon Aug 20, 2007 A House Made of What? Mon Aug 20, 2007 The (d)evolution of an L.A. landmark Sun Aug 19, 2007 Image guru set the stage for Reagan Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: GOOD IDEA! Baptism by fire hose Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: STRANGE: Space shuttle astronaut arrested at OIA on attempted kidnapping, ba... Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: WHAT CAN WE DO?: Rising number of kids exposed to online porn Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: A CONCERN: Exposure to online porn common | TECHNOLOGY | NEWS | Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: Speaking of East LA: A city grows in East L.A.? Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: INCREDIBLE: Exxon earns $4 million an hour Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: Buddy Holly, Big Bopper, Richie Valens.... Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: Kids Can Be Con Men (Boys)@ Some Schools Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: Prof Timmerman @ Calvin Loves Flannery: In Search of Flannery O’Connor - ... Sun Aug 19, 2007 Fw: DUTCH PASTOR SAYS WE SHOULD CALL GOD "ALLAH" Sun Aug 19, 2007 Storm forces early shuttle return - Human Spaceflight - Sat Aug 18, 2007 Skyscraper Burns Near Ground Zero Sat Aug 18, 2007 Fw: SO I ASK THAT YOU PASS ON THIS PRAYER REQUEST : Sat Aug 18, 2007 Fw: DUTCH PASTOR SAYS WE SHOULD CALL GOD "ALLAH" Sat Aug 18, 2007 BONDS HITS 760TH HOMER Sat Aug 18, 2007 Cellphone Contracts: Hard to Get off the Hook Sat Aug 18, 2007 | Fire in Palm Springs mountain 65 percent contained Sat Aug 18, 2007 Activist heads to L.A. rally Fri Aug 17, 2007

For Mario Batali, It’s Molto Michigan - New York Times Fri Aug 17, 2007 Suffolk officials recover one 'nasty' tarantula Fri Aug 17, 2007 The Outcast, FLOYD LANDIS Fri Aug 17, 2007 A Young Man in a Rush Fri Aug 17, 2007 PRIEST KILLS SON TO AVOID BEING DEFROCKED Fri Aug 17, 2007 HURRICANE DEAN Fri Aug 17, 2007 El Segundo attracts relocating businesses Fri Aug 17, 2007 Police: Man tossed ill wife off balcony Fri Aug 17, 2007 In a world where the 105 closes for filming... Fri Aug 17, 2007 Ex-mayor: `Leave my family alone' Fri Aug 17, 2007 BANK CLOSES, LEAVING CUSTOMER LOCKED INSIDE Fri Aug 17, 2007 Four suspected of stealing SUV catalytic converters Fri Aug 17, 2007 High school football player collapses and dies Fri Aug 17, 2007 Yellowstone's Grizzly Man Fri Aug 17, 2007 World’s oldest person celebrates birthday - U.S. Life - Fri Aug 17, 2007 BUSH WON'T BAILOUT HOMEOWNERS Fri Aug 17, 2007 MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO CROSS-BURNING Fri Aug 17, 2007 Past is alive at Port Oneida; Fair offers glimpse at old-fashioned life Fri Aug 17, 2007 Photo Story: 'Interlochen is part of me' Fri Aug 17, 2007 HEATWAVE Daily Breeze - Associated Press Thu Aug 16, 2007 Army's suicide rate highest in 26 years Thu Aug 16, 2007 RE SPECTOR TRIAL Thu Aug 16, 2007 Beckham wastes no time in making his presence felt Thu Aug 16, 2007 Reggie's Great Escape<br> at the L.A. Zoo Thu Aug 16, 2007 Fw: ANOTHER BAD COP : Former Manhattan Beach cop indicted in Louisiana murder ca... Thu Aug 16, 2007 40 hot to trot for Bush's 100-degree tee Thu Aug 16, 2007 Ministry from on high Thu Aug 16, 2007

Death penalty foe gets five years in prison Thu Aug 16, 2007 The last wild place Wed Aug 15, 2007 In Newark Murder, a Mixed Band of Men and Boys - New York Times Wed Aug 15, 2007 Is There a (Tell-All) Book in Him? Wed Aug 15, 2007 Fw: ATTN: BARBARA FONTENOT, COUNSELING OFFICE Wed Aug 15, 2007 3k Body of missing Indiana hiker found in Yosemite Tue Aug 14, 2007 Man accused of attacking Holocaust survivor tries to apologize Tue Aug 14, 2007 Don Imus settles with CBS Tue Aug 14, 2007 Fw: WHAT TO DO ABOUT THIS PEDOPHILE FREAK ? Experts see legal dilemma in pedophi... Tue Aug 14, 2007 Experts see legal dilemma in pedophile case Tue Aug 14, 2007 Fw: Re: WHO IS THE INDIVIDUAL USING YOUR FLYING ACCOUNT ? Tue Aug 14, 2007 Fw: Re: WHAT DO YOU THINK ? : Excitement is depriving our children of happiness Tue Aug 14, 2007 3k Fw: Re: BONDS TIES THE HAMMER ! : Bonds ties Aaron with 755th career homer - Bar... Tue Aug 14, 2007 Fw: RE: LETS FACE IT, LAKERS NEED SHAQUILLE ! Tue Aug 14, 2007 3k Fw: Re: MAYOR BETRAYED OUR TRUST : Mayor Villaraigosa defends relationship Tue Aug 14, 2007 Fw: RE: LUISA, DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS? Students held hostage on bus in Manila - ... Tue Aug 14, 2007 3k A Taste of Whimsy Wows the French Tue Aug 14, 2007 Convention Party Favors Include Face Time Tue Aug 14, 2007 China Toy Boss Kills Self After Recall Mon Aug 13, 2007 Computer glitch holds up 20,000 at LAX Mon Aug 13, 2007 3 Killed in Mo. Church Shooting Mon Aug 13, 2007 Ethics review set at LAUSD Sun Aug 12, 2007 THE AIRMEN TOOK ADVANTAGE OF A "CHILD" , THE HERNANDEZ GIRL Sun Aug 12, 2007 3k Sneaking into Hong Kong to give birth Sun Aug 12, 2007 Thompson's red truck parked, for now Sun Aug 12, 2007

When bikes rule the road, motorists fume Sun Aug 12, 2007 Merv Griffin, Television Impresario, Dies at 82 - New York Times Sun Aug 12, 2007 Merv Griffin, Television Impresario, Dies at 82 - New York Times Sun Aug 12, 2007 Study: Almost Half of Murder Victims Black Sun Aug 12, 2007 Shuttle Mission Overshadowed by Gash Sun Aug 12, 2007 Shuttle Mission Overshadowed by Gash Sat Aug 11, 2007 Pilot killed in plane crash in Lomita Sat Aug 11, 2007 Did the butler do it? Sat Aug 11, 2007 Tiger's safe and sound Sat Aug 11, 2007 Bush's Muse Stands Accused Sat Aug 11, 2007 Anti-porn group targets company Sat Aug 11, 2007 EDMUND FTZGERALD om the Traverse City Record-Eagle Fri Aug 10, 2007 DANIELLE VANDAM LINED RSTRNT DESTROYED BY FIRE Fri Aug 10, 2007 WOMAN JUMPS FR MACKINAC BRIDGE Fri Aug 10, 2007 AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Fri Aug 10, 2007 Content catches some off guard at Traverse City Film Festival Fri Aug 10, 2007 As Latinos begin to outnumber whites, some sense resentment Fri Aug 10, 2007 MOTHER CHARGED W KILLING HUSBAND, 2 KIDS Fri Aug 10, 2007 CALIF SENATOR , RECKLESS DRIVING Fri Aug 10, 2007 Playboy Mansion is focus of inquiry Fri Aug 10, 2007 King-Harbor fails inspection; closure likely Fri Aug 10, 2007 Excitement is depriving our children of happiness Fri Aug 10, 2007 Trap catches suspect in hit-and-run Fri Aug 10, 2007 Assemblyman Dymally skips judge-ordered day in court Fri Aug 10, 2007 13 arrested in Internet child-sex sting Fri Aug 10, 2007 Priest Nabbed While Running Nude Fri Aug 10, 2007 Celibacy rule stays, debate to continue Fri Aug 10, 2007 Tiger takes the lead with a record effort Fri Aug 10, 2007

Air hole for trapped miners may have gone off course Fri Aug 10, 2007 Jurors tour Phil Spector's Alhambra home Thu Aug 09, 2007 Rescuers struggle to drill relief holes for Utah miners - The Boston Globe Thu Aug 09, 2007 Whites Now Minority in 1 in 10 Counties Thu Aug 09, 2007 In caregiver's shoes Thu Aug 09, 2007 Ranger fatally shoots motorist at Malibu park Wed Aug 08, 2007 Russian-Armenian crime ring busted Wed Aug 08, 2007 Police pluck flip-flopless teen off seaside cliff<br> in Palos Verdes Estates Wed Aug 08, 2007 BONDS HITS 757 Wed Aug 08, 2007 Bush calls Bonds about home run record Wed Aug 08, 2007 2 men drown off Huntington Beach Wed Aug 08, 2007 Should This Milk Be Legal? - New York Times Wed Aug 08, 2007 Aaron Moves Over, Bonds Moves Up, but Questions Remain - New York Times Wed Aug 08, 2007 Bonds Sets Baseball's Home Run Record Wed Aug 08, 2007 CITY OF CLAY Tue Aug 07, 2007 Study: Kids' taste buds are tricked by McDonald's Tue Aug 07, 2007 AMERICAN LATINO DEPORTED TO MEXICO Tue Aug 07, 2007 Don't laugh, they're stealing car seats Tue Aug 07, 2007 It could be one and done for Woods at PGA Championship Tue Aug 07, 2007 Bonds reflects a society looking for an edge Tue Aug 07, 2007 Malibu Pier poised to recapture its past Tue Aug 07, 2007 Plenty of Holes In Pockets Of Resistance Tue Aug 07, 2007 For Romney, Traction in Iowa Tue Aug 07, 2007 Minnesota Cities Unite in Prayer Tue Aug 07, 2007 There's a reason they're called `happy campers'Tue Aug 07, 2007 2800 BARRY BONDS STUCK AT 755 Tue Aug 07, 2007 Fw: GREAT KINDNESS STORY : - Anderson Cooper 360° Blog Tue Aug 07, 2007 The Denver Post - Teen boys hit home run with topless next-door neighbor Tue Aug 07, 2007

A rare chance to have your say on new bumping rules Tue Aug 07, 2007 Fw: Does the Bible have a place in public schools? Tue Aug 07, 2007 Bush meets with Karzai Mon Aug 06, 2007 Judge bans Navy from using sonar off Southern California Mon Aug 06, 2007 Southern California is becoming a tight fit Mon Aug 06, 2007 In Anaheim, the Mouse Finally Roars Mon Aug 06, 2007 LIBRARY RIGHTS AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Mon Aug 06, 2007 2 MUSKEGON KIDS DROWN IN POOL AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Mon Aug 06, 2007 FISHERMAN CATCHES A CAR : AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Mon Aug 06, 2007 BIG FIRE IN THE U.P. AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Mon Aug 06, 2007 NW MICH Fair in EMPIRE is ready for its 99th year Mon Aug 06, 2007 HATE RALLY IN KALAMAZOO AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Mon Aug 06, 2007 DOG QUIZ STLtoday - Life & Style - Pets Mon Aug 06, 2007 HEAT WAVE St. Louis City / County Mon Aug 06, 2007 Sharapova wins @ carlsbad Mon Aug 06, 2007 Christian court watchers keep tabs on judges - Mon Aug 06, 2007 Diver dies after being pulled from Lake Michigan Sun Aug 05, 2007 Press-Telegram - Big bop for Bonds Sun Aug 05, 2007 Does the Bible have a place in public schools? Sun Aug 05, 2007 Judd McIlvain's - TroubleShooter - Scam Alert Sun Aug 05, 2007 'Know Your Rights When the Police Stops You: Consensual Encounter; Detention and... Sun Aug 05, 2007 California Search Rejected at Total Lawyers Sun Aug 05, 2007 Welcome To US Info Registry ::::::::::..........::::::::::.......... Sun Aug 05, 2007 Amnesty International - International Womens Day 1999 Sun Aug 05, 2007 Bonds picks on someone his own size Sun Aug 05, 2007 Bonds smacks number 755 Sun Aug 05, 2007

Oldest Profession Flourishes in China Sun Aug 05, 2007 BONDS HITS #755 Sat Aug 04, 2007 Sabbatini-Woods showdown set at Bridgestone - Golf - Sat Aug 04, 2007 BONDS TIES THE HAMMER ! : Bonds ties Aaron with 755th career homer - Barry Bonds... Sat Aug 04, 2007 Afghan poppy crop sets record - Focus on Afghanistan - Sat Aug 04, 2007 Boy is electrocuted during rush home Sat Aug 04, 2007 STRANDED FLOOD VICTIMS IN INDIA GET HELICOPTER FOOD DROPS Sat Aug 04, 2007 A-Rod youngest to hit 500 home runs Sat Aug 04, 2007 Liberty Counsel News Release March 30, 2007 Sat Aug 04, 2007 | The hottest chili pepper in the world makes its debut Sat Aug 04, 2007 HE'S STILL ACTIVE : PAUL SCHRADER: Last of the great Hollywood outsiders - Times... Sat Aug 04, 2007 32,000 quarters leak onto Wis. roads - Yahoo! News Sat Aug 04, 2007 Kangaroo cull plan catches military on the hop - Yahoo! News Sat Aug 04, 2007 Retired LA Police Sergeant Shot and Killed | Southland and California News | KTL... Sat Aug 04, 2007 TEACHER PLEADS GUILTY Sat Aug 04, 2007 Press-Telegram - Million-dollar lobsters Fri Aug 03, 2007 Press-Telegram - Morning June gloom continues into AugustMS Fri Aug 03, 2007 88 doctors indicted in license fraud raid - The Boston Globe Fri Aug 03, 2007 Arrested protesters get $1m settlement - The Boston Globe Fri Aug 03, 2007 A slice of Victoriana in Petoskey Fri Aug 03, 2007 LOLLAPALOOZA Fri Aug 03, 2007 MORE RE PAT TILMAN Daily Breeze - Associated Press Fri Aug 03, 2007 LIONEL RICHIE RE DAUGHTER Fri Aug 03, 2007 Getty's accord removes shadow Fri Aug 03, 2007 Caretaker killed in dog attack at home of actor Rhames Fri Aug 03, 2007 Russian subs surface after polar dive Fri Aug 03, 2007

Ex-CIA agent Valerie Plame loses court decision Fri Aug 03, 2007 Rove a no-show at hearing, aide skirts questions - Fri Aug 03, 2007 AP News from the Traverse City Record-Eagle Fri Aug 03, 2007 Convict's dad allegedly stalks county prosecutor Fri Aug 03, 2007 The Seattle Times: Terror on school bus, then a frantic escape from collapsed br... Fri Aug 03, 2007 The Seattle Times: NBA Wire Notes | Saunders avoids bridge collapse Fri Aug 03, 2007 The Seattle Times: "A national bridge problem" Fri Aug 03, 2007 MUSLIM FACTORY WORKERS FIRED 4 PRAYING ON THE JOB Fri Aug 03, 2007 AMTRAK OFFERS $100 FREE BOOZE Fri Aug 03, 2007 MOMS SHOULD BREASTFEED MORE & LONGER Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Aug 03, 2007 TEACHER GOOGLED Fri Aug 03, 2007 Oakland newspaper editor <br>is killed in ambush Fri Aug 03, 2007 The Denver Post - Minn. bridge problems uncovered in 1990 Thu Aug 02, 2007 STOP BP FROM DUMPING INTO BIG LAKE : Daley says BP dumping in lake is 'really un... Thu Aug 02, 2007 Press-Telegram - Defiant pastors aid Cuba Thu Aug 02, 2007 Press-Telegram - L.A. wants no part of Barry's HR history Thu Aug 02, 2007 Downing comes to Bonds' defense Thu Aug 02, 2007 A flight for soaring eyes Thu Aug 02, 2007 Man arrested after dog dies in hot car Thu Aug 02, 2007 Bonds 'not getting a lot to hit right now' - Barry Bonds - Thu Aug 02, 2007 FAMILY MATTERS | By YVETTE CARDOZO | Travel Destinations | Tips Thu Aug 02, 2007 A Teacher Grows Disillusioned After a ‘Fail’ Becomes a ‘Pass’ - New York... Thu Aug 02, 2007 The Whys of Mating: 237 Reasons and Counting - New York Times Thu Aug 02, 2007 Bonds Performs A Role Reversal Thu Aug 02, 2007 L.A. gets a groove on for Barry show Thu Aug 02, 2007 Press-Telegram - `Fear of flying' grounds Beckham Wed Aug 01, 2007 Expert testifies in stalking trial Wed Aug 01, 2007

Little League's snub of free Navy site stuns officials Wed Aug 01, 2007 PHIL SPECTORS DAUGHTER Wed Aug 01, 2007 Teach to Reach Wed Aug 01, 2007 Freeway bridge collapses into Mississippi River during rush hour in Minneapolis Wed Aug 01, 2007 PEDO PRIEST GOING TO EASY JAIL Tue Jul 31, 2007 NEW BUS SERVICE, ULTRA CHEAP Tue Jul 31, 2007 Lightning strikes twice Tue Jul 31, 2007 Barry Bonds bashers won't be caught looking at history Tue Jul 31, 2007 Collapsed overpass traps truck driver Tue Jul 31, 2007 Archrivals in foot massage Tue Jul 31, 2007 Ventre: Dodger fans will abuse Bonds more than ever - Barry Bonds - Tue Jul 31, 2007 Ventre: Dodger fans will abuse Bonds more than ever - Barry Bonds - Tue Jul 31, 2007 Milestone night for Glavine, Bonds, A-Rod? - Baseball - Tue Jul 31, 2007 Milk piped to 69 trapped miners in China - Focus on China - Tue Jul 31, 2007 The Subconcious Brain - Who's Minding the Mind? - New York Times Tue Jul 31, 2007 Birthday Bashes That Take the Cake Tue Jul 31, 2007 With this ring, I thee con Mon Jul 30, 2007 LOSS OF A FILM LEGEND : Ingmar Bergman, Famed Director, Dies at 89 - New York Ti... Mon Jul 30, 2007 Spiritual support in a virtual community - The Boston Globe Mon Jul 30, 2007 Sultan of Swat, reprise - The Boston Globe Mon Jul 30, 2007 Press-Telegram - Snipers at the scene of Tillman's death Mon Jul 30, 2007 Press-Telegram - Gwynn joins immortals Mon Jul 30, 2007 Las Vegas SUN: A PRAYER AND PROTEST Sun Jul 29, 2007 Las Vegas SUN: New good will at New Frontier Sun Jul 29, 2007 Las Vegas SUN: Witnesses testify in secret, for and against judge Sun Jul 29, 2007 Las Vegas SUN: Where to walk in U.S.? Henderson Sun Jul 29, 2007

BLOOMBERG NOT SO CLEAN AFTERALL : Las Vegas SUN: Sex Suit Could Be Problem for B... Sun Jul 29, 2007 Las Vegas SUN: Fatal Ending to Ariz. Exorcism Response Sun Jul 29, 2007 Canseco: I have dirt on A-Rod Sun Jul 29, 2007 INTERESTING RE ONLINE EVANGELISM : Lead us not into cyber-temptation as missiona... Sun Jul 29, 2007 At Hemingway's home, claws are out Sun Jul 29, 2007 Workers are told to shape up or pay up Sun Jul 29, 2007 Simple Safety Solution: Classroom Locks - Education - Sun Jul 29, 2007 Citizenship checks strain trust in police Sun Jul 29, 2007 Children of Darkness - New York Times Sun Jul 29, 2007 On a Date With . . . the Founders of True Love Revolution, Harvard’s Abstinenc... Sun Jul 29, 2007 DUTCH FARMERS STILL COMING TO AMERICA : Discord on Dairies of Dutch Dreams Sun Jul 29, 2007 The Man, the Myth Sun Jul 29, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Man watches as son, nephew gunned down Sat Jul 28, 2007 Press-Telegram - Beetles taking a bite out of wooden bat production Sat Jul 28, 2007 The Denver Post - Stop in for a coooooold one Sat Jul 28, 2007 The Denver Post - Nacchio to prison for six years Sat Jul 28, 2007 Is 61 years in prison enough retribution? Sat Jul 28, 2007 Bonds knocks out No. 754 Sat Jul 28, 2007 Death Valley Off - Roading Case Dismissed - New York Times Sat Jul 28, 2007 The Bigger Ferris Wheels Get, the More Cash Flows - New York Times Sat Jul 28, 2007 FBI Must Pay $102 Million In Mob Case Sat Jul 28, 2007 NASA Knew About Preflight Drinking Among Astronauts Sat Jul 28, 2007 2 television news helicopters collide while following police pursuit in Phoenix Fri Jul 27, 2007 SURGICAL FIRE Fri Jul 27, 2007 ASBESTOS @ THE BEACH Fri Jul 27, 2007 'Izzy? . . . Bring Your Daughter Here' Fri Jul 27, 2007

LA Daily News - Giants slugger Barry Bonds not a hit with fans Fri Jul 27, 2007 German Entrepreneur's Glamour Airline: Nicotine Niche or Pipe Dream? Thu Jul 26, 2007 No Easy Verdict on Thompson The Lawyer Thu Jul 26, 2007 Missouri man shoots and kills grandson in apparent case of self-defense Wed Jul 25, 2007 Press-Telegram - CSULB attracts the best Wed Jul 25, 2007 MAN ARRESTED AT AIRPORT 4 DEATH OF WOMAN Wed Jul 25, 2007 LUTHERAN PASTOR WANTS GAY CELIBACY RULE CHANGED Wed Jul 25, 2007 VAUGN INDICTED FOR MURDER OF WIFE & 3 CHILDREN Wed Jul 25, 2007 UCLA receivers' coach arrested in connection with burglary Wed Jul 25, 2007 Voracious 7-foot-long jumbo squid invade California waters, preying on local fis... Wed Jul 25, 2007 Fight Song at Ozarks: Work Hard and Avoid Debt - New York TimesS Wed Jul 25, 2007 Fight Song at Ozarks: Work Hard and Avoid Debt - New York Times Wed Jul 25, 2007 Gonzales Denies Improper Pressure on Ashcroft - New York Times Wed Jul 25, 2007 STLtoday - News - Illinois News Tue Jul 24, 2007 Funny, that was my joke Tue Jul 24, 2007 Sea wall stops, yet makes, waves Tue Jul 24, 2007 Lindsay Lohan is arrested again Tue Jul 24, 2007 N.B.A. Limits on Referees’ Wagering Spelled Out - New York Times Tue Jul 24, 2007 Minor-leaguer made a major impression Tue Jul 24, 2007 The State | 07/24/2007 | Format upstages candidates Tue Jul 24, 2007 Wily coyote plays the roadrunner Tue Jul 24, 2007 City closes Macy's food court Mon Jul 23, 2007 LA Daily News - Latest from the Associated Press Mon Jul 23, 2007 KING DREW HOSPITAL Mon Jul 23, 2007 Carey to Take Over as ‘Price’ Host Mon Jul 23, 2007 Look! Up in the sky! Rain! Mon Jul 23, 2007 FOOD 4 THOUGHT : There's no place like home, these Christians say Mon Jul 23, 2007 Spacewalkers take out the trash - Mon Jul 23, 2007

Chihuahua saves boy from rattler - Animal Peculiarity - Mon Jul 23, 2007 Beware the overshare in everyday conversations - Mental Health - Mon Jul 23, 2007 REVELATORY RE JUDAISM : Judaism - Religion - Othodox Jews - Yeshiva day Schools ... Mon Jul 23, 2007 Hollywood Pitch Festival - Fade In Magazine - Films - New York Times Mon Jul 23, 2007 Padraig Harrington wins British Sun Jul 22, 2007 Televangelist Tammy Faye Messner dies - U.S. Life - Sat Jul 21, 2007 Term for grand jury investigating Bonds extended; report says indictment may fol... Sat Jul 21, 2007 N.B.A. Referee Under Investigation - New York Times Fri Jul 20, 2007 With Selig Watching, Bonds Focuses on History - New York Times Fri Jul 20, 2007 A Prosecutor Out of Character on the Air - New York Times Fri Jul 20, 2007 Bush Will Temporarily Hand Reins To Cheney Fri Jul 20, 2007 Rocket launcher tube found on lawn - Fri Jul 20, 2007 Wait for Harry Potter Finale Has Ended Fri Jul 20, 2007 Officials fear L.A. is being shorted Fri Jul 20, 2007 If your phone dies at LAX, recharge it free of charge Fri Jul 20, 2007 Longtime educator climbed the ladder to top Fri Jul 20, 2007 L.A. madam interrupts Spector trial Fri Jul 20, 2007 Throng greets downtown L.A.'s first supermarket Fri Jul 20, 2007 Body, likely stowaway, found in jet's nose gear - Travel News - Thu Jul 19, 2007 Bonds slams 2 home runs, trails Aaron by 2 - Barry Bonds - Thu Jul 19, 2007 McCain Splurged on Two "Hot" Night Club Events Wed Jul 18, 2007 Bikers gaining in years, crashes Tue Jul 17, 2007 White House field spends early and often Tue Jul 17, 2007 Fees for degrees scheme is alleged Tue Jul 17, 2007 Blaze destroys bit of history in Alhambra Tue Jul 17, 2007 Grand Traverse County's former jail chaplain to be honored Tue Jul 17, 2007 Granholm tries again to change Michigan's sentencing laws Tue Jul 17, 2007

Judge to rule on LAUSD charter fight Mon Jul 16, 2007 BIG MISTAKE, LUCKY OUTCOME : Pilot Forgot to Lower the Landing Gear Mon Jul 16, 2007 Swimmer missing in Mill Pond Mon Jul 16, 2007 GREAT IDEÄ : Paris turns toward the two-wheeler - The Boston Globe Mon Jul 16, 2007 The latest on low-fare lines Mon Jul 16, 2007 Badlands--and beyond--beckon with iconic sites Mon Jul 16, 2007 Fw: WE CAN'T STOP TERRORISM BY STOPPING TOURISTS : America's war on tourists: Ho... Mon Jul 16, 2007 Man Shot, Killed in Colorado Capitol Mon Jul 16, 2007 Clarkson was despondent, friend testifies at Spector trial Mon Jul 16, 2007 Bertha Vos parents consider pulling out Mon Jul 16, 2007 Footnotes to a tragedy Sun Jul 15, 2007 Check All - Clear All 3000 Summer fun--on Midwest's ski slopes Sat Jul 14, 2007 `Whopper' squid washes ashore Sat Jul 14, 2007 No rhyme, but a reason Sat Jul 14, 2007 British cops add cameras to heads Sat Jul 14, 2007 Schwarzenegger says climate isn't political Sat Jul 14, 2007 Fw: TROUBLING: POPE ASSERTS CATHOLIC CHURCH IS THE ONLY TRUE CHURCH : Vatican ac... Sat Jul 14, 2007 Killing of bear stirs public safety debate Sat Jul 14, 2007 RELEASE OF VIDEO BY D.A. Sat Jul 14, 2007 Dewey? At This Library With a Very Different Outlook, They Don’t - New York Ti... Sat Jul 14, 2007 Keeping Peace on Coney Island’s Salty Planks - New York Times Sat Jul 14, 2007 Enticing Ad, Little Cash and Then a Lot of Regret - New York Times Sat Jul 14, 2007 THE OUTFIT: SON V. FATHER Fri Jul 13, 2007 Fw: POPE HAS GONE TOO FAR: Pope: Only one true church Thu Jul 12, 2007 World's tallest man marries woman two-thirds his height Thu Jul 12, 2007 Judge rules against public prayer in Ga. - Focus on Faith - Thu Jul 12, 2007

Amy Jacobson's new media job is to erase taped swimsuit image Thu Jul 12, 2007 Howard Stern building house in Hamptons Thu Jul 12, 2007 People can train themselves to forget bad memories, study says Thu Jul 12, 2007 Nixon wanted 'nicey-nice' image but fought with gloves off Thu Jul 12, 2007 L.A. County Sheriff pushes home detention Thu Jul 12, 2007 A Hole in the Food Safety Net? Thu Jul 12, 2007 Lady Bird Johnson Gave America A Big Bouquet Thu Jul 12, 2007 CIA Said Instability Seemed 'Irreversible' Thu Jul 12, 2007 Libya HIV death sentences upheld - Mideast/N. Africa - Wed Jul 11, 2007 Security chief warns of terrorist attack Wed Jul 11, 2007 Where stories hang as thick as smoke Wed Jul 11, 2007 Top McCain Aides Quit Struggling Campaign Tue Jul 10, 2007 RE PHIL SPECTOR Tue Jul 10, 2007 City Attorney served with recall notice Tue Jul 10, 2007 GUTSY : 105 Balloons Put Lawn Chair Pilot in Air Tue Jul 10, 2007 ESPN can't have show in All-Star ballpark Mon Jul 09, 2007 Fw: I'M NOT ANTI-WAR BUT I STILL RESPECT THIS : Peace marchers of the loneliest ... Mon Jul 09, 2007 RE THE MAN WHO CAUGHT HANK AARONS RECORD-BREAKING HOMER Sun Jul 08, 2007 Re EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE Sun Jul 08, 2007 DAWN OF A NEW ERA : THE 787 Sun Jul 08, 2007 RE PRINCE FIELDER Sun Jul 08, 2007 RE DEVILS ROCK STATE PRK Sun Jul 08, 2007 Nixon library's changes start with Watergate Sun Jul 08, 2007 Hospital group rejects system and cashes in Sun Jul 08, 2007 243 goats die after California trailer wreck - The Boston Globe Sun Jul 08, 2007 Arts - 90-million voters pick modern 7 global wonders Sun Jul 08, 2007 Will the U.S. mail system soon go the way of the dinosaurs? Sat Jul 07, 2007

Fw: BEAR ON POLE Sat Jul 07, 2007 Spector's lead attorney skips trial for TV run Sat Jul 07, 2007 UCLA junior hears it all on Paris' old cell phone Sat Jul 07, 2007 They just keep on Trekking Sat Jul 07, 2007 Preaching the power of forgiveness many times over Sat Jul 07, 2007 Villaraigosa has political work cut out for him Sat Jul 07, 2007 WorldNetDaily: State joins tug of war over nude beach Sat Jul 07, 2007 Great Way to Stay Warm: Vodka and Sunshine - New York Times Fri Jul 06, 2007 Going-to-the-Sun Road across Glacier National Park in Northern Montana - New Yor... Fri Jul 06, 2007 London Bombers Sped to Glasgow, Authorities Say - New York Times Fri Jul 06, 2007 New broom Richard Vladovic: LAUSD is in for a shake-up Thu Jul 05, 2007 Former Manhattan Beach cop gets prison in sex case Thu Jul 05, 2007 He found a calling in prison Thu Jul 05, 2007 Parks, ocean are fine for fun Thu Jul 05, 2007 Nonprofit subsidizes Schwarzenegger travel frills Thu Jul 05, 2007 Mayor s girlfriend is placed on leave Thu Jul 05, 2007 The Ugly Reality Behind a Manhattan Dream Rental - New York Times Thu Jul 05, 2007 After U.S. Visit, a Homecoming Is Less Than Divine - New York Times Thu Jul 05, 2007 Bittersweet Goodbye to A D.C. Icon Thu Jul 05, 2007 Homemade, Cheap and Dangerous Thu Jul 05, 2007 FIREWORKS USA Wed Jul 04, 2007 Definitely maybe had hand in Libby commute - Bushie Wed Jul 04, 2007 The Best Chip? The First One Out of the Bag - New York Times Wed Jul 04, 2007 Summertime. Fish Jumping. That’s Trouble. - New York Times Wed Jul 04, 2007 MAYOR BETRAYED OUR TRUST : Mayor Villaraigosa defends relationship Wed Jul 04, 2007 Girl could give birth to her sister - Times Online Wed Jul 04, 2007 The Denver Post - Boat sails down I-25 Wed Jul 04, 2007

Attorneys See Irony in Libby Case Wed Jul 04, 2007 Van Rolls Into Conn. Pond, Killing 3 Wed Jul 04, 2007 Bush keeps alive full Libby pardon Wed Jul 04, 2007 5,500 aerial shells bring lots of oohs, aahs Wed Jul 04, 2007 The Denver Post - Nation celebrates 4th of July Wed Jul 04, 2007 New L.A. Unified president takes office, lists major goals Wed Jul 04, 2007 MacArthur, Echo parks boat-free? Wed Jul 04, 2007 Al Gore's son arrested on pot-related charge Wed Jul 04, 2007 Investment house to buy Hilton Hotels Wed Jul 04, 2007 Villaraigosa reveals relationship with TV anchor Wed Jul 04, 2007 President’s Statement on Libby - New York Times Mon Jul 02, 2007 Bush Commutes Libby’s Prison Sentence - New York Times Mon Jul 02, 2007 $75,000 BOND 4 RUNNING ON FIELD Sun Jul 01, 2007 Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Online :: AP News Sun Jul 01, 2007 New Study Links Stress, Obesity Sun Jul 01, 2007 A Political Force With Many Philosophies Sun Jul 01, 2007 Fw: HERE WE GO AGAIN : Rigged Vehicle Rams Terminal at U.K. Airport Sun Jul 01, 2007 Fw: RE: I DISAGREE. I THINK BONDS IS A CLASS ACT Sun Jul 01, 2007 Fw: Re: SHIRLEY, I'M ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL ! Sun Jul 01, 2007 Fw: Re: OC CHURCH WORKERS DEMAND AFFORDABLE HOUSING :Article - News Church mem... Sun Jul 01, 2007 Fw: Re: TOOTHPASTE CAUTION : Fw: MS USA Trading, Inc. Recalls "Colgate Toothpast... Sun Jul 01, 2007 Fw: Re: DUCKS WIN @ OTTAWA ! TAKE 3-1 SERIES LEAD ! Sun Jul 01, 2007 FAN WALKS ON TO FIELD TO GREET BARRY BONDS Sat Jun 30, 2007 The Idaho Statesman - Associated Press National News Sat Jun 30, 2007 GOD & COUNTRY FESTIVAL : Thousands gather in Nampa to celebrate God and freedom ... Sat Jun 30, 2007 Manhattan Beach's plans to cut mansionization get nod Sat Jun 30, 2007 Key trial evidence goes missing Sat Jun 30, 2007

Dog's votes come back to bite owner Sat Jun 30, 2007 Another wild ride billed to L.A. taxpayers Sat Jun 30, 2007 The Seattle Times: "NBC Dateline" pedophile sting stirs up suburb Fri Jun 29, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - City to pay $4.7M to keep strip club closed Fri Jun 29, 2007 Past leaders of ministry apologize Fri Jun 29, 2007 How long will Paris resist lights? Fri Jun 29, 2007 Schwarzenegger faces revolt by GOP in Capitol Fri Jun 29, 2007 Will gridlocked L.A. heed this toll call? Fri Jun 29, 2007 Ex-deputy cleared in shooting of off-duty airman Fri Jun 29, 2007 FLAMES & BOOM Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Jun 29, 2007 DISABLED VET SLOWLY RECOVERS Fri Jun 29, 2007 Ann Coulter: When Does This Crap End? (VIDEO) - Salem-News.Comr Fri Jun 29, 2007 ABC News: Edwards Defends Her Call to Coulter Fri Jun 29, 2007 Dan Patrick:Baseball, steroids and the truth Thu Jun 28, 2007 WHO ALTERED WRESTLERS WIKIPEDIA SITE Thu Jun 28, 2007 DON'T FEED THE BEARS: Please don't feed the local bears Thu Jun 28, 2007 RE MARS ROVERS Pasadena Star-News - Latest from the Associated Press Thu Jun 28, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Latest from the Associated Press Thu Jun 28, 2007 UNBELIEVABLY CARELESS : LAPD instructor shoots colleague during training exercis... Thu Jun 28, 2007 Merrill Lynch sued in bias of Muslim Thu Jun 28, 2007 Paris Hilton may plan to sue her lawyer - Gossip: The Scoop - Thu Jun 28, 2007 BUSH SAYS "NO WAY" : Bush Won't Supply Subpoenaed Documents Thu Jun 28, 2007 TASTE OF CHCAGO Drum roll, please Thu Jun 28, 2007 'I was powerless to do anything' Thu Jun 28, 2007 'I was powerless to do anything' Thu Jun 28, 2007 YES I AGREE WITH THIS : - D.A. Warns Parents About New Interactiv... Thu Jun 28, 2007 3k Justice Stevens Calls On History He Lived Thu Jun 28, 2007

Six of the Best and Brightest, Poised to Take the Next Step on the Long Road - N... Thu Jun 28, 2007 Even Among Allies, Image of U.S. Drops Thu Jun 28, 2007 Senators Subpoena The White House Thu Jun 28, 2007 Hilton sit-down: no pay off for viewers | Entertainment | Television | Reuters Thu Jun 28, 2007 Re. VALLEY CHRISTIAN GYMNASTICS: Barca, coaches adapt to obstacle Wed Jun 27, 2007 PARIS HILTON, LARRY KING Wed Jun 27, 2007 Free speech on the Web Wed Jun 27, 2007 Sheriff defends how he handled Paris case Wed Jun 27, 2007 Judge takes on public defenders Wed Jun 27, 2007 Officials bicker over how an inmate was allowed to kill a cellmate. Twice. Wed Jun 27, 2007 Cop shoots colleague during training exercise Wed Jun 27, 2007 Giuliani Gets a Standing Ovation At a Christian College - June 27, 2007 - The Ne... Wed Jun 27, 2007 Muted Japanese reaction to US Congress resolution on comfort women - Asia-Pacifi... Wed Jun 27, 2007 RE PHIL SPECTOR,The Detroit News Wed Jun 27, 2007 The Denver Post - John Lennon's sons on speaking terms again Tue Jun 26, 2007 HERE'S A LIKELY FIRST : Balloonist killed in 700-foot fall Tue Jun 26, 2007 OSWEGO MAN Tue Jun 26, 2007 Texas Inmate Executed; Doesn't Tell Joke Tue Jun 26, 2007 - Lawyer files 3 complaints against Delgadillo Tue Jun 26, 2007 Speed-eating king's reign cut short by arthritis of the jaw - Times Online Tue Jun 26, 2007 Wrestler Benoit strangled wife, smothered son, hanged himself in weight room Tue Jun 26, 2007 LA Daily News - Pastor tells of scratches on murder defendant Tue Jun 26, 2007 Paris Hilton returns to her not-so-simple life Tue Jun 26, 2007 Delgadillo gets a lesson on costs of `rock-throwing' Tue Jun 26, 2007 Fw: THIS GUY DOESN'T KNOW FRUGAL : Matt Gross Answers Frequently Asked Questions... Tue Jun 26, 2007 Seeking Answers With Field Trips in Faith Tue Jun 26, 2007

Pasadena Star-News - Illustrator among city's homeless population Mon Jun 25, 2007 PARIS HILTON TO BE RELEASED Mon Jun 25, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Something's fishy for L.A. Mon Jun 25, 2007 Fw: GOOD NEWS 4 FAITH BASED ORGANIZATIONS :Pasadena Star-News Mon Jun 25, 2007 Donald Trump's golf course alters views again Mon Jun 25, 2007 El Segundo police mourn loss of dog killed in hit-and-run Mon Jun 25, 2007 Fw: NEW SUPERINTENDENT TAKING CHARGE ! : LAUSD seeks to weed out rudeness Mon Jun 25, 2007 Fw: PRAY FOR THIS TO WORK : LAUSD seeks to weed out rudeness Mon Jun 25, 2007 Fw: ITS ABOUT TIME : LAUSD seeks to weed out rudeness Mon Jun 25, 2007 Autism lawsuit explores vaccine link Mon Jun 25, 2007 Court limits student speech in 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus' case Mon Jun 25, 2007 Hilton's neighbors dreading her return Mon Jun 25, 2007 Spector prosecutors say witnesses violated court order Mon Jun 25, 2007 The Web Site Celebrities Fear - New York Times Mon Jun 25, 2007 USA BEATS MEXICO !! U.S. comes back to beat Mexico, win Gold Cup Sun Jun 24, 2007 Fw: WAY TO GO, USA !! U.S. comes back to beat Mexico, win Gold Cup Sun Jun 24, 2007 Police arrest Jackson, Pfleger at gun protest Sun Jun 24, 2007 RELIGIOUS LEADERS, GAY PARADES Sun Jun 24, 2007 Driving with rented risks Sun Jun 24, 2007 'Almighty' box office: 'A disaster of biblical proportions' Sun Jun 24, 2007 DNA solving mysteries for dog owners Sun Jun 24, 2007 FASCINATING GLIMPSE @ DICK CHENEY : 'A Different Understanding With the Presiden... Sun Jun 24, 2007 Fw: MAJOR TEACHER SHORTAGE: Schools Pinched In Hiring Sun Jun 24, 2007 Fw: THE UNAPPRECIATED LIBRARIAN : The Modern Librarian: A Role Worth Checking Ou... Sun Jun 24, 2007 'Chemical Ali' Sentenced to Hang in Iraq Sun Jun 24, 2007 Fw: VATICAN ISSUES ROAD SINS WARNING: THOU SHALL NOT TAILGATE Sun Jun 24, 2007

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Teen electrocuted crossing LIRR tracks Fri Jun 22, 2007 The Denver Post - Surgeon removes gall bladder from mouth Fri Jun 22, 2007 The Denver Post - People: David Lee Roth's "drive-through" sex Fri Jun 22, 2007 Part-time pastors juggle jobs - U.S. Life - Fri Jun 22, 2007 VANDERJAGT PASSES AWAY : - Vander Jagt, 75, led GOP election strategy Fri Jun 22, 2007 Press-Telegram - Girl's feet severed at Six Flags Fri Jun 22, 2007 Lady Bird Johnson Hospitalized Fri Jun 22, 2007 Criminalist: Phil Spector was 2 feet from victim Fri Jun 22, 2007 LA Daily News - String of ethical breaches puts Delgadillo on defensive Fri Jun 22, 2007 Bush meets with Vietnamese counterpart Fri Jun 22, 2007 Civil rights lawyer Yagman found guilty of tax evasion Fri Jun 22, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Woman leaps to death from balcony Thu Jun 21, 2007 Into Middle America but Staying on the Fringe - New York Times Thu Jun 21, 2007 DOG RUNNERS, NOT WALKERS, IS THE NEW THING : They Take the Bounce Out of Bowser ... Thu Jun 21, 2007 CROWD KILLS MAN Wed Jun 20, 2007 Press-Telegram - It's a Rocky road for city attorney Wed Jun 20, 2007 STORY DURING ULTRASOUND : Yahoo reboots at the top Wed Jun 20, 2007 Yahoo reboots at the top Wed Jun 20, 2007 Article - News - ASK THE TEACHER: How to avoid summer brain drain Tue Jun 19, 2007 REAGAN ALMOST NEVER SAID "TEAR DOWN THIS WALL." : Article - News - The line the ... Tue Jun 19, 2007 A conservative's answer to Wikipedia Tue Jun 19, 2007 ROCKY ADMITS THE TRUTH : Delgadillo admits wife drove city SUV Tue Jun 19, 2007 Anger over silence about killing Tue Jun 19, 2007 Fw: GOOD IDEA : Schools Plan to Pay Cash for Marks - New York Times Tue Jun 19, 2007 Police May Face an Alcohol Test After Shootings - New York Times Tue Jun 19, 2007 Two-day Revolution 2007 crusade a success | Riverside | | Southern Califo... Tue Jun 19, 2007

OC CHURCH WORKERS DEMAND AFFORDABLE HOUSING :Article - News - Church members dem... Mon Jun 18, 2007 Press-Telegram - Yet another surreal twist to Kobe saga Mon Jun 18, 2007 Press-Telegram - Topless woman wins a suit Mon Jun 18, 2007 NIFONG MUST LEAVE IMMEDIATELY : Daily Breeze - Associated Press Mon Jun 18, 2007 On school menus: cheese sandwiches, parental debt Mon Jun 18, 2007 L.A. man indicted on animal cruelty charges Mon Jun 18, 2007 Fw: I THOUGHT THIS WAS STEVE LOPEZ' STORY : Delgadillo admits wife drove city SU... Mon Jun 18, 2007 Race Car Spins Into Parade Crowd, Kills 4 and Injures 15 Mon Jun 18, 2007 Maverick Teachers' Key D.C. Moment Mon Jun 18, 2007 Airlines claim victory against LAX but ruling isn't total defeat Sun Jun 17, 2007 ‘Saint’ Anne hit by a devil of a lawsuit-News-World-US & Americas-TimesOnlin... Sun Jun 17, 2007 Bloomberg has gun lobby — and the presidency — in his sights-News-World-US &... Sun Jun 17, 2007 Erasing Tattoos, Out of Regret or for a New Canvas - New York Times Sun Jun 17, 2007 Montauk shark tourney draws enthusiasts, protesters Sat Jun 16, 2007 Father returns for questioning in quadruple slaying Sat Jun 16, 2007 TIGER SHOWING TEETH @ US OPEN Sat Jun 16, 2007 Press-Telegram - <b>Special Olympics:</b> Johnson a unique athlete Sat Jun 16, 2007 'Mistake hanging' leads to automatic death sentence appeal Sat Jun 16, 2007 In the Philippines, cockfighting is in the blood Sat Jun 16, 2007 Disiplinary committee finds Duke prosecutor broke ethics rules Sat Jun 16, 2007 Pests That Bite and Slither? Call Snake Wranglers - New York Times Sat Jun 16, 2007 'A Little Dog' Has His Days Sat Jun 16, 2007 An Also-Ran in the GOP Polls, Ron Paul Is Huge on the Web Sat Jun 16, 2007 'When Is It Going to Stop?' Sat Jun 16, 2007 Understanding Epilepsy Fri Jun 15, 2007 RE STEM CELL RESEARCH: Red science vs. blue science Fri Jun 15, 2007

The Seattle Times: A covenant to take care of the Creator's handiwork Fri Jun 15, 2007 The Seattle Times: Louisiana raises fuss over "Viagra Oysters" Fri Jun 15, 2007 The Seattle Times: Costa Rica farmers escape poverty on wings of butterflies Fri Jun 15, 2007 Boston Red Sox - Bonds is bashing -- and bashed - The Boston Globe Fri Jun 15, 2007 Redlands Daily Facts - Local officers, athlete run with Special Olympics torch Fri Jun 15, 2007 ARNOLD SPEAKS BLUNTLY : Governor: Spanish media hinder English Fri Jun 15, 2007 Curious crowd watches as 1957 Plymouth Belvedere is unearthed in Tulsa Fri Jun 15, 2007 Silvering bard by the bay Fri Jun 15, 2007 Woman killed in wrong-way car chase on I-5 Fri Jun 15, 2007 Psych ward no Hilton, say L.A. jail vets Fri Jun 15, 2007 Cons really glad to get Paris back in the joint Fri Jun 15, 2007 Cons really glad to get Paris back in the joint Fri Jun 15, 2007 On Mt. Shasta, Winter’s Wrath Knows No Calendar - New York Times Fri Jun 15, 2007 Earsplitting Symphony, With the Maestro in Blue - New York Times Fri Jun 15, 2007 2,500 Bikes Look a Lot Alike At Amsterdam Central Fri Jun 15, 2007 Fw: BILLY GRAHAM'S WIFE DIES : Latest from the Associated Press Thu Jun 14, 2007 Did Long Beach football star kill teen over 'colors'? Thu Jun 14, 2007 Gas leak closes Pasadena supermarket Thu Jun 14, 2007 Hilton will do more time than most, analysis finds Thu Jun 14, 2007 Mr. Mayor: Shut up, grow up, slow down Thu Jun 14, 2007 Former U.N. chief Kurt Waldheim dead at 88 Thu Jun 14, 2007 L.A. city attorney dodges questions on accident Thu Jun 14, 2007 Brewer unveils 'innovation' unit for LAUSD Thu Jun 14, 2007 Shimon Peres Easily Wins Israeli Presidency Thu Jun 14, 2007 Bush Aides Helped Respond to Firings, E-Mails Show Thu Jun 14, 2007 Tigers' Verlander basks in no-hitter afterglow Wed Jun 13, 2007 Grieving and Loss-Some Guideline for Recovery After the Loss of a Pet Friendly P... Wed Jun 13, 2007 Grieving the Loss of a Pet Wed Jun 13, 2007

Article - News - Lost family dog found after 7 years Wed Jun 13, 2007 Union eyes teachers at charter schools Wed Jun 13, 2007 Woman dies in ER as 911 refuses to help Wed Jun 13, 2007 LAUSD seeks to waive teaching rules Wed Jun 13, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Latest from the Associated Press Wed Jun 13, 2007 'Miracle' rescinded by appeal Wed Jun 13, 2007 Terrorism - Jihad Etiquette - Islam - Militants - Middle East - Iraq - Jordan - ... Wed Jun 13, 2007 My Dog Days - New York Times Wed Jun 13, 2007 A peak inside the set of Ocean's 13 - Main Page - Alextimes - Alexandria Times :... Tue Jun 12, 2007 The Denver Post - Spurs take 3-0 series lead Tue Jun 12, 2007 [COMMUNITY] Commentary: Will Blacks And Whites Ever Agree On Rac... Tue Jun 12, 2007 Article - News - Pooch Park opening a success Tue Jun 12, 2007 Article - News - No break for Hilton in O.C. Tue Jun 12, 2007 HILTONS PARENTS VISIT JAIL Tue Jun 12, 2007 Defense lawyer's famous roar is muzzled Tue Jun 12, 2007 Effort launched to recall Sheriff Baca Tue Jun 12, 2007 What money can't buy Tue Jun 12, 2007 Text messaging to 911? LAPD seeks to let 911 callers send text messages, photos Tue Jun 12, 2007 HILTONS' AFTER-JAIL PARTY PLAN - Gossip | Celebrity Gossip | Photos Tue Jun 12, 2007 Former Corona official is buoyed by his passion -- the ocean | Inland News | PE.... Tue Jun 12, 2007 Fielder: Prince of the plate Tue Jun 12, 2007 Will jailbird Paris campaign for chickens? - Gossip: The Scoop - Tue Jun 12, 2007 -- Durham County DA's handling of Duke case 'reverberates' heading into ethics t... Tue Jun 12, 2007 -- Burger King ignites Spam war with McDonald's, begins offering the canned meat... Tue Jun 12, 2007 > News > Nation -- Former New Orleans officer accused in vide... Tue Jun 12, 2007

Fw: TOILET WATER CLEANER THAN DRINKING FOUNTAIN : The Denver Post - Teen: Toilet... Mon Jun 11, 2007 The Denver Post - Millions of Americans are embracing the ancient Chinese practi... Mon Jun 11, 2007 CRAZY : THEY CALL IT " CAR SURFING " : The Denver Post - Boy, 17, in critical co... Mon Jun 11, 2007 BONDS HITS #747 Mon Jun 11, 2007 PRAY FOR THE DEMISE OF THE BOOM BOOM ROOM- Save the Boom hits Hollywood Mon Jun 11, 2007 Article - News - Save the Boom hits Hollywood Mon Jun 11, 2007 Inmates decry loss of books Mon Jun 11, 2007 Storm brews in teachers union over L.A. school district reform Mon Jun 11, 2007 Sharpton to meet with Baca to discuss Hilton decision Mon Jun 11, 2007 Warning: Trains Coming. A Masterpiece Is at Risk. - New York Times Mon Jun 11, 2007 Judge Throws Out Sentence in Teen Sex Case - New York Times Mon Jun 11, 2007 Worn Down by Waves of Change Mon Jun 11, 2007 INFORMATIVE : Taking On Alzheimer’s - New York Times Sun Jun 10, 2007 On the Block in California - New York Times Sun Jun 10, 2007 Cool Reception for Bible Park in Bible Belt - New York Times Sun Jun 10, 2007 Dozen Top Legal Scholars Line Up for Libby Appeal Sun Jun 10, 2007 MORE RE PARIS HILTON Sun Jun 10, 2007 Denver takes different route to quiet bikes Sun Jun 10, 2007 Sheehan to sell protest site to L.A. radio host Sun Jun 10, 2007 Tug-of-war over Hilton raises larger questions Sun Jun 10, 2007 Wife sentenced in preacher's death Sat Jun 09, 2007 Dad charged in son's slaying Sat Jun 09, 2007 Muscle Cream Caused NYC Teen's Death Sat Jun 09, 2007 Few changes likely for Cup champion Ducks | Sports | | Southern Californi... Sat Jun 09, 2007 Letterman plotter escapes prison - Crime & Punishment - Sat Jun 09, 2007 Press-Telegram - Ducks' triumph leaves Miller melancholy Sat Jun 09, 2007

Pasadena Star-News - Ducks had the right mix Sat Jun 09, 2007 O Canada, how can this be? Sat Jun 09, 2007 THE DUCKS ARE NO LONGER A MICKEY-MOUSE TEAM : The Cup belongs in the OC Sat Jun 09, 2007 Article - News - Ducks fans to mob arena Sat Jun 09, 2007 Article - News - Ducks fans to mob arena Sat Jun 09, 2007 Ducks Prove Their Might By Winning Stanley Cup Sat Jun 09, 2007 Paris Hilton's Grim-Reality Show Sat Jun 09, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Jun 08, 2007 Doing a duty against doo-doo Fri Jun 08, 2007 THIS GUY IS BAD NEWS : Phil Spector trial shows ugly side of Hollywood - Fri Jun 08, 2007 Tenn. wife sentenced in preacher's death - Yahoo! News Fri Jun 08, 2007 Celizic: Beard’s Playboy cover worth cheering about - Other Sports - Fri Jun 08, 2007 A crying Hilton is sent back to jail Fri Jun 08, 2007 Pets have burial grounds, too By Lori Porter Fri Jun 08, 2007 THIS (NOW)FAMOUS WRITER HAS A NAME LIKE MINË : K. Dick: A Sage of the Fu... Fri Jun 08, 2007 Ducks plan to keep Stanley Cup busy Thu Jun 07, 2007 Hockey overnight: Ducks' title ranks with Southland's top achievements Thu Jun 07, 2007 -- Seattle transient in sleeping bag killed by brush cutter preparing for highwa... Thu Jun 07, 2007 'Five second rule' for food? Drop it! Thu Jun 07, 2007 Bear Tries to Pull Girl Scout From Tent Thu Jun 07, 2007 Barker brings the 'Price' on down one more time - Wed Jun 06, 2007 - Scores Wed Jun 06, 2007 NHL - Ottawa Senators/Anaheim Ducks Recap Wednesday June 6, 2007 - Yahoo! Sports Wed Jun 06, 2007 PASTOR MAKES BOMB THREAT Wed Jun 06, 2007 Ostrich Ink: THE TRUE STORY OF A CANINE EXORCISM by Kyle Buchanan Wed Jun 06, 2007

The Denver Post - Girl missing a year found locked in Conn. home Wed Jun 06, 2007 Press-Telegram - Porn sees light of day Wed Jun 06, 2007 Press-Telegram - Doing porn an easy job to get but loaded with downsides Wed Jun 06, 2007 Press-Telegram - Porn biz "forces you to grow up" Wed Jun 06, 2007 Press-Telegram - Porn stars belt it at karaoke Wed Jun 06, 2007 Scare as man tries to board popemobile - Wed Jun 06, 2007 SEIZURES DON'T CAUSE PAIN ? put him down before it gets worse? | Ask MetaFilter Wed Jun 06, 2007 Department of Clinical Sciences - Neurology-Brain Tumors Wed Jun 06, 2007 Katrina Rescue having seizures Wed Jun 06, 2007 urbanhound - the city dog's ultimate survival guide Wed Jun 06, 2007 Demon Exorcism, Possession, Goat/Sheep Metaphors Tue Jun 05, 2007 Ostrich Ink: THE TRUE STORY OF A CANINE EXORCISM by Kyle Buchanan Tue Jun 05, 2007 Billy Joel's $16.75M surprise Tue Jun 05, 2007 ARTICLE RE FULLER PROF W CANCER : 'Rejoice always': a lesson in dying Tue Jun 05, 2007 Grocery list: eggs, cereal ... deep-tissue massage? Tue Jun 05, 2007 Zoe Williams: The doggy bridge of sighs | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited Tue Jun 05, 2007 Snake on a plane was calm, DJ recalls Tue Jun 05, 2007 Hall of Famer worried by Upshaw remarks - NFL - Tue Jun 05, 2007 INMATE WANTS TO DELIVER PERFECT JOKE BEFORE HE DIES : -- Condemned Texas inmate ... Tue Jun 05, 2007 U.S. illusionist in Times Square cement box stunt Tue Jun 05, 2007 -- Sen. Thomas of Wyoming in serious condition with leukemia Tue Jun 05, 2007 -- Kangaroo dies hours after tranquilizer capture in Indiana Tue Jun 05, 2007 RULING GREEN LIGHTS MORE PROFANITY ON THE AIR - Court rules that FCC's policy on... Tue Jun 05, 2007 > News > Nation -- Court rules that FCC's policy on expletive... Tue Jun 05, 2007 > News > Nation -- Libby gets 2½ years in prison in CIA leak ... Tue Jun 05, 2007

Fw: NEW STUDY SUGGESTS DOGS ARE MUCH SMARTER THAN WE REALIZE : What Were They Th... Tue Jun 05, 2007 Fw: SCOOTER LIBBY GETS SENTENCED TODAY : Libby Faces Sentencing in CIA Leak Case Tue Jun 05, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Man crashes through police department gate Tue Jun 05, 2007 Article - News - Woodshop teacher takes up magic Tue Jun 05, 2007 ALL OF THE CANDIDATES CLAIM THEY ARE CHRISTIAN : Latest from the Associated Pres... Tue Jun 05, 2007 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES TALK ABOUT THEIR FAITH Tue Jun 05, 2007 OUR DAILY BREAD RESTAURANT : - Answered prayers Tue Jun 05, 2007 UNFAIR : PORNOGRAPHERS GET BIG TAX BREAKS : - Porn profits high, but little for ... Tue Jun 05, 2007 - Porn profits high, but little for L.A.'s coffers Tue Jun 05, 2007 Press-Telegram - Ducks have Cup in sight Tue Jun 05, 2007 2 HIGH SCHOOLS FIGHT : 100 students involved in fight by Warren H.S. Tue Jun 05, 2007 Fw: WHAT WOULD JESUS DRINK ? The Denver Post - What would Jesus drink? Tue Jun 05, 2007 The Denver Post - Boots: Capitol Hill cowboys Tue Jun 05, 2007 - For Coors, "Water is water" Tue Jun 05, 2007 Westchester closer to gaining school control Mon Jun 04, 2007 -- Former S.C. teacher pleads guilty, is sentenced to 10 years for sex with stud... Mon Jun 04, 2007 Fw: RE WHERE I WAS TODAY : Westchester closer to gaining school control Mon Jun 04, 2007 In Holloway case, Aruba also suffers Mon Jun 04, 2007 SO MUCH SADNESS : Man dies after jumping off freeway in Santa Clarita Mon Jun 04, 2007 Check All - Clear All 3400 FLORIDA B-BALL COACH CHANGING MIND ABOUT LEAVING : Report: Donovan trying to ret... Sun Jun 03, 2007 News - Steeply satisfying - Sun Jun 03, 2007 Boy dies after being thrown from car | Inland News | | Southern Californi... Sun Jun 03, 2007 4 TEEN SUICIDES IN 6 MONTHS, PALM SPRINGS AREÄ : Parents left asking why Sun Jun 03, 2007 KILLER BANK ROBBER CONFESSES Sun Jun 03, 2007

-- Family rescued after $1.2M sailboat sinks off Miami coast Sun Jun 03, 2007 -- Investors say oilman swindled them out of millions, then turned up on MTV's '... Sun Jun 03, 2007 - Traffic stop in Minn. yields more than a ton of pot – and 20 tons of candy Sun Jun 03, 2007 Sexiness seen as power in a porn-driven, 'look-at-me' culture Sun Jun 03, 2007 -- Beaches are likely to reopen Sun Jun 03, 2007 TB Patient's Relative to Be Investigated Sun Jun 03, 2007 Press-Telegram - Facing the boss Sun Jun 03, 2007 Fw: DID GOV. ARNOLD ILLEGALLY SMOKE A CUBAN CIGAR ? Press-Telegram - Governor fe... Sun Jun 03, 2007 LA Daily News - Theft of war veteran's scooter cowardly act Sun Jun 03, 2007 LA Daily News - Latest from the Associated Press Sun Jun 03, 2007 LA Daily News - Porn: The Valley's secret industry Sun Jun 03, 2007 Man eats record-breaking 59 1-2 hot dogs - Yahoo! News Sat Jun 02, 2007 Autopsy: Teen accidentally hanged himself Sat Jun 02, 2007 PAUL NEWMAN DONATES 10 MIL TO KENYON COLLEGE Sat Jun 02, 2007 PRAY FOR AN ANSWER TO THE PROBLEM OF PORN : For Pornographers, Internet’s Virt... Sat Jun 02, 2007 Lohan's dad: Lindsay hooked on OxyContin - Yahoo! News Sat Jun 02, 2007 Kidney transplant TV show is a hoax - Yahoo! News Sat Jun 02, 2007 Press-Telegram - L.B. home to Special Olympics in SoCal Sat Jun 02, 2007 INSPIRING STORY RE BLIND LB STUDENT : Press-Telegram - Wilson student looks beyo... Sat Jun 02, 2007 Press-Telegram - Thieves steal ATM Sat Jun 02, 2007 TB Quarantine Raises Legal Questions Sat Jun 02, 2007 Cheering ban costs five students their H.S. diplomas - Sat Jun 02, 2007 Report: TB patient maintains he is married - Sat Jun 02, 2007 Border alert on TB patient disregarded Fri Jun 01, 2007 Scuba lessons below the Eiffel Tower Fri Jun 01, 2007 Rules laid down for Paris' jail time Fri Jun 01, 2007

L.A. mayor's smooth ride has gotten bumpier Fri Jun 01, 2007 Publisher aims to teach kids right from left Fri Jun 01, 2007 Abandoned baby Found Alive ! Fri Jun 01, 2007 Rodriguez Keeps Straddling Baseball’s Foul Line - New York Times Fri Jun 01, 2007 White House follows new path to secrecy - Yahoo! News Fri Jun 01, 2007 LOCH NESS Thu May 31, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - West won't be riding to rescue Thu May 31, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Trial set for teacher accused of having sex with former stu... Thu May 31, 2007 Altadena man indicted on porn charges Thu May 31, 2007 O.C. arson, murder suspect will return to Calif. Thu May 31, 2007 Man With Rare TB Easily Eluded Safeguards Thu May 31, 2007 Bonds 'not worried' about providing for Hall of Fame Wed May 30, 2007 Duke lacrosse denied a storybook ending Wed May 30, 2007 FORMER PARAMOUNT STUDIO CHAIRPERSON STARTED AS A SUBSTITUTE : Hollywood, LAUSD p... Wed May 30, 2007 ANOTHER COP GONE BAD : Detroit cop accused of forcing couples into sex acts face... Wed May 30, 2007 BUSH BROTHER IN EDUCATION BUSINESS : Neil Bush Spreads His Vision of Computerize... Wed May 30, 2007 TB Patient Is Isolated After Taking Two Flights - New York Times Wed May 30, 2007 Cavaliers Show Mettle, Tie Series Wed May 30, 2007 BUDDHISM IN CHICAGO Tue May 29, 2007 LOUIS FARRAKHAN SAYS MUSLIMS ARE CHRISTIANS... Tue May 29, 2007 MAN TELLS WOMEN AT RANDOM TO KICK HIM Tue May 29, 2007 BUSH DISAGREES W POLLS Tue May 29, 2007 OFF DUTY COP TACKLED BY CONCERNED FATHER @ STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL : -LAPD officer... Tue May 29, 2007 > News > AP News Tue May 29, 2007 CREATION MUSEUM OPENS : Bible-based Creation Museum attracts thousands in Kentuc... Tue May 29, 2007

JERRY BUSS ARRESTED : -- Lakers owner Buss arrested in Carlsbad on DUI suspicion Tue May 29, 2007 Press-Telegram - Cindy Sheehan `resigns' as protest leader, goes back to Calif. Tue May 29, 2007 Mom, 3 children hanged in Texas trailer; infant found alive Tue May 29, 2007 JIM, PRAY FOR THE HIPPIE-WANNABEES : There's not a lot of love in the Haight Tue May 29, 2007 Shooting by deputy was unprovoked, prosecutor tells jury Tue May 29, 2007 > News > Nation -- Lay preacher steps into spotlight Mon May 28, 2007 Oh, Gosh. First, I’d Like to Thank All the Actual People. - New York Times Mon May 28, 2007 New Miss Universe to be crowned tonight Mon May 28, 2007 Body of Patriots' DE Hill found in lake - NFL - Mon May 28, 2007 Fans get a first glimpse at 'Star Wars' on TV Mon May 28, 2007 Doctors' list puts a price on care Mon May 28, 2007 A plot both wide and thick Mon May 28, 2007 Bruce McNall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mon May 28, 2007 Press-Telegram - Ottawa and Anaheim a world apart Mon May 28, 2007 Press-Telegram - Ducks' slogan: `Win It For Teemu' Mon May 28, 2007 WHERE MEMORIAL DAY BEGAN : - Memorial Day's roots run deep in N.Y. village Mon May 28, 2007 ‘I passed a man who was carrying blonde girl in pink pyjamas’-News-World-Eur... Mon May 28, 2007 The running, and catching, of the bull in Mattituck Mon May 28, 2007 Rocking Hampton's fundraising circuit Mon May 28, 2007 Lohan's dad says Lindsay needs to find 'God' Mon May 28, 2007 Vets' broken bodies and tormented minds Sun May 27, 2007 BBONDS Pasadena Star-News - Latest from the Associated Press Sun May 27, 2007 Army and Air Force Deny Formal Links To Christian Event Sun May 27, 2007 Balloon forces helicopter to land Sun May 27, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Ducks sail into uncharted waters Sat May 26, 2007 Impostor shakes up Stanford Sat May 26, 2007

Hockey's Ducks filling arena for a change Sat May 26, 2007 Christians prepare to celebrate the church's birth Sat May 26, 2007 Riis admits using EPO during 1996 Tour de France victory Sat May 26, 2007 Expert says work done on Oakland freeway wasn't enough Fri May 25, 2007 LAUSD to be sliced from top Fri May 25, 2007 Ex-schools chief in O.C. indicted Fri May 25, 2007 Cicadas' arrival not on the nose Thu May 24, 2007 City hopes 'BigBelly' means cleaner lakefront beaches Thu May 24, 2007 Convicted rapist isn't welcome in Manhattan Thu May 24, 2007 THEY CAUGHT REGGIE ! Reggie, the alligator, captured Thu May 24, 2007 Man accused of trying to smuggle 700 snakes on a plane at Cairo airport Thu May 24, 2007 Coming back from a big loss Wed May 23, 2007 Health Leader, Good News for Ulcer Sufferers Wed May 23, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Statue planned for local legend Wed May 23, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Study: Heavy rains may trigger quakes Wed May 23, 2007 GO DUCKS ! ANAHEIM BEATS DETROIT : NHL - Detroit Red Wings/Anaheim Ducks Recap T... Wed May 23, 2007 Enticing Tourists Is an Art for Tanzania's Safari Guides Wed May 23, 2007 When Bush Is in Crawford, Select Staffers Are in Trailers Wed May 23, 2007 SAYING GOODBYE TO JERRY FALWELL : Religious and Political Icons Join Thousands M... Wed May 23, 2007 Aerospace industry learning to think young Tue May 22, 2007 MB dog owners unleash park plans Tue May 22, 2007 LA Daily News - Death on tracks ends lovers' spat Tue May 22, 2007 IS MCCAIN TOO MUCH OF A HOT HEAD TO BE PRESIDENT ? McCain's temper back on campa... Tue May 22, 2007 Some younger U.S. Muslims say suicide bombings could be justified Tue May 22, 2007 OSCAR DE LA HOYA WENT TO GARFIELD HIGH : East L.A.'s loss is personal Tue May 22, 2007 BIG FIRE @ LA SCHOOL : East L.A.'s loss is personal Tue May 22, 2007

Cross-examination of Landis focuses on fired manager Tue May 22, 2007 Convicted Murderer Is Freed in Wake of Tainted Evidence - New York Times Tue May 22, 2007 Cancer Care Seeks to Take Patients Beyond Survival - New York Times Tue May 22, 2007 GIULIANI HAS CRITICS : Onetime Giuliani Insider Is Now a Critic - New York Times Tue May 22, 2007 BAD TIMES IN MICHIGAN : Michigan feels economic chill Mon May 21, 2007 FIRE @ GARFIELD HIGH : Cause of $30-million Garfield High fire still a mystery Mon May 21, 2007 Contractor wears 2 hats on jobs for L.A. Unified Mon May 21, 2007 The student as teacher - The Boston Globe Mon May 21, 2007 THE HORROR OF SO-CALLED "HONOR KILLINGS" :Four arrested in Iraq 'honor killing' ... Mon May 21, 2007 Under oath, Landis denies doping Mon May 21, 2007 Journal Gazette | 05/20/2007 | Abstinence-only sex ed dies quietly Mon May 21, 2007 MyFox Tampa Bay | Anaheim Ducks Stun Detroit Red Wings to Seize 3-2 Lead Mon May 21, 2007 WHITE HOUSE CALLS CARTER "INCREASINGLY IRRELEVANT" ! White House hits back at Ca... Sun May 20, 2007 YouTube and MySpace campaign for political positions Sun May 20, 2007 Leaving a big mess on campus Sun May 20, 2007 Two in drag-racing crowd die Sun May 20, 2007 Fw: APPARENTLY BELLFLOWER HAD SAME SELF-STORAGE FATE : Pasadena residents draw a... Sun May 20, 2007 Tale of last 90 minutes of woman's life Sun May 20, 2007 Indians Divided on Kissing A Cultural Taboo Goodbye Sun May 20, 2007 Evolution Opponent Is in Line for Schools Post - New York Times Sun May 20, 2007 2 Are Killed in Shooting at Idaho Church - New York Times Sun May 20, 2007 Knowing when to put your dog down - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Sun May 20, 2007 When should you put your dog down? - By Jon Katz - Slate Magazine Sun May 20, 2007 Article - News - Show fills the lot Sat May 19, 2007 Lee hits grand slam in win Sat May 19, 2007

FBI @ UC IRVINE Sat May 19, 2007 FOR THE FIRST TIME : China to join '08 Rose Parade Sat May 19, 2007 At Wal-Mart, Clinton didn't upset any carts Sat May 19, 2007 Students' rights versus limited means Sat May 19, 2007 '08 hopefuls eye immigration bill warily Sat May 19, 2007 'Rosary Bowl' seeks to revive a once-vibrant tradition Sat May 19, 2007 Landis' former manager apologizes for phone call Sat May 19, 2007 San Jose Mercury News - Two whales a sensation in Sacramento Sat May 19, 2007 DNR confirms presence of lethal fish virus in Lake Winnebago - The Money Times Sat May 19, 2007 CAVALIERS BEAT NETS 051807 Fri May 18, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - PCC to aid bid for residency by teacher Fri May 18, 2007 PHIL SPECTOR SEEMS GUILTY - `I think I killed somebody' Fri May 18, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - The art of teaching Fri May 18, 2007 DAKOTA LAWMAKER CHARGED W RAPE Fri May 18, 2007 Judge: Defendant's apology an 'insult' Fri May 18, 2007 Celebrity trial attorneys go back to school Fri May 18, 2007 Fw: A MOTHER TAKES BULLYING PUNISHMENT INTO HER OWN HANDS : Girl receives harsh ... Fri May 18, 2007 LA Daily News - Study finds brains of kids 10 to 12 are fully developed in many ... Fri May 18, 2007 LA Daily News - Luke, Owen and Andrew Wilson join forces Fri May 18, 2007 A family defined by love Thu May 17, 2007 Hilton will not appeal jail sentence Thu May 17, 2007 Taller, Faster Officers on Patrol as Police Dept. Gets 10 Segways - New York Tim... Thu May 17, 2007 Fw: Re: THIS IS WHY AMERICANS CAN JOIN IN THE CELEBRATION ... Thu May 17, 2007 Why Women Avoid Mammograms (6 Letters) - New York Times Thu May 17, 2007 Handling House Calls in a Managed-Care World - New York Times Thu May 17, 2007 For ’08 Résumés, Don’t Ask Them to Fill in Blanks - New York Times Thu May 17, 2007 WC Douglass Daily Dose - Imagine Getting Rich as Ignored Stocks Soar Thu May 17, 2007 35k

Wiccans Keep the Faith With a Religion Under Wraps - New York Times Thu May 17, 2007 OUR CANDIDATES ARE GLOSSING OVER THE PAST : For ’08 Résumés, Don’t Ask Th... Thu May 17, 2007 Jeanie Buss takes issue with comments by brother Jim about Jackson Wed May 16, 2007 Daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. Dies Wed May 16, 2007 Battle stations simulated at Great Lakes Wed May 16, 2007 Whites not immune to racial hostility Wed May 16, 2007 Re BULLS COMEBACK V PISTONS Wed May 16, 2007 Aide: Sick Ashcroft pressed to approve domestic spying - Wed May 16, 2007 Boy sought in assault on classmate with hammer Wed May 16, 2007 Texas pol blames U.S. for 9/11 in GOP faceoff Wed May 16, 2007 Pure Horserace: Scoring The GOP Debate, CBS' Vaughn Ververs Weighs In On The Pun... Wed May 16, 2007 LA Daily News - Autism diagnosed, treated in babies Tue May 15, 2007 LA Daily News - Fanatic about 'Tonight Show' Tue May 15, 2007 The Iraq war, MTV-style Tue May 15, 2007 Presidential candidates divided on Iraq exit Tue May 15, 2007 Republican presidential candidates stick to the playbook Tue May 15, 2007 Villaraigosa to offer green plan for L.A. Tue May 15, 2007 An Amputee Sprinter: Is He Disabled or Too-Abled? - New York Times Tue May 15, 2007 A magical mystery maypole rises in Brentwood Mon May 14, 2007 Staying way after school Mon May 14, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - A city divided Mon May 14, 2007 DRIVERS DRIVING, SUSPENDED LICENSE Mon May 14, 2007 GET RICH QUICK : START A DOG DAYCARE CENTER IN LOS ANGELES ! Mon May 14, 2007 NEW POSTAGE RATES : Size matters, so does shape under new postal rates - Sun May 13, 2007 LA Daily News - Villaraigosa: May 1 melee will cost taxpayers millions Sun May 13, 2007

HOPEFULLY NOT NEEDED FOR GRANDKIDS - Drug-test kits a big hit with parents Sun May 13, 2007 Obama mocks Bush in interview Sun May 13, 2007 88 YEAR OLD TEACHER STILL TEACHING FOR LAUSD : At 88, she is the voice of experi... Sun May 13, 2007 -- Vallejo father shot dead by 4-year-old son Sun May 13, 2007 FALSE ALARM CAUSES WOMAN TO JUMP Sun May 13, 2007 2 FOOLS DEAD : Feud turned deadly in N.H. - The Boston Globe Sun May 13, 2007 The Denver Post - We've forgotten how to fight back Sun May 13, 2007 AND A CHRISTIAN - Anschutz forges glittering L.A. empire Sat May 12, 2007 BIG MAN IN DENVER, BIG MAN IN L.A. : - Anschutz forges glittering L.A. empire Sat May 12, 2007 PROVOCATIVE : God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything - Christopher Hi... Sat May 12, 2007 Burglary Charge Is Costly for Rutgers Class President - New York Times Sat May 12, 2007 On the Snake River, Dam’s Natural Allies Seem to Have a Change of Heart - New ... Sat May 12, 2007 Adventures in Dreamland - New York Times Sat May 12, 2007 LA Daily News - Suspect can't be close to Wiesel Sat May 12, 2007 PROTESTANTS INCREASING FASTER THAN CATHOLICS : LA Daily News - Benedict stresses... Sat May 12, 2007 Check All - Clear All 3600 20th CHICAGO STUDENT KILLED Sat May 12, 2007 College honors 13 denied shot at stars Sat May 12, 2007 Blair's heir apparent formally launches bid Sat May 12, 2007 New charges face pastor in spanking Sat May 12, 2007 The Seattle Times: Murder charges dropped in 1982 slaying Sat May 12, 2007 - Biola names new leader Sat May 12, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Park headed for extinction? Sat May 12, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Aspiring teachers vie for positions Sat May 12, 2007 BODE MILLERS COUSIN SHOOTS COP Sat May 12, 2007 Press-Telegram - Island has a rich history Sat May 12, 2007

- Pedro cliffs claim new victims: 1 dead, 1 hurt Sat May 12, 2007 POLICE OFFICER RAMS AUTO, KILLING DISABLED MAN : LA Daily News - LAPD sergeant r... Sat May 12, 2007 LA Daily News - A vision of Spain in Calabasas Sat May 12, 2007 A police review describes flaws in Duke rape case Sat May 12, 2007 Far from island, some can only wait in the dark Sat May 12, 2007 He's come back from the depths Sat May 12, 2007 After such a huge threat, Avalon's loss is small Sat May 12, 2007 - Sports - Dissing Tiger is not a good idea Sat May 12, 2007 The Coventry Courier - Two more cents for the postmaster Sat May 12, 2007 Pet tiger mauls human friend - Pet Health - Fri May 11, 2007 Al SHARPTON CALLED "RACE BAITER" Fri May 11, 2007 LA Daily News - Reporting Pasadena news from India Fri May 11, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri May 11, 2007 Angels need to beg, borrow or steal Fri May 11, 2007 Residents anxious to return to Avalon Fri May 11, 2007 The Real Owner of All Those Planes - New York Times Fri May 11, 2007 Prison Tourism - Travel - New York Times Fri May 11, 2007 Chicago-area company implicated in tainted pet food Thu May 10, 2007 HBO chief fired over arrest for altercation - The Boston Globe Thu May 10, 2007 FBI cites cash, videotape as evidence against officer - The Boston Globe Thu May 10, 2007 The Seattle Times: Woman who posed as teenage boy pleads guilty to molestation Thu May 10, 2007 The Seattle Times: Ore. man who bought fake Rolex watches faces stiff fine Thu May 10, 2007 The Seattle Times: Efforts at BCC to combat bias are criticized Thu May 10, 2007 Lake Elsinore moves to tighten rules on massage parlors | Riverside County | PE.... Thu May 10, 2007 Lawsuit alleges trendy Pinkberry product isn't actually frozen yogurt Thu May 10, 2007 RECORD HEAT : Heat has bees flying, suntan lotion flowing, people chilling Thu May 10, 2007 FIRE ON CATALINA ISLAND - Associated Press Thu May 10, 2007

RED SNAPPER IS ACTUALLY TALAPIA Thu May 10, 2007 'The Canon: A Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science' by Natalie Angi... Thu May 10, 2007 IF YOU HAVE RATS YOU SHOULD READ THIS : They scamper, we stalk Thu May 10, 2007 President Offers 'Prayers and Concerns' to Kansas Town Thu May 10, 2007 Parents and District Settle Dispute on Teacher’s Religious Remarks - New York ... Thu May 10, 2007 PGA Tour Caddies Finally Take a Load Off Their Shoulders - New York Times Thu May 10, 2007 HOW DRUG COMPANIES INFLUENCE DOCTORS : Psychiatrists, Children and Drug Industry... Thu May 10, 2007 MAGNUM IS BACK ! Wed May 09, 2007 > News > State -- Amtrak train collides with small SUV near M... Wed May 09, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Pet saviors Wed May 09, 2007 [COMMUNITY] Eurocentric Curricula Damage Black Students Wed May 09, 2007 Union Station closed down after explosives component in suitcase is taken Wed May 09, 2007 Hundreds flee as wind drives flames through Griffith Park Wed May 09, 2007 ‘Top Chef’ Dreams Crushed by Student Loan Debt - New York Times Wed May 09, 2007 In Los Angeles, the Accidental Pizza Maker - New York Times Wed May 09, 2007 The Five-Second Rule Explored, or How Dirty Is That Bologna? - New York Times Wed May 09, 2007 Wildfire Rages in Park in Los Angeles - New York Times Wed May 09, 2007 HERODS TOMB DISCOVERED : At Herod's Site, New Hopes and Fears Wed May 09, 2007 - Study: Conceiving in Summer Lowers Baby's Future Test Scores - Hea... Wed May 09, 2007 'Don't free Paris' t-shirts go on sale Wed May 09, 2007 17 penalized in 'mortgage flipping' Tue May 08, 2007 NEW PRESIDENT IN FRANCE Tue May 08, 2007 OJ SIMPSON KICKED OUT OF RESTAURANT Tue May 08, 2007 Suspect in April break-in and attack on teen arrested Tue May 08, 2007

AS I WAS SAYING : Word on water: conservation Tue May 08, 2007 Man decapitates woman, then attempts it on himself Tue May 08, 2007 Stagecoach Country Music Festival - Music - Column - New York Times Tue May 08, 2007 - News - Bush welcomes Queen with royal blunder Tue May 08, 2007 Cho Didn't Get Court-Ordered Treatment - Tue May 08, 2007 Brightest end to biggest star Tue May 08, 2007 Oh, no! Patient's not dying after all Tue May 08, 2007 Unfazed by his judgment of Paris Tue May 08, 2007 -- Man stuck in ski boat propeller on Lake Sonoma dies Mon May 07, 2007 MAN FOUND BOUND & BURNED Mon May 07, 2007 ANOTHER A-HOLE COP : -- Florida deputy suspended after rough arrest of woman who... Mon May 07, 2007 -- Anchor failure blamed for 2 climbers' deaths on snowy slopes of Wyoming's Gra... Mon May 07, 2007 -- Police say Ohio couple put boy in cage, made him wear shock collar to punish ... Mon May 07, 2007 > News > Nation -- College student shoots roommate, kills sel... Mon May 07, 2007 -- To keep up with scientific advances, judges get training in genetics, technol... Mon May 07, 2007 -- Videos being reviewed in deadly Las Vegas Strip parking explosion Mon May 07, 2007 - Top painter to lose home over nude 'Mother India' Mon May 07, 2007 Spiders in BOYS EAR Mon May 07, 2007 California Gains Clout With Earlier Primary - New York Times Mon May 07, 2007 Is There Disdain For Evangelicals In the Classroom? Mon May 07, 2007 Schumer: Probe rising gas prices Mon May 07, 2007 The Sydney Morning Herald: national, world, business, entertainment, sport and t... Mon May 07, 2007 Ducks pack more punch with duo Mon May 07, 2007 De La Hoya, Mayweather ponder future Mon May 07, 2007 Fw: ITS TAKEN ME 40 YEARS TO REALIZE THAT... Mon May 07, 2007 18,000 Mexicans strip for artist's photo - Yahoo! News Mon May 07, 2007

CLEMENS UN-RETIRES AGAIN -- Clemens rejoins Yankees Sun May 06, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Church sues over development Sun May 06, 2007 OC TRAGEDY : 'Three children gone in an instant' Sun May 06, 2007 NO ACCOUNTABILITY FOR PARAMEDICS : If paramedics err, what happens to them? Sun May 06, 2007 Now casting: The next Hollywood hunk Sun May 06, 2007 Fw: YOUTH ITSELF SEEMS TO BE IN THE IMAGE OF GOD... Sun May 06, 2007 Calderón stands firm against lining the All-American Canal | The San Diego Union... Sat May 05, 2007 | Woman rescues 88-year-old man after his vehicle goes into lak... Sat May 05, 2007 PARIS HILTON Sat May 05, 2007 Minister performs as Elvis Sat May 05, 2007 WENDYS EMPLOYEES ROB OTHER WENDYS Sat May 05, 2007 Ex-stripper guilty of fraud as unlicensed psychologist - The Boston Globe Sat May 05, 2007 Lost body recovered by State Police - The Boston Globe Sat May 05, 2007 DEMOCRATS FAIL TO VETO THE PRESIDENT VETO Sat May 05, 2007 MAN STEALS NATURAL GAS Sat May 05, 2007 McCain @ GOOGLE Sat May 05, 2007 LOST RING FOUND Sat May 05, 2007 ANOTHER SICKO : MAN IS FATHER OF DAUGHTERS BABY !!: - Man held in daughter's pre... Sat May 05, 2007 Article - News - Woman killed on trail often walked in park Sat May 05, 2007 The Denver Post - Street Sense wins Kentucky Derby Sat May 05, 2007 Reagan played it straight in his diaries Sat May 05, 2007 Man faces prison for behavior on outbound LAX flight Sat May 05, 2007 Jet with 114 aboard crashes in Cameroon Sat May 05, 2007 Now open: A wilder Mt. Rainier Sat May 05, 2007 LA Daily News - Study: Schools that focus on English learners have higher test s... Fri May 04, 2007 LA Daily News - Villaraigosa: 'What happened on May 1 was wrong' Fri May 04, 2007

Exploded tanker had been cited for brakes Fri May 04, 2007 GOP Field United On War, Divided On Social Issues Fri May 04, 2007 Prosecutors Want Paris Hilton in Jail Fri May 04, 2007 PITCHER WAS DRUNK : Cardinals pitcher legally drunk at time of fatal accident Fri May 04, 2007 Fw: NOBODY STOOD OUT @ THE DEBATE Fri May 04, 2007 Fw: DUCKS CLINCH THE SERIES ! - Great Scott: Ducks clinch Fri May 04, 2007 HILTON HOTEL HEIRESS GETS 45 DAYS IN THE SLAMMER : - Paris Hilton sentenced to 4... Fri May 04, 2007 Gator isn't the only one to resurface at Machado Lake Thu May 03, 2007 Mayweather, De La Hoya square off in big time fight Thu May 03, 2007 Automated public toilets get off to slow start in L.A. Thu May 03, 2007 Barbed wire and free press Thu May 03, 2007 Candidates confirmed for MSNBC debates - MSNBC TV - Thu May 03, 2007 A Bush appointee goes after the White House Wed May 02, 2007 Joan Baez Unwelcome At Concert For Troops Wed May 02, 2007 Billionaire Is on Board, But Crew Calls Him Larry Wed May 02, 2007 Millions Of Chickens Fed Tainted Pet Food Wed May 02, 2007 The Last Lace-Up - New York Times Wed May 02, 2007 In Subways, Safety Course for Workers - New York Times Wed May 02, 2007 As a Steroids Controversy Blooms, Bonds Just Keeps Hitting - New York Times Wed May 02, 2007 Matters of Faith Find a New Prominence on Campus - New York Times Wed May 02, 2007 GAY MAN MARRIED WOMAN JUST FOR POLITICAL PURPOSES Wed May 02, 2007 Police subdue some marchers as day of protests ends Wed May 02, 2007 Search for the fallen in a now-quiet forest Wed May 02, 2007 ISLAND COLORS Wed May 02, 2007 HOMELESS. LIVING ON THE BEACH Wed May 02, 2007 Letter: 33rd stone serves purpose in mourning Tue May 01, 2007

MORBID HOUSE TOUR : COUPLE FINDS DEAD BODY DURING HOME-BUYING INSPECTION Tue May 01, 2007 LA Daily News - Ripping off L.A.'s inmates Tue May 01, 2007 LA Daily News - Heroic sheriff's deputy killed in North Hollywood crash Tue May 01, 2007 J.B. FUQUA GAVE DUKE 10 MILLION. SAME MAN WHO ALSO GAVE TO THE CATHEDRAL : Fuqua... Tue May 01, 2007 IS CC'S FUQUA PREACHING SCHOOL RELATED TO DUKÉS BUSINESS SCHOOL : - Duke's busin... Tue May 01, 2007 -- Survivors of 1970 Kent State shooting release tape they say contains order to... Tue May 01, 2007 NOT FAR FROM HARKEMAS HOUSE : Pasadena Star-News - Killing in Monrovia's Library... Tue May 01, 2007 The Denver Post - Chill, it's good for you Tue May 01, 2007 WHY SEND HARRY TO IRAQ ?! Prince Harry definitely going to Iraq unless he's not Tue May 01, 2007 As Deportation Pace Rises, Illegal Immigrants Dig In - New York Times Tue May 01, 2007 THEY GOT HIM ! Coachella Valley's Mexican Mafia chief arrested | Riverside | PE.... Mon Apr 30, 2007 Push is on for museum in Palm Springs | Riverside County | | Southern Cal... Mon Apr 30, 2007 SHE SAYS AGE DOESN'T MATTER : 95 YEAR-OLD GRADUATES FROM COLLEGE Mon Apr 30, 2007 STRESS PATCH FOR PETS Mon Apr 30, 2007 HOW DID HE GET A TRUCK DRIVER LICENSE ? Driver in Bay Area highway collapse had ... Mon Apr 30, 2007 KID SUSPENDED FOR PEEING IN A BOTTLE @ SCHOOL : Daily Breeze - Associated Press Mon Apr 30, 2007 Trying to retain a fading San Pedro tradition Mon Apr 30, 2007 I WALK MY DOG WHERE THE ALLIGATOR LIVES : Reggie, where were you? Mon Apr 30, 2007 Pain, gratitude and a long fight back Mon Apr 30, 2007 The Longest Yard Mon Apr 30, 2007 Most Katrina Aid From Overseas Went Unclaimed Mon Apr 30, 2007 THE NEW FAD: BIKES WITHOUT BRAKES: Unstoppable - New York Times Mon Apr 30, 2007 For $82 a Day, Booking a Cell in a 5-Star Jail - New York Times Mon Apr 30, 2007

Curtis Hanson - Lucky You - Movies - New York Times Mon Apr 30, 2007 One Call to Tell the World All About You - New York Times Mon Apr 30, 2007 The Mormons - Review - Television - New York Times Mon Apr 30, 2007 Fw: Re: After Duke Prosecution Began to Collapse, Demonizing Continued - New Yor... Mon Apr 30, 2007 6k Fw: Re: HAPPY ST.THOMAS SUNDAY ! Mon Apr 30, 2007 - Fine dining in Tijuana, Mexico, Baja California, gourmet cuisine south of the ... Sun Apr 29, 2007 -- Caltech will mass produce its own brand of olive oil Sun Apr 29, 2007 - Man arrested for allegedly stealing 26 cars to see girlfriend Sun Apr 29, 2007 > News > State -- Jury selection to begin for Calif. deputy i... Sun Apr 29, 2007 Hoping for a free meal? Fat chance Sun Apr 29, 2007 El Camino quiz kids win again Sun Apr 29, 2007 El Camino quiz kids win again Sun Apr 29, 2007 A hike into horror and an act of courage Sun Apr 29, 2007 THAT'S ABOUT AS MUCH OF VEGAS I CAN HANDLE FOR A WHILE Sun Apr 29, 2007 Article - News - Sea life still washes ashore Sat Apr 28, 2007 TEACHER TRANSFERRED AFTER GAY TOLERANCE SUPPORT Sat Apr 28, 2007 MIKE PENNER SAYS HE'S A WOMAN : Sun-Times Mobile Edition Sat Apr 28, 2007 WHY TEACHERS ARE QUITTING : Study: Pay isn't why California teachers quit Sat Apr 28, 2007 CRAZY IF TRUE : Student, 14, says teacher made him urinate in a bottle Sat Apr 28, 2007 Re WESTCHESTER HIGH A poor grade for LAUSD school again Sat Apr 28, 2007 Is a Marina del Rey hotel on the way after 20 years? Sat Apr 28, 2007 Wife suspected in 2 slayings is killed Sat Apr 28, 2007 Fw: LAUSD SCHOOLS WIN THE NATIONAL ACADEMIC DECATHALON MORE THAN ANY OTHER SCHOO... Sat Apr 28, 2007 Identity Theft? Gonzales Might Know Something About That Sat Apr 28, 2007 Byrd Doggedly Expresses His Love for Man's Best Friend Sat Apr 28, 2007

NORM COLEMAN,NORM COLEMAN,NORM COLEMAN Bad Apples Fall in Bunches Sat Apr 28, 2007 Rice Deputy Quits After Query Over Escort Service Sat Apr 28, 2007 King forward Artest won't face animal cruelty charges - NBA - Yahoo! Sports Sat Apr 28, 2007 LA Daily News - Stevenson Ranch robbery suspects caught in Granada Hills garage Fri Apr 27, 2007 DID YOU HIT HIM ? OC Man survives freeway leap Fri Apr 27, 2007 LOTS OF SEX OFFENDERS IN GARDEN GROVE : Article - News - Sex offenders moving to... Fri Apr 27, 2007 STUDENT ARRESTED FOR VIOLENT WRITING Fri Apr 27, 2007 MORE DOUBT CAST ON DUKE ACCUSER : Duke rape accuser was 'impaired,' report finds Fri Apr 27, 2007 BEE DISAPPEARANCE SOLVED ? Experts may have found what's bugging the bees Fri Apr 27, 2007 "WE ATTRACT THE MARTYRS..." SAYS ONE : Teachers dropping out too Fri Apr 27, 2007 SHE FOOLED EVERYBODY : Dean at M.I.T. Resigns, Ending a 28-Year Lie - New York T... Fri Apr 27, 2007 Dow surges past 13,000 | The San Diego Union-Tribune Thu Apr 26, 2007 Bragging rites - The Boston Globe Thu Apr 26, 2007 Check All - Clear All 3800 South L.A. library not safe, educator says Thu Apr 26, 2007 NEW HOUSING OKAYED NEAR DISNEŸ : Anaheim council OKs Disney-adjacent housing de... Thu Apr 26, 2007 The Sickly State of Public Hospitals By Thu Apr 26, 2007 GERES KISS CONSIDERED VULGAR Thu Apr 26, 2007 Not Reunions, Reinventions (Back and Better. Really.) - New York Times Thu Apr 26, 2007 Into the Shadowy World of Sex With Animals - New York Times Thu Apr 26, 2007 TOILET SEAT ON HEAD : Boy gets toilet seat stuck on his head - Yahoo! News Thu Apr 26, 2007 Ore. gov. starts week on food stamps - Yahoo! News Thu Apr 26, 2007 MCDONALD GETS A HAT TRICK ! - Vancouver Canucks/Anaheim Ducks Recap Wednesday Ap... Thu Apr 26, 2007 Collegiate Times: News Wed Apr 25, 2007 The Denver Post - 7 surrender in Miss America's sex sting Wed Apr 25, 2007

California megamansion a center of attention, complaints Wed Apr 25, 2007 The Seattle Times: New owners must pony up, look to (Jerry) West for GM Wed Apr 25, 2007 | Home sweet Coachella fest trailer Wed Apr 25, 2007 | Rage will perform on Coachella stage Wed Apr 25, 2007 NEWPORT BEACH PASTOR STEPS DOWN: - Relationship forces out church leader Wed Apr 25, 2007 CHRISTIAN SOCCER : Play hard, pray hard Wed Apr 25, 2007 Separating politicians, real people best course | The San Diego Union-Tribune Wed Apr 25, 2007 Bonds to A-Rod: 'Do your damn thing' - Barry Bonds - Wed Apr 25, 2007 MORE RE VTU SHOOTINGS Wed Apr 25, 2007 VIRGINIA TECH PROFESOR CRIES IN FRONT OF CLASS Wed Apr 25, 2007 Divers brave death for sweet taste of abalone - Wed Apr 25, 2007 Congressman, Teacher, Soldier, and He’s Back in Town for a Visit - New York Ti... Wed Apr 25, 2007 Billionaires Start $60 Million Schools Effort - New York Times Wed Apr 25, 2007 The door to Room 204 - Yahoo! News Wed Apr 25, 2007 Article - News - Mission Viejo Marine buried Tue Apr 24, 2007 MORE RE TILMAN DEATH Tue Apr 24, 2007 WAS OBAMA INVOLVED IN SCAM? Tue Apr 24, 2007 CITY HALL KEPT GIVING HIM MORE MONEY Tue Apr 24, 2007 FASCINATING STUDY- Tail of two canine emotions: Wag direction is pet's tip-off Tue Apr 24, 2007 LA Daily News - College-prep grant goes to LAUSD Tue Apr 24, 2007 Boy survives blitz by college football player - College football - Tue Apr 24, 2007 SHOCKING IN SUCH A CATHOLICIZED COUNTRY : Mexico City legalizes most abortions -... Tue Apr 24, 2007 Teachers "purify" students with cow urine - Yahoo! News Tue Apr 24, 2007 Man sentenced in Nicolas Cage swindle - Yahoo! News Tue Apr 24, 2007 Former Soviet Union president Boris Yeltsin is dead at 76 Tue Apr 24, 2007 Couple embarking on nonstop 1,000-day cruise Tue Apr 24, 2007

Fw: LAKE MICHIGAN CHUB POP. WAY DOWN Mon Apr 23, 2007 They're left with a 'big gaping hole' Mon Apr 23, 2007 After massacre, worshipers ask God 'Why?' Mon Apr 23, 2007 A somber return to class for Virginia Tech students Mon Apr 23, 2007 These educators have seen what works Mon Apr 23, 2007 Congresswoman dies Mon Apr 23, 2007 -- Internet stirs discussion of odd phrase written by Virginia Tech gunman Mon Apr 23, 2007 - Grandmother flying cross-country makes emergency landing in muddy field Mon Apr 23, 2007 -- After shootings, a campus community enters a labyrinth of what-ifs Mon Apr 23, 2007 -- Rove's debate with Crow, David over global warming heats dinner Mon Apr 23, 2007 [NEWS] Victim's Family Has Many Questions Mon Apr 23, 2007 Lawyer says he robbed banks Sun Apr 22, 2007 Article - News - A star is born Sun Apr 22, 2007 Nation & World | Will Cho's online activity offer clues? | Seattle Times Newspap... Sun Apr 22, 2007 Fw: PASADENA POLICE MESS UP AGAIN: Family sues city, police officer Sun Apr 22, 2007 WHY DIDN'T SB TACKLE CHO? Sun Apr 22, 2007 MIT V CALTECH PRANKS Sun Apr 22, 2007 U.S. Communists' big red archives Sun Apr 22, 2007 An experiment in Alhambra's Kitchen Sun Apr 22, 2007 California Democratic House member dies of cancer Sun Apr 22, 2007 Campus Shutdown Never Considered Sun Apr 22, 2007 Fw: KINDNESS: Good Deeds | Everyday actions that inspire us Sat Apr 21, 2007 STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE: The Seattle Times: Catamaran crew vanishes; men were on "... Sat Apr 21, 2007 The Seattle Times: A well-known movie may have played a role in killer's mind Sat Apr 21, 2007 The Seattle Times: Twists, turns in release, re-arrest of DUI suspect Sat Apr 21, 2007 Article - News - Marine artist Wyland teaches kids to paint Sat Apr 21, 2007 Article - News - Don't be conned by jail tales Sat Apr 21, 2007

Fw: THE KILLER WAS COLD-BLOODED: Students Recount Desperate Minutes Inside Norri... Sat Apr 21, 2007 NO SYMPATHY FOR THE KILLER: Students Recount Desperate Minutes Inside Norris Hal... Sat Apr 21, 2007 DISTURBING IN LONG BEACH : Man sets himself on fire at LB City Hall Sat Apr 21, 2007 Pet food recall is expanded Sat Apr 21, 2007 South Bay professors have dealt with dark stories too Sat Apr 21, 2007 Fw: ABSOLUTELY NO JUSTIFICATION TO "KILL FOR CHRIST" Sat Apr 21, 2007 LA Daily News - Loan companies allowed to counsel students Sat Apr 21, 2007 Fw: The divine has a place on the road to recovery Sat Apr 21, 2007 School threats causing jitters Sat Apr 21, 2007 Fw: FASCINATING STORY RE ANSEL ADAMS: He is glass-plate positive Sat Apr 21, 2007 An Isolated Boy in a World of Strangers Sat Apr 21, 2007 CHRISTIANS ATTACKED IN TURKEY ,Sun-Times Mobile Edition Sat Apr 21, 2007 Fw: BUSH WAS IN GRAND RAPIDS > News > Nation -- Bush: The di... Sat Apr 21, 2007 Long before shooting, Virginia a target for gun-control backers Sat Apr 21, 2007 Fw: TOUGH BEAUTY QUEEN -- Armed with snub-nosed .38, Miss America 1944 stops int... Sat Apr 21, 2007 Gunman kills hostage, self at NASA center - Space News - Fri Apr 20, 2007 Va. gunman's family feels hopeless, lost - Yahoo! News Fri Apr 20, 2007 Article - News - Man dreams of making De Lorean cars Fri Apr 20, 2007 Article - News - OCC holds convocation for Va. Tech tragedy Fri Apr 20, 2007 Cindy Sheehan to speak at Cathedral City council chamber | Politics | | S... Fri Apr 20, 2007 COPS Cops kick sand in eye of muscleman - Nation / World - NY Daily News Fri Apr 20, 2007 Today's Headlines - NY Daily News Fri Apr 20, 2007 The Denver Post - Hawaiian crooner Don Ho dies Fri Apr 20, 2007 Yahoo! Answers - My dog has constant nasal congestion. Does anyone know why he m... Fri Apr 20, 2007 The Detroi Fri Apr 20, 2007 He died in vast isolation Fri Apr 20, 2007

Virginia Tech says it had no grounds to monitor Cho Fri Apr 20, 2007 Alec Baldwin Explains Himself on the Web Fri Apr 20, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 20, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 20, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 20, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 20, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 20, 2007 SHOULD THEY HAVE SHOWN THE CHO VIDEO ?Critics say airing Cho vid an error - Tele... Fri Apr 20, 2007 CHO MAY HAVE BEEN AUTISTIC: Class reading aloud prompted chants of 'Go back to C... Fri Apr 20, 2007 Class reading aloud prompted chants of 'Go back to China' - Crime File - NY Dail... Fri Apr 20, 2007 LA Daily News - Ducks leave it all out on the ice, move on Fri Apr 20, 2007 A day of mourning for Va. Tech victims - Yahoo! News Fri Apr 20, 2007 School says mom 'fired' toy gun in class - Yahoo! News Thu Apr 19, 2007 Preacher's wife guilty of manslaughter - Crime & Punishment - Thu Apr 19, 2007 Ex-classmates say gunman was bullied - Massacre at Virginia Tech - Thu Apr 19, 2007 Abortion ruling emboldens opponents - Yahoo! News Thu Apr 19, 2007 DO-IT-YOURSELF FUNERALS ! At-home funerals are more personal, cost less Thu Apr 19, 2007 Christian book success stuns industry Thu Apr 19, 2007 Daily Breeze - Associated Press Wed Apr 18, 2007 Student Wrote About Death and Spoke in Whispers, But No One Imagined What Cho Se... Wed Apr 18, 2007 Villaraigosa won't give up on schools Wed Apr 18, 2007 I'm 'blessed,' sez student in lucky trip home to Qns. - Crime File - NY Daily Ne... Wed Apr 18, 2007 Body of American found in Philippines - Nation / World - NY Daily News Wed Apr 18, 2007 Friendless madman had history of stalking girls<br> and dubbed himself Question ... Wed Apr 18, 2007 Making an Ivy League decision Wed Apr 18, 2007

The Detroit News Wed Apr 18, 2007 Korean community in L.A. reacts to Va. Tech shooting Tue Apr 17, 2007 Pastor 3 Emailing: dogcare_cond_atoz_article Tue Apr 17, 2007 109k Virginia Tech shootings kill at least 31 - Alexandria Times :: Alexandria News, ... Tue Apr 17, 2007 Va. Tech president: Gunman was student - Yahoo! News Tue Apr 17, 2007 Tunnel may connect Spain and Morocco Tue Apr 17, 2007 Tax filers can breathe easier . . . for 1 more day Tue Apr 17, 2007 10 myths about school shootings - Crime & Punishment - Mon Apr 16, 2007 Daughter, 9, describes preacher's slaying - Mon Apr 16, 2007 Calm morning turns into horrific day, sleepless night - Mon Apr 16, 2007 Walking a thin line for skid row kids Mon Apr 16, 2007 Presiding over a congregation filled with pride Mon Apr 16, 2007 State park to open near L.A. River Mon Apr 16, 2007 Cabbie Is Hailed By Some as Hero In Duke Case Sun Apr 15, 2007 In the New Dating Scene, Singles Seek a Beautiful Mind Sun Apr 15, 2007 After Duke Prosecution Began to Collapse, Demonizing Continued - New York Times Sun Apr 15, 2007 MLB Celebrates Jackie Robinson's Debut - New York Times Sun Apr 15, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Sun Apr 15, 2007 The Denver Post - Graf needs stitches after Andre's miscue Sun Apr 15, 2007 The Denver Post - Man falls when Aspen chairlift breaks Sun Apr 15, 2007 LA Daily News - Tejon Ranch warehouse timely Sun Apr 15, 2007 Lakers face must-win situation Sun Apr 15, 2007 What's Oil Doing in Southern California - Page 3 Sun Apr 15, 2007 History of Oil in California: Signal Hill Sun Apr 15, 2007 Discovery Well, Alamitos No. 1 - Sun Apr 15, 2007 Banker accuses slain preacher's wife of check fraud - Sun Apr 15, 2007 The Denver Post - Student paper's N-word report draws ire Sun Apr 15, 2007 The Denver Post - Hawaiian crooner Don Ho dies Sun Apr 15, 2007

LA Daily News - Valley sports agent guilty Sat Apr 14, 2007 Interview with minister's wife played at trial Sat Apr 14, 2007 Mahony's influence is dwindling in L.A. Sat Apr 14, 2007 Fw: Re: HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE HOLY FIRE ? Easter 'holy fire' ritual draws crowd ... Sat Apr 14, 2007 Mahony's influence is dwindling in L.A. Sat Apr 14, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 13, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 13, 2007 The Daily Breeze - Photos Fri Apr 13, 2007 L.A. wants tool for its fight against billboards Fri Apr 13, 2007 | Chapel's namesake under fire Fri Apr 13, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 13, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Fri Apr 13, 2007 Article - News - Rock Harbor Church draws the young by the hundreds Fri Apr 13, 2007 LA Daily News - Orthodox Christian Pascha services start tonight Thu Apr 12, 2007 GUARD MAN BIBLE- Latest from the Associated Press Thu Apr 12, 2007 LA Daily News - American Muslims beginning to fear that 'Islamophobia' is grippi... Thu Apr 12, 2007 Mating season begins for Shedd penguins Thu Apr 12, 2007 She's reeling with broken back after big lug fell on her at Shea - News - NY Dai... Thu Apr 12, 2007 ILUSTRATES FOREIGN-AMERICAN ANGER TOWARDS "WHITE BOYS" : 'No attack occurred,' s... Thu Apr 12, 2007 Menu Foods exec sold shares before pet food recall Thu Apr 12, 2007 Nestle to buy Michigan-based Gerber for $5.5 billion Thu Apr 12, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Wed Apr 11, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Wed Apr 11, 2007 Cross has no place in some churches | Riverside | | Southern California N... Wed Apr 11, 2007 Trial begins for ex-MB police sergeant Wed Apr 11, 2007 Bush extends invitation, but no olive branch, to Democrats Wed Apr 11, 2007

Let me out of the ballgame, let me be free of crowds Wed Apr 11, 2007 All charges against Duke lacrosse players expected to be dropped Wed Apr 11, 2007 In Beverly Hills, high end indeed Wed Apr 11, 2007 Faith in home values persists Wed Apr 11, 2007 LA Daily News - Jocks try to go as far as they can Wed Apr 11, 2007 LA Daily News - School board opens door to Green Dot plan Wed Apr 11, 2007 A1Therapy_Dogs : Join This Group Wed Apr 11, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Tue Apr 10, 2007 Short on dough, they move into bread truck Tue Apr 10, 2007 L.A. county considers banning plastic bags Tue Apr 10, 2007 Veteran LAPD detective arrested for grand theft and perjury Tue Apr 10, 2007 Animal lovers look to acupuncture to cure their pets’ pain | Tue Apr 10, 2007 A Call for Manners in the World of Nasty Blogs - New York Times Mon Apr 09, 2007 Masters of none - Golf - Yahoo! Sports Sun Apr 08, 2007 Starbucks worker fends off robbers in Manhattan Beach Sat Apr 07, 2007 Molest cases called 'exams' by accused Sat Apr 07, 2007 Getting rattled on 'the Rock' Sat Apr 07, 2007 I'D LIKE TO SEE THIS SOMETIME : Easter ritual is equal parts faith and fun Sat Apr 07, 2007 L.A. pro-immigrant march draws thousands Sat Apr 07, 2007 Famous piece of Hollywood up for sale - Yahoo! News Sat Apr 07, 2007 Author: Alger Hiss was innocent of spying - Sat Apr 07, 2007 Easter 'holy fire' ritual draws crowd - Yahoo! News Sat Apr 07, 2007 Renowned child psychiatrist is arrested for sex offenses Sat Apr 07, 2007 Wyoming church denies Communion to lesbian couple - The Boston Globe Fri Apr 06, 2007 Every little dog has its day, common gene - The Boston Globe Fri Apr 06, 2007 What comes after blasting music? It could be hearing loss, students told - The B... Fri Apr 06, 2007 Boston Red Sox - Dice-KKKKKKKKKK - The Boston Globe Fri Apr 06, 2007

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Article - News - Proposed law would regulate caregivers Wed Apr 04, 2007 SHOCKING: 5th-graders accused of having sex during class Wed Apr 04, 2007 One of the greatest rulings on earth - The Boston Globe Wed Apr 04, 2007 Channel 4 - News - Woods bids to reclaim US Masters title Wed Apr 04, 2007 World reacts to Keith Richards 'snorting dad' story | News | NME.COM Wed Apr 04, 2007 Prosecutors: Spector threatened ex-lover - Yahoo! News Wed Apr 04, 2007 The Seattle Times: Search Results Wed Apr 04, 2007 The Seattle Times: Search Results Wed Apr 04, 2007 The Seattle Times: 2 girls charged in assault against teacher Tue Apr 03, 2007 Father, 2 Children Found Dead In Woods Tue Apr 03, 2007 College friends recall Mohammed as fun loving Tue Apr 03, 2007 Iranian diplomat seized in Iraq released - Yahoo! News Tue Apr 03, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Mon Apr 02, 2007 Local News Mon Apr 02, 2007 Taipei Times - archives Mon Apr 02, 2007 Tsunami hits Solomons, wipes out village - Yahoo! News Mon Apr 02, 2007 LA Daily News - Cell phones becoming windows on our world Sun Apr 01, 2007 Maywood hires police with past troubles Sun Apr 01, 2007 Sierra Madre fears for its treasure Sun Apr 01, 2007 Phelps Collects His 6th Gold, But Won't Get 8 - Sun Apr 01, 2007 The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - World Sun Apr 01, 2007 Ride into sunset unlikely for spared horses Sat Mar 31, 2007 LA Daily News - Catching up with UCLA stars from the epic years Sat Mar 31, 2007 Playa Vista unveils new recreation area Sat Mar 31, 2007 Illinois youths confess in Hollywood Hills fire Sat Mar 31, 2007 He died in vast isolation Sat Mar 31, 2007 Counting Jews more than a math problem Sat Mar 31, 2007 Grueling admissions process wraps for private schools Sat Mar 31, 2007

Jimmy Carter announces project to build homes in L.A. Sat Mar 31, 2007 2 Judges and Attorney Convicted of Bribery - New York Times Sat Mar 31, 2007 Ticket Sales Are Waning Sat Mar 31, 2007 Fw: Re: "WORKSHOP SERVICE"? DID YOU NOTICE THE TYPO? Sat Mar 31, 2007 L.A. Unified rejects charter expansion Fri Mar 30, 2007 Brush fire erupts in the Hollywood Hills Fri Mar 30, 2007 Brush fire erupts in the Hollywood Hills Fri Mar 30, 2007 For pot growers, suburbia is fertile ground Fri Mar 30, 2007 Students stage walkout to demand Cesar Chavez holiday Fri Mar 30, 2007 Detained Marine apologizes on Iranian TV for trespassing Fri Mar 30, 2007 Reuters AlertNet - Australian must explain guilt at Guantanamo Fri Mar 30, 2007 4 Family Members Found Dead in LA Home - New York Times Fri Mar 30, 2007 PETA: FDA Should Expand Pet Food Recall - New York Times Fri Mar 30, 2007 Roadblock for Spreading of Human Ashes in Wilderness - New York Times Fri Mar 30, 2007 | USC linebacker Oscar Lua on display for NFL scouts Fri Mar 30, 2007 | Man kidnapped and robbed outside Coachella store Fri Mar 30, 2007 Getting into Harvard gets even harder - Yahoo! News Fri Mar 30, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Thu Mar 29, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Thu Mar 29, 2007 Article - News - Nguyen fights the power and prevails Thu Mar 29, 2007 | News | /2007/03/29/ Thu Mar 29, 2007 White House a long way from Wyoming Thu Mar 29, 2007 Jonestown follower's grave finally found by niece Thu Mar 29, 2007 One-way streets may get Westside on the fast track Thu Mar 29, 2007 CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE Thu Mar 29, 2007 Ex-Aide Disputes Gonzales's Statements About Firings Thu Mar 29, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - California climate heating up Thu Mar 29, 2007 Article - News - Close-up look at citizenship Thu Mar 29, 2007

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Watergate plotter may have a last tale Wed Mar 21, 2007 More deaths expected from bad pet food Tue Mar 20, 2007 Two men caught in lobster traps Tue Mar 20, 2007 Unwanted faxes frustrate consumers, waste supplies - Money - NY Daily News Tue Mar 20, 2007 The Biology Of Belief: Unleashing The Power Of Consciousness, Matter... Tue Mar 20, 2007 Article - News - Ray Bradbury meets fans in FV Mon Mar 19, 2007 Sun-Times Mobile Edition Mon Mar 19, 2007 Can you see Pacific Ave. as a creek? He hopes so Mon Mar 19, 2007 A special event for 65 athletes in El Segundo Mon Mar 19, 2007 San Jose Mercury News - Cat, dog lovers shaken by massive pet-food recall Mon Mar 19, 2007 Wis. man convicted of murdering photographer - Crime & Punishment - Mon Mar 19, 2007 Pastors Conference 2 Riverside | | Southern California News | News for In... Mon Mar 19, 2007 - U.S. expectations "wildly exaggerated" Mon Mar 19, 2007 - Emissary of grief Mon Mar 19, 2007 Check All - Clear All 4200 Phil Spector murder trial set to begin - The Boston Globe Mon Mar 19, 2007 Man's lunch break turns tragic Sun Mar 18, 2007 Schools vie for aid, but may get lemons Sun Mar 18, 2007 Thousands protest in Hollywood Sun Mar 18, 2007 TRAGEDY RE-TOLD : Immigrants' journey took a deadly turn Sun Mar 18, 2007 CNN - A feast lures swallows back to San Juan Capistrano - March 19, 1998 Sun Mar 18, 2007 When Swallows Return to Henricus Sun Mar 18, 2007 City of San Juan Capistrano Official Website Sun Mar 18, 2007 Mission San Juan Capistrano Sun Mar 18, 2007 The Seattle Times: Airbus set for U.S. debut of world's largest passenger jet Sun Mar 18, 2007 No Palace For These Cinderellas Sun Mar 18, 2007 Teacher gets 10 years for sex with pupil - Yahoo! News Sun Mar 18, 2007

Is the Iraq war a relative bargain? - Conflict in Iraq - Sat Mar 17, 2007 Shortage of Church Organists Sat Mar 17, 2007 8-year-old still missing after plunge over dam - Nation / World - NY Daily News Sat Mar 17, 2007 Santa Ana schools police officer is focus of child porn case Sat Mar 17, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Latest from the Associated Press Sat Mar 17, 2007 AM I AN AMERICAN? A Vietnamese-American Life Sat Mar 17, 2007 Saint Patrick's Day - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sat Mar 17, 2007 Ex-CIA agent blasts White House - The Boston Globe Sat Mar 17, 2007 Lawyers fight back with stones | Sat Mar 17, 2007 LA Daily News - Latest from the Associated Press Sat Mar 17, 2007 LA Daily News - Tiny Alaska town plans land giveaway Sat Mar 17, 2007 LA Daily News - Healing and wellness in silence Sat Mar 17, 2007 ALARMING : 60 million containers of pet food recalled - Pet Health - Fri Mar 16, 2007 There's an atheist in the House -- Rep. Pete Stark Fri Mar 16, 2007 Backyard fire threatens homes in Manhattan Beach Fri Mar 16, 2007 Ex-President Bush speaks in L.A. Fri Mar 16, 2007 UTLA approves 6% pay hike Fri Mar 16, 2007 Men sentenced for running castration 'dungeon' - Fri Mar 16, 2007 Three NY officers indicted in groom shooting, lawyer says - Fri Mar 16, 2007 Three NY officers indicted in groom shooting, lawyer says - Fri Mar 16, 2007 Christians Who Won't Toe the Line Fri Mar 16, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - The boy who, for once, did not cry wolf Fri Mar 16, 2007 Deadly gang brawl stuns Santa Barbara Fri Mar 16, 2007 O.C. college to sell its Canadian island Fri Mar 16, 2007 Immense ice deposits found at south pole of Mars - Yahoo! News Fri Mar 16, 2007 Tank gets jail time Thu Mar 15, 2007 A Teacher’s Adventurous Life, Distilled Into an Unlikely Book - New York Times Thu Mar 15, 2007

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Daily Breeze - Associated Press Fri Mar 09, 2007 Westchester swaggers its way into semifinals Fri Mar 09, 2007 Fired Alta Vista teacher gets job back after uproar Fri Mar 09, 2007 At this ski resort, only the snow is all white Fri Mar 09, 2007 $20 million worth of marijuana found in parked truck Fri Mar 09, 2007 Mo. man shares golf cart with bobcat - Yahoo! News Fri Mar 09, 2007 LA Daily News - Apathy and cynicism Fri Mar 09, 2007 ONLY 7.7% VOTED! Apathy and cynicism Thu Mar 08, 2007 LA Daily News - Latest from the Associated Press Thu Mar 08, 2007 $50,000 for a good night's sleep? Thu Mar 08, 2007 Gingrich Had Affair During Clinton Probe Thu Mar 08, 2007 - Nude pictures stir school Thu Mar 08, 2007 Inland News | | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern Calif... Thu Mar 08, 2007 Device triggers LAX alert, diversion of US Airways flight Thu Mar 08, 2007 Unstable arches close LAX Theme Building Thu Mar 08, 2007 Pilgrims Ask, 'What Is Our Guilt?' Thu Mar 08, 2007 Prison May Be Long Way Off for Libby Thu Mar 08, 2007 Fw: Re: HE'S LIVING MY LIFE: Homeless by choice, O.C. student learns self-relian... Thu Mar 08, 2007 Fw: Re: OUTRAGEOUS :Teens' arrest in sign protest roils Glendora Thu Mar 08, 2007 Prison May Be Long Way Off for Libby Thu Mar 08, 2007 Refrigerator Will Toss You Can of Beer - New York Times Thu Mar 08, 2007 Suicide Shootings at Schools in Michigan and Texas - New York Times Thu Mar 08, 2007 School accused of promoting homosexuality Wed Mar 07, 2007 Are Hawthorne's problem students a solution? Wed Mar 07, 2007 L.A. doctor, daughter poisoned during trip to Russia Wed Mar 07, 2007 Schwarzenegger's PUC appointee under fire Wed Mar 07, 2007 N.Y. Times says ex-reporter gave subject of story $2,000 - The Boston Globe Wed Mar 07, 2007

'Family Values' Chutzpah Wed Mar 07, 2007 Serving You Tonight Will Be Our Lawyer - New York Times Wed Mar 07, 2007 The Louvre - United Arab Emirates - Art - New York Times Wed Mar 07, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Street parking fee has some fuming Wed Mar 07, 2007 Husband taunts ex-wife before plane crash Tue Mar 06, 2007 Redondo Beach parents protest dismissal of teacher Tue Mar 06, 2007 Psychological torture just as bad, study finds Tue Mar 06, 2007 Drew University suing L.A. County over hospital split Tue Mar 06, 2007 L.A. facing its driest year ever Tue Mar 06, 2007 Wired Iraqi man triggers scare at L.A. airport | US News | Tue Mar 06, 2007 AP Wire | 03/06/2007 | John Edwards, Rudy Giuliani seek supporters in Southern C... Tue Mar 06, 2007 BUSH MUST PARDON SCOOTER: Analysis: Verdict puts focus on Cheney - Yahoo! News Tue Mar 06, 2007 Britney tries to hang herself-Rest of World-World-NEWS-The Times of India Tue Mar 06, 2007 Auburn Journal : Top Stories Tue Mar 06, 2007 Tranquilized moose downs helicopter - Animal Peculiarity - Tue Mar 06, 2007 Disgruntled worker wounds 3, kills self - Crime & Punishment - Tue Mar 06, 2007 Inland News | | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern Calif... Tue Mar 06, 2007 Some states allow untrained police - U.S. Life - Tue Mar 06, 2007 LA Daily News - Save our schools Tue Mar 06, 2007 LA Daily News - LAPD officer faces felony use-of-force chargeMSM Tue Mar 06, 2007 LA Daily News - Travolta rides to victims' aid Tue Mar 06, 2007 | Date of officer's molestation trial stalled Mon Mar 05, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Latest from the Associated Press Mon Mar 05, 2007 Westchester quickly lets title get away Mon Mar 05, 2007 Redondo Beach parents rally against teacher's dismissal Mon Mar 05, 2007 A marathon tour of Los Angeles Mon Mar 05, 2007

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Govt events site Sat Mar 03, 2007 LA Daily News - U.S. survives blackout Fri Mar 02, 2007 LA Daily News - Mayor urges more accountability for school district Fri Mar 02, 2007 Thailand's bundle of hope Fri Mar 02, 2007 Lawsuit Claims Nonpayment in Audio Bible Fri Mar 02, 2007 Oh, to Be Born in The Year of the Pig Fri Mar 02, 2007 Kerry Getting Some Payback for Swift Boat Campaign of ’04 - New York Times Fri Mar 02, 2007 California Enjoys Electoral Muscle - New York Times Fri Mar 02, 2007 Killing Highlights Risk of Selling Marijuana, Even Legally - New York Times Fri Mar 02, 2007 Hollywood party guests face hepatitis A risk Fri Mar 02, 2007 John McCain, once a folk hero, bombs prime time Fri Mar 02, 2007 Groundbreaking teacher builds school of his dreams Fri Mar 02, 2007 - Submachine gun stolen from cop's truck Fri Mar 02, 2007 Religion an unanticipated visitor to China for Olympic Games | Riverside | Fri Mar 02, 2007 | CIF soccer title game in valley? Fri Mar 02, 2007 - Teacher allegedly cuts boy's tongue Thu Mar 01, 2007 Navy chaplain dismissed over uniformed protest - CNN.comms Thu Mar 01, 2007 Re ai et al A note for you Thu Mar 01, 2007 3k Evangelism in Africa- Latest from the Associated Press Thu Mar 01, 2007 To hell and back, now gone Thu Mar 01, 2007 SoCal man convicted of murdering girlfriend with cocaine Thu Mar 01, 2007 Report: 'only a matter of time' before whale kills a trainer Thu Mar 01, 2007 Pastor 3 Emailing: news Thu Mar 01, 2007 Jesus tomb 222 Thu Mar 01, 2007 High court hears case of faith-based funding - The Boston Globe Thu Mar 01, 2007 Jesus tomb Thu Mar 01, 2007 Immigrants boost pay, not prison populations, new studies show Wed Feb 28, 2007

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AP Wire | 02/25/2007 | Slavery ties Sharpton to Thurmond Sun Feb 25, 2007 Check All - Clear All 4400 Pasadena Star-News - Diversity is the focus at summit for youths Sun Feb 25, 2007 New York Daily News - Breaking News Sun Feb 25, 2007 A philosophical view of sex Sun Feb 25, 2007 Spirituals hit high note at L.A. event Sun Feb 25, 2007 CITIZENSHIP REQUESTS SOAR BEFORE BIG CHANGES Sun Feb 25, 2007 Box-office gold won't buy Oscar Sun Feb 25, 2007 Evidence in Inmate’s Hand, Justice in His Sights - New York Times Sun Feb 25, 2007 The Way We Live Now - What a College Education Buys - Christopher Caldwell - New... Sun Feb 25, 2007 Ban on Prison Religious Program Challenged Sun Feb 25, 2007 iTWire - Wikipedia entry causes pro-golfer Fuzzy Zoeller to sue Sun Feb 25, 2007 Beware of Celebrities Bearing Gifts - New York Times Sun Feb 25, 2007 Bill Clinton talks his way to fortune Sat Feb 24, 2007 Fw: Re: Ostrich Races ! @.National Date Festival, Indio CA Sat Feb 24, 2007 Philly Teacher Assaulted Over IPod Sat Feb 24, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Deadline passes for new legislation Sat Feb 24, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Latest from the Associated Press Sat Feb 24, 2007 Smith's mother says star wanted burial near Marilyn Monroe Sat Feb 24, 2007 Little Rock schools released Sat Feb 24, 2007 Energy drink banned at school, pulled by 7-Eleven Sat Feb 24, 2007 LAUSD contract a setback for chief? Sat Feb 24, 2007 NASA has plan in case an astronaut becomes psychotic in space Sat Feb 24, 2007 Officials of charter school, L.A. Unified misused state funds, suit says Sat Feb 24, 2007 Reviews are less than charitable for nonprofit film bash Sat Feb 24, 2007 General Plays Down Value Of Capturing Bin Laden Sat Feb 24, 2007 | Arab boys soccer team is standing Tall Sat Feb 24, 2007 There would be no date festival without the dates Sat Feb 24, 2007

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Who's going to win? Critics' guide to the Oscars Sun Feb 18, 2007 Palming off the Ash Wednesday dirty work Sun Feb 18, 2007 Governor's health plan could put many in a bind Sun Feb 18, 2007 LA Daily News - Coping with cop stress Sun Feb 18, 2007 Arcadia Lib, xray, A note for you Sun Feb 18, 2007 Scuffing baseball could lead to 10-game suspension for non-pitchers - MLB - Yaho... Sun Feb 18, 2007 Lunar New Year: Year of the Pig Sun Feb 18, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Police chief rocks and rolls Sun Feb 18, 2007 'McMissile' Moment Lands Mom in Jail Sun Feb 18, 2007 The Way We Live Now - Narrowing the Religion Gap? - Gary Rosen - New York Times Sun Feb 18, 2007 The Seattle Times: Bruce Metzger, biblical scholar and translator Sun Feb 18, 2007 The Seattle Times: Snafus add fire to drive for fliers' "bill of rights" Sun Feb 18, 2007 Article - News - A milestone to celebrate Sun Feb 18, 2007 Teacher accused of striking fifth-graders in gym class - Sat Feb 17, 2007 Mardi Gras a dance step in Katrina recovery - Sat Feb 17, 2007 LAUSD thinking of going to court over payroll woes Sat Feb 17, 2007 Infants can make memories, researchers say Sat Feb 17, 2007 Art exhibit in Alhambra offends some residents Sat Feb 17, 2007 SoCal substitute teacher pleads no contest to lewd conduct charges Sat Feb 17, 2007 Cia in italy Sat Feb 17, 2007 ABC News: Britney Goes Bald, Reportedly Goes to Rehab Sat Feb 17, 2007 Chinese man gets death for ant-breeding scam - Yahoo! News Sat Feb 17, 2007 Paraglider survives high-flying ordeal - Yahoo! News Sat Feb 17, 2007 Bomber kills 15 in Pakistan courtroom - Yahoo! News Sat Feb 17, 2007 Reaping a profit from the air Sat Feb 17, 2007 Loneliness linked to elder dementia Fri Feb 16, 2007 Judge calls Stern in deciding Anna Nicole's burial Fri Feb 16, 2007

Hardaway banished for anti-gay remarks - Yahoo! News Fri Feb 16, 2007 Unusual L.A. excursion: Toxic Tour - Yahoo! News Fri Feb 16, 2007 Pilot, passengers foil hijacker - Yahoo! News Fri Feb 16, 2007 Why it's gross to kiss your sister - Yahoo! News Fri Feb 16, 2007 Credit offered to illegal residents Thu Feb 15, 2007 TV Shows in New York Thu Feb 15, 2007 The code share: When your airline's not your airline Thu Feb 15, 2007 Teacher Arrested for Drugs Thu Feb 15, 2007 Airbus snubs LAX for its New York City debut Thu Feb 15, 2007 'Monster' goes from bestseller list to most wanted list Thu Feb 15, 2007 - Jetblues for stuck fliers Thu Feb 15, 2007 Australian Premier Defends Remark On Obama, Terror Thu Feb 15, 2007 'I'm Doing Fine,' President Tells Worried Father Thu Feb 15, 2007 Translator Who Faked Identity Pleads Guilty To Having Secret Data Thu Feb 15, 2007 An Outsider’s Murder Trial Shakes a Southern Town - New York Times Thu Feb 15, 2007 - NBA - Showing some Celtic pride Thu Feb 15, 2007 Champ Car - Waltrip team busted by NASCAR Thu Feb 15, 2007 Anne Frank's father tried to get to U.S. - Yahoo! News Thu Feb 15, 2007 Zoo tries feng shui for simians Wed Feb 14, 2007 Military Lady Discharged for Posing in Playboy Wed Feb 14, 2007 Mayor wants wireless access in Los Angeles Wed Feb 14, 2007 Movies shoot for change Wed Feb 14, 2007 Libby’s Defense Rests Case in C.I.A. Leak Trial - New York Times Wed Feb 14, 2007 The Seattle Times: Briefs | Weis might testify at trial today Wed Feb 14, 2007 DANGER: - Metallic balloons can darken Valentine's Day Wed Feb 14, 2007 Teacher Dies on Diving Trip 2007/02/13 Wed Feb 14, 2007 | News | /2007/02/13/ Wed Feb 14, 2007 Wisconsin man spears a 6-foot sturgeon Tue Feb 13, 2007

AP Wire | 02/13/2007 | Verdict for execution in reservoir case Tue Feb 13, 2007 Article - News - 'Housewives' son lashes out at his mom Tue Feb 13, 2007 - Malcolm X's daughter carries on his message Tue Feb 13, 2007 District, UTLA in accord Tue Feb 13, 2007 Romney formally announces presidential candidacy Tue Feb 13, 2007 One Year Later, Golden Mosque Is Still in Ruins - New York Times Tue Feb 13, 2007 Doppler Radar? No, Carol Yerdon Uses a Yardstick Out Back - New York Times Tue Feb 13, 2007 RE Ancestor of Frederick Douglass Tue Feb 13, 2007 Tornado rips though New Orleans area - Yahoo! News Tue Feb 13, 2007 PASTOR IN RIPON BUYS BMW, SELLS CHURCH Tue Feb 13, 2007 Inside D.A.'s Office on George, Joe Tue Feb 13, 2007 | 02/13/2007 | Former teacher poses for Playboy Tue Feb 13, 2007 Crazy coffins put 'fun' into funeral - Tue Feb 13, 2007 Births once inconceivable are on the rise Tue Feb 13, 2007 Tad Fujikawa Wins Pearl Open Mon Feb 12, 2007 - Program nurtures shy students Mon Feb 12, 2007 Harvard's board names school's first female president Mon Feb 12, 2007 Gang up on truancy? Better late than never Mon Feb 12, 2007 A new policy to keep students in line Mon Feb 12, 2007 Between rocks and hard times Mon Feb 12, 2007 Car tumbles off L.A. parking structure, driver survives Mon Feb 12, 2007 LA Daily News - 'Articulate' one of many slights Mon Feb 12, 2007 LA Daily News - Police investigate shooting of mentally ill man Mon Feb 12, 2007 Skydiving miracle: Man falls two miles - Today Show - Mon Feb 12, 2007 Michelle Obama Weighs in on Husband's Smoking Mon Feb 12, 2007 Attorneys Try to Cast Libby As Scapegoat Mon Feb 12, 2007 Believing Scripture but Playing by Science’s Rules - New York Times Mon Feb 12, 2007 - Steps in struggle for desegregation recounted Sun Feb 11, 2007

Michigan Man Shot BY American Soldiers in Iraq Sun Feb 11, 2007 The Nation - Conservatives Search for Mr. Right - Patrick Healy - New York Times Sun Feb 11, 2007 Critics Question Education Department’s Screening - New York Times Sun Feb 11, 2007 Troubles Grow for a University Built on Profits - New York Times Sun Feb 11, 2007 Swingers in Florida Sun Feb 11, 2007 Smith's Bahamas home claimed for ex-boyfriend - Sun Feb 11, 2007 - Old man and the seed? Sat Feb 10, 2007 | Anna Nicole made boisterous visits to valley Sat Feb 10, 2007 Pursuit of better sex through science - - Sat Feb 10, 2007 Petraeus: Iraq 'doomed' if mission fails - Conflict in Iraq - Sat Feb 10, 2007 Man shot while snorkeling in Ore. river - U.S. Life - Sat Feb 10, 2007 Philippine couples pucker up for record - Asia-Pacific - Sat Feb 10, 2007 Religion | Features | /2007/02/10/ Sat Feb 10, 2007 Getting into NU just got tougher Sat Feb 10, 2007 Cold snap has pipes in deep freeze Sat Feb 10, 2007 - Sweep empties homeless camp Sat Feb 10, 2007 News - Vet's stolen medal replaced - Sat Feb 10, 2007 [NEWS] Prayers Continue For Minister Farrakhan Sat Feb 10, 2007 - Men to be tried in stabbing Sat Feb 10, 2007 - Berkow ordered to answer Sat Feb 10, 2007 - Parolee's escape attempt fails Sat Feb 10, 2007 Ingelwood Officers Accused of Sex in Massage Parlor Sat Feb 10, 2007 LAX-bound flights are forced to land elsewhere Sat Feb 10, 2007 Manhattan Beach resident was city's 1st female mayor Sat Feb 10, 2007 Christian network, author Lindsey are back on the same side Sat Feb 10, 2007 Barack Obama formally announces bid for president Sat Feb 10, 2007 Leaders See a Black America Sailing Off Course Sat Feb 10, 2007

Obama to Seek FEC Ruling on Financing Sat Feb 10, 2007 Today’s Version of ‘I Will Run’ Is Way More Than 3 Little Words - New York... Sat Feb 10, 2007 Elie Wiesel accosted at S.F. hotel - Yahoo! News Sat Feb 10, 2007 Alleged fake cop had 'police station' - Yahoo! News Sat Feb 10, 2007 Fw: Another Pastor Tragedy: Minister suicide spurs complaint to FCC - U.S. Life ... Fri Feb 09, 2007 Did Pat Robertson Make a Threat? Fri Feb 09, 2007 Smith probe: Pills found in hotel but not stomach Fri Feb 09, 2007 Latinos lob a few words at governor Fri Feb 09, 2007 - why do we need to forgive? Fri Feb 09, 2007 How to learn from your mistakes - Fri Feb 09, 2007 Check All - Clear All 4600 New York Post Online Edition: News Fri Feb 09, 2007 New York Daily News - Home - Rush & Molloy: A cross-dressing-down for Sheen Fri Feb 09, 2007 - How cop on 25G cheated death Fri Feb 09, 2007 ABC News: Duke Lacrosse Grand Jurors Speak Out Fri Feb 09, 2007 Anna Nicole Smith's mother blames drugs - Yahoo! News Fri Feb 09, 2007 | Late, great Sonny Bono's star to rise again Fri Feb 09, 2007 Poll Finds Surge of Religion Among Chinese Fri Feb 09, 2007 Frist Joins Evangelist Graham on Trip to South Sudan Fri Feb 09, 2007 Despite a Ban, Chinese Youth Navigate to Internet Cafes Fri Feb 09, 2007 Journalist's 169-Day Jail Stay Sets U.S. Record Fri Feb 09, 2007 The Seattle Times: Next Seattle schools chief could be just across the lake Fri Feb 09, 2007 The Seattle Times: How drugs and greed tainted auto dealership Fri Feb 09, 2007 Humane Society: 'Faux fur' often animal hair - Thu Feb 08, 2007 Will Selig celebrate when Bonds breaks record? - Baseball - Thu Feb 08, 2007 Landis agrees to skip Tour; ruling delayed - Sports - Thu Feb 08, 2007 - Probation right move in these sex offenses Thu Feb 08, 2007 Student found dead in dorm Thu Feb 08, 2007

Pendleton Marine asks to withdraw guilty pleas Thu Feb 08, 2007 Supes take a bold step, but can you trust 'em? Thu Feb 08, 2007 Extracurricular videos roil campus Thu Feb 08, 2007 Los Angeles names and targets city's worst 11 gangs Thu Feb 08, 2007 Anna Nicole Smith is dead, lawyer says Thu Feb 08, 2007 California: Bombs Found on Aqueduct - New York Times Thu Feb 08, 2007 The President Shows His Environmentalist Colors - New York Times Thu Feb 08, 2007 Amaechi comes out of the closet, into the spotlight Thu Feb 08, 2007 Reckless drivers eye presidential pardon - Yahoo! News Thu Feb 08, 2007 How to travel cheaper by traveling longer - Yahoo! News Thu Feb 08, 2007 Audio clip on JFK Jr. flight released - Yahoo! News Thu Feb 08, 2007 Libby to question Russert credibility - Yahoo! News Thu Feb 08, 2007 - Two killed crossing Arcadia street Wed Feb 07, 2007 Gil's Email Address Wed Feb 07, 2007 Violence, Hospitality & the Cross by Hans Boersma Wed Feb 07, 2007 No actual Nazareth? Wed Feb 07, 2007 Shaddi Kamiabipour, dep dist att,irvine Wed Feb 07, 2007 King Drew On TV Wed Feb 07, 2007 Philippines Embassy Wed Feb 07, 2007 Ex-Lt. Gov. Leo McCarthy dies Wed Feb 07, 2007 Film industry contributed $60 billion in '05 Wed Feb 07, 2007 L.A. Unified paychecks absent Wed Feb 07, 2007 Raw sewage spill closes beaches Wed Feb 07, 2007 The sudden descent of a shuttle astronaut Wed Feb 07, 2007 66 million reasons to re-examine Grand Ave. Wed Feb 07, 2007 Russert tells jury he never told Libby of CIA agent Wed Feb 07, 2007 Ousted Pastor ‘Completely Heterosexual’ - New York Times Wed Feb 07, 2007 3 proposals remain for Army site Tue Feb 06, 2007

- Schools chief to seek reform Tue Feb 06, 2007 - Churches coming together in faith Tue Feb 06, 2007 Subjects of Schwarzenegger's recorded jabs resist counterpunching Tue Feb 06, 2007 A Small Part of the Brain, and Its Profound Effects - New York Times Tue Feb 06, 2007 Run! Hide! The Illegal Border Crossing Experience - New York Times Tue Feb 06, 2007 Rights Leader's Briefcase Is Found Mon Feb 05, 2007 Will 911 get the (digital) picture? Mon Feb 05, 2007 20 sentenced for attending party Mon Feb 05, 2007 Game over on global warming? Mon Feb 05, 2007 Baptism by fire hose Mon Feb 05, 2007 Fire guts building in downtown L.A. Mon Feb 05, 2007 Danelo was drunk when he fell to his death Mon Feb 05, 2007 Space shuttle astronaut arrested at OIA on attempted kidnapping, battery charges Mon Feb 05, 2007 Actor Ryan O'Neal arrested in assault case - Movie News - - Fun & E... Mon Feb 05, 2007 Levees put Calif., other states at risk - Yahoo! News Mon Feb 05, 2007 Mexican seeks world chili eating record - Yahoo! News Mon Feb 05, 2007 29 dead in Indonesia flood; 340,000 flee - Yahoo! News Mon Feb 05, 2007 News - Attorneys downplay comments by juror - Sun Feb 04, 2007 | News | /2007/02/04/ Sun Feb 04, 2007 Study: Rising number of kids exposed to online porn Sun Feb 04, 2007 Exposure to online porn common | TECHNOLOGY | NEWS | Sun Feb 04, 2007 Manning's elusive Super Bowl ring comes with an MVP award - NFL - Yahoo! Sports Sun Feb 04, 2007 Colts tame Bears for Super Bowl victory - Yahoo! News Sun Feb 04, 2007 - Light sensitivity keeps Alhambran, 18, isolated Sun Feb 04, 2007 Getting the job done with little force Sun Feb 04, 2007 A city grows in East L.A.? Sun Feb 04, 2007

132 Killed, Suicide Bombing The Hindu News Update Service Sun Feb 04, 2007 Another Klecko Sat Feb 03, 2007 Re Bears QB Sat Feb 03, 2007 Re Superbowl Sat Feb 03, 2007 1st Time, 2 Black Coaches, SuperbowlSun-Times Mobile Edition Sat Feb 03, 2007 Exxon earns $4 million an hour Sat Feb 03, 2007 Judge: Gay Mexican can stay Sat Feb 03, 2007 Body of sheriff's deputy is found Sat Feb 03, 2007 Faith leaps in to lead, raise funds, face tough issues Sat Feb 03, 2007 The force arrests Chewbacca Sat Feb 03, 2007 Simpson Transcript Describes Murder - New York Times Sat Feb 03, 2007 It's Groundhog Day. Hide! Sat Feb 03, 2007 - Crash-cop still faces rap, but they didn't test for booze Sat Feb 03, 2007 - Ex-hubby charged in slaying Sat Feb 03, 2007 - Unlucky break for 7 train Sat Feb 03, 2007 $3T Bush budget to trim domestic programs - Politics - Sat Feb 03, 2007 WP: Evangelicals eyed in Brazil - Highlights - Sat Feb 03, 2007 Blast Kills 50 in Philippines Sat Feb 03, 2007 Giants Re-sign Bonds Sat Feb 03, 2007 Court Allows Man to Curse Sat Feb 03, 2007 Search for sailor called off Fri Feb 02, 2007 Wiesel captivates audience Fri Feb 02, 2007 Costly L.A. River plan contains a raft of new ideas Fri Feb 02, 2007 McDonald s beats Starbucks in coffee smackdown Fri Feb 02, 2007 Mom gets 10 years for drowning kids - Fri Feb 02, 2007 Bush urges parents to get kids outdoors - Yahoo! News Fri Feb 02, 2007 Jackson low on snow in January - Yahoo! News Fri Feb 02, 2007 Sex issues may signal other health risks - Yahoo! News Fri Feb 02, 2007

Groundhog Fans Look Downward, Thousands Flock To Punxsutawney, Pa., To See Shado... Fri Feb 02, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Bears' legacy lives on Thu Feb 01, 2007 Kidnapped Boy Guarded 2nd Kidnapped Boy Thu Feb 01, 2007 Torrance school officials face angry parents Thu Feb 01, 2007 San Francisco abuzz over mayor's reported affair Thu Feb 01, 2007 Letter of Invitation from a Sponsor Abroad Thu Feb 01, 2007 Boston officials livid over ad stunt - Yahoo! News Thu Feb 01, 2007 "Carbon neutral" is the rage for celebs - Yahoo! News Thu Feb 01, 2007 Doctors warn of poisoning from hand gels - Yahoo! News Thu Feb 01, 2007 Shaq uses police skill in hit-run Wed Jan 31, 2007 Lifeguards rescue HB pier jumper Wed Jan 31, 2007 LAUSD plans increase of its counseling staff Wed Jan 31, 2007 Middle school evacuated after student warnings Wed Jan 31, 2007 Parking cop had no empathy on his meter Wed Jan 31, 2007 Miss America TV ratings fall even further Wed Jan 31, 2007 Sheriff's wife among 4 dead in shooting - Yahoo! News Wed Jan 31, 2007 OC Principal placed on leave Wed Jan 31, 2007 Jackson "astonished' by Bryant's suspension Wed Jan 31, 2007 SD Wife Convicted of Poisoning Husband Wed Jan 31, 2007 Article - Money - Starbucks goes after fast-food breakfast crowd Wed Jan 31, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Timeless tiles meet their match Wed Jan 31, 2007 Names of the Dead - New York Times Wed Jan 31, 2007 Florida: Jailed Rape Victim Freed - New York Times Wed Jan 31, 2007 Slum dwellers are twice-victimized in India Tue Jan 30, 2007 Ancient complex discovered near Stonehenge Tue Jan 30, 2007 Fooling nature, and the fertility doctor Tue Jan 30, 2007 Unfilled tunnels a weak link at border Tue Jan 30, 2007 Former Press Secretary Says Libby Told Him of Plame Tue Jan 30, 2007

Florida's last ferry could close - Yahoo! News Tue Jan 30, 2007 Robot parking garage to open in New York - Yahoo! News Tue Jan 30, 2007 Occidental recalls 'Barry' Obama Mon Jan 29, 2007 Death of South African teen found at LAX investigated Mon Jan 29, 2007 Ex-O.C. assistant sheriff pleads no contest to perjury, funds misuse Mon Jan 29, 2007 Barbaro euthanized Mon Jan 29, 2007 The First Dance - Mark Oppenheimer - New York Times Mon Jan 29, 2007 City That Loves Mass Transit Looks to the Sky for More - New York Times Mon Jan 29, 2007 In Los Angeles, Antigang Efforts Start on the Street - New York Times Mon Jan 29, 2007 Federer wins, continues match against history Mon Jan 29, 2007 Re the Bush health plan Mon Jan 29, 2007 Bush is 'Miserable Failure' No More! Mon Jan 29, 2007 When Jihad says 'Kiss, make up, and kill the Jews'<br><br> - Haaretz - Israel Ne... Mon Jan 29, 2007 Diet, exercise take off equal pounds, study finds - Yahoo! News Mon Jan 29, 2007 Scientist develops caffeinated baked goods - Yahoo! News Mon Jan 29, 2007 Chinese blogger's crusade has Starbucks feeling heat Sun Jan 28, 2007 Activists slam restaurant serving foie gras Sun Jan 28, 2007 - Scandal hits Omni bank Sun Jan 28, 2007 654 Mariposa Altadena residence was once McNally's mansion Sun Jan 28, 2007 Cheating on tests goes digital Sun Jan 28, 2007 SoCal s defining word Sun Jan 28, 2007 Youth suicides soar in wake of Ecuador's exodus Sun Jan 28, 2007 Convict's slow road to death Sun Jan 28, 2007 O.C. prosecutor decides it's time to wave goodbye Sun Jan 28, 2007 Something's wrong with unused right of way Sun Jan 28, 2007 Tiger wins seventh straight title Sun Jan 28, 2007 A deal in the desert for Sen. Reid? Sun Jan 28, 2007

Tennis-Open-Gonzalez made it tough for me, says Federer | Sports | Sun Jan 28, 2007 Coping with a child's tantrum on a plane - Yahoo! News Sun Jan 28, 2007 Shot lion had human blood in her claws - Yahoo! News Sun Jan 28, 2007 Search ends for 3 in Calif. copter crash - Yahoo! News Sun Jan 28, 2007 Huge python makes a meal of 11 guard dogs - Yahoo! News Sun Jan 28, 2007 Study: Skin tone affects earnings - Race in America - Sat Jan 27, 2007 - Congregating for worship Sat Jan 27, 2007 Topless Teen Sues City Sat Jan 27, 2007 Porn and Pancakes Sat Jan 27, 2007 LA Daily News - LAUSD officials to push changes in Sacramento Sat Jan 27, 2007 LA Daily News - Nine teens convicted in heated assault trial Sat Jan 27, 2007 U.N. condemns Holocaust denial Sat Jan 27, 2007 Anti-war rallies held across the country Sat Jan 27, 2007 Your water bill includes a museum Sat Jan 27, 2007 Do you feel lucky, California? Sat Jan 27, 2007 Williams Stuns Sharapova in Australia - New York Times Sat Jan 27, 2007 A Contrarian View: Save Less, Retire With Enough - New York Times Sat Jan 27, 2007 RACISM AGAINST WHITES: Black Teenagers Convicted in Beating of 3 White Women - N... Sat Jan 27, 2007 Woman's burning body found in Playa del Rey Fri Jan 26, 2007 'Fruit' in that juice? It could be red dye Fri Jan 26, 2007 The body politic is sagging in California Fri Jan 26, 2007 The body politic is sagging in California Fri Jan 26, 2007 Letters of Anne Frank's father found - The Boston Globe Fri Jan 26, 2007 Ski resorts hop onto the trail of environmentalism - The Boston Globe Fri Jan 26, 2007 Gore Film Sparks Parents' Anger Fri Jan 26, 2007 VOA News - Bush Wants Tax Change for US Health Insurance Fri Jan 26, 2007 | Medical risks increase for children growing up near freeways Fri Jan 26, 2007 Woman fights off mountain lion Fri Jan 26, 2007

Hollywood, the Sequel: Less Shabby, More Chic - New York Times Fri Jan 26, 2007 Nazi - Era Race Care on Display in N.Y. - New York Times Fri Jan 26, 2007 Parking-ticket rage targets the messenger Thu Jan 25, 2007 MAYOR KEEPS HIGH PROFILE ON D.C. TRIP Thu Jan 25, 2007 Former NBC Universal treasurer arrested Thu Jan 25, 2007 At the Libby Trial, Hints of Intrigue and Betrayal - New York Times Thu Jan 25, 2007 At the Libby Trial, Hints of Intrigue and Betrayal - New York Times Thu Jan 25, 2007 Tiger eager to start new year in Buick Invitational | ® Thu Jan 25, 2007 Obama challenges allegation about Islamic school Thu Jan 25, 2007 Father kills daughter; doubted virginity - Yahoo! News Thu Jan 25, 2007 LA hospital cited by health officials - Yahoo! News Thu Jan 25, 2007 TELL LINDA 2: Microwave experiments cause sponge disasters - Yahoo! News Thu Jan 25, 2007 Military shows off new ray gun - Yahoo! News Thu Jan 25, 2007 Libby defense draws contradictions from govt. witness Wed Jan 24, 2007 Rebirth of Angels Flight Wed Jan 24, 2007 Rebirth of Angels Flight Wed Jan 24, 2007 Borders fall as the academy reaches around the globe Wed Jan 24, 2007 The Irony is that Some School Communities Want... Wed Jan 24, 2007 Check All - Clear All 4800 Jackson ex-lawyer testifies in tape suit - Yahoo! News Wed Jan 24, 2007 Dems confident Iraq resolution will pass - Yahoo! News Wed Jan 24, 2007 Microwaves turn kitchen cloths into germ killers | the Daily Mail Wed Jan 24, 2007 Man Held in L.A. Subway Mercury Spill - New York Times Wed Jan 24, 2007 More Polar Bears Giving Birth on Land - New York Times Wed Jan 24, 2007 Texas: Penalty in Case of False Gas-Mileage Booster - New York Times Wed Jan 24, 2007 Know your freeways Wed Jan 24, 2007 - Area men held in 71 cop killing Wed Jan 24, 2007 Wisdom of Solomon splits house Wed Jan 24, 2007

County is finding it hard to fill top job Tue Jan 23, 2007 SoCal immigration raid one of largest in U.S. Tue Jan 23, 2007 Opening statements in Libby trial paint different portraits Tue Jan 23, 2007 Chechen pensioner rides bike to Mecca via Baghdad - Yahoo! News Tue Jan 23, 2007 The Razzies Pick On Sharon Stone - Movie News - - Fun & Entertainme... Tue Jan 23, 2007 Jury hears grisly details of finds on pig farm - World - Tue Jan 23, 2007 MySpace Slaps Spam King with MySpam Suit Tue Jan 23, 2007 DWI shock as cop's up for parole Mon Jan 22, 2007 - On hobo, ex's dead reckoning wrong Mon Jan 22, 2007 While missing, boy reportedly spoke to cops Mon Jan 22, 2007 Too Much Protein=Bad - Anabolic Steroids - / Anabolic Review Forums Mon Jan 22, 2007 Improve your health, become a dog owner Mon Jan 22, 2007 Dogs Keep us Healthy Mon Jan 22, 2007 Big Brother row points to mature India Mon Jan 22, 2007 'Miracle' as man falls 200ft from hotel and lives | The Guardian | Guardian Unli... Mon Jan 22, 2007 Bears advance, comeback story ends Mon Jan 22, 2007 DiCaprio: I'm no 'piece of cute meat' - Yahoo! News Mon Jan 22, 2007 Are you a giver? Brain scan finds the truth - Yahoo! News Mon Jan 22, 2007 Manning rallies Colts into Super Bowl - Yahoo! News Mon Jan 22, 2007 The spirit keeps moving them Sun Jan 21, 2007 L.A. County judges lack diversity of community Sun Jan 21, 2007 The school as brainchild Sun Jan 21, 2007 Rage Against the Machine will reunite for Coachella Sun Jan 21, 2007 Fox executive denies new American Idol is meaner - Smallscreen Sun Jan 21, 2007 Winfrey cried over relative's 'betrayal' - Yahoo! News Sun Jan 21, 2007 Shot duck survives 2 days in Fla. fridge - Yahoo! News Sun Jan 21, 2007 Report: Teen admits killing journalist - Yahoo! News Sun Jan 21, 2007

As East Harlem Develops, Its Accent Starts to Change - New York Times Sun Jan 21, 2007 Pilot dies in-flight; co-pilot lands jet - Yahoo! News Sun Jan 21, 2007 Students preparing for 'Grease' musical Sat Jan 20, 2007 Cesar Chavez principal Bill Fleming, 52, dies Sat Jan 20, 2007 Convicted teacher avoids other charges Sat Jan 20, 2007 Lassen: Cooled down, but untamed Sat Jan 20, 2007 Dog park decision delayed Sat Jan 20, 2007 Los Angeles whistle-blowers given 24/7 line Sat Jan 20, 2007 Mercury on subway platform was touched by at least four people Sat Jan 20, 2007 Pastor to defy city's order to evict homeless from church grounds Sat Jan 20, 2007 Bob's exit 'Price'-less Sat Jan 20, 2007 Lessons for Living Found in Views of the Last Judgment - New York Times Sat Jan 20, 2007 Amsterdam to get statue to honor prostitutes - Yahoo! News Sat Jan 20, 2007 More public access to Malibu trails - Yahoo! News Sat Jan 20, 2007 Case over Death Valley roads unfolding - Yahoo! News Sat Jan 20, 2007 Pa. school kids like 'mystery fat' - Yahoo! News Sat Jan 20, 2007 Coliseum Will Fall, Taking Grand-Scale Philosophy With It - New York Times Sat Jan 20, 2007 From monster to movie star Sat Jan 20, 2007 Public invited to Irvine soldier's funeral Fri Jan 19, 2007 Slab city Free living on desert’s wild edge attracts all types Fri Jan 19, 2007 Club opens to keep kids off the streets and warm Fri Jan 19, 2007 WP: 'Enjoyment marriages' back in Iraq - Highlights - MSNBC.c... Fri Jan 19, 2007 Alarming: Questions deepen over satellite-killer test - Space News - Fri Jan 19, 2007 Sex offender applies to school — as 12-year-old - Crime & Punishment - MSNBC.c... Fri Jan 19, 2007 CEOs lobby Bush to curb warming - Environment - Fri Jan 19, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Mayor outlines his vision of city's future Fri Jan 19, 2007 Officials may have solution to Rubio Canyon restoration Fri Jan 19, 2007

Sierra Madre centennial celebration Fri Jan 19, 2007 Pasadena promoted for its pie Fri Jan 19, 2007 Ex-Ohio congressman gets 30 months Fri Jan 19, 2007 Anti-spanking platform draws heated response Fri Jan 19, 2007 Pasadena Star-News - Praise for trunking law Fri Jan 19, 2007 Life in prison for truck deaths - Crime & Punishment - Fri Jan 19, 2007 Air-traffic controller error cited in near-collision Fri Jan 19, 2007 The mysterious 'Hey, That Laker Took My Cake' Caper Fri Jan 19, 2007 LAX runway blunder forces incoming jet to pull away Fri Jan 19, 2007 Mayor's LAUSD reforms unveiled Fri Jan 19, 2007 It's winter for a day as snow dusts parts of L.A. Thu Jan 18, 2007 House Votes to Reduce Rates on Student Loans - Thu Jan 18, 2007 A 12th Dallas Convict Is Exonerated by DNA - New York Times Thu Jan 18, 2007 Doomsday Clock moves closer to midnight - Yahoo! News Thu Jan 18, 2007 Dubai closes in on tallest skyscraper - Yahoo! News Thu Jan 18, 2007 Cancer found more often in dense breasts - Yahoo! News Thu Jan 18, 2007 In Sweeping Schools Vision, Big Risks for the Mayor - New York Times Thu Jan 18, 2007 Ditka still steamed over firing Wed Jan 17, 2007 Christmas is a time for taking from schools Wed Jan 17, 2007 Snow falls in mountains above Malibu, snarls I-5 near Los Angeles Wed Jan 17, 2007 Pastor 3 Emailing: big_bopper_autopsy Wed Jan 17, 2007 359k As Trial Begins, Cheney’s Ex-Aide Is Still a Puzzle - New York Times Wed Jan 17, 2007 Federal prosecutors' resignations raise red flag Tue Jan 16, 2007 Station fires 10 over woman's death following water-drinking contest Tue Jan 16, 2007 Jay Mathews - America's Best Classroom Teacher - Tue Jan 16, 2007 51% of Women Are Now Living Without Spouse - New York Times Tue Jan 16, 2007 Kidnapping Suspect’s Co-Workers Stunned - New York Times Tue Jan 16, 2007 34000 Iraqis Killed in 2006 Middle East Online Tue Jan 16, 2007 For many minorities, UC Riverside is the campus of choice Mon Jan 15, 2007

Tips for getting your kids picked up by a magnet Mon Jan 15, 2007 Living with a failed mission Mon Jan 15, 2007 Martin Luther King Jr. Day marked nationwide Mon Jan 15, 2007 Water-drinking contestants say they weren't told of health risks Mon Jan 15, 2007 A Mission of Understanding - Mon Jan 15, 2007 King's legacy of faith - Yahoo! News Mon Jan 15, 2007 Camper rescued after weeks in the wild - Yahoo! News Mon Jan 15, 2007 State prosecutors take control of Duke sex assault case Sun Jan 14, 2007 Cheney: Credit checks aren't illegal Sun Jan 14, 2007 California braces for big chill Sun Jan 14, 2007 The Arab American News Sun Jan 14, 2007 Xinhua - English Sun Jan 14, 2007 All it takes to support teachers is a little education Sun Jan 14, 2007 After all the adjectives, this is bigger still Sun Jan 14, 2007 L.A. area set to crack down on 'dark side of paradise' Sun Jan 14, 2007 Jurors hear of 'gruesome timeline' Sun Jan 14, 2007 Unusually warm weather puts the East Coast in early bloom Sun Jan 14, 2007 A school finds a singular road to academic success Sun Jan 14, 2007 Traffic disaster towers over L.A. Sun Jan 14, 2007 A little-known 'literary feast' in Long Beach Sun Jan 14, 2007 Of Aquamaids and Giant Sponges - Sun Jan 14, 2007 Miller’s Dazzling, All-Out Run Wins Lauberhorn - New York Times Sun Jan 14, 2007 A Sliver of a Storefront, a Faith on the Rise - New York Times Sun Jan 14, 2007 Kidnapped Boys Found Sat Jan 13, 2007 John Grisham faces real court room drama - Yahoo! News Sat Jan 13, 2007 Doctor’s Killer Tries to Make Abortion the Issue - New York Times Sat Jan 13, 2007 In London, a Peek at New York Playgrounds Ahead - New York Times Sat Jan 13, 2007 Secret Santa who gave away $1.3M dies - Yahoo! News Sat Jan 13, 2007

Ask a Mexican, the Glossary: Ask a Mexican, the Glossary (Seattle Weekly) Sat Jan 13, 2007 Everest climbers encounter life/death ethical questions Sat Jan 13, 2007 The Seattle Times: Divers died as party went on above Sat Jan 13, 2007 re Rachel Reed: NSF Grant to Calvin Will Help Groom Young Scientists Sat Jan 13, 2007 Chimes: Cultural Mandate and Great Commission go hand in hand Sat Jan 13, 2007 Chimes: Vande Kopple named Professor of the Year Sat Jan 13, 2007 Chimes: Diekema's favorite memory of Spoelhof Sat Jan 13, 2007 Re Ken plagiarism Sat Jan 13, 2007 Chimes: Ten questions for Byker's ten years Sat Jan 13, 2007 Defibrillator likely aided HISD athlete | - Houston Chronicle Fri Jan 12, 2007 - King's birthday offers chances to serve Fri Jan 12, 2007 - Thousands mourn USC kicker Fri Jan 12, 2007 | FHP trooper shot, killed during traffic stop Fri Jan 12, 2007 - Garcia finally faces court Fri Jan 12, 2007 Ford called Carter a ‘disaster’ - Gerald R. Ford - Fri Jan 12, 2007 Trusting Maliki could be tricky Fri Jan 12, 2007 Missing boys found; one held since 2002 Fri Jan 12, 2007 House near Midway hit by plane piece Fri Jan 12, 2007 Duke Lacrosse Prosecutor Wants Out Fri Jan 12, 2007 Fake doctor charged in getaway Fri Jan 12, 2007 Fake doctor charged in getaway Fri Jan 12, 2007 Airlines' promises don't fly, study says Fri Jan 12, 2007 Boy found on CTA tracks was hit by train Fri Jan 12, 2007 In Traffic’s Jam, Who’s Driving May Be Surprising - New York Times Fri Jan 12, 2007 - President chokes up as he honors a war hero Fri Jan 12, 2007 Fire destroys at least 8 Malibu homes; dozens more are threatened Thu Jan 11, 2007 'Coldest in recent memory' phrase to be tested here Thu Jan 11, 2007 LAPD Chief would open meetings to public Thu Jan 11, 2007

The Jakarta Post - Government: Not enough money for digging work halt mud flow Thu Jan 11, 2007 Newly Released Prisoners At High Risk Of Death Thu Jan 11, 2007 House Bans Smoking, and Few Complain - New York Times Thu Jan 11, 2007 Fisherman's find narrows search for lost plane - World - Thu Jan 11, 2007 New York Daily News - Home - Daily News Exclusive: Failure leaves a testy Barry Thu Jan 11, 2007 For $7.93 an Hour, It’s Worth a Trip Across a State Line - New York Times Thu Jan 11, 2007 Bush Adds Troops in Bid to Secure Iraq - New York Times Thu Jan 11, 2007 Shooting at Masonic Lodge kills man Wed Jan 10, 2007 Scorpion stings passenger flying from Chicago Wed Jan 10, 2007 Why Our Hero Leapt Onto the Tracks and We Might Not - New York Times Wed Jan 10, 2007 Schwarzenegger’s Plan for Universal Care Draws No Universal Agreement - New Yo... Wed Jan 10, 2007 Scooby-Doo: A Legacy With Appeal That's No Mystery - Wed Jan 10, 2007 A frustrated flier lands on `watch list' Wed Jan 10, 2007 The warmest year ever Wed Jan 10, 2007 Downtown Austin shut after 63 birds die off Tue Jan 09, 2007 Honesty helps Obama separate past from future Tue Jan 09, 2007 Wheaton College students robbed Tue Jan 09, 2007 Officers shoot bean bags to awaken man with gun Tue Jan 09, 2007 Friends celebrate the life of a humble star Tue Jan 09, 2007 Windblown fire razes oceanfront houses Tue Jan 09, 2007 | Gators Stun Buckeyes 41-14 Tue Jan 09, 2007 Mystery of the Boeing that simply vanished - World - Tue Jan 09, 2007 VOA News - US Submarine, Japanese Ship Collide in Arabian Sea Tue Jan 09, 2007 Dad says ‘Tigger’ hit his son at Disney park - U.S. Life - Sun Jan 07, 2007 16 Hospitalized As D.C. Subway Derails - New York Times Sun Jan 07, 2007 Dark cloud over good works of Gates Foundation Sun Jan 07, 2007

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A primer for the superintendent Mon Nov 20, 2006 You Said a Mouthful, Bob Mon Nov 20, 2006 12k The religious divide - The Boston Globe Mon Nov 20, 2006 More colleges aiming to join fellowship elite - The Boston Globe Mon Nov 20, 2006 New York Daily News - Home - Bill & Hil's neighbors shot Mon Nov 20, 2006 New York Daily News - Home - Dick Weiss: Shadow of Bo looms largest Sun Nov 19, 2006 A new era in South Pasadena Sun Nov 19, 2006 Republicans Lost Ground With Latinos In Midterms Sun Nov 19, 2006 LA Daily News - Interfaith Thanksgiving service is going global Sat Nov 18, 2006 No joy in Mudville, but a lot of fun at Angel Stadium Sat Nov 18, 2006 Minister’s Own Rules Sealed His Fate - New York Times Sat Nov 18, 2006 For Top 2, Grief Adds to Lore of the Big Game - New York Times Sat Nov 18, 2006 Bo's legacy lives on in game of the year - Yahoo! News Sat Nov 18, 2006 Bush works to keep pressure on N. Korea - Yahoo! News Sat Nov 18, 2006 - COLUMNIST/FORDE - Forde: Smith eyeing heartbreak hat trick Sat Nov 18, 2006 Fw: Another Sicko/Pervert Story Fri Nov 17, 2006 LA Daily News - School flunks test program, seeks charter Fri Nov 17, 2006 A third incident, a new video Thu Nov 16, 2006 Brewer gets no honeymoon at L.A. Unified Wed Nov 15, 2006 3 Christian Groups Move To Condemn Gay Sex - Wed Nov 15, 2006 Expose a scandal, face a prison term Tue Nov 14, 2006 Fw: I Know About Police Brutality Tue Nov 14, 2006 12k LA Daily News - LAUSD consolidates programs Sun Nov 12, 2006 LA Daily News - 'Warrior' bent in LAPD Sun Nov 12, 2006 LA Daily News - 'Warrior' bent in LAPD Sun Nov 12, 2006 Grand Rapids: Young pastors lead changing of the guard in area black churches Sat Nov 11, 2006 Schools targeted for takeover far from the worst Fri Nov 10, 2006 Pumpkin gets stuck on deer’s snout - Animal Peculiarity - Fri Nov 10, 2006

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Money May Be Short for New Schools Thu Oct 19, 2006 EUREKA! By SANDRA GUZMAN - New York Post Online Edition: Seven Wed Oct 18, 2006 TIGER SAVES AWKWARD MOMENT - New York Post Online Edition: Seven Wed Oct 18, 2006 BBC NEWS | Middle East | Israeli press turns on Katsav Mon Oct 16, 2006 From Woeful to World Series - New York Times Sat Oct 14, 2006 All Eyes Are on Schools Chief as He Takes Stage Sat Oct 14, 2006 Fw: RE: Another Sicko/Pervert Story Sat Oct 14, 2006 Fw: At Yahoo, All Is Not Well - New York Times Sat Oct 14, 2006 Fw: Religion-Based Tax Breaks: Housing to Paychecks to Books - New York Times Sat Oct 14, 2006 Fw: Religion-Based Tax Breaks: Housing to Paychecks to Books - New York Times Sat Oct 14, 2006 Fw: LA mayor opens tourism office in China - Yahoo! News Sat Oct 14, 2006 Fw: Mich. board OKs curriculum on evolution - Yahoo! News Sat Oct 14, 2006 Fw: Re: Tigers Win! New York Post Online Edition: News Sat Oct 14, 2006 Book: Bush Aides Called Evangelicals 'Nuts' Fri Oct 13, 2006 Ex-Admiral Is Named New Schools Chief Fri Oct 13, 2006 DeVos more aggressive in second debate Fri Oct 13, 2006 City Council Gets Its Own Attorney Fri Oct 13, 2006 Teachers assail head of district Fri Oct 13, 2006 Check All - Clear All 5533

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Actors in L.A. Unified Drama Veer Toward Comedy of the Absurd Mon Oct 09, 2006 Woman becomes a ‘consecrated virgin’ - U.S. Life - Mon Oct 09, 2006 Fw: RE: Why is the Gadahn Pearlman story dated Dec 31, 1969 ? Mon Oct 09, 2006 Fw: Re: Why is the Gadahn Pearlman story dated Dec 31, 1969 ? Mon Oct 09, 2006 Pasadena Star-News - Teachers tackle student walkouts Mon Oct 09, 2006 Religious right wields clout - The Boston Globe Mon Oct 09, 2006 Where Men Saddle Up and Ponies Paddle Over Fri Jul 28, 2006 Heat Eases, but Thousands of Southern Californians Still Lack Power Thu Jul 27, 2006 Saddam Asks to Be Executed by Firing Squad if Sentenced to Death Wed Jul 26, 2006 Faith, Reason, God and Other Imponderables - New York Times Wed Jul 26, 2006 ABC News: Slather It On: Potent New Sunscreen Approved by FDA Wed Jul 26, 2006 Mayor to Hire School District Envoy Tue Jul 25, 2006 High Nighttime Temperatures Set Records Too Tue Jul 25, 2006 LA Daily News - Critics say mayor stifling debate on school reform bill Tue Jul 25, 2006 More blackouts feared in California - Yahoo! News Mon Jul 24, 2006 LA Daily News - 14% of LAUSD seniors flunk exit test Sun Jul 23, 2006 Clerks II - Review - Movies - New York Times Sat Jul 22, 2006 The Lebanon Blitz Sat Jul 22, 2006 As Layoffs Sweep Movie Studios, Hollywood Fears for Its Future Fri Jul 21, 2006 Supt. Romer Lashes Out at Villaraigosa for Criticism Fri Jul 21, 2006 Blackout in Queens Affects Many More Than Estimated - New York Times Fri Jul 21, 2006 The Dark Trade - Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone From Yahoo! News Mon Jul 17, 2006 Healthcare in Need of Major Surgery Sun Jul 16, 2006 St Ken of Enron leads Bush’s new Christianity - Sunday Times - Times Online Sun Jul 16, 2006 Public Schools Perform Near Private Ones in Study - New York Times Sun Jul 16, 2006 LA Daily News - Panel releases LAUSD-reform study Sat Jul 15, 2006 Broad Attacks Villaraigosa's Plan for Schools Sat Jul 15, 2006 Ex-teacher goes to jail for nude photos - Yahoo! News Fri Jul 14, 2006 Building castles in the air, Spanish style - Yahoo! News Thu Jul 13, 2006 LA Daily News - Limits eyed for school board Wed Jul 12, 2006 HE'S A SAINT OF SCIENCE By DAVID ANDREATTA - New York Post Online Edition: News Wed Jul 12, 2006 Summer Vacation of Our Discontent Tue Jul 11, 2006 LA Daily News - Charter operator may get own say Tue Jul 11, 2006 Mushroom drug produces mystical experience - Yahoo! News Tue Jul 11, 2006 Idyllwild Wonders Why It's Still Standing Tue Jul 11, 2006 Young and Old Soak Up The Gospel of Graham Mon Jul 10, 2006 City Strives to Fill Teaching Positions Mon Jul 10, 2006 Bringing the Church to the Courtroom Mon Jul 10, 2006 Six-Figure Fines For Four-Letter Words Worry Broadcasters Mon Jul 10, 2006 Is the Way to Students' Minds Through Their Laptops? Mon Jul 10, 2006 Millions of Cameroon girls suffer "breast ironing" | Mon Jul 10, 2006 Autism, mercury, and politics - The Boston Globe - - Op-ed - News Mon Jul 10, 2006 Online video boom raises risks, concerns - Yahoo! News Sun Jul 09, 2006 LA Daily News - 'Deal' on LAUSD needs good going-over Sun Jul 09, 2006 LA Daily News - Can't buy you scores Sun Jul 09, 2006 LA Daily News - Parents united Sun Jul 09, 2006 LA Daily News - After careers spent in films and TV, industry's aging stars, beh... Sun Jul 09, 2006 Pastor III: Last Weeks (4th of July ) Message: Praising God for the Birth of... Sun Jul 09, 2006 2685k IT'S EASIER TO DENOUNCE ILLEGAL WORKERS THAN ILLEGAL HIRING - Yahoo! News Sat Jul 08, 2006 Saluting a Marine and Angels Fan Sat Jul 08, 2006 Staggering Under Burden of Compassion Sat Jul 08, 2006

LA Daily News - Vandals strike Jewish temple Sat Jul 08, 2006 My Turn Online: Getting a Brushback From Babe Ruth - Newsweek My Turn - Fri Jul 07, 2006 - Why the United States doesn't take to soccer Fri Jul 07, 2006 Bright Days for Gray Davis Fri Jul 07, 2006 When corn is king | Thu Jul 06, 2006 Sweet but Not So Innocent? ( Thu Jul 06, 2006 The Murky World of High-Fructose Corn Syrup Thu Jul 06, 2006 LA Daily News - Ashley Judd says she was treated for depression Wed Jul 05, 2006 Barking dogs latest weapon in fight for clean beaches Wed Jul 05, 2006 - Enron founder Ken Lay dead Wed Jul 05, 2006 Study finds breast feeding wards off bed-wetting | Tue Jul 04, 2006 | 07/04/2006 | Death can come quickly to a child, pet in a parke... Tue Jul 04, 2006 New York Post Online Edition: Breaking News Tue Jul 04, 2006 The Strange Stuff Inside Fireworks - Yahoo! News Tue Jul 04, 2006 Doctors Probe 'Miracle' Rebirth of a Long-Dormant Mind - Tue Jul 04, 2006 Golden Eggs - The Boston Globe Mon Jul 03, 2006 Teachers Unions and Public Schools: Who Needs 'Em? Mon Jul 03, 2006 L.A. Unified Losing Staff to Charters Mon Jul 03, 2006 Barrister Mark Okoye Attention: family of Mr.David Lii !!! Mon Jul 03, 2006 Camera Seized in Pitt-Jolie Photo Probe Sun Jul 02, 2006 Anesthesiologists Advised to Avoid Executions Sun Jul 02, 2006 Danger of Intentional Miscomprehension and Learned Helplessness Sun Jul 02, 2006 9k Roots of human family tree are shallow - Yahoo! News Sat Jul 01, 2006 City Has a New Bounce in Its Step Sat Jul 01, 2006 BOUNCER BUSTS By STEPHANIE GASKELL - New York Post Online Edition: News Thu Jun 29, 2006 Bill gates foundation Tue Jun 27, 2006 Think your office is a zoo? Companies go pet-friendly - Yahoo! News Fri Jun 23, 2006 LA Daily News - California facing oil risk Fri Jun 23, 2006 LA Daily News - Big One may hit as soon as today Thu Jun 22, 2006 New Fuel Source Grows on the Prairie Thu Jun 22, 2006 California Prison Guards' Power Called 'Disturbing' Thu Jun 22, 2006 Fw: "Humiliating" is not the word for it. Lack of empowerment is Thu Jun 22, 2006 RIPPER VICTIM GIVES TEXAS-SIZE THANKS TO N.Y. By JANA WINTER - New York Post Onl... Wed Jun 21, 2006 Publisher's Death in Maryland Called Suicide - New York Times Wed Jun 21, 2006 Two Killed in Florida Detention Center Shooting - New York Times Wed Jun 21, 2006 Next Victim of Warming: The Beaches - New York Times Tue Jun 20, 2006 Teach for America surging in popularity - Yahoo! News Sat Jun 17, 2006 Memories fresh for witness of Hitler's last days | Sat Jun 17, 2006 LA Daily News - Remains, artifacts on Grand Fri Jun 16, 2006 A Wok With Jesus: Saving Souls in Chinese Kitchens Wed Jun 14, 2006 Sunbather's Death Puts Focus on SUV Patrols Wed Jun 14, 2006 Breast-Feed or Else - New York Times Tue Jun 13, 2006 Students find ring tone adults can't hear - Yahoo! News Tue Jun 13, 2006 A Fortune Built From Elbow Grease and Oil Sun Jun 11, 2006 Judge's Loss Stuns Experts Thu Jun 08, 2006 A Northridge Junior High Tells L.A. Unified: Don't Fence Us In Thu Jun 08, 2006 Bullied by the Eunuchs Wed Jun 07, 2006 Ruling Against Integration Plans Could Add to L.A. Schools' Burden Tue Jun 06, 2006 Everyone Deserves a Great School Experience Mon Jun 05, 2006 In Gilded Age of Home Schooling, Students Have Private Teachers - New York Times Sun Jun 04, 2006 LA Daily News - When Memorial Day is every day Sun Jun 04, 2006 LA Daily News - The Dark Side of Hollywood Sun Jun 04, 2006

Sons of The Father Sat Jun 03, 2006 Fw: RE: Nice article about gooden Thu Jun 01, 2006 7k LA Daily News - LAPD blog just bogs down net Wed May 31, 2006 What Would You Do if You Were Invisible? - OhmyNews International Mon May 29, 2006 LA Daily News - Sharp divisions over L.A.'s influence in Iran Sun May 28, 2006 Who's That Masked Man and Where Did He Learn to Wrestle Like That? - New York Ti... Sat May 27, 2006 The Persian Complex - New York Times Wed May 24, 2006 EMPLOYERS OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE - Yahoo! News Mon May 22, 2006 Philadelphia Inquirer | 05/21/2006 | Prospects for ethanol are mixed Sun May 21, 2006 - Heresy or holy faith? Sun May 21, 2006 | Forging its own identity Sat May 20, 2006 LA Times - L.A. Schools State Their Case Sat May 20, 2006 11k Burden of Proof Mon May 15, 2006 Letting Students Off the Hook Doesn't Help Them Mon May 15, 2006 Good Times at a Backpackers' Paradise - New York Times Fri May 12, 2006 2,800 Prom Gowns From a Single Thread Fri May 12, 2006 The right formula - The Boston Globe Wed May 10, 2006 The Seattle Times: Opinion: Lessons of a brutal assault Wed May 10, 2006 Millions in US have poor vision, go without help - Yahoo! News Tue May 09, 2006 Isn't it Ionic? Air Purifiers Make Smog - Yahoo! News Tue May 09, 2006 Behavior guide aims at demise of "the ugly American" | Tue May 09, 2006 LA Daily News - Education heroes Mon May 08, 2006 Texas Case Spurs Arson Conviction Questions Mon May 08, 2006 LA Daily News - Volunteers prepare for Big Sunday, a day of community spirit Thu May 04, 2006 Earl woods dies: Tigers dad Thu May 04, 2006 Rule aims to halt theft by lawyers - The Boston Globe Wed May 03, 2006 Prayer Sat Apr 29, 2006 Waterfalls Sat Apr 29, 2006 Whitewashing the Founding Fathers - The Boston Globe Tue Apr 25, 2006 To Grieve in Peace (1 Letter) - New York Times Mon Apr 24, 2006 > News > State -- Demonstrators protest outside Bush immigrat... Mon Apr 24, 2006 LA Daily News - Opinions Sun Apr 23, 2006 LA Daily News - Religion Sun Apr 23, 2006 Bush Visits Ailing Former President Ford Sun Apr 23, 2006 | Raided company says hirers duped by fake ID papers Sun Apr 23, 2006 For the Los Angeles Clippers, These Are the Best of Times - New York Times Sat Apr 22, 2006 Duke Player Has Proof of Innocence, Lawyer Says - New York Times Sat Apr 22, 2006 Fw: Re: This is the sky. I'm staring up at it after a long day Wed Apr 19, 2006 Fw: Re: CEOs say how you treat a waiter Wed Apr 19, 2006 LA Daily News - News Tue Apr 18, 2006 CEOs say how you treat a waiter can predict a lot about character - Yahoo! News Mon Apr 17, 2006 Modern Ministry Is Off to Raucous Start Sun Apr 16, 2006 Easter Message from Pastor III: Maintaining Spiritual Equilibrium Sun Apr 16, 2006 32k | How bunnies and painted eggs became part of Easter tradition Sun Apr 16, 2006 Forget Computers. Here Comes the Sun. - New York Times Sat Apr 15, 2006 LA Daily News - News Fri Apr 14, 2006 LA Daily News - News Fri Apr 14, 2006

Homeless arrests in L.A. ruled unconstitutional | Fri Apr 14, 2006 BROWN IS THE NEW BLACK - Yahoo! News Thu Apr 13, 2006 - Rite of baptism trickles away Wed Apr 12, 2006 We are Easter people - Yahoo! News Wed Apr 12, 2006 Teaching the Bible in Georgia's Public Schools - New York Times Tue Apr 11, 2006 Faith-Based Medicine - New York Times Tue Apr 11, 2006 LA Daily News - News Thu Mar 16, 2006 Newsletters Breaking News: Dubai-owned company may give up management stake in some US ports Thu Mar 09, 2006 - The Navy's swimming spy plane - Feb 24, 2006 Mon Feb 27, 2006 National Association for Bilingual Education - Press Room Sat Feb 25, 2006 | School district primes for legal battle Sat Feb 25, 2006 | School district primes for legal battle Sat Feb 25, 2006 Over four million students Left Behind - Opinion Sat Feb 25, 2006 Teaching 'Standard Kids' Sat Feb 25, 2006 Inquiring Gringos Want to Know - Los Angeles Times Fri Feb 24, 2006 Why cell phone coverage can be spotty - Tech News & Reviews - Wed Feb 22, 2006 Austria Imposes 3-Year Sentence on Notorious Holocaust Denier - New York Times Mon Feb 20, 2006 Discovering a Yosemite Hushed by Winter's Snow - New York Times Sun Feb 19, 2006 LA Daily News - Home Sun Feb 19, 2006 Ananova - New gadget repels teenagers Sat Feb 18, 2006 Boomers: The Real Greatest Generation Sat Feb 18, 2006 Check All - Clear All MARCH APRIL 2006 (FROM JJ1JJ12000) Sender Subject Date Size Faith-Based Medicine - New York Times Tue Apr 11, 2006 DeLay's Next Mission From God Sat Apr 08, 2006 Newly Translated Gospel Offers More Positive Portrayal of Judas Thu Apr 06, 2006 Newly Translated Gospel Offers More Positive Portrayal of Judas Thu Apr 06, 2006 This weeks sunday message will be about the dangers of racism Thu Apr 06, 2006 The Seattle Times: Nation & World: Quirky "fishapod" crawls onto our family tree Thu Apr 06, 2006 Terror in our streets: L.A. Daily News Special Report Wed Apr 05, 2006 Terror in our streets: L.A. Daily News Special Report Wed Apr 05, 2006 Jesus Could Have Walked on Ice, Scientist Says - Yahoo! News Tue Apr 04, 2006 News - Health - Health warning: Praying for the sick makes them fee... Tue Apr 04, 2006 Depression Hits Some Preachers' Wives - Yahoo! News Mon Apr 03, 2006 LA Daily News - Their Opinion Sun Apr 02, 2006 Father eulogizes slain minister as 'a loving son' - Wednesday, 03/29/06 Sun Apr 02, 2006 Fashion & Style (Forum/Message Board) - The New York Times Sat Apr 01, 2006 Fashion & Style (Forum/Message Board) - The New York Times Sat Apr 01, 2006 Edison ms Fri Mar 31, 2006 319k LA Daily News - News Fri Mar 31, 2006 LA Daily News - Their Opinion Fri Mar 31, 2006 LA Daily News - Their Opinion Fri Mar 31, 2006 LA Daily News - News Wed Mar 29, 2006 Moussaoui Says He Was Part of Plot to Attack White House - New York Times Mon Mar 27, 2006 Immigration March Draws 500,000 in L.A. - Yahoo! News Sat Mar 25, 2006 Researchers Look at Prayer and Healing Thu Mar 23, 2006 - Landmarks in O.C. Wed Mar 22, 2006

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The news changes style here, and it is also written from oldest to most recent, opposite of the above. APRIL 2004 -MAY 2006 3 Years In the News The Good,the Bad,& the Ugly "In the News " (by Pastor Kok III, Mustard Seed Ministries) Selected Excerpts from the News Compiled April 11, 2004 through May3, 2006 (every letter typed by J.P. Kok. No “Cut-n-Paste”). News was Compiled Daily from Various News Agencies, almost exclusively via my Cell Phone. Stories are referenced by news agency along with the reporter (if it was included with the story, sometimes the writer/reporter is not included, and sometimes, especially when I first began doing this, I inadvertently ommitted the source). Warning: Some of the news is graphic and can be disturbing to read. Disturbing things happen in our world and they are reported by various news agencies. Almost everything I personally read on my cell phone news is included below, verbatim (meaning it is word for word even if all of the below is not in quotation marks. Quotation marks are implied, unless I've made a comment in brackets). April 11, 2004

Condoleeza Rice Sony Pict Purchases Clarke Book “Against All Enemies” Dozens dead.trapped in Russian Mine Blast Al Quaeda memo shows FBI suspected hijack plot ( Bush was aware by PDB) Cory Spinks wins fight April 19, 2004 A fan fell from the baseball stands trying to catch the history 661’s career home run hit by Barry Bonds. The fan fell 20 feet landing on his wrists, and suffered a laceration to his head. The ball ended up splashing into the San Francisco bay On an island in the middle of the Indian Ocean is the world’s largest raised coral atoll. 1000’s of giant tortoises roam, and huge robber crabs, the worlds largest anthropods up to 3 feet in length scour the beaches able to rip open coconut shells with the pincers. White throated rails the last surviving flightless bird of the Indian Ocean wander the island. Hawksbill and green turtles come in the 1000’s to breed. There are over 200 plant species. Waters teeming with life include sharks, stingrays, groupeers, and aldabra, Along with the Galapagos Island it is one of the world’s greatest natural treasures. Now this is threatened say conservationists due to plans of the Seychelles government to build . Two fraternity brothers Friday were sentenced to community service but escaped jail for stealing and eating a jumbo goldfish at the University of California Santa Cruz.. ..the men were drunk when they snatched the 18 inch koi fish which was referred to both as Midas & Goldie and lived in a university of owned pond the men fried the gold fish and fed to fraternity pledges last year as part of their sentence each man will have to work forty hours at a Japanese …institute that has a pond filled with koi.. the incident was filming for the MTV series fraternity life but never aired.. A Fort Meyers Florida teen has been charged with hiring an undercover policeman to shoot and kill his mother while instructing the purported hitman not to damage the family television More than a century after they died the men of the CSS Hunley are finally being laid to rest.. the confederates had a primitive submarine at their disposal during the Civil War and was the first submarine to sink another ship.. but in the process it also …sank itself.. killing the 8 men who volunteered for the mission.. a funeral ceremony will be held for the men this week at Charleston’s historic Magnolia cemetery The average retail price for a gallon of gas has hit a record of $1.80 said AAA on Saturday while in California the average is closer to $2.15 The body of DruSjodin ..the University of North Dakota student was found in Minnesota.., 5 months after she disappeared from the parking lot of a N. Dakota Shopping mall where she was an employee at Victoria’s Secret..the Body was found in a ditch in Crookston, MN, the hometown of the suspected killer. An NHL player, Mike Danton of the St. Louis Blues has been arrested in connection with an alleged murder-for-hire scheme..according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court, Danton, age 23, and a woman face charges of conspiring and using a telephone across state lines to set up a murder. The FBI said Danton wanted somebody to kill a man hired to kill him, and that he hatched a plot for the hitman to kill the hitman and make it look like two burglars had broken in. 14 African migrants drowned trying to reach Spain’s Canary Islands Saturday when the boats crashed into each other and capsized. Two persons were missing incl a 9 mo. Old baby… April 25, 2004 A German Shepherd ate 28 golf balls owner Mike Wordrop of N. England says.

Pat Tillman—killed in action, former St. Louis Cardinals NFL player OTHER Sad story of year—gal in coma after being beaten by others after she kissed another girls boyfriend on a dare. Nicole Townes in Baltimore. Sad Story—the gal dragged to death by the sleeve of her jacket which got caught in the door after she was dropped off for school News from Fresno..—man killed wife or wives & children, some of whom were one and the same (so to speak) . He was the father & grandfather of some of the children May 2, 2004 Supreme Court Justice David Souter gets assaulted; Kentucky Derby, --Smarty Jones wins; Emily Yzaguirre age 7 escapes from would be kidnapper; Texas Floods; Hotel Fire-Rome—Spotlight— Norman Jackson Flight bomber—Lancaster, Honor Killings—Turkey.. Lakers-Angels, Tigers, Yankees. 7 Hubble 8) stocks 9) Weather , 10 Koroneburg –Renaissance Faire.. May 9, 2004 Iraqi abuse, Defense secretary Rumsfeld, Psychologists opinions, Philip Zimbardo—Stanford University, Palo Alto, Blue Roses (Liver Enzyme), Hydrogen Fuel (converter), The Sasser worm—18 year old boy in Germany, May 16, 2004 Allegations of Prisoner abuse continue... Prosthetic Limbs for Amputated Prisoners.. Brazil—33 persons die in plane crash, propeller aircraft Did Al-Zarquawi behead Nick Berg? Cuban Protest against U.S. squeeze... Daily Mirror admits fraudulent photos... Editor Piers Morgan Resigns... 2 Disc Jockeys fired for laughing about beheading of Nick Berg.. NBA Game of the Week Lakers v. Spurs last shot .4 seconds by Derek Fisher Baseball—Angels keep winning May 24, 2004 Bush injures self on bike Did U.S. bomb a Wedding party.ceremony? Suspicious activity on the NY—Philly- Washington Rail Corridor Blimp crashes in Las Vegas. Reggie Jackson’s Jersey retired. Lakers beat Spurs, win first game against the T-Wolves. Prisoners released in Iraq New Dinosaur discovered in southern Montana. May 30, 2004 Mexoryl--- a powerful sunblock chemical Pat Tilman—killed by friendly fire? American Airlines attendant Gay Wilson Arrested for penning a bomb note Libya—not sure where missing nuclear parts are Garden Grove Strawberry Festival 5.5 Earthquake in Iran

3 Children dead.decapitated in Baltimore Smarty Jones Pacers-Pistons Am Military Vets. New Memorial in Wash D.C. Ronald Reagan has died at age 93—on Saturday in his Bel-Air home, the nations 40th president told the world in November of 1994 that he had been diagnosed with early stages of Alzheimers , an incurable illness that destroys brain cells. His body was expected to be taken to his presidential library & museum in Simi Valley, CA and then flown to Washington to lie in state in the capitol rotunda. His funeral is expected to be at the National Cathedral and then the body returned to California for a sunset burial at the library. Reagan lived longer than any U.S. President, and spent his last decade in seclusion because of the disease. Surviving ex-presidents today include Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George Bush Sr., and Bill Clinton. A month ago Nancy Reagan told the media that ‘Ronnie’s long journey has finally taken him to a place where I can no longer reach him” Reagan’s oldest daughter, Maureen, from his first marriage to Jane Wyman died in August 2001 at age 60 from Cancer. By the way—she had been scheduled as a guest speaker at the Care & Kindess conference at the Crystal Cathedral for 2002 until her unexpected death. Three other children survive, adopted son, Michael, from his first marriage, Patti Davis and Ron from his 2nd marriage , from ’81 to’89 Reagan reshaped the Republican party reshaped the Republican party in his conservative image, fixed his eyes on the demise of the Soviet Union—and E. Europe communism and tripled the national debt to 3 trillion in his single-minded competition with the other super power. Before Reagan became president he had been involved in radio broadcasting, acting, television performing and now is a spokesperson for General Electric Co. as well as a two term governor for the state of California. Reagan was known for his strong opinion about needing to downscale government saying government is not the solution, it’s the problem. He challenged welfare and other handout programs that had been started by FDR’s New Deal. He managed also to achieve arms control agreement between the U.S. And the Soviet Union . He was criticized for suspicions that he had authorized secret arms sales to Iran while seeking their aid to gain release of American hostages in Lebanon. Despite that, he left office in 1989 with the highest popularity ratings of any retiring president in the history of modern day public opinion polls (according to ABC), The reason for his popularity, some say, was his ability to communicate and connect with ordinary Americans even though some of his policies infuriated the liberals. At age 69, Reagan was the oldest person ever elected president. He came close to death when he was struck by at least one of six bullets fired—which came close to his heart. On March 30, 1981, Regan was leaving a Washington Hotel after addressing labor leaders when a young drifter John Hinckley fired six shots at him. His wit even in times of gravity is shown by his comment to his wife. Shortly later, saying, ‘Dear, I forgot to Duck.” Another time as he was going in for surgery he quipped to the surgeons, “ I hope you are all Republicans.” Four years later he was re-elected, defeating Walter Mondale, while winning 49 of 50 states. At the time of his death Reagan was apparently at a stage of life when he could no longer speak, feed himself, or recognize his family. President Bush was in Paris at the time of his death and said, “It’s a sad day for America.” All government buildings are ordered to fly the flags at half-mast for thirty days. Reagan’s politics were known as “Reaganomics” and was highlighted by his so-called “Trickledown theory” . Despite criticism, Reagan was able to deflect and because of his thick skin, became known as the Teflon president. His tough talk against the “evil empire” of the Soviet Union brought him support at home and abroad. Some credit him for hastening the demise of communism around the world. Reagan was born on February 6, 1911, in the little town of Tampico, Illinois his father was a shoe salesman who drank his slim profits, and the family moved often. His mother was very religious and raised Ron and his brother Neil in the Disciples of Christ church. Ronald was athletic, a lifeguard, a

football player and participated in drama. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics and sociology. He was a radio announcer for a while and was known as “Dutch”, albeit apparently had Irish heritage . Later, he acted in movies such as “Bedtime for Bonzo” as well as “King’s Row” and “Knute Rockne: All American” which led to his nickname, “The Gipper” . Because of his poor eyesight, Reagan was ineligible for combat duty , so he spent the war years in Los Angeles making army training films and patriotic features, although for a while he apparently hung around with a communist sympathetic group and he was president of the screen actor’s guild from 1947-1960. However, his second wife, Actress, Nancy Davis Reagan encouraged him in the Republican direction and Reagan ended up participating with the FBI and Senator Eugene McCarthy in the blacklists of alleged communists in Hollywood. Reagan was elected governor in 1966 and served two terms. His biggest controversy was the arrangement he made with Iran to sell them arms n exchange for release of hostages from Lebanon ( or help in procuring their release). The arms sold to Iran apparently were given to right-wing contra guerilla in Nicaragua which led to the involvement of Oliver North, Reagan contended he had no idea what Oliver North was doing. He left office at a time of high prosperity for the Nation—and it wasn’t until many years later that the effects of a huge federal deficit and savings & loan crisis were felt. Yahoo reports that early in his career analysts had laughed him off as a shallow show business buffoon—all grin and pomp. Clark Gifford called him an amiable dunce. Nonetheless, Reagan was the answer to conservative prayers, following in Barry Goldwater’s footsteps . His parting comments from the president’s office were “We meant to change a nation, instead we changed a world.” Despite Alzheimers, he was till able to write on November 5, 1994, “When the Lord calls me home I will leave with the greatest love for this country of ours and eternal optimism for its future. I know that for America there will always be a bright dawn ahead” . IN addition to the surgery for gunshot wounds. Reagan was also strong in his position against terrorists. In April , 1986 he ordered air strikes on Libya. He also protected gulf oil shipping lanes during the Iran-Iraq war, by having warships escort U.S. Flagged Kuwaiti tankers . He invaded Grenada in Oct. 1983, ousting a Marxist regime and rescuing stranded American soldiers. ..on his funeral crypt the memorial will read “ I know in my heart that man is good, that what is right will always eventually triumph, and there’s a purpose and worth to each and every Life” He attended Bel-Air Presbyterian after leaving the office. The funeral service will be at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. at 11:30 est. Reagan once said, “I wonder what the Ten Commandments would look like If Moses had run them through congress first Meteorite hits New Zeeland home.. 3 Peru Men lost at Sea survive on Turtle Cassini Nears Saturn seven years after leaving earth .. Cassini will release Huygens to land on Titan in December... at least 3500 Iraqis have had their ears cut off by Hussein for deserting the army in 1994. Texas Man throws woman off overpass and then jumps off himself.... Lake Chesterfield in St. Luis dries up...Malone accused of poking Three officers killed in Birmingham , AL.’’’.... American executive killed in the Dominican Republic June 19, 2004 They say Paul Johnson was beheaded .Shaquille O'Neal says he wants to be traded June 20, 2004 Al quaeda claims it was justified in beheading Paul Johnson because even though he was not a member of the military he worked on military aviation, and therefore assisted the military, ---Lakers are expected to offer Kobe Bryant 7 year contract—140 million dollars—20 million per year. Lakers say they will accommodate any trade demands or requests re. Shaq. What makes Kobe different is

the fact that he grew up somewhere else—not in America—he’s not a typical or true American black, --with the same semi-veiled anti-white sentiments as many black Americans. Al quaeda is now holding a S. Korean man hostage with demands that S. Korea pull out of Iraq or else the soldier will be killed. I’m on Hwy 16, at 8 pm. An adult and two children are found dead— washed up on the shore of Lake Michigan—all three tied together at the waist—which says an officer would be expected if a boat capsized to keep each other together. A Northwest Flight mistakenly lands at Ellsworth AFB rather than the commercial airport in Rapid City. There is no explanation for it. An article about an internet company that verifies internet mail delivery, called “Didtheyread”. In 1975 there were only 250 bears left in Yellowstone, now it has doubled. Vassopressin is released when humans have sex. The six day war—anti-Semitism is at its highest since the holocaust. Man spends 8 years in an apartment until elevator is fixed. Barry Bonds has had 94 walks in 57 games this year. Hope Clark was arrested for allegedly not paying a fine she got in Yellowstone for not having kept a jar of peanut butter and jelly closed June 22, 2004 The S. Korean man was beheaded June 24, 2004 I get on my wireless , AP tells the story of the day John Kerry killed one of the Vietcong in Vietnam. HE was assigned to go up one of the rivers in a boat with a few other soldiers and suddenly the came upon a Vietcong with a rocket blaster--- of some sort—which, if launched, would blow up the boat ---so Kerry apparently gave orders to “beach the boat” so as to make it impossible for the man with the rocket launcher to arm it---the rocket apparently needing a few more yards to build up the speed needed to fly, and.or the person holding the launcher unwilling to fire in such close range because it would probably kill him as well. So they beached the boat, and they say the launcher man was still trying to arm the thing—at which point Kerry felt it was necessary to kill him. And he pulled out his gun and shot him at close range. Sounds plausible, but---the question is were these like the terrorists we know today who are willing to commit suicide for the cause. If not, it lessens the likelihood that he was still trying to fire or arm the gun at that point. June 23, 2004, AP says that the soldier who accidentally bombed the Canadians will not receive judicial punishment. He will receive military punishment, probably thirty days of confinement or one month of missed pay. June 25, 2004 Judge Calabresis of the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has apologized for making comments that compare the election of George Bush to that of Adolf Hitler and Mussolini. The comment he says was meant to compare the way Bush got elected not so much Bush as similar to Hitler or Musollini—the judge says that Mussolini was appointed dictator by the King of Italy and Hitler was appointed by Hindenburg. Apparently he makes the comparison because of the closeness of the election, which was ultimately determined by the court—which concluded nebulously that Bush won. Also AP reports that Dick Cheny, the vice-president, used the “f word” towards Senator Leahy after a congress session, overheard by many.

There’s an article on the wireless about the Kobe Bryant trial—and an accidental leak of a transcript from a closed trial. The judge subsequently issued an order prohibiting any publication of that transcript. And the press is contesting it to the court of appeals on the basis of “prior restraint” not being allowed. June 26, 2004 Saddam Hussein had his first appearance in Court, declaring that he is the President of Iraq, saying this is all about theatre for Bush. Cassini Probe doing exactly what it’s supposed to says NASAM...Man with a Million pennies in Los Angeles. Spain is proposing to double their troops in Afghanistan. , perhaps a diplomatic gesture for heir planned pullout of Iraq. Slept by Castle Bluff— 7-11---new condominium complex June 27, 2004 on my wireless they say that now Al Quaeda has kidnapped three Turkish soldiers and are threatening to behead them as well if they don’t with draw from Iraq. The president of Turkey has vowed he will not negotiate with the terrorists. ---John Kerry has cancelled a speaking engagement for a Mayors convention—because he refuses to cross a police picket line. There’s been another Mt. Lion attack in California—this time central. They say there were 48 deaths in schools across the country this year—one of the highest years ever. There’s news about a man making a new world record in taking a photo of 2700 nude people on Lake Erie. George Bush is at Dromoland Castle. July 2, 2004 Marlon Brando died. July 4, 2004 A man is attempting to golf across Mongolia. wireless news—that this Fahrenheit 911 film--- by Michael Moore is the Michael Moore who produced “Roger & Me” the documentary about the closing of the auto plants in Flint , Mi, his hometown July 6, 2004 The Austrian president died on the even of his retirement. Gay film producer Von Praunheim is making a movie based on the life of the fellow who wanted to have his penis eaten and then killed. This fellow also made a film entitled :Can I be your bratwurst please?” the running of the bulls in Pamplona Spain starts Wednesday in the San Fermin festival and protestors are stripping in a nearby town to gain attention , or take attention away from it— July 7, 2004 Leopards are killing people in Bombay—they killed ten people in one month. July 8, 2004 There was a triple murder at the ranch of Sam Donaldson—the TV newscaster—the son is suspected of killing his father, mother, and sister. There’s a report about leopards killing humans in Bombay India—coming out of the preserve and in one moth killed ten people. Now they’re dumping pigs and chickens and other animals into the preserve for the jaguars.

[This has to be one of the saddest stories I’ve heard]—a pregnant lady goes out to the bars with her friends—they don’t know she’s pregnant. She’s high on cocaine. She gives birth to the baby in the bathroom unbeknownst to anybody else—when one of her friends comes into the bathroom she tells them she passed a kidney stone—to explain the blood. She stuffs the baby into the trash can, leaving it there to die. She goes home with her friends, changes clothes and goes out partying some more the same evening. Later , somebody finds the dead baby, and puts the pieces of the puzzle together. She’s arrested for murder. That was in Denver, CO, apparently the second instance of its kind in a few months Another sad story—a man sues his wife for divorce after discovering she is bald—apparently she had an illness at an early age that caused her to lose her hair and wore a wig all the way through their courtship. July 10, 2004 AP reports that some missing nuclear information has been reported at Los Alamos. Also, the Australians have discovered the chemical in smoke that causes seeds to germinate. There’s a story about a man raised by chickens ---in Fiji—apparently his parents locked him up in a chicken coop at a young age for extended periods of time—or permanently—and when he was discovered they took him to a psychiatric hospital—and they locked him to a bed in a confined room —so he continued to act like a chicken for years before a social worker discovered him and is now doing therapy with him —New Jersey of all places—where I am right now—has ratified gay marriages. Bush proposes an amendment to stop gay marriages permanently. I agree. —there’s an article about so-called “Honor killings” in Pakistan----when brides marry without the permission and arrangement of family—some of the families go so far as to kill their daughter.sister—because it was done without permission . July 12, 2004 Ronald Reagan Jr. is now speaking out against George Bush and his policies for going to war and also for his refusal to federally fund stem cell research. Convicted rapist Scott Miller is holding a hostage in a Delaware prison right now. —Iraq rebels—with the threat of death if the Bulgarians do not withdraw, are now holding some of the Bulgarians hostage July 14, 2004 The vote on an amendment to ban gay marriages—was turned down 50-48—Orrin Hatch spoke out in favor of the amendment saying “If protection of marriage—for male.female only doesn’t deserve protection I don’t know what does. July 15, 2004 Three kids survived a capsize but there’s no sign of their parents and infant sister—they spent several days on deserted Islands or in between swimming in Australia’s Cape York Peninsula near Papua New Guinea –after their boat capsized—their parents told them to swim for it—and they separated--. Also —there’s a story about a conflict in China about “cloud seeding”’—a process where they shoot some sort of chemicals into the clouds to make them rain—and now different regions are claiming rights to clouds or infringements of those rights“ The baby boomers largely managed to convert a historically unique advantage in prosperity, education, and…into narcissistic blight…it will take fifty years to overcome the damage wrought by the baby boomers” this fellow asserts. The writer is a self proclaimed hyphenated hippie-yuppie who grew up wandering at Haight Ashbury—what’s Haight Ashbury?

Bobby Fischer was arrested in Japan after being detained by airport authorities for passport discrepancies. Apparently Bobby Fischer is still wanted in the U.S. for violating sanctions against Yugoslavia many years ago—and played a chess match there despite the then-current sanctions for which he is still wanted. He was trying to go to the Philippines---now they are sending him back to the U.S. I had come across something about him in Pasadena—he posted something on the internet indicating he had been treated wrongly by the Pasadena Police—which doesn’t surprise me What I didn’t know is that Bobby Fischer praised the Sept 11 attacks—that surprises me July 17, 2004 The CIA is being highly criticized by Congress and the Committee formed to oversee what went wrong that allowed the 9-11-01 attack to occur… and it appears that a lot of power will be taken away from these so-called intelligence . July 18, 2004 This is the 5th anniversary of the death of JFK Jr. ---who crashed in a plane with a few others after taking off from Martha’s Vineyard—five years ago—they say he did a “death spiral” into the water —having become disoriented in the overcast weather –Tim Berners Lee—the founder of the Worldwide Web is being “knighted” at Buckingham today—for his achievements as the founder of the Web. William Bennet—admitted to being a high stakes gambler about a year ago—I didn’t hear about that then—Bennet is the or was the U.S. Secretary of Education. Every July 20 Germany remembers those who attempted to kill Hitler in a coup attempt- but failed – the bomb killed many of those around Adolf but not Adolf himself—who apparently was unscathed by it—and this led to deadly repercussions by Hitler against those he suspected of being against him. A sign on the side of the road says “Get us out of the United Nations” John Birch Society. They’re talking about a Civil War fort on an island 68 miles west of Key West Florida—Fort Jefferson –apparently being ravaged by the sea—but now being prepared for renovations—the fort itself is gigantic—big enough to hold two coliseums—or a pro football stadium—it was used to house prisoners during the Civil war. There’s been a big dinosaur bone discover near Aragon Spain. Hoodia cactus has been discovered to be an appetite suppressant—found in Africa—now being marketed. July 19, 2004 Arnold Schwaarzenaager calls some of those legislators who cater to special interests “girlie men — fire in N. Los Angeles County keeps burning. –in Santa Clarita—and something about the Scott Peterson murder trial Apparently a hawk electrocuted by a wire—which then fell to the ground— started the So. California fire. July 20, 2004 They say the prosecution interviewed or investigated several hundred sexual offenders in the area where Laci Peterson disappeared. But in some cases never followed through on all the potential leads. —Lance Armstrong is doing well—with five days left to go. And the Filipino hostage has been released —a story about Brandy Briggs in Texas—accused of killing her infant baby by shaking--..— at the time of the prosecution—her attorney advised her to plead guilty and that there was no way the judge would give her prison time. She agreed—not able to pay the mounting legal costs, but then the judge did, in fact, give her jail time—17 years. Now—several years later—some attorneys took a closer look and had some other coroners give their opinions—and several coroners concur that they don’t they the baby was shaken at all—and that

there is evidence that hospital personnel put the oxygen tube into the stomach rather than the lung for a while which could have contributed to the death of the baby—who had been sick prior to being brought to the hospital. Now they’re talking about Brandy Briggs being released. Also —the identity of the scribe for Geoffrey Chaucer edges of that bond—in fact—when I first arrived at Seymour--r has been identified by matching signatures—this is the scribe who helped copy “Canterbury Tales” for Chaucer—and whose name was never known until now. Muhammad Ali’s daughter is a boxer—I didn’t know that and she apparently is undefeated. July 21, 2004 Stephen Hawkings now concedes that black holes may not permanently swallow up everything—a departure from his original claim—black holes are formed when stars lose their energy and collapse inward, causing significant gravitational pull. Hawkings has a development disorder of some sort— although it apparently does not effect his cognitive abilities—and he is also the father of three children July 22, 2004 The husband of the missing Utah jogger apparently lied about having graduated from the university and apparently lied about having been accepted into medical school at UNC—in Chapel Hill, NC July 23, 2004 The existence of freak waves—these waves that purportedly rise up –up to 100 feet high—out of a flat or calm sea—often the topic of folklore, in some cases myth, and other cases debate—and the purported cause of many shipwrecks, has now been documented by some sort of study—indicating they do , in fact, exist, albeit the causes are not yet known or understood. Talking about the Los Angeles Lakers—an interview with Jeanne Buss—the daughter of Lakers owner, Dr. Jerry Buss—and girlfriend of former Lakers coach, Phil Jackson. Jeanne Buss says she wants a stronger commitment from Phil—and mentions marriage but that Phil is not willing to commit himself that far. And they ask her if Kobe Bryant was at the heart of the big “shakeup” in the Lakers following their loss to the Pistons in the championship series and she says she is not sure —only her father knows for sure, but she says they did try to sign Shaquille O’Neal but that the price he had in mind was more than they could pay, and that they also offered Phil Jackson a contract but that it wasn’t a matter of money with him—he just decided he was through coaching for the time being. July 24, 2004 There is continued talk about an intelligence director to oversee the 15 agency intelligence community, Armstrong is now 3rd in terms of number of stages won at the Tour de France, but will be first when he wins the Tour de France on Sunday, making it his sixth consecutive. —a robber in Milwaukee tried to return the money he stole from a bank the same day—and was arrested upon return. Senior golfer Graham Marsh gets two holes-in-one in the same tournament on the same hole—at the British Seniors. TT1 finally got enough gumption later in life to risk rejection. July 25, 2004 There’s a story about a woman beaten so badly by her husband—an air traffic controller—in Wisconsin—she came to take custody of her daughters—and he allegedly beat her—and stuffed her in some sort of garbage bin, left her for dead—she had a cell phone in her pocket—and was able to

call the police, but was not found until the next day—having spent an entire evening in this garbage bin—with not much clothes on—and it was close to zero degrees--. The police found something that led them to the dumpster—and heard her yelling for help—which saved her life—but because of the frostbite—all of her toes had to be amputated—and now she cannot walk, or not very well. Her n me is Teri Jendusa Nicolai—and there is a fund set up for her…at the 1st Ban king Center 7998 S. Loomis Road, Wind Lake Wisconsin 53185. With the Democratic National Convention this week in Boston—there are concerns about White Supremacy groups being in or around the area.. including Volksfront and White Revolution. John Kerry asks the age old question in an interview—‘Does life imitate art or does art imitate life” in regards to the probing question by an interviewer about the problem of increasing violence in Hollywood and his position on it given his closer affiliation with the Hollywood people than George Bus—and his daughter went to film school at USC or UCLA. Lance Armstrong wings the Tour de France. –his sixth consecutive -=-the son of a Kansas representative kills himself. July 27, 2004 Dick Cheney, the vice president, says in defense of going to war against Iraq—that terrorism “ is not increased by the use of force against terrorists but is triggered by the perception of weakness” . One of the Kennedy’s however suggests that we were better regarded by the world shortly after the attack despite our being in a position of “weakness”. July 28, 2004 Another suicide bombing goes off near a bus and kills around 60 or more Iraqi citizens—not the apparent intent of the bombers. David Kay the former chief weapons hunter for the U.S. In Iraq says it is fanciful to keep hoping that we will find WMD’s in Iraq—he says there is none—and he also scoffs at the misnomer of “intelligence community” saying that the various agencies that gather intelligence are not cooperative as the word “community” suggests—he says they are more like a bunch of feuding empires not wanting to be led by any other. July 29, 2004 The judge has denied the defenses motion for mistrial and dismissal of charges—and now Mark Geragos is saying that his client has run out of the funds to pay the attorney fees. they say that Stephen Bing is the #1 political contributor to the Democratic Party—having donated up to 16 million dollars—and he’s a Hollywood behind-the-scenes figure—who he is—it’s not clear—they don’t say what he has done in Hollywood just that he’s connected there somehow—but that he is also affiliated with mobster “Donnie Shacks” who is now in jail for racketeering. What will that contribution lead to if Kerry becomes president? You can’t help but believe there will be some favoritism shown. they are saying that John Kerry can prove he’s not an Olympian Oratorian with his Democratic National Convention address tonight. Major floods in Dallas—two days after I passed through there. -. —there’s a story about a dentist by the name of John Hall near Mecklenberg County—accused of discrepancies with his patients. Concerning the Kobe Bryant case—they say the alleged victim (or accuser) has already received $20,000 from a victims compensation fund, which the defense says is an incentive to make up a story. “Once in a blue moon excoriating---attacking that was one word used to describe the Kerry Speech —he attacked Bush and all things related.

July 30, 2004 Bush—picking up on Kerry’s’ theme of “commander-in-Chief” says he will not allow the U.S> to appear weak on his watch—otherwise we will drift towards tragedy. —there's a new reality television show in which they watch the Amish in action—some people are protesting that it exploits their innocenceMike Tyson—the boxer—the aging boxer——apparently was knocked out in the 4th round. July 31, 2004 A big mafia fellow, Massino, has been convicted on numerous charges—there’s mention of him being associated with Donnie Brasco—who is associated with this fellow by the name of Stephen Bing —the #1 contributor to the Democratic political party. Now were’ in the Arkansas Valley and various national forests. -- American soldiers admit that they forced Iraqi soldiers to jump off a bridge into the water but didn’t think they died or drowned . August 1, 2004 New information from the husband of the missing Utah jogger apparently has made further searching unnecessary. —a man in Valley Springs, California—paid $10,000 ransom to get his dog back . Through the town of Olathe at 1045 a.m. --Ferial Masry, a teacher in Los Angeles, Is running for the assembly And if she wins will be the first foreign-born assembly person—she’s from Saudi Arabia There’s an impending hurricane or tropical storm on the east coast causing flooding and evacuations —only a week or so after I left— August 2, 2004 I manage to get a little from my wireless—brief connection—Bush apparently has agreed to go along with the 9.11 commissions recommendation to have an intelligence director—somebody who oversees all of the so-called “intelligence community” which others ay isn’t a community at all—but a group of “feuding empires” –apparently the only stipulation Bush is making is the question as to whether the intelligence director will be part of the executive office. Bush apparently wants to retain the autonomy of the intelligence community , which would be potentially diminished if the director were politically influenced by the executive office. The arrest of a terror suspect in Pakistan led to intelligence from his computer—that may have contributed to the heightened terror alerts in the financial districts of New York and New Jersey. There’s a military branch called the Northern Command which is dedicated solely to defending U.S. boundaries. —464 people died in the Paraguay Supermarket fire a woman will apparently testify in the Kobe Bryant trial that he “groped” her at a part at Shaquile O’Neals house in Orlando several years ago. We just passed through and over the Virgin River and Virgin Mountains prior to entering Mesquite. For the defense in the Kobe Bryant case—an expert will testify that she believes, based on tests of the accusers panties, that the accuser had sexual intercourse with somebody else shortly after having sexual intercourse with Kobe Bryant. This is starting to sound more and more like a repeat of “To Kill a Mockingbird”—the only thing Kobe Bryant may be guilty of is being a black man having sex with a white woman. If it is true that she had sex with somebody else shortly after the Kobe Bryant sexual interaction—it would seem that she was not, in fact, a that distraught about the incident. The prosecution says that the sperm of “Mr. X”—found alongside the sperm of Kobe Bryant on the same pair of panties is old and that residue of sperm can remain in panties even after being washed. The defense expert says that it is unlikely because of the significant amount found on the panties—not just traces.

August 4, 2004 The American basketball team got beat by the Italians—90 something to 78---wow—that’s an upset. A thirty-four year old female teacher who has been in prison for seven years for seducing a 6th grader and having two children from him, is being released from prison in Washington. I just saw a mirage at 123 pm. —the accuser of Kobe Bryant is now wondering if she will be able to get a fair criminal case and may, instead, do a civil suit, Scott Peterson allegedly shopped for boats on the internet the day after he was confronted by Amber Frey’s girlfriend for being married. In Beijing a man slashed 15 kids in a kindergarten classroom with a knife. a Siberian boy was discovered apparently raised by a dog—for 5 or 6 years. —a Romanian man keeps a dead cow in his apartment —cutting off pieces of it to eat when hungry. Three banks are robbed in Davenport, IA while Kerry & Bush are campaigning. August 5, 2004 Bobby Fischer wants to renounce his American citizenship, and he also says that there’s an American-Jewish plot against him. They are still reporting on Bobby Fischer’s dilemma—detained in Japan for having an invalid U.S. Passport, he is now seeking to renounce his American citizenship and to be given refuge in Japan. A.P. News says that he has reportedly praised the 9.11 attack on America and also denies the actuality of the Holocaust. AP Science reports that a new study has discovered that there is something in a mother’s hormones that makes her super-protective of her children—and that their protectiveness is not necessarily due to “love” for them, although I have to ask if God did not wire our bodies so that the various mechanics of our human biology serve to create actions and feelings which we call “love.” Love is what love does—so if a mother fiercely protects her baby because God wired our bodies in such a manner---he wired mother’s to have “superlove” for their children. Sports: Lakers trade Gary Payton and Rick Fox to the Celtics, further changing the chemistry of the Lakers team. International An American woman in Oman faces death by execution for the alleged killing of her husband. Some say that the woman had been abused repeatedly by her husband and that therefore, there should be some lenience. Mexican and Canadian border is now becoming an increasing place of potential entry for terrorists which is difficult to guard say U.S. officials. Ben Vanderford placed a tape on the internet showing him being beheaded by terrorists, but now has told the media that he did it as a hoax and as a commentary about how easy it is to fake a beheading and have it aired on the internet. FBI is investigating and may pass it on to the D.A. for prosecution. Talks between India and Pakistan continue concerning the boundary line around Kashmir, Himalayan area, and the “Sir Creek” area. Both India & Pakistan have nuclear capability. There’s a severe locust plague in West Africa. After a woman died an autopsy revealed that there had been a towel left in her body behind the lung after surgery for emphysema several years prior. She had managed to live several years with it imbedded in her body, but the attorney for the family says that it obviously caused her to die earlier than she would have had it not been in her body. Danny DeVito was born in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Jack Nicholson was born in Neptune, New Jersey, and Bruce Springsteen was born in Freehold, New Jersey—AP reports in regards to New Jersey born celebrities and the rise of movie making in the state itself August 7, 2004 They think they have detected a ghost in the Kent County, Maryland courthouse. The story about the movie “Garden State” was by Reuters, not AP. Angels have won six of their last eight. The son of Jeb Bush, governor, got married this weekend—and they say that his mother was born in Mexico and that their grandfather, George Sr. , referred to the kids as “the brown ones.” So the wife of Jeb Bush is Mexican-American?

Reminder about Sr. Bush and his re-election bid. Bush Sr. was not re-elected. This story says that Bush Jr. has planned better—preparing for the campaign in advance. Western flank of Volcano in Canary Islands, La Palma—if it breaks off, which it will they say someday, it will cause a tsunami that will swamp the east coast. They say that the accuser in the Kobe Bryant case has filed a civil law suit and that her chances are better in that venue because the criteria is “more likely than not” whereas in the criminal court the criteria for conviction is “beyond a reasonable doubt” . There’s a bill being proposed that will make it legal to hunt Mute Swans which some people say are over-protected and becoming a nuisance. Peter Goss has been proposed as the new CIA director and director of intelligence at large by President George Bush Jr. There’s a new acronym being used—“Wendys---Would be Environmentalists, Not Doing it Yet” . They say a company has invented an edible plastic wrap New Jersey’s governor has admitted to being gay, albeit married, and having had an affair with a man on staff in the state office and says he will resign because of it. In England, a convicted rapist won the Lotto—about 13 million U.S. dollars. Something about the late John Steinbeck—the author of “Mice And Men” among others—his son is still alive and is a writer and participates in various Steinbeck festivities that periodically take place around Monterey, California. Michael Phelps wins the first American gold of the Olympic Games and sets a new world record in the process. —sports—in a gigantic upset—Puerto Rico defeated the U.S. men’s basketball team— and soundly. The U.S. Beat the Netherlands in men’s volleyball. Attorneys for Peterson say being a “cad” doesn’t make him a killer. . A “cad” is somebody who is “piggish”—takes advantage of others, out for the “score”—to meet women for a one night stand, etc.—the 9.11.01 plane crash in Pennsylvania occurred near Shanksville, PA which is southeast of Pittsburg they say Ted Kennedy the senator had his name on a no-fly list and had to call the Department of Homeland Security three times before he was allowed on the plan —John Kerry says Bush vowed not to attack Kerry’s war record but he is allowing other Republicans to do it for him instead with Bush campaign money. Phelps wins his 5th gold medal and decides not to swim in the Olympic teams final relay—allowing his teammate Ian Thorpe to do so instead. Bob Perry apparently was the biggest contributor to the Texas Republican party in 2002 –giving about $900,000, and is now part of the Vietnam Veterans Swift Boat group which is placing ads on television questioning the truth about John Kerry’s Vietnam War record. In Spain—the people are celebrating Holy Year with a trek to the area which legend has it that St. James was buried, and where they believe they can receive God’s forgiveness if they enter a specific Cathedral which only opens its front doors during Holy Year and only on July 25----when July 25 is a Sunday, because that’s what makes it a Holy Year—when St. James Day, July 25, is on a Sunday. The last time it happened was in 1999, and the next time will be 2010. Visitors from all over Europe celebrate it with a trek—sometimes a few days, for others a few months—walking to Santiago which is in the northwest corner of Spain. August 21, 2004 William Rood, an editor for the Chicago Tribune and a member of John Kerry’s Vietnam group has confirmed the account by John Kerry of what happened in Vietnam and has said that the Swift Boat Veterans account is inaccurate and misleading. You see—there are those kids who never were forced to undergo the humiliation of frustration that comes with learning things that require diligence such as playing the piano. For me that took time—and humility—a lot of kids never have to experience that. August 23, 2004

The men’s basketball team loses to Lithuania. Mike Phelps gets his record-tying 8th medal. Thieves rob a Museum in Oslo Norway taking Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” and “Madonna”. Ancient Greek athletes competed in the nude. They went to the “undressing” room rather than the dressing room. There was an event called the pancreateon in which anything goes, break fingers, break legs, what have you to get the opponent to let go. The archeologist Steven Miller says he thinks nudity was the “great equalizer” regardless of social standing, economics, politics, and he says that he thinks this is what gave rise to democracy. Stephen Miller’s project is at Stephen Miller is rebuilding the temple of Zeus where athletes once made their offerings to gods and they once carved their initials in the tunnel. Senator Pat Roberts R-Kansas and the Senate Intelligence Committee are discussing completely dismantling the CIA. The doyenne of domesticity, Martha Stewart. .. at the Peterson trial, when Mark Geragos got up to cross-examine the former mistress of Scott Peterson he first said “No questions” and waited a moment while everybody became wide-eyed, then he said “Just kidding.” August 24, 2004 Peterson apparently never told Amber Frye, his mistress, that he loved her, and he never tried to stop her from going to the police. The gal from Facts of Life who played Blair (and who has also been at the Womens Conference at the Crystal Cathedral) believes in using “hotsaucing” to discipline her children—with a drop of hot sauce on their tongue for bad behavior. Others vehemently object. Lisa Welchel played “Blair” on Facts of Life. Two planes crash shortly after taking off from the same airport almost simultaneously. “…as hose on the autistic spectrum may lack understanding of emotions…or may have difficulty interpreting facial expressions and body language.…teaching them to appreciate theatre is a particular challenge…Convicted rapist in England wins 13 million dollar lotto. Angels sweep the yanks at the Bronx.. Japan wins the women’s marathon leaving a British runner in tears who didn’t make it. Jack Lalanne, physical fitness guru, is stil alive at age 89. Scientists are trying to develop a robot that will use plankton as fuel. August 25, 2004 They say that at the Republican Convention they will be using new technology that “throws” sound in a “beam” of sorts, they will use it for crowd control as well as a presidential display The son of Margaret Thatcher was arrested in South Africa by the Scorpions on suspicion of a mercenary plot against the president of Equatorial Guinea. The 33 year old son of Johnny Cash is continuing to produce his father’s music along with other country stars, and he is auctioning off a lot of his father’s belongings. Why not a museum? It’s half-time in the Spain-USA Olympic basketball game… eventually the U.S. went on to defeat Spain A father of a 20 year old Marine killed in Iraq set himself and the Marines van on fire (the van of the Marines who cam to inform him of the news). August 28, 2004 USA wins gold in women’s soccer… Tlenzuela at parking office. here’s a festival in Tomatina, Spain 25 miles west of Valencia, around late August in which the entire day is devoted to a tomato throwing contest—at each other. Carolyn Parish, a Canadian politician, called Americans “idiots” recently. Last year she called them “damn bastards.” The CIA, Department of Defense, and the National Security Counsel was established in 1947 at the outset of the Cold War. Shocker: Mens U.S. Basketball Team loses to Argentina at the Olympics thus eliminating them from Gold Medal competition. Concerning stem cell research—it apparently is possible to get adult stem

cells from body fat—and they tell a story about a doctor who did liposuction on himself towards that end. Italian Journalist Denzel Valdonian (?) was apparently executed by terrorists. August 31, 2004 On the day she disappeared, Somebody surfed the web between 830 am and 845 a.m from the Peterson House for a Sunflower umbrella. Laci had a sunflower tattoo on her ankle. Prosecution says the dogs picked up Laci’s scent at Berkley Marina, but isn’t it possible that if Laci hugged Scott that he would have her scent on him. Or if she had even touched anything that Peterson took along with him? September 1, 2004 A fellow didn’t have enough money to pay for his front bicycle tire to get fixed so every since then he has gone around on the back tire only doing a “wheelie”—he did the longest wheelie –30 miles, says the report. The Kobe Bryant trial has been dismissed—the alleged victim (or accuser) decided she could not go on albeit made one condition that Kobe Bryant apologize and say that he while he may have believed it to be consensual she did not perceive it to be that way. Turkey wants to make adultery a crime. September 2, 2004 There’s a story about the so-called “giraffe women” of Burma, or Myanmar, --women who wear these metal collars of sorts around their necks to elongate them or give the appearance of elongating them, which attracts tourists and provides income. And there apparently is also a tradition behind it —mythical or partly fictional—i.e. to protect the ladies neck from the teeth of tigers, etc. Doctors say the collars don’t actually elongate the neck of the women—but forces the collarbone down thus giving the effect of elongation; but even after the collars are taken off, the necks are no longer than before. Bill Clinton apparently keeps an office in Harlem, New York. His home is in Chapaqua. -re. Arnold Schwaarzenaager’s Republican National Convention Speech: In Ananova (a British News Corporation) under their section entitled “Quirkies” there is a story entitled “Historians Blast Arnie’s Bush Speech”: Arnold Schwarzenegger was told to go back to school after his speech supporting President Bush’s election campaign. Austrian historians say the California governor made some schoolboy howlers in talking about his homeland. Schwaarzenegger, up until now, Austria’s favorite son, upset politicians across the board with his speech to the Republican National Convention in New York. He told how Austria became a socialist country after the Second World War and said he remembered seeing Soviet tanks in the street. But when Schwarzenegger emigrated to the United States in 1968 Austria was ruled by the conservatives People’s Party and had not had a single socialist chancellor. Martin Polaschek, a legal historian at the Karl Franzen University, accused the Governor of “trying to use the old communist threat for Bush’s election campaign. Saying “Austria was ruled by a coalition government. He is getting a free country mixed up with a socialist one.” Another Austrian historian, Stefan Karner, added: “The child in Styria, he could not have seen Soviet tanks. By the time Schwarzenegger was born in 1947, the province was occupied by the British.” September 6, 2004 At least 350 persons were killed in the hostage situation in southern Russia—it’s related to their relations with Chechnya.

Did you know the back half o the hurricane after the eye is stronger than the first half, or is supposed to be. John Kerry has cut short some of his campaign schedule to be with his ailing wife in the hospital—who appears to be okay after all. The name of that southern Russian town is Beslan. Ichiro Suzuki needs 35 hits in 27 games to pass the season hit record set by George Sisler 84 years ago who has 257 hits. 151 game winning streak by Dela Salle came to an end last night—the longest high school football streak ever—they hadn’t lost since 1991. Sara McMann, female Olympic wrestler, was charged with reckless driving in the death of her boyfriend, an NCAA wrestler, as she was driving him from Colorado Springs to Washington DC where he was a law school student. They say that the hospital at which Clinton is scheduled to have surgery has a higher percentage rate of deaths for this kind of surgery than any other hospital in the area—double that of any other—at 4% which is still very low, but does raise eyebrows. September 7, 2004 Bush said because of medical lawsuits too many doctors have been put out of business and too many OB.GYN’s are “ unable to practice their love with women all across the country September 9, 2004 New robot is made to eat flies for fuel, but needs to attract flies so it will have to carry garbage or excrement —Scott Peterson’s father testified on behalf of his son September 10, 2004 They may still be able to fulfill some of the scientific objectives via the Genesis capsule after all, despite it crash landing in the desert, they said that there is still some intact pieces September 12, 2004 A mushroom cloud was observed in N. Korea near the border, on the same day as N. Korea’s anniversary. Now N. Korea is saying it was due to a demolition of a mountain which is part of their hydroelectric planning. U.S. Airways may file for bankruptcy. September 14, 2004 AP reports on the plight of animals during hurricane seasons, including squirrers, but also Dove chicks, and even fish—because sometimes too much rain can deplete the oxygen in the pond---or right after the storm when sun shines, algae rapidly increases thereby also depleting oxygen. Oprah Winfrey gave a brand new car to each member of the audience.Brian DeVries –was convicted as a child molester, recently released to live in Washington state—voluntarily castrated himself. September 16, 2004 And the Scott Peterson case—prosecution experts have testified that the concrete used to make an anchor on the boat is not the same concrete he used to fix the driveway. But the defense made the point that the samples used from the driveway included large granules mixed in from the old part of the driveway.. or something like that. —Hurricane Ivan has already caused at least 20 deaths, and now they’re talking about Hurricane Jeanne and possibly a Hurricane Carl. The interesting thing about the Laci Peterson death—despite her limbs missing the experts testified that there was no indication that the bones had been sawed which would be the expected method used by a killer trying to de-limb her so she may have been picked apart by marine life. Another adult female teacher has been accused of having sex with a fourteen year old male student. they’re saying the circadian rythyms of the body affect sleep and work performance in space.

September 18, 2004 “The worst in mother nature brings out the best in human nature” said Betty kaster (?) a member of some democratic senate committee in regards to the victims of the hurricane being neither republican nor democrat at the moment, just human. September 19, 2004 Pancho Doll searches for Americas best waterholes September 20, 2004 Former pop singer Cat Stevens who converted to the Muslim religion—and changed his name to “Islam” caused a plane to be diverted upon entry to the U.S. le El was not allowed to enter. Cat Stevens who changed his name to “Islam” caused a plane from London to D.C. to be diverted to Maine and he was sentback. 700 are dead from Hurricane Jeane in Haiti. Scott Peterson bought a bought for cash and didn’t register it. He also told somebody he went golfing all day and later said he went fishing —prosecutions expert witness testifies that the baby must have died the day after or the day that Laci Peterson was reported missing. But another expert said the baby must have died on the 28th. September 23, 2004 Intel says multicore is the wave of the future. So there is a series between the Angels vs. A’s coming up—that could be the clincher for who takes first place or the wild card. “Huge buildings reveal the Nazi’s love of the bombastic and hatred of individuality” says a news article about this old Nazi building built as a vacation hotel that could hold 20,000 just sold for only a few $100,000. New film including full shots of “fellatio”—what is “fellatio”? death toll of Hurricane Jeane in Haiti may reach 2000. September 27, 2004 “Allad Alawi is the interim prime minister of Iraq” Scott Peterson said he bought chicken wire to keep the cats from scratching his trees. Detectives admitted they saw the cats scratching the trees. — dogs are now being trained to smell bladder cancer. a man changes his name to “they”.’You can’t eat buckeyes.” —Governor Schwarzenaager says classic cars must be smogged; dinocephalosaurs discovered long neck; Montreal Expos might move to D.C. or Arlington Bobby Shriver—the younger brother of Maria Shriver is running for Santa Monica City Council; Don Haidl OC County Sheriff resigns amid accusations concerning son. September 28, 2004 Ministers in pas/alta are trying to prevent further gang violence—including Dorothy Evans at the Christian Refugee Center. September 29, 2004 Ichiro Suzuki is now two hits away from the most hits in one season with three games left. The Pope will beatify Anne Katherine Emerick (?) the one person who inspired Mel Gibson’s “The Passion” which some people think is controversial because Gibson based so much “factual “evidence on her account oof the Passion—with a devil chasing jews and incinting them to be mean towards Jesus—the Jews think this is anti-semitic or encourage anti-semitism. More controversial is the beatification of Karl I ---Ichiro Suzuki needs two hits with three games remaining to take the most hits in one season record.

October 1, 2004 Ichiro Suzuki got a single—nearing the single season hits record. Mileage at Edwards Air Force Base-- 71184 ; October 2, 2004, Angels won—big! Suzuki breaks Sisler’s 85 year old record. October 2-5, 2004 : there’s a headline without explanation asking, “Is Tuna red because of Carbon Monoxide?” Curtis Lucas is the pastor of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia (?) Fort Bend? —he was accused of biting a police officer. Deep sea trawlers destroy sea mounts for the sake of catching fish considered to be a delicatessen such as Orange Roughy. October 5, 2004 Rodney Dangerfield died. While the hearing was proceeding the Angels lost 9-3. they are saying something about Bob Dylan being a great poet –and note that he was born “Robert Zimmerman”. October 7, 2004 They’re talking about the retirement of St. Bernards from the service they provided at a monastery in Europe and which is where they originally got their reputation as helping dogs. —I listen to AP update on the hour and they give a clip of John Kerry’s speech—and it is the first time I’ve ever heard Kerry speak so adamantly—saying “When I take over in January…”—wow, I think to myself —that’s the most assertive speech I’ve heard so far. He goes on to say “ I hope I don’t inherit a Lebanon”—referring to Iraq. Now they are saying there is no actual link between Husseim and Zarquawi, despite the assertions of President Bush otherwise a few months prior. Sammy Sosa was fined $87,000 for leaving their last game early. Wangari Maathai wns the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts in Africa to plant trees among other things. . a young man from Carrol College (is that in Helena Montana?) apparently committed suicide after he found out he was going to be charged with rape of a young lady who maintains that she fell asleep or passed out and woke up to find him sexually penetrating her in his car. He maintains it was consenseual—the college had been informed but had declined to do anything further saying it appeared consenseual, but apparently the police decided to press charges. He apparently was mortified that this would become public and killed himself instead. A female guard helpd a prisoner escape and the guard ( married and a mother ) ran off with him. They were caught shortly later at a hotel. Elsewhere, a man was burned alive for stealing a gas can in Peru. The rural village where the murder took place apparently has been the site of some other atrocities as well. In this case they doused the man with gasoline and set him on fire as he was attached to a post with ropes. When the ropes broke loose he stumbled away and may have been able to extinguish himself but someone came along and re-ignited the fire with more gas. There’s an article about a book by Alaim Clement called Underground Paris—concerning the catacombs under the city of Paris—and the night life that takes place down below. Here’s something—there’s a “Sex Fair” planned to take place in Warsaw Poland which involves Xrated actors (and anybody else interested) to compete for the “sex master” prize—whichi they don’t eleaborate upon but apparently is open to anybody interested to watch. Protests are planned, but they say they intend to go on with it. October 10, 2004

They talk about a movie made by the producer of____________, Cimini, who later produced an apparent box office bomb called “Heaven’s Gate” which they are now trying to re-do again. This movie—despite a lot of negative criticism apparently did better overseas. They say Cimini was given “carte blanche” for this movie. —in Morocco—the importance of virginity in newlywed females is so vital that some of them have operations prior to their honeymoon so that bleeding will occur. If bleeding does not occur and the husband suspects they may not be virgins, in some cases it could cost them (the wives) their lives. They say the highest priced gas is in San Diego—the lowest in Houston. —Christopher Reeve died a day or so ago—he was the actor who played Superman—and became paralyzed in 1995 after a horseback riding accident. He’s also looming large in the debate over stem cell research—which Bush is against but Kerry is in favor (of). Other news—Robin Ventura, the baseball player, is retiring. Apparently he grew up in Santa Maria (where I just passed through). Nebraska Cornhuskers lost 70-10 to Texas Tech. Other sports news—Lebron James the rookie basketball star had a baby—or his long-time girlfriend did—but he doesn’t want to talk about it. —in Venezuela they toppled a statute of Columbus, according to the dictates of the Venezuelan president who thinks that Columbus was as bad as Hitler. October 15, 2004 ABC went to Vietnam , to the specific place where this little skirmish took place in which John Kerry killed a Vietcong soldier, man, or boy. There are different accounts—some say it is exactly as Kerry told it. Others say that Kerry shot a boy in the back, running away afterbeing wounded. Still others say he shot the soldier in the chest. , Kerry mentions Dick Cheney’s daughter in the debate telling the world that she is lesbian. The brother of Sara McMann, the female Olympic wrestler, who was convicted of manslaughter when she accidentally killed her boyfriend in a car accident, was murdered by somebody and the murder was convicted yesterday. , Felipe Solis is the person of the week. He’s the curator at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, in charge of the Aztec Exhibit-, the largest of its kind. The boy/man who cut off his own arm in the rock climbing accident is Aron Ralston—and now he wrote a book entitled Between a Rock and a Hard Place. He lives in Aspen. At the time he was climbing in Canyonlands NP in Utah. IN the news, they’ve found a new fish in Lake Michigan called a “Frankenfish” which apparently is an aggressive breed. They are hoping somebody just threw it out of their aquarium and that it has not infiltrated the lake. Other predator fish in Lake Michigan include the Zebra Mussel, Sea Lamprey, the Round Goby, and now they are taking steps to prevent the Asian Carp from entering in through the Mississippi River —it is only fifty miles away they say—so they are setting up some sort of electric filter at the mouth of the river. They are celebrating the anniversary of the Taj Majal, which was completed in 1654--350 years ago. New Book by Alan Tennant who followed falcolns in their airplane---to see the effects that the changes in environment had on the falcolns. R. Redford has the movie rights to it, for national geographic. A scientist is trying to teach bacteria to eat caffeine so that eventually it can make a better tasting cup of decaffeinated coffee October 16, 2004 Houston Astros win, cutting the lead to 2-1. Clemens was the winning pitcher. Currently at 707 pm. The Yankees and Boston are tied at 4-4 in the top of the 4th inning. Yankees lead 2-0 in the series. October 16, 2004

Navy has not beaten Notre Dame since 1963 when Roger Staubach led them to victory—the same year he won the Heisman Trophy . TRAIN accident in Whittier California caused evacuation of homes. Riddick Bowe , former heavyweight champion, is fighting again, hasn’t fought sinc- e 1996…. And served 15 months in prison for kidnapping his ex-wife. 41-1 He fought yesterdy on an Indian reservation and he won. Yankees win 19-8. Ozzie Ozborne was banned from San Antonio Texas for twenty years for urinating in front of the Alamo. Sheila Biliyeu lives in her car in Oklahoma.. six percent of the vote… The Gherkin wins architectural award in England . The highest architectural award is the Pritzker. Pierre Salinger, former press secretary for JFK died, and he apparently insisted that the 1988 plane crash over Lockerbie Scotland was in fact a drug enforcement operation … that went wrong. And that TWA flight 800 was actually shot down by an errant Navy Missle in 1996 Bush wrote a letter to Zapatero—the new president of Spain.. saying friends shouldn’t act the way they did pulling their troops out of Iraq, and Zapatero responded that sincerity is the highest value of friendship. Astros and Cardinals tied 5-5 seventh inning. Veronica at Fair Oaks Mobil—not Martha, although heavy set like Martha—but polite. Astros 6-5 bottom 7th. . Donated Jean Jacket to Good will. Astros win, tying series at 2-2. Carlos Beltran has hit 5 homeruns in 5 games for Astros and 8 in the post season son far. Red Sox win 6-4, 12 innings, (and the next night win in 14 innings). October 20, 2004 Sgt. Ivan Frederick gets eight years in prison for Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal. After pleading guilty. Fidel Castro falls and breaks his knee. they’re talking about the deterioration of Mexican historical ruins such as the Zapotec Kingdom of Monte Alban in Mexic’s southern state of Oaxaca. The expensive cost of dam removal. The Matilja Dam has to be removed in Ventura County. : Scott Petersons parents took the stand---Scott’s mother and father took the stand. Scott’s mother said that she gave $10,000 to Scott that day because of some sort of bank account confusion. His father said that he told Scott to bring his brother’s driver’s license with him so that he could get the San Diego County golf discount, admitting he is “cheap”. And she told him to buy a Mercedes in her name because of all the hooplah going on about the murder of Laci—and the fact that the police would immediately trace a vehicle in Scott’s name and attach a GPS to track him. And they said that Scott had been living like a nomad out of his car trying to avoid the media—thus explaining the camping equipment. They have not explained, however, the bleached hair—and the discrepancy between his testimony that it was because he had been swimming in a friends’ pool versus the testimony of the friend who said that was not true. November 4, 2004 Chen Chung Ho at the city zoo in Taiwan tried to convert the lions to Christianity—jumped into the lions pen and said “Jesus will save you Come bite me” and they attacked, he escaped with minor injuries. At the Taipei city zoo in Mucha. farmers in India are using Coca cola or cola as pesticide – saying it kills bugs , Coke denies the use of Coke as pesticide. Theo Van Gogh was killed by Muslims, found with knives in his body.. he had been a critic of Muslim religion outspoken.. is he any relation to Vincent? , man at LAX angered because he couldn’t buy a plane ticket using a receipt stripped naked jumped the fence and ran over to a departing plane and jumped in the wheel well November 5, 2004 Pakistan gal by the name of Mai …. Was gang raped by her village me about 200 watched when she went there to ask for forgiveness for her brother who had been accused of having sex with a woman from another tribe (which he denied). The news of the story got out and the world was shocked.

Mt. St. Helens erupts magma. Cofer Black the point man for counter terrorism in Bush administration resigns ..he was embarrassed by a botched report he made about the casualties due to international terrorism, and then he compounded the mistake by apparently doubling it without checking actual statistics and figures. —a National Guard pilot mistakenly shot off a few rounds at Little Egg Intermediate School in Southern New Jersey a few days ago. Two boys may have died in a Mexican cave after falling in.. and then it rained, flooding the cave while rescue attempts were underway. The Sir Creek area between Pakistan and India remains a contentious point between the two countries and fisherman regularly wander over the boundary and get arrested either by Pakistan or Indian police. November 6, 2004 Grey Seal Pups Found bludgeoned on Beginish Island in Ireland, nails in their head. Baby pups , 60 or more. First spaceship to go into space in the span of five days (minimum allowed was fourteen days) on a private level got a check for 10 million dollars today. Burt Rutan accepted the prize money at the St. Louis Science Center . The Spaceship was financed by more than 10 million dollars by Microsoft’s co-founder Paul Allen. Upset Miami defeated by Clemson, Tennessee defeated by Notre Dame—college football. Officials in Iraq are concerned about missing SAMS—maybe as many as 6000 SAMS circulating worldwide outside of govt. control. Some new archaeological discoveries in Bulgaria. In Uganda there’s been an outbreak of Hippopotamus deaths due to anthrax poisoning—which breeds in dry ground, and in dry weather when the animals eat dry vegetation they sometimes get poisoned by the anthrax. Radon baths in Japan –some say they cause cancer others say they don’t—insisting they are curative. Man by the name of Andrew Veal commit suicide at ground zero in protest of the re-election of Bush. The Dutch have responded to the killing of Theo Van Gogh by attacking some of the mosques, and tried to set fire to one of them. Solar Sailing—the wave of the future. Louis Freedman of Carl Sagan’s Planetary Society in Pasadena, Ca plans a test along with cosmos studios in January. More news—the Peterson jury may already be deadlocked. November 8, 2004 Mike Danton, NHL player was found guilty of plotting to conspire to murder his agent and has been sentenced to 7 ½ years in prison. He played for the St. Louis Blues. Truffles are a fungus that grow in symbiosis with tree roots November 9, 2004 A kid/student (college?Striegel finds a new amphibian—new genus, new species near Pittsburgh. Diane Sawyer spend a few days inside a women’s prison, undercover, and said 90% of the inmates have a lesbian relationship with others. Clergy in Canada are joining an Auto Union saying they need as much protection as anybody else. They’re saying the Anaheim Angels may become the Los Angeles Angels. Kansas Jayhawks are ranked #1 in college pre-season basketball. They haven’t been ranked #1 since Wilt Chamberlain played for them in 1950. November 10, 2004 Hostage Slaughter houses were found in Fallujah. Meteor field discovered under the Sahara desert— craters. Djibouti female circumcision in this East African country. Rapala lures gained fame because of an article about them in the Marilyn Monroe edition of Life Magazine Arafat dies Author Iris Chang found dead apparently from suicide.

November 11, 2004 “Peterson convicted of killing wife and baby “found guilty of first and second degree murder they said that somebody yelled at Scott Peterson’s Mother” “I hope they fry your son” as she left the court house. And that when they polled the people on the street most of them were “ecstatic” about the verdict. 3:40 p.m. And the newspaper had already printed a late-afternoon extra edition that said “Guilty” on it. November 13, 2004 Evander Holyfield loses to Larry Donald—in an apparent embarrassing fight for the former four time heavyweight champion. MSU beats Wisconsin. The unclaimed baggage center in Scotsborough Alabama. ODB the rapper dies of an apparent heart attack (Old Dirty Bastard) November 15, 2004 Condoleeza Rice is named Secretary of State, Colin Powell resigning; Man sets himself on fire outside the white house says they hear him crying “allah, allah”; Hussein took 21 billion from the oil for food program —smuggled it. They’ve found the Lost City of Atlantis off the coast of Cypress. Mormons are the fastest growing denomination in America. Peruvian drug smugglers are caught with drugs inside a squid. November 17, 2004 NASA successfully launched the Scram jet which went 7000 mph over the Pacific Ocean New translation of the Pentateuch Robert Alter. A deer wandered into the O’Hare baggage claim area. This CIA agent who just quit says that at one point a top Osama Bin Laden associate was trapped and they knew where—the hotel and the exact room and the CIA told the military but the military declined. At the Vibe awards in Santa Monica---at a Santa Monica airport hangar—there was a fight and somebody got stabbed—apparently a man approached Dr. Dre and slugged him and then David Buck aka________ rapper name stabbed Johnson. Johnson is in stable condition in the hospital. David Buck is wanted by the police. NASA has a research center in Langley and were part of the participants in the SCRAM jet experiment. News I s Margaret Hassan Dead? They’re starting to think so. Sears and K-Mart are going to merge. November 18-19, 2004 Billy Graham .They’ve discovered the skeleton of what they now consider to be the last common ancestor of all great apes. Peyton Manning is quarter back for the Baltimore Colts. His brother Eli is with the Giants. Their father is former Saints QB Archie Manning Only 13% of Americans think that God had no role in the creation of the world, but yet we still have evolution being taught in almost all the schools. However, Dover area school district in southeastern Pennsylvania has decided to teach “intelligent design.” Last time U. of M. was national champion was in 1997 when they were co-champs with Nebraska. OSU has beat U of M in 94, 98, and 2002; UM won in 96 and 2002 and is 11-4-1 against OSU in the last fifteen games. In 1998 OSU defeated UM to thwart their hopes of an undefeated league record. This is Billy Graham’s 416th crusade and his next to last. NASA launches spacecraft named “Swift” to search for black holes. World’s oldest living man dies at age 113. Michigan loses to OSU but will go to Rose Bowl because Wisconsin lost to Iowa. Charles Manson got turned down for a record contract by the son of Doris Day who died today. Prince William of England says he does not want to be “mollycoddled” if the order is for him to go to war Lori Berenson has been in prison in Peru since 1995 based on terrorism charges.

Flash floods kill 250 in the Philippines, Quezon province. Yale fans fool Harvard fans by making them hold up signs to read “we suck. Ken Jennings, Jeopardy champion finally lost. Dianna Deetric Berns is subject to excessive force by Atlanta police and it is caught on video at the airport. Officer Clarence Alexander was the instigating officer, seven other officers arrived thereafter. The district attorney was Bob Keller, Berns attorney is Steven Lister. Airplane attempting to make first round the world nonstop , non-re-fueled flight.Dick Ebersol the NBC sports announcer was in an airplane that crashed in Colorado. He apparently was returning from the Notre Dame-USC football game and has one son at USC and another son at Notre Dame. He and his older son survived but his youngest son apparently died. Kevin Grady or O’Grady, of East Grand Rapids High School, is breaking all the Michigan high school football records. December 2, 2004 Giant Christmas tree sits on eleven barges in Rio DeJaneiro-; . South Haven female middle school teacher is in jail for allegedly having a sexual interaction with a female student. Friends and family testify on behalf of Scott Peterson to try to convince the jury not to give him the death sentence. A recount of the Ohio results is still slated to go forward in the presidential race.. they’ve paid the 113,000 fee… if democrats had won the 20 electoral votes in Ohio they would have won the election. Class A bio-terrorism agents include: smallpox, plague, botulism, and tularemia, hemorrhagic fever, and anthrax. December 3, 2004 38, 000 people die of influenza every year. Spanish flu of 1918-19 killed 25 million people worldwide, more than all of WWI. They have found a way to reverse paralysis in dogs if it is injected in the animal within three days of the injury. School bus driver near Buffalo New York is fired for talking with the students about stem cell research. Some scientists are now saying that the global warming leads to greater chill in the long run. It causes the icebergs to thaw and causes fresh water to flow into the salty north Atlantic changing the balmy flow of water in the North Atlantic Gulf Stream into cold water and around 8200 years ago caused a great chill. 24-year-old American Nancy Randall is favored to win the Miss World contest being held in China. The Irish are the wealthiest of the European countries according to AP. December 4, 2004 Cheney and Rumsfeld apparently worked together for the Ford administration in AP describes Rumsfeld as acid-tongued and hawkish… Oklahoma, USC, Auburn all win.. they all remain undefeated. Columbia drug team is extradited from Columbia to U.S. Jail. The Founder of Habitat for Humanity was under pressure to resign because of sexual improprieties, but then Jimmy Carter stepped up and threatened to revoke his support of Habitat and so they let him remain in an honorary position. His name is Millard Fuller. In every profession there are professionals and there are those who play the part. December 5, 2004 Tilman apparently was definitely killed by “friendly fire.” Story about e-junk took nine minutes to read. What do we do with all the electronic gadgets we no longer need? Woman passenger may have fallen over the Carnival Cruise ship 30 miles west of Ensenada Mexico. Man runs on court at the Davis Cup Match between Roddic and…Carlos Moya (put a hat on top of Moya’s head). Black tomatoes are supposed to be an aphrodisiac. Michigan will play Texas in the Rose Bowl, not California. More Peterson relatives testify on behalf of Peterson. His father grew up poor in Minnesota. His mother grew up an orphan after father was murdered. Chinaman wins lawsuit

concerning manhole covers..after breaking his leg in hole, a few months after somebody fell in and drowned.. all because people steel the manhole covers and sell them for a couple bucks which is a day’s wage for a lot of them. In Zimbabwe they steal coffins for money. High Suicide rate in China. Motorola makes a phone cover that will grow into a sunflower. Possibility of predicting earthquakes via chemical analysis of water in Iceland’s “tin bath”.. The 91101 tragedy has been deemed two separate attacks for the sake of insurance. . St. Mary’s Coptic Church on Robinson is architecturally impressive. Good soup at the bagel show down the street from Hamilton. December 7, 2004 Trampled by his own wildebeest he was trampled and bludgeoned to death in South Bend Indiana. …white boys beat up black boy in Simi Valley … white hate incident.. or white supremacy… Scott Peterson went to Cal Poly University and graduated with a 3.28 GPA. December 8, 2004 The story about the “Penis Tree “ in Tuscany Italy apparently used as political propaganda in an election against the opponent saying that if they are elected they will bring perversion and problems (originally this was thought to be a symbol of life(. HB at 1233 at school. Researchers in the Netherlands theorize that some of the inexplicable desert disappearances is due to “dry quicksand” which doesn’t pack down but will swallow you up if you step in it. Lone whale accounts for a unique speech pattern nine years in the Pacific. Ronald Keith Williamson was taken off death row five days before he was to be executed for a crime they now know he didn’t commit. December 10, 2004 Lit up festival homes across the U.S. includes Elvis’ home, and the Vanderbilt home in Asheville, NC, and for information about the Biltmore home call 1800624 1575. The Hearst Castle is also lit up around Christmas. The U.S. Coast guard helicopter that rescued six people from a freighter in the Bering sea subsequently crashed and now they’re looking for the helicopter. Arbitration hearing took place in Manhattan concerning the NBA brawl.. despite NBA’s objection that the arbitrator has no authority..They put an ice skating rink on top of Eiffel Tower in France. Kevin Keogh city finance mgr. In Phoenix or Scottsdale got on top of his car as it was moving and then fell off and died. His wife said he relapsed from a tropical disease. He was a top city manager. Bennington College in Vermont is one of the most liberal colleges in America. Possibility of predicting earthquakes is increased .. per the tremors beneath the quake.. prior to the quake itself. John Michael Harvey was released from prison after 12 years when alleged victim of child molestation—who was three years old at the time –testified as an adult just recently that, in fact, she had not been molested but had been coached to testify against him by a relative with a grudge against him. Philip Badowski of Tennessee , 22 years old, shot and killed his parents after they scolded him upon return from a mission trip to Haiti. Then he tried to dismember their bodies with a chainsaw. Roger Clemens has not decided whether he will play next year or not. December 11, 2004 They apparently had a Martin Luther King memorial march today and some were concerned that it was being used as an anti-gay platform. Total of 2390 people died in the Pearl Harbor attack on Dec. 7 1941. During summer peak months the Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor receives up to 4500 people daily December 12, 2004

Bomb blast in southern Philippines in supermarket in General Santos town. Saddam Hussein was captured on Dec. 13, 2003. “Life after Exoneration “ programs based in California tries to help wrongly convicted persons put their lives back together after release. Founded by attorneys related to the “Innocence Project” December 13, 2004 People are stealing Cycads out of yards because they’re so valuable. Jay VanAndel passed away. Tyrone Willingham fired by Notre Dame has now been hired by Washington Huskies. He also used to work for Stanford football. Matt Leinart won the Heisman trophy beating Jason White who won it last year (and came in third this year) but they will face each other in the Orange Bowl on Jan 4. Charlie Weis of the New England Patriots takes the Notre dame position and apparently graduated from Notre Dame but did not play football there. Walt Harris takes Stanford football position. Norm Chow was considered—he remains offensive coordinator for USC. The jury has reached a sentence for Scott Peterson—to be announced any moment now ( 223 pm) I heard the news at 421 pm ..the jury sentenced him to death. News Mars Rover discovers geothite which is formed by water. Only ten executions have taken place in California since 1978 despite the fact that California’s death row is the largest and most crowded. There are currently 641 prisoners on death row. Judge Ellender of Louisiana has been suspended for dressing up as a “black” at a Halloween party. Scott Peterson Jurors include: Steve Cardosi of Moon Bay. He apparently was the jury foreperson. Another juror was Richelle Nice of East Palo Alto. A third juror was Greg Bertalis. They all indicated that it was Petersons’ courtroom demeanor which made them most suspicious saying he never showed any emotion. But this contrasts with the journalists reports that Peterson at times wept. This makes me think that for Anglos in good standing suddenly up against the judicial system it can overwhelm you and the first reaction is to try to be a “good boy” to comply with everybody and thing and clam up. Ironically, one’s “obedience” in such regards may ultimately work against them aeb (as evidenced by) the jury who thought his silence was suspicious. Michigan teacher found guilty of murdering husband—the jury was not convinced that it was justified because of the abuse she experienced. Ashley McKathan wears ten commandments on his robe in Alabama court---an attorney objected December 15, 2004 Marion Jones is suing the owner of Balco for accusing her of taking steroids. December 16, 2004 The BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) Killer from Wichita who killed ten or more in the 1970’s has reappeared leaving clues about himself. This is the 20th anniversary of the Bernhard Goetz subway shooting in New York City… that caused such a stir..some applauding Goetz, others critical.. he was on a subway , had his own gun (illegally) and was approached by four black boys with sharpened screwdrivers, and he opened fire, leaving one of them paralyzed from the waist down. He ran for Mayor in 2001 but lost. December 17, 2004

Johnny Carl, the orchestra conductor at the Crystal Cathedral, commits suicide. December 18, 2004 A new building in the Brazilian town of Cureteba can revolve, each room taking an hour to turn around completely. Search for Amelia Earhart plan planned to commence soon (for the second or third time) near Howland Island; December 19, 2004 Man at Indiana University charged with animal abuse after letting guinea pig fly out of his window on a balloon, and got caught in a tree. Defense attorneys in the Michael Jackson case are asking for a dismissal based on “vindictive prosecution.” Bob Simonds in his newsletter for November says Proctor and Gamble used homosexuals to advertise their products, showing them in bed together, and asks consumers to stop buying Tide, Crest, and Pampers. This ad is on And he says that Arnold Schwaarzenager signed a bill that lowered the age of consensual sex to 14… making it more difficult to prosecute cases of adult-child sexual relationships. December 21, 2004 Settlement made in “Gold Train” case on behalf of Jews robbed by American soldiers near the end of WWII. . : Something is cleaning the solar panels on the Opportunity rover. This is National Homeless day. . And the actor Poe—also a politician contender at one point in the Philippines died, the funeral was today. December 24, 2004 David Letterman is in Iraq for a Christmas special. December 25, 2004 Genetic Savings & Cloan in Sausalito CA has cloned a kitten for $50,000 and will begin cloning pets on a commercial basis. Miami Heat and Shaq beat Lakers & Kobe in overtime by 2 points. Com Air has cancelled 1100 flights due to computer breakdown, causing 30,000 passengers to be delayed A play in New York called “Fat Pig” about an obese woman and the insults she must endure. Shaquille O Neal says he misses the Fox Hills Mall and the Beverly Center. Celebrities at the game included Courtney Cox and Dyan Cannon. Who are they? Others included Henry Winkler, Penny Marshall, and Sugar Ray Leonard. They think they may have found the Siloam Pool where Jesus healed a blind man near Jerusalem. NY Times says there is some controversy about this new California web site which allows people to look up registered sex offenders to see if they live in their neighborhood. December 26, 2004 8.5 or more earthquake reported to have hit Indonesia (1;32 a.m.). India & Sri Lanka have already reported 1000 deaths apiece due to the tidal waves. Reggie White—the defensive NFL star died today at age 43 of a heart attack. December 27, 2004 Now they say the death toll for the Asian earthquake is at 14000. Now the death toll from the Asia earthquake is at 23000.

December 28, 2004 The woman who killed the pregnant lady and cut the baby out of her womb appeared in a Missouri Court today and the judge said she “appeared to qualify for a public defender” . My question is (and not to protect this woman who apparently is obviously guilty) but is a public defender a farce—a sure failure? I would like to know Steve Boysaw’s record for exonerations. I think the public defender is part of the evil system , putting on a display of caring for the defendant, but not really .1055 am-the earthquake death toll is now at 40,000 December 29, 2004 on NPR a story about an organization called “Sound Exchange” which tallies the number of times a song is played on the radio, or on an elevator, or even as background music when you’re on hold and pays out royalties to the singer. They’re making a mockery of American troops in these suicide attacks and other sneak attacks—yesterday somebody gave the Iraq police a tip that insurgents were hiding out in a house and when they went to check the house blew up, killing 29 people. Storm in Southern California. . The remarkable thing they say about this tsunami tragedy is that they haven’t found any dead animals, as if they had sensed it and had gone inland before it hit. December 31, 2004 174 people die in an Argentinean night club fire (reports say the fire exits ,may have been locked). . Attorney General Mike Hatch is suing Capitol One Credit cards for their deceptive billing practices..advertising a fixed interest rate and then raising them to 19% if you are one day late in paying your bills 2005 January 1, 2005 New Years Day a Three-year old adopted child is being returned to it’s biological parents per court order. The U.S. increased their donation amount from 35 million to 350 million after Sweden topped the U.S with 50 million, but now Japan has pledged 500 million. The island of Phi Phi was hit hard by the earthquake/tsunami (and is apparently where the film “The Beach” was shot). AP News Blooper: Sandy Cossel reported around 104 a.m. that an aftershock hit one of the Asian areas but there is “ no report of serious casualties”. The U.S. Based Christian Children’s Fund is involved in therapeutic intervention in the tsunami areas—trying to create space for the children to recuperate, vent, feel, talk, play etc. January 3, 2005 Floyd Mayweather Jr. didn’t show up for his court hearing in Grand Rapids. He’s a boxer who grew up in Grand Rapids and is undefeated (31-0) . He’s scheduled to fight on January 20 in Miami but now there’s a warrant for his arrest January 4, 2005 Nelson Mandela’s son died of AIDS. January 14, 2005 There’s been a mud slide in Ventura County that killed at least five, although twelve are still missing. Woman who drove around barricades ended up in river, lost grip on child while being saved, her 2 year old child drowned. She may be charged with manslaughter. At least 10 killed in La Conchita Mudslide in Ventura County. Man saved from icy creek—pants pulled off by river. Pulled up at bridge. they are amputating rather than trying fine-tuned surgery

with some of the tsunami victims, which is problematic in addition to loss of limb is being outcast from a labor-based society which doesn’t have sympathy for handicaps. The foster home nearby where John Lennon grew up, called Strawberry Fields, and the inspiration for the Beatles Song is closing now because smaller homes are preferable to institutions. The Madden-Jullian Oscillation is the cause of the storms on the west coast today…due to this weather pattern over Asia and India Ocean. Burmese persons who were working in Thailand are now in hiding for fear of deportation (because they lost their papers). Prince Harry has caused a stir by going to a costume party dressed as a Nazi. Son of Margaret Thatcher, Mark, has pled guilty to being an unwitting participant in a plot to kill a political leader in provincial New Guinea. Professor Ronald Jurische from Dessau in Sachsen-Anhalt Germany went to Costa Rica for a vacation went to a doctor for a sore foot (something he’s had before due to diabetes, but nothing serious) but the doctor decided to amputate against his will ---and while still protesting they drugged him, did the amputation, and he woke up at the departure gate, and has since had to have 20 or more further surgeries back in Germany to correct all the problems. He is now suing Costa Rica. Schwaarzenaager visited the mudslide scene and said they said “We’ll be back..” The CFO of Office Max is retiring after two months on the job. NASA launches a comet smashing spacecraft scheduled to get there on July 4. British Airways flight turned away due to suspected militant on board. Mild winter in Russia. Radiation-proof RV’s. News:Aerogel is now being used to warm jackets (one brand is called “frozen smoke”). Tom Coleman, a former police officer suspected of framing many blacks with drugs is now being put on trial for stealing gas and subsequent perjury. New England Patriots have been in 3 of the last 4 superbowls? Mike Vander Jagt is the outspoken field-goal kicker for the Indianapolis Colts. Andrew Geiger really screwed things up at OSU. I had never heard of the term “flopping” before used to describe those who theatrically act out a charging foul against them by “flopping” down. Spaceship Cassini-Huygens has landed on Titan—one of Saturn’s moons, and photos appear to indicate liquid on the surface of Titan—perhaps methane they say although they do not indicate why it isn’t frozen, it being around 200 degrees below zero on this moon. Seven year journey—they left in 1997. They apparently evacuated the entire town of Corona , approximately 2300 people because of a dam seeping water. Officials say that if the dam broke it would wipe out the entire town in 2 ½ minutes. Problem in the Prague with taxis overcharging tourists, up to 500 percent over the fair rate. Listerine mouthwash has up to four times that of malt liquor, 27 percent alcohol. …a lady was charged with drunk driving after she admitted to having drank four cups of it. increase the tsunami warning system for the United States perimeter. James Cameron just completed a documentary on the creatures of the deep sea—way down—miles below the surface, and now he’s going to begin working on a science fiction project but says that we’ve lost real science fiction ever since Star Wars which he says was “eye candy” He says he is going to try to get more of a diatopian message with this movie about a cyborg of some sort. to the tsunami , but due to global warming could cause significant problems in 100 years they say. There’s a ban on U.S selling arms to Indonesia Jets lose to Pittsburgh Steelers. Jets could have won in over time with field goals, one from 49 , the other from 43 but he missed both, despite being 24 of 29 for the season. St. Louis is losing to Atlanta. Miami Heat is in first place but Lakers are in the middle-just barely above the Clippers way behind the Phoenix Suns and Kobe Bryant is out with a sprained ankle for 5 days. Mens College Basketball—University of Illinois is undefeated. The Ferrari motorsports team is going to meet with the pope. Tsunami relief concert at Minute Maid Park in Houston TX. Three-year –old boy is being returned to his natural parents after living the first three man had nail in skull causing him paint and he didn’t even know it was there.

Crimes involving persons posing as police officers are increasing. When James Gottlieb didn’t come home for dinner, his wife and children went looking for him. They went to his place of work and then to a restaurant to see if he had stopped to eat, then they traced his usual route home. Stopping to see what the commotion on the boulevard was all about, pulled over by an imposter, Gottlieb, a father of three who was about to celebrate his 25th wedding anniversary, was dead. He was pulled over by someone in a vehicle with flashing lights, Franklin Square…New York this wasn’t an ordinary traffic stop…attempted robbery, and he was shot and killed by someone impersonating a police officer. The loss has left a hole in the lives of his loved ones. This type of crime is not new but it seems to be happening at an alarming rate. In nearby Valley Stream a few days later a pair of fake police officers robbed two men on a busy road in broad daylight. Police officer Kirk Faraczek was on patrol when he spotted the robbery and went after the crooks. “I looked at the guys”, he said, and “I didn’t recognize them as any officers I worked with.” As soon as the two imposters saw Faraczek they jumped in their car and took off. After a short chase the suspects crashed their car and were arrested. Outside of Washington D.C. a woman was pulled over by someone with flashing blue lights. When she rolled down her window the fake police officer grabbed her shirt. The woman hit the gas and got away. In Miami a robber pretending to be a police detective talked his way into a fast food restaurant where unsuspecting staff workers took him behind the counter and into the officer where they kept the money. There have been 660 deaths due to bombings and drive-by shootings by Muslims in the southern Thailand area in the past year. years of his life with the adoptive parents. Private Graner who was accused of prisoner abuse in Abu Gahraib, Iraq has been found guilty and sentence to 10 years in military prison A fishing boat recently sunk –drowning five, off the coast of New England—some are comparing it to the sinking of the Andrea Gail of a decade ago, about which the movie “The Perfect Storm” was based. The Indian Ocean tsunami traveled at speeds of 500 MPH and was 180 miles wide. 20 or more whales stranded themselves on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, killing 17. A lot of the damage I saw in Thailand was above Phuket in the Khao Lak area. The movie called “Sideways” was filmed, in part, near Buellton, CA, and part of it at the Fess Parker Winery (Fess Parker played Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett or both at one time). 5000 more corpses found in Sumatra—an area yet untouched by recovery efforts. In the U.S there was a tsunami relief concert with Pink Floyd et. al. and Brad Pitt, Clint Eastwood et. al. Man had nail in skull causing him pain and he didn’t even know it was there. January 16, 2005 Golden Globe Awards—“The Aviator” with Leonardo DiCaprio wins Best Actor award. South Africa is trying to tout Johannesburg as a great place for tourists to visit. Rolling Stones Magazine rejects a ad from Zondervan Books hoping to capture a new audience with a different kind of Bible. Germany is planning a TV show called “sperm race” where men donate their sperm and they have the sperm race in a test tube—winner gets a Porsche. The police officer, Jeremy Morse, who was sued or charged by the DA for assault of a black teenager in Ingelwood resulted in a hung jury, twice and so the charges were dismissed. Morse was fired two months after the incident. The chief-of-police of Ingelwood is black. Jeremy Morse and his partner are white. Then the police officer and his partner sued for reverse discrimination and today were rewarded 1.6 million and .8 million respectively in civil damages. The video tape showed the police officer

pounding the head of the boy, but the officer said it was because the boy had a grip on his testicles, which the video did not show. That low—so there was no way to corroborate yes or no. T The group “Fuel” singing at the youth inaugural concert in Washington D.C. hosted by the Bush twins started the concert by saying “Welcome to the greatest fucking country in the world.” And then the lead singer, Brett Scallions quickly apologized. One of the NASA rovers finds a metal meteorite on Mars. A new plane being built in France—the A380, has enough room to park 70 cars on its wing. It’s double-decker, with a top section stretching all the way back to the tail, not just a little hump like on the 747. Bob Jones of Bob Jones University—is going to retire as president of Bob Jones university,, ending a 34 year reign …the school grabbed headlines in 2000 after George Busch spoke there because of it’s racist policies and its fundamentalist views and their ban on inter-racial dating which has since been changed. Jones son, Stephen, age 35, will take over the school in May. The 65 year old Bob Jones’ grandfather founded the school 78 years ago. He says “It is time for someone younger and closer to the present generation to take over. I’ve seen too many institutions, churches, Christian ministries suffer when somebody stays on too long. I never wanted that to happen here. Jones said he will spend more time traveling and preaching but will remain a visible part of the campus as chairman of the board of trustees and perhaps as “grandpa” to the 5000 student campus. A Nevada man castrated himself to lower his libido, but ends up in the hospital. Senator Kevin Parker was arrested for allegedly punching a traffic agent/officer who was writing him a ticket. The Brooklyn Democrat was charged with 3rd degree assault. 100’s of giant squid are washing up on Orange County beaches, the Humboldt squid. Approximately 500 of them began washing up on the sands of Laguna and Newport Beach, one of them up to 17 pounds. J.P. Morgan apologizes for participating in slave trade before the Civil War—having taken slaves as collateral for unpaid loans---their researchers discovered, and so now they are setting up a scholarship fund for African American students in Louisiana, with a program called Smart Start which will provide 5 million dollars for full tuition. Battle of the Anaheim Angels baseball team name is going to OC Superior Court—the Angels want to change their name to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, but both the city of Los Angeles and the City of Anaheim are contesting it. When the Angels were founded in 1961 with Gene Autry their owner they were the Los Angeles Angels and they played in Dodger stadium. In 1965 they became the California Angels and moved to Anaheim. When Disney bought the club in 1997 they changed the name to Anaheim Angels. New study suggests that person with lower IQ are more prone to suicide, and persons with low IQ as well as highly educated parents are even more prone to suicide. Researchers from Bristol and __________________ conducted the test, although they note previous conflicting results –one of which indicated that persons with higher IQ were more prone to suicide ( Israel), whereas in Australia they found the opposite. Lady went into labor during a parachute jump and delivered the baby on the ground minutes after she landed. ). January 21, 2005 An article says “An ancient version of global warming may have been the cause of the greatest mass extinction in history…the event known as the great dying some 250 million years ago 90% of all marine life and nearly ¾ of all land-based plants and animals went extinct. Scientists think it’s due to volcanic activity.

They think some animals evolved to survive at lower oxygen levels, such as birds, ---the atmosphere currently consists of 20% oxygen, but at that time it could have been as low as 16%, or less. The Coqui Frog is infesting the Hawaiian big island and is a problem because of the shrieking loud noise it makes at night, it came over from Puerto Rico, which is fond of the frog. The judge refuses to grant a preliminary injunction stopping the Anaheim Angels from changing their name, meaning it will go to trial. A real life Romeo & Juliet Story near Verona Italy.. a 78 year old man, Ettore, sat by the bed of his comatose wife for four months and finally in despair took his own life. Less than a day later his wife awoke and asked for him, just 40 miles from Verona. Movies like “Braveheart” and “Legends of the Fall” are on a growing list of movies inspirational to some Christians that encourage them to throw out the “nice guy” act and emulate warriors. John Eldrige inspired the movement…with his book “Wild at Heart” which has already sold 1.5 million copies . Eldrige believes that many Christian men have become bored really nice guys and invites them to newly discover passion by thinking of life as a battle to win and a mission to accomplish, including somebody (such as their wife) to rescue. He says the modern era has brought up immense conveniences but at what price? The human heart is desperate for more than a quicker serving of popcorn. “Eldrige calls on men to be prepared to take risks and re-discover their dreams, but does not provide a specific route to find. Career, marriage, and family become heroic quests rather than chains that bind. He focuses on how men can become less passive and engage those around them particularly their wives and children. The …who sits in front of the television is unengaged..they need to be engaged whether it is playing on the floor with their 1 year old or tougher games with their fifteen year old. Eldridge has said he has been astounded by the response to his book, steadily gathering since it was published by Nelsons in 2001. Men have been going to retreats even tribes on the Amazon River, he said. One of these believers in “Wild at Heart” ___________ says it does remind you that we are in a battle every day, it might be boredom and routine, but ..the moral of the story is that God has written a story and we have to find what the story is and live it , Chase says. He says the book inspired him to teach his 15 year old to ride a motorcycle. Eldridge was a trained counselor for fifteen years with Focus on the Family, and says we are currently living in a fatherless age, with many men having abandoned their children, if not physically then emotionally. One father was an alcoholic who after_____ years…became increasingly distant Chase had lost his father..who he described as very cold just months before he attended the retreat…and makes the analogy of father figure to God figure. Some women have welcome receiving more attention from their husband than flowers. The movement has stirred controversy and criticism from some Christian leaders who fear he may just be reinforcing stereotypes. While some women have welcomed….[it] they are concerned about the long-term impact on marriages…A professor at Fuller Seminary said that needing a “princess to rescue has set back marriage and family relationships in the church by 30 years..sanctifying the mythological 1950 view of manhood says Chapman Clark, associate professor of family and marriage at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena.. says “It is destructive to marriages in the long run, “ Clark said, that “Treating women as a figurine rather than the personal image of God will hurt relationships over time.” Clark says Eldridge had “tapped into an angst among middleaged white men who are dissatisfied with their lives and for whom depression had become a very serious problem. “ Eldridge acknowledges the success of it will be judged by the impact it has on family lives…and whether Wild At Heart makes life better for children and/or women. When I receive letters from women who are immensely grateful [I am happy]. The Alfalfa Club is named after the plant which has roots that will go anywhere for a drink—and Bush spoke at their club a day after the inauguration. Donald Trump gets married again for the third time his first two wives included Ivana Trump and Marla Maples, —in Palm Beach FL… guests included Katy Couric and Barbara Walters. [ Stop at #21] now he married Melania Kanuss, also guests Star Jones and Billy Joel & Tony Bennet and Rudy Guilianna. And Matt Louer. Married at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda by the Sea. She’s 34 , he’s 58. She’s from Slovania

The Green party in Austria is angry at Governor Schwwaarzenaager for allowing a death penalty conviction to proceed. Arnold was born in 1947 in the Village of Thal, just outside Graz. He still has Austrian citizenship. They’re saying he should be stripped of his citizenship because of it. A 40 year old mother in the Denver area had a party and supplied teenagers with alcohol and methemphetamines and marijuana and had sex with five of the boys—her name is Sylvia Johnson. She said she wanted to be a “kool mom.” Non-alcoholic beer can reduce the risk of cancer. Scientists say it helps protect liver, lungs, and kidney against DNA damage. A Japan University gave mice NA beer once a day and found it reduced cancer by 85 %. It is thought that a compound in the beer blocks harmful chemicals and protects liver, lungs, and kidney from DNA damage. Evander Holyfield visits Sri Lanka and India to assess the tsunami damage. Hector “macho” Camacho was released from jail in Gulfport , Mississippi after being charged with burglary of a Gulfport computer shop. Also charged with drug possession after officers said they found him with ten ecstasy pills. Camacho 70-5-2 with…he had been scheduled for a middleweight fight on Jan. 21. He lost to DeLa Hoya in1997; Chris McCarron is retiring from his job in administration at Santa Anita race track—moving to Kentucky to start a jockey school. Russel Baze moved into a tie with Billy Shoemaker for second on the all time victory list with 8330 wins. Johnny Carson passes away age 79, due to complications from emphysema. Letterman says a night doesn’t go by that he doesn’t ask himself “What would Johnny do?” A former amateur magician and ventriloquist, Carson started his career in Lincoln Nebraska in 1948 after a stint in the Navy during World War II. He was a writer for the Variety series , “The Red Skelton Show” and hosted his first TV show “Carson’s Cellar” in 1951. He also hosted the early ABC game show ‘Who can You Trust?” where he appeared with McMahon for the first time in 1958. He replaced Jack Paar as the host of the Tonight Show in Oct 1962. Paar died only last January, 2004. Steve Allen died in October 2000. He was the first host of the Tonight Show. No Memorial Service—very private off stage. He even refused to appear on NBC’s 75th anniversary show. Carson was born in Corning Iowa in 1925. His family then moved to Norfolk NB. As he moved into the nascent [i.e. promising] world of television at an Omaha station. The federal court in Pittsburgh which the federal government has been trying to implement—federal judge declared that the government’s anti-obscenity laws were unconstitutional The Michigan elementary school teacher who hacked her husband to death with a hatchet was sentenced Monday to life in prison without possibility of parole. January 27, 2005 Man parked his train on train tracks in Glendale—wanted to kill himself, , changed his mind just moments before the train hit and jumped out.. Manuel Alvarez of Compton, age 25, his Jeep Grand Cherokee, also stabbed himself and slashed his wrists. Alvarez’ sister told TV interviewer that he had separated from his wife … then the wife got a court order to keep him away from her and the children…he wanted to see his wife and son… he was having problems with drugs she said and was violent… he went around as if he wanted to kill himself.., she said to him if you’re going to kill yourself kill yourself far away, don’t come by here telling that to my sister [ his wife] she said he had also threatened suicide in front of his son [ you see the problem, in part, there—they further ostracize him in his grief,,.. making him all the more despondent.. taking away his manhood. ] They don’t have sympathy for his grief and despair.. the treat him like a lunatic, making him all the more dejected… [creating a killer] … at the same time if you indulge his behavior too much you allow him to manipulate you.. is there a happy middle? Yes. This was the worst train derailment since March, 1999…in this particular case the accident was compounded by the fact that the locomotive was pushing the train, not pulling , they said that if it

had been pulling the train it might have simply pushed the car off the track.. but as it was—there was an accordion effect, increasing the damage to the middle cars. Architect Philip Johnson died at age 98. HE did participate in the Crystal Cathedral drafting. He also was known for the Glass House—the centerpiece of his bachelor pad enclave in Connecticut. He also was involved with the Seagram building in New York. He did the west wing of the Museum of Modern Art..and the library at New York University… and the distinctive stacked lipstick ovals in New York. Larry Green, a 29 year old man , was hit by ac car and declared dead ..already in the morgue when an inspector came by and found him barely breathing. JP Perdue, the medical inspector who found him still alive…/ , several medical employees were suspended pending an investigation. A seven year old gal was found stabbed to death at a Catholic school 50 miles north of New York City—no suspects they say( one day later however they say , in fact, the gal was found in the men’s restroom and the father was arrested). Jerrica Rhodes was the daughter of Chris Rhodes, the son of a former police chief. A long article about detainee interrogations and how they used women to interrogate Muslim prisoners using sexual tactics—some of them highly offensive to Muslim norms. Scientists have discovered that hydrogen fuels microbes at Yellowstone, not sulfur. Michael Ross, the Connecticut serial killer--, was due to be executed last night—but the execution as postponed at the last moment—he’s an Ivy League graduate. Estes Park Town Trustee David Habecker is being challenged to a recall election because he refuses to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and say the words “under God.” Those allegedly missing computer discs at the Los Alamos Nuclear Plant computer lab—they now say never actually existed. Methamphetamines become a bigger problem—across the USA—can quickly make it with cold medicine and battery acid and a few other ingredients. January 30, 2005 Angeline Jolie is am ambassador for the United nations High Commission of Refugees, a Good Will ambassador, she says she would just as soon do her ambassador work full time but realizes she needs to keep making movies for the publicity and money… . Stem cells taken from human embryos were coaxed into becoming motor neurons in an experiment that might one day help scientists to repair damaged nervous systems…researchers say they can train embryonic cells to develop on demand into any type of tissue in the body.. SBC one of the baby bells created with the break up of Ma Bell is now buying AT&T the original ma bell January 31, 2005 Phytocerols in potato chips—supposed to block the cholesterol. Usually the owner/founder maintains control, but just recently they said that the founders of Habitat for Humanity had actually been kicked off the board of directors and was no longer part of the Habitat (not even in an honorary way Ward Churchill, a professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder has compared the victims of the World Trade Center attack to Nazis and the attackers as good… it’s mentioned because he was scheduled to make a speech at a college on the east coast but there were death threats and it had to be cancelled.. subsequently he has resigned as the department chairman.. but his colleagues defend his right to free speech… and have no plans to fire him altogether.. … February 1, 2005 James Pitino—one of the casualties from the train wreck in Glendale and a sheriff’s deputy was mourned at a funeral by 1500 people, including letters and calls from prisoners where he was a guard. Circus employee was trampled to death by an elephant after falling down inside the truck/pen.

February 2, 2005 they’re doing a “Minuteman Project” in Arizona around Tumbleweed along the border they are going to set up their own citizen patrol, ….Chris Simcox is the founder of Civil Homeland Defense which runs its own border patrol with 417 people from 41 states had volunteered to take up positions between two Arizona towns, one of them Douglas…the rally is planned for April 1…when organizers expect 2000 people to park their cars along the border.. stared by James Gilchrest of Aliso Viejo, CA, a retired accountant…,they had a meeting at the Crenshaw Christian Center…one of the largest L.A. Churches…of ministers who backed the Bush re-election with an emphasis on the antigay agenda.. Bishop Frank L. Stewart, Pastor of the Zoe Christian Church .. of L.A. said he is a life long democrat but backed Bush because of moral issues. The Nixon Library is now eligible for federal funds… a young woman who had a friend call in a bomb threat to the Philadelphia Airport in order to avoid missing a flight to London was sentenced Wednesday to a year in prison..Ceylan age 19 and her friend Ilays Savas was also ordered to reimburse American Airlines 9000 dollars to and to pay 100 dollars to each of the 17 people aboard the delayed flight…the two were arrested in June when they tried to redeem the unused tickets. The King-Drew Medical Center in South Los Angeles is losing its accreditation…the commission found incompetent staff, inconsistent patient care, incomplete medical charts, and other problems. February 3, 2005 Max Schmelling died at age 99 .. he was the German who fought Joe Louis back in 1932 or thereabouts and was knocked out in the first round, but the fight was billed as white v. black and was intertwined with the Nazi notion of superiority, so it was a big blow to them… he apparently had a decent boxing career apart from the Joe Louis defeat—going about 50 wins out of 70 fights….. Ossie Davis died. Alan Alda says he was his hero article about Somalia. difficulty of doing tsunami relief there because Somali has no central government ever since the dictator was assassinated in 1991.. only recently have all the factions and outlaws agreed on people to lead, but the leaders don’t even dare live in their own country—they live in Kenya. Delivering aid there is dangerous On Jan. 9 one of the aid volunteers was shot and killed by bandits. Sec of State Kevin Shelley stepping down amid allegations of improprieties…he was a democrat. February 4, 2005 Afghanistan airplane goes down in Afghanistan killing around 100. As many as 6 of the passengers may have been Americans. Dr. Richard Olney a top neurologist who dedicated his career to fighting Lou Gehrig’s disease suddenly became afflicted by it himself. Idaho’s most famous outlaw, Claude Dallas, is scheduled to be released from prison after 24 years for killing two game warden officers who had come to his “campout” and found him with bobcat hides in one of his tents—thereafter a gunfight ensued with Dallas taking both of them down, and then putting a bullet into the head of each for good measure. They made it sound as if, however, the game wardens, had tracked him down looking for a fight and that he, Dallas, did not believe he was actually poaching. A political associate of the Georgia prime minister found dead two days ago commit suicide today. Ossie Davis died—he was a black man who was in some of the Spike Lee films, including “Do the Right Thing”, but prior to that he was involved in many many films dating back to the 60’s… he was also a guest actor in Showtime’s “The L Word” series—so he was a radical liberal. He also wrote Purie Victorious in 1961 which lampoons racial stereotypes . Alan Alda who appeared in the film version of Purie Victorious said Ossie was his hero. Ossie delivered a eulogy for Malcolm X in 1965 and then he repeated it for Spike Lee’s film, “Malcolm X”.

He directed a film called “Cotton Comes to Harlem.” He also did “The Cardinal” in 1963, and “The Client “ in 1994, and “I’m not Rappaport” in 1936. He also appeared in “12 Angry Men” in 1997. Burt Reynolds an aging actor also has high praise for Ossie Davis saying “ NO man comes close to representing the man I want to be “(apart from his late father he says). He goes on to say , “I know he’s sitting next to God and I know God envies that voice.” He spent four years in the war as a surgical technician in an army hospital in Liberia NHL Hockey Star Dany Heatley thanked the family of Dan Snyder, his teammate, who was killed in a car accident when Dany Heatley crashed his Ferrari into a wall, forsaking the judge to keep him out of jail. He could have gotten up to 20 years in prison. He got three years probation. No driving except under certain circumstances and the car must be six cylinders or less and will be rigged to ensure it cannot go faster than 70 mph. He also has to make 150 speeches about the dangers of speeding. Attorney Dressbold says that a man given a ticket in Pennsylvania for following too close behind another car was also given a citation for a incorrect hand signal—when he actually apparently flipped the police officer off—(i.e. stuck his middle finger up at him). The attorney says “either way its an abuse of his constitutional rights” and that it is “lawful under the constitution to give the middle finger” The trooper , Nassan, says the driver, Corey, gave him a gesture indicating he was changing lanes, making it an improper lane change signal. The trooper acknowledges Corey has the right to give him the finger under some circumstances unless it is in plain view of the motoring public. Home of the Pixley national Wildlife Refuge. Every year before the Superbowl apparently they have a festival of “wings and breasts”—not chicken breasts—human female breasts in the stadium along with a chicken wing-eating contest—scantily clad gals entertain the crowd while contestants try to eat the most chicken wings in a specified period of time. This year there were 23, 000 spectators. This is the 13th annual event. In Texas a woman caused her husband’s death by giving him a “Sherry enema”—because he couldn’t drink due to a sore throat she poured two 1.5 liter bottles of Sherry in his butt. HE was an alcoholic and apparently craved it—but it was too much to handle. Male model in San Francisco posed for Tasters Choice/Nestle and got a nominal payment for it but didn’t think they actually used his picture…until one day he comes across a bottle of Tasters Choice in the Supermarket and finds his face on it… the court awarded him 16 million dollars. Yogi Berra is suing TBS for their advertisements which I include his name for the series “Sex and the City” saying it casts him in a false light and damages his reputation and offends his personal sensibilities. His attorney says he is religious, and has children and grandchildren. Prostitution was legalized in Germany in 2001. [That’s a really bad sign I think—in terms of morale and morality—when the country legalizes something immoral. It’s a sign of depression. ]Their unemployment rate is also going to be as high as it has been since the re-unification of west and East Germany in ’91. Rotterdam Independent Film Festival is one of the premier showcase places for independent films. Prime Minister Thaksin of Thailand got his college degree at Sam Houston University in Texas, and has presided over Thailand during a time of enormous economic growth, but critics are worried he is going to become too autocratic and dictatorial with a tendency to violate human rights, noting the deaths of numerous drug dealers..and also some of the Muslim insurgents…and say that the tsunami has actually helped his popularity in the way that he has dealt with it—perhaps saving him for the upcoming election… he has refused international aid and started the motto “Thais love Thais” which has increased patriotism.

Sports: The Skins Game is in Hawaii this year—and this will be the first time that Craig Stadler plays in it—alongside Tom Watson, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicholas, ; Arnold Palmer just got married —doesn’t say if it’s re-marriage or not, and Nicholas just had back surgery in November. Around 190 person have been kidnapped in Iraq in the last year the latest being the Italian Journalist kidnapped near Baghdad University. the president of Togo, a small African country, died today. February 6, 2005 Couple wanted for Child torture in Florida have been arrested in Utah. Alice Resnick, a state supreme court justice in Ohio, was arrested for drunk driving. “My golly I decide all these cases in your favor and look what you are doing to me” she said to the trooper. Her blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit February 7, 2005 Screen writer or alleged screen writer for Devils’ Advocate, Jonathon Lempkin, age 43… got lost hiking around Mt. Baldy along with a friend Clay Senechal… Senechal is the son of Potts who starred in Designing Women and who played bo peep in Toy Story 2..also his father is Scott Senechall a director. February 8, 2005 IN Affluent Glen Ridge New Jersey a soldier was involved in shooting at his ex-wife (injuring her) as well as a man that was with her and then killing himself.. He was involved in a case back in 1989 in which a group of popular kids raped a mentally retarded girl with a broom and baseball bat. Corchoran the son of a police lieutenant was one of several involved but was acquitted or not charged …three other boys were sentence to jail…in ’97 Corchoran won a $200,000 settlement… in a federal civil rights lawsuit that charged Essex County with malicious prosecution…Corchoran was in Afghanistan for a year. 13 year old Devin Brown was shot and killed by police after he stole a car and backed into the police vehicle.. 9 year veteran age 31 fired the shots and six year veteran age 26 was also involved. Britain’s Ellen Macarthur became the world’s fastest person to sail solo around the world.. 71 days 14 hours. Israeli born officer says China will take over the U.S. economically by 2025… author’s name is Oded Shenkar… book entitled The Chinese Century and he is a professor at Ohio State Univ. A Welsh rugby fan cut off his own testicles to celebrate Wales beating England in rugby… age 26 was so convinced that England would win Saturday’s match Geoff Hush told fellow drinkers at a club that he would cut off his testicles if Wales wins… he is hospitalized in serious condition they discovered a new species of monkey in Brazil.. highest bidder gets the honor of naming it… carbon increasing on all planets. Notre Dame upsets Boston College in Top 25 basketball. . man found with rusty nail in neck… stalker arrested for swimming across Miami Beach Bay and laying spread eagle naked on the beach near her house… a four year old in Sand Lake Michigan drove his mom’s car to a video store he would jump down hit the gas and then jump back up to see where he was going..… at 2:00 in the morning and made it there without incident but hit two cars and then a patrol car on the way back. Refugee camps in Sudan. Man who video tapes prostitutes for public awareness is arrested for allegedly paying the prostitutes to do their sexual acts in front of the camera. Hakeem Olajuwon, former Houston Rockets star, is under investigation for contributions his mosque made to various terrorist related organizations…researchers are now saying it may be possible to

predict some tsunamis by watching the coastline .. a phenomena called subsidence before a the oceanic plate dives under the continental plate it pulls the continental plate down slowly and eventually so much so that it snaps.. there seems to be a bending before it snaps… so that the shoreline/tide levels decrease slightly---by watching for slight decreases (which can also be determined by the life of microorganisms along the shoreline) it may be able to predict future tsunamis but without any way of saying exactly when.. but not all earthquakes move up and down for example the San Andreas fault moves laterally. They are less concerned about this happening on the southwest coast than the Cascadia subduction Zone which stretches from North California to British Columbia, and also mentioned parts of the Northeast coast. The moose population in West Wyoming has become lower than normal.. now about at 2700 some studies suggest malnutrition and starvation , others say it was due to grizzly bears , 8% caused by car crashes, wolves 2%, …North Korea acknowledges for the first time it has nuclear weapons.. young gals and women are being sexually abused in Congo… new U.N resolution makes it unlawful for them to have sex with the Congonese women…Zimbabwe arrest man for competing as a woman athlete.. boy stunned by police officers in Chicago with a stun gun experienced cardiac arrest and has still not regained full consciousness… the problem of actor missionaries. February 10, 2005 Story about “John of God “ in remote Brazilian village Abediania who calls himself a healer and has an avid faithful following of people coming to him for healing .. some say he is successful… actor Corey Feldman has been subpoenaed to appear in the Michael Jackson trial. Now researchers are saying that even so-called “healthy” juices are not much better for children (or adults) than sodas—the juices being simply sugary water, not much different than soda…better off drinking milk… a newborn boy was tossed out the car window with umbilical cord still attached found on the grass less than an hour old ..serious condition in hospital. Found in plastic bag.. in Fort Lauderdale Minny Mandela, Nelson’s wife… was convicted of fraud in 2003.. bank loan scam.. sentenced to 3 ½ years of prison in ’91 convicted of kidnapping a 14 year old Soweto activist… later found dead… she was sentenced to 6 years in prison which was reduced to a fine on appeal… [Nelson’s son died of aids] … There’s fighting on the island of Jolo in the Philippines… 30 soldiers and 60 rebels have been killed since…Monday. Tsunami/earthquake was 9.0 on Richter scale and largest to rattle the earth since the 1968 Alaska quake..disrupted the planets rotation and shaved 2.8 microseconds.. from the length of a day… shifted the earth’s north pole by 1 inch and made the earth slightly less oblate , or flattened at the poles.. [this is based on calculations rather than measurements]. Mangroves..and coral reef was destroyed by the tsunami…. Leprosy in Tanzania—trying to create awareness that it is potentially curable in some cases…or at least not as hopeless as once thought or commonly believed…a couple from Michigan who brought medicine to a convent in Cuba were fined $5000 by a federal judge for traveling to Cuba without a license…they should have applied for a license to visit Cuba for humanitarian reasons…which are issued by the OFCA.. for various reasons. THE ABA reports that negligent or unprepared lawyers are leading to faulty convictions…and more serious punishment than should be given.. lack of training for lawyers for the indigent most states pay more for prosecutors than for public defenders. California allocates defense counsel $60.90 for every $100 prosecution receives…some defense attorneys even negotiated plea agreements the first day they meet their client.. reports of incidents of

indigent clients languishing in jail for months…the study says that the representation of indigents is in a state of crisis… the ABA committee wants Congress.. and local governments to spend more money.. against shoddy legal representation… an ABA meeting right now in Salt Lake City that runs through Tuesday.. has not put this issue on its Ohio State University Professor by the name of Doug Bermin was interviewed by AP news in regards to the ABA report… February 11, 2005 Arthur Miller died. Christo & Jeanne Claude are setting up an art exhibit in Central Park that cost them 20 million dollars to create and display—called “The Gates” It will unfurl Saturday…they’ve been working on it for a few decades…Karl Malone has decided to retire—he considered playing another year for the Lakers and also talked with the Spurs but finally said he would call it quits altogether, finally—leaving the game as the 2nd highest scorer in NBA history –his only regret not ever having won a championship ring, losing twice in the finals with the Jazz to the Bulls and M. Jordan, and last year losing to the Pistons with the Lakers. Doctors say eating Thai Curry can help protect against cancer.. ginger root called galangal used to flavor the dishes appears to kill cancer cells..and the researchers at King’s College in London also believe it can also protect healthy cells…Galangal has already been used as a treatment for stomach cancer..and has also been used as an aphrodisiac… 74 year old American nun was shot to death in Brazilia’s Amazon Rain Forest … she worked for decades to defend human rights.. Dorothy Stang..was shot in the state of Para. More about the “Gates” exhibit in Central Park there are 7500 Gates along 23 miles of pathways in Central Park. Remember the lady who sued the two girls for delivering her cookies… now she, Renee Young, and her husband, Herb, have gone on Good Morning America and told their side of the story—saying the two gals had to scale two fences and crawl under a third to get to her door and then they banged on the door so hard she was sure that somebody was trying to break in. The two gals, Taylors Ostergaard and the other Linsey Zellitti, now 19 years old…the girls on Good Morning America said they offered to pay them the money without going to court but Renee & Herb say that is not true. The girls have gotten all kinds of contributions because of this.. and a cookie company has named a cookie the “Kindness Cookie” in regards to it. Ray Kurzweil, professor & scientist, thinks he can live forever..and plans to do so. A Tennessee community’s image of a teacher is shattered after finding out that this female teacher, Pamela Turner, a physical education teacher, a former college basketball player and blonde with “movie star looks” ---trying to reconcile the wholesome image with charges that she sexually assaulted one of her male students, a 13 year old boy. “She’s absolutely gorgeous” Warren County Sheriff Jackie Mathanie said…” I hate it for everyone” She was charged with 13 counts of battery by an authority figure and 13 counts of statutory rape for allegedly having sex with the boy at his home and school . Turner lived with the boy and his family for a brief time after her marriage to a high school basketball coach ended. School superintendent Hale said Turner was adamant in her defense … ‘basically said she wasn’t guilty. She was shocked that she had been accused.” Kansas State University Education professor Bob Shoop who has testified in 40 court cases involving sexual abuse in schools says people are always surprised when a woman is involved in such cases because they assume boys are sexually aggressive and cannot be the victim. The reality is a child is a child regardless of the gender, Shoop said. It’s immoral, illegal, and unethical, for any educator to have sex with any student. The case is reminiscent of the one involving Mary Kay Letourneau, an elementary school teacher who had sex with a 12 year old student in suburban Seattle. Letorneau eventually gave birth to two of the boy’s babies. She spent seven years in prison.

Senator Larry Mumper is a former high school teacher now a Republican Senator from Ohio (?)…is trying to get a bill passed that would prevent public & private school professors from presenting opinion as fact and for penalizing students for expressing their viewpoints in an attempt to stop the liberal agenda in academia. Similar legislation failed in California and Colorado last year. The California Bill that would effect only public schools has been re-introduced. February 13, 2005 Red Roses are banned in Saudi Arabia due to Muslim religious rules. Neo-nazis marched on the 60th anniversary of the Allied bombing in Dresden, marring an otherwise usually bright moment in history for Dresden to re-live. Dresden is known in Germany as the “Florence of the North” and was untouched by WWII battles until Feb 13, 1945 only a few months before the war ended when it was bombed by British and American planes. The neo-Nazi march was scheduled by the German’s National Democratic Party (NDP) and Udo Voight one of the leaders of the rally expressed great admiration for Adolf Hitler. The leader of the Christian Party in Iraq was abducted. Lucia de Jesus de Santos (Sister Lucia Martos) was one of the three children who saw the vision of the Fatima Virgin in 1916 died. She was born in Aljustral, Portugal. Her two siblings, Jasunta and Francisco, died shortly after the vision around 1920, both of them were beatified by the pope. One of Lucia’s last visitors was Mel Gibson who brought her a copy of his dvd in July, 2004. She says the main theme of the visions was the struggle of Atheistic communism against Christianity. A fire in Madrid, Spain destroys a sky scraper. February 14, 2005 Michael Jackson is lining up defense witnesses which include Kobe Bryant, Elizabeth Taylor, and Jay Leno. Have to wonder about the wisdom of putting Kobe Bryant as a character witness for Michael Jackson. Prince Charles is getting re-married.. The initials HRH mean “Her Royal Highness” and it is a coveted title says AP News concerning the upcoming marriage of Prince Charles to Camila Bowes who will become the Royal Duchess rather than a , and it was “HRH’ that was taken away from Lady Di when she and Charles got divorced. Michael Jackson comes down with severe flu on the way to court---goes to hospital for help—is in stable condition… delays jury selection process. Cup of coffee per day may be good for you they say now…. Can help prevent liver cancer February 15, 2005 100’s mourn the death of Devin Brown—the teenage boy show stole a car and was shot to death after a chase.. subsequently the LAPD is revising their shooting policies for moving vehicles. Baby 81 is reunited with its parents in Sri Lanka—after the baby was swept away from the mother’s arms in the tsunami… 8 couples claimed the baby was theirs---but DNA tests proved whose it was…entering Vacaville at 124 a.m. .. Department of Interior Secretary Gale Norton took a trip through Yellowstone to see how the snowmobiles affected the environment and seemed pleased that they did not seem to have a negative effect on the wildlife. The presumed myth of Romulus and Remus—the two babies who lost their mother and were raised by wolves, breastfed by wolves… the myth is that these two babies founded Rome in 1753 B.C. and Romulus and Remus were the twin sons of the god Mars, the god of War.. recently they found archeology that uncovered more royal remnants than previously realized.. the previous archeologists found only huts.. .. ______________ discovered traces of regal splendor… at least 8 passengers departed from the Cruise Ship Voyager with broken bones after waves pounded the cruise liner in the Mediterranean Sea near Menorca (which is not far from Mallorca). .. pummeled by Force 11 gales and waves u p to 45 feet while on route from Tunisia to Barcelona… Harnessing the energy of the waves is becoming a new challenge for energy companies.

St. Patrick was first taken to Ireland as a teenager when raiders kidnapped him from his Roman parents British home…and used him as a slave… he escaped years later but returned later as a clergyman…religion has him introducing Christianity to the pagan islanders and banishing snakes… historians dismiss both claims saying there have never been any snakes in Ireland and there’s evidence that other Christians had attempted to convert the island previously. However, Patrick was an astute converter who incorporated pagan imagery into Christian evangelism…celebrating Easter with bonfires…and placing a sun at the center of the cross…to produce a Celtic cross..Patrick tried hard for 40 years to make Christianity work… and truly dominated Ireland by targeting Irish Gaelic aristocrats… February 17, 2005 Shots fired on bus in Milwaukee, 1 dead. … Former prime minister of Lebanon was laid to rest today after being assassinated a few days ago..Giuliana Sgrena a 56 year old Italian journalist was kidnapped a week or so ago and was now forced to appear on videotape to plea for her life. She was a journalist for the Communist Daily II Manifesto. Two ships collide in the foggy port of Hong Kong. At least 100 people injured Woman who dressed up as a giant Hummer in New York is suing the city for false arrest saying she had the right to speak and demonstrate against the sale of giant SUV’s. Panda bears are expanding their territory according to a study of their feces found in new areas. New emphasis on frog safaris. Story about a group in New York that started specifically to clean up after death scenes—i.e. to clean up the guts, body parts, brain splatter, etc. Journalists on the Mexican side of the U.S/Mexican border are facing increased persecution by the drug lords.. three journalists killed recently … University of Illinois is 26-0 ,#1. Lance Armstrong declares he will race again in the Tour de France … Russian Astronaut Salizhan Sharipov is too tall to fit into the seat of the spaceship Soyuz to return home.. in order to fit he will have to squeeze into what they call a “penguin suit” which will shorten him. Sharipov lost the natural curve in his spine after four months with no gravity, making him taller. Sella Field Nuclear plant cannot account for 66 pounds of plutonium but they say it’s not necessarily an actual loss but a “paper loss.” Italian researchers are urging over weight kids to drink more milk. Calcium increased the rate of fat burning and slows the growth of fat cells. It flies in the face of the notion that diets should include less milk and cheese.. which actually is not helpful… because it not only prevents the burning of fat but also you lose the benefit of calcium intake. Arlen Spector, senator, has Hodgkins Disease and will under go Chemotherapy.Cyclone Olaf is causing damage in the Cook Island area. Two Kenyan boys were attacked by some sort of tribal group and had their penises cut off with the intent of making an anti-aid potion. A Kenyan doctor reconstructed their penises so they can live without a catheter. The largest Presbyterian branch of churches is threatening to divest the money they have invested in Palestine/Israel if peace does not prevail. Hole in the skull of King Tut sparking questions about whether he was murdered—they are now doing Cat determine the significance of the holein-the-skull. King Tut was found in 1922 by British archaeologist Howard Carter…King Tut ruled during a “troubled and confusing” period of Egyptian history, shortly after the death of monotheist (?) Akhenaten in 1362 B.C. who may have been King Tut’s father. Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is near Vandenberg Air Force Base. Mark Thatcher, son of Margaret Thatcher, had to appear in court and answer more questions his involvement in the plot to assassinate the equatorial New Guinea president (and he admitted purchasing a helicopter with a group of people) ---his wife and children are living in Texas.

Talking about the plaintiff in the Michael Jackson case –defense attorneys are calling them “professional plaintiffs” and want the jury to know about their involvement in lawsuits against J.C. Penny and Tower Records in 2001. The man who parked his SUV on the railroad track in Glendale—initially it was thought to be a suicide attempt, but now prosecutors point to the fact that he poured gasoline on the vehicle which would not be necessary if the man simply wanted to die, himself. They say it indicates he was trying to cause an explosion. Lindsay Lohan—the gal who played the twins in the re-make of Parent Trap (1998 version)—now is 18 years old—and is playing more controversial , risqué films. February 18, 2005 U.S. is running ad in Pakistan on TV for the capture of Osama Bin Laden, dead or alive, 25 million dollar bounty. Judge Ernest Murphy, a superior court judge in Boston, sued reporter David Wedge of the Boston Herald for misquoting him as saying “She should get over it” in a callous manner about a 14-year-old rape victim. Jury awarded 2.1 million for libel saying the paper and reporter were wrong. The gorilla Koko in N. California.. two employees are suing because they are saying the keeper who employed them wanted them to expose their breasts for the gorilla in view of him saying he (the gorilla) has a nipple fetish. The tsunami uncovered an ancient town in India, covered by sand near the coastal town of Maha Balapurum…another earthquake hits in Indonesia at 6.9 on Richter scale in Sulawesi region. California is one of eleven states allowing marijuana for medical reasons. Mexico begins a new trial process, changing their system. From secretive corrupt trial to oral trial similar to the U.S. system. Mother of the Detroit Tiger pitcher who was kidnapped in Venezuela and held for 6 million dollar ransom was rescued by a law enforcement team , killing one of the kidnappers in the process. They raided the camp ..taking Urbina’s mom back. She had been held for 5 months. Sr. Bush and Clinton are in Thailand assessing the tsunami disaster. USS Carter, a sea wolf class submarine is scheduled to be commissioned tomorrow, Jimmy Carter was a submariner in his military years. February 19, 2005 China is becoming more and more an economic power, China is attempting to woo relationships with other countries away from rival Taiwan, China has set a force of police to Haiti to help the country in the first communist deployment in the western hemisphere, and they are especially targeting the Caribbean, two countries in the Caribbean—Dominica & Granada switched allegiance from Taiwan to China despite Taiwan’s “money diplomacy” and the recent offer of 9 million dollars but China counter-offered 112 million over 6 years.. …China still insists that Taiwan is part of China. The two sides split in the Civil War in 1949 and Beijing has since refused to have ties with any government that recognizes Taiwan. The Bahamas abandoned Taiwan in 1997. And it has added Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Dominica, Jamaica, and St. Lucia as approved travel destinations for Chinese tourists. China is the leading importer of Trinidadian asphalt used for highways and airport runways. Only four countries maintain relationships with Taiwan---Dominican Republic, Haiti, St. Kits, St. Vincent (Grenadines), but China has economic missions in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. When China became communist in 1949, the U.S. supported Taiwan, the island where the former Chinese government had taken refuge. U.S troops fought Chinese soldiers in the 1950-53 Korean War. In 1979 the U.N. gave Beijing the China seat and Taiwan was expelled. In 1979 the U.S. Recognized China’s legitimacy. IN 2001 China entered the World Trade Organization and trade is up 33% since 2003.

The Father of Lindsay Lohan who I just mentioned a few days ago as the star of the Parent Trap (re-make of 1998) was arrested for driving under the influence in New York and apparently has had several scrapes with the law over the past few years. George Bush Jr. admits to having tried marijuana. In audio tapes before his initial run for the presidency, in conversation with a friend he says “ I would never answer question to the press like Al Gore did [about smoking marijuana] because I would not want some little kid doing what I tried.” This conversation was with his friend Doug Wead, a former aid to George Bush Sr. Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice Thomas Saylor could be fined up to $6000 for trying to sneak a small pocketknife on to the airplane. He was initially told during check-in that he could not carry the pocketknife on the plane and that it must be put with stowed luggage. He apparently then tried to hide the knife inside a shoe and was caught with it at the Harrisburg Intl. Airport. Bush Sr. and Clinton are in Thailand assessing tsunami damage and both of them reportedly almost came to tears because of what they observed and their interactions with some of the children who lost their parents, especially around Ban Nam Khem, where an estimated 1500-2000 people, more than a third of the village, lost their lives. I thought Thailand had refused any foreign aid. They also observed the ruins in Khao Lak. An Egyptian Doctor removed the second head of a 10 month old girl suffering from Craniopagus Parasiticus one of the rarest birth defects, the parasitic head had been capable of smiling and blinking, but not independent life. Correction about the Kenyan boys who had their penises cut off— it was not a Kenyan doctor who did the surgery it was a doctor from Spain. Sports: Illinois continues their unbeaten streak with a win over Iowa. Former baseball player Canseco owes $32, 000 in back taxes to the state of Massachusetts but his attorney says that it is a clerical error and that these taxes were deducted from his payroll when he was playing baseball, but that the baseball clubs have not sent the affidavits to the state. Iowa State upsets #2 Kansas in men’s basketball. Iowa State started the season 0-5. The Lakers are 26-24 this year and Shaquille O’Neal says their record speaks for itself. Teacher at Fenway High School in Boston—an immigrant from the Ivory Coast is being deported in a few weeks but parents, students, teachers, and administrators are fighting to keep him here. He missed an immigration hearing scheduled for June 7, 2001, saying he thought it was on July 7, 2001 and because he missed the scheduled hearing he was ordered deported, in absentia. He spent a few months in prison later.. and then was ordered deported. He says that if he goes back to Ivory Coast he could end up in prison or killed. He has been given three extra weeks to find a country to go to that is safe for him. His name is Attouman, Obain. Spotlight Story (AP NEWS) “Do Red-Light Traffic Cameras Help?” Are Cameras at Traffic Signals the Answer to Problem?”

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As red-light traffic cameras spring up at intersections across the country, critics are raising questions about whether the devices actually deter red-light running, or are just a way for local authorities to make a quick buck. The cameras snap pictures of vehicles that run red lights. The violator then receives a summons in the mail for the infraction. There’s no exact count of how many cameras are being used, but one recent study shows that they are currently used in more than a dozen states and more than 70 cities across the country. Proponents say the cameras make roads safer by deterring red-light runners from breaking the rules, but detractors say dangerous intersections are the result of engineering deficiencies and the cameras are just a way to increase revenue on the backs of unsuspecting drivers. Do we Need them? “Red Light cameras just reward cities for bad engineering” said Eric Skrum, spokesman for the National Motorists Association, a motorist advocacy group that has been arguing against the use of red-light cameras nationwide. The group contends that the best remedies for dangerous intersections are engineering improvements like

longer yellow lights and shielding signals to prevent glare and make the lights more visible as the sun sets. According to the group’s web site, the organization believes that “with properly posted speed limits and properly installed traffic-control devices there is no need for camera-based law traffic law enforcement devices.” The NMA points to studies of red-light cameras that show that while there is generally a decrease in side-impact collisions, there is an increase in rear-end collisions as drivers slam on their brakes to avoid running a red light. Robert Sinclair, a spokesman for the Automobile Association of America’s New York offices, says the risks are too great not to have the cameras in certain areas. “The nature of the collision that takes place when someone runs a red light is a very dangerous one, the so-called ‘t-bone’ he said is “the weakest part of the vehicle is its side. So someone runs a red light and smashes into the side of a vehicle and lots of bad things can happen.’ But Skrum argues that the cameras are not the only way to deal with dangerous intersections.” Most drivers don’t want to run red lights” said Skrum, ‘but due to engineering flaws at some intersections they sometimes have no choice. Speed up or slow down? A number of studies have shown that by simply increasing the length of “amber” or “yellow” lights dangerous intersections can be made safe. “By increasing the length of yellow lights,” Skrum explained, “you can cut down on the amount of violations and accidents at an intersection. “It’s the moment for a driver when he must make a choice. As a light turns yellow he has to decide between speeding up to get through an intersection and trying to stop in time to keep from running a red light. Sinclair said that time of dilemma is shortened if a yellow light is too quick. “It might actually encourage people to try and run the yellow” he said. “It’s that go, no-go decision time we worry about.” Studies show that lengthening the amber light gives drivers more time to make that choice and more time to brake. But in some cashstrapped communities, shorter yellow lights at intersections equipped with red-light cameras means more tickets—and that means more money. The AAA supports the use of cameras, but Sinclair agrees that their use needs to be monitored so drivers aren’t taken advantage of. ‘We’ve seen ambers as as short as a second in those areas where they might be wanting to, lets say, enhance revenue,”he said. There needs to be a national standard for the length of amber lights.” A study released in January by the Texas Transportation Institute concluded that extending a yellow light by 1.5 seconds would decrease red-light-running by at least 50 percent. The institute also found that cameras do have a positive impact: that intersections equipped with the devices saw a 40- percent decrease in violations on average. They also found that the cameras had a kind of ‘halo’ effect where nearby intersections also saw a drop in violations. Who is profiting? The NMA says that towns and cities that want to use red-light cameras disregard studies that question the cameras effectiveness, instead turning to studies quoted by groups like the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety which is supported by many of the nation’s insurance providers. The insurance institute’s Web site shows that it believes in the cameras and sees them as a powerful weapon against red-light runners. Skrum argues that insurance companies have a vested interest in the success of the cameras. “The insurance industry is going to profit from the cameras” he said “because more cameras means more tickets being issued and then they can raise the driver’s insurance rates. “ In addition , the companies that manufacture , install, and maintain the cameras generally make their profit from a portion of the ticket revenue the devices generate. Because of this, Skrum says, anything that might cause a decrease in tickets generated by the cameras would mean a decrease in profits for the camera manufacturers, the insurance companies and local municipalities. “In many instances engineering is being ignored because it’s easier to put up a camera,” Skrum said. “It’s more lucrative to put up a camera.” Motorists groups offers $10,000 challenge a “prove us wrong” type move—NMA is offering a cash prize for proof that dangerous intersections can’t be improved through engineering. IN certain parts of the country, NMA is offering to bring in its own engineer to study any intersection equipped with a camera and to make recommendations on how the intersection could be made safer through improved engineering. The group says that if its recommendations are implemented in place of the camera the intersection will see at least 50 percent decline in red-light violations. If not, a $10,000 donation will be made toward a road safety or road improvement program of that community’s choosing. “We’re putting out money where our mouth is,” Skrum explained, ‘We’re

saying if you address the problem with an engineering solution, you won’t need a camera.” So far no one has taken the challenge. February 20, 2005 Teen Film Star Sandra Dee, age 62, died. She starred in “The Gidget” and other popular films such as “Tammy and the Doctor.” The Dollar couple was arrested in Salt Lake City and brought back to Florida for trial on child abuse. They had adopted several children and were seemingly okay, the social workers thought everything was okay but then suddenly it was discovered that they had beaten and starved their children and even pulled out their toe nails. Los Angeles has already gotten 28.55 inches of precipitation since July 1, the 7th wettest year on record, the record being 38.18 inches from July 1883 to the following June. If L.A. gets 10 more inches of rain by the end of June it will beat the record. Thai Sex czar Chuvit Kamolvisit has been elected to parliament, and that he has put massage parlors behind him, now in real estate and living an honest life, he says. Send tsunami video to Jean Throckmorton on Country Club Dr. in Burbank. Hunter Thompson, eccentric writer commit suicide in Aspen Colorado February 21, 2005 Levels of mercury found to be extremely high in Salt Lake (Salt Lake City UT). 6.4 earthquake hits Iran, killing maybe up to 400 or more. The quake was centered in the city of Zarand , in the province of Kerman. Winn Dixie has filed for bankruptcy protection. Los Angeles mayor election coming up soon— recent events may have lessened his popularity, the shooting of Devin Brown and the beating on the head of the black man (no charges filed against the officer). February 22, 2005 Man accused of plotting to kill George Bush Jr. in 2002 and 2003 was indicted by a grand jury today in Virginia . He’s from Falls Church. His name is Ahmed Omar Abu Ali . Danger of so-called “bird flue”—they say it could become a pandemic. Lady in vegetative state for several years, debate continues whether to take her off the tube and let her die, or keep her alive but maybe brain dead (15 years on feeding tube). Husband wants her taken off. Family wants to sustain her and contends she is alert even though she doesn’t show it. They want husband to divorce her so that they can become the guardians. Stephen Dale Barbee was charged with capitol murder on Tuesday after confessing to the slaying of his wife, Alise Underwood and son Jayden (it turns out that Alise or Lisa Underwood was not his wife—she was his mistress—he was married to somebody else who did not know about this relationship. Lisa wanted Barbee’s wife to know….they argued about it and he killed her—while doing so, son Jayden walked in and so he killed him too). His wife owned a bagel shop (in Texas?). More rain—1 a.m Feb. 23. European Space Probe has unveiled a sea of ice on the equator of Mars, and that it lies just below the surface. Total of 33.09 inches of rain has fallen in southern California since July 1, 2004. The record amount is 38.18 inches set in 1883. February 24, 2005 Surveys suggest Schwarzenager’s popularity is declining. In Pennsylvania a police trooper killed himself after police searched his home for child pornography paraphernalia, Dairy Cows affected by rainy season—Chino area—losing cows mud piles up so fast, cows refuse to lie down in muck and die of exhaustion, and they cannot let the water run off because laws re. Manure water,. The dairy farmers say they’ve lost at least 38 million in milk production because of dead and sick cows. One farmer says he’s lost at least $2000 per day. Normally the region receives about 14 inches of rain in the winter, so far this year it has already gotten 30 inches since October. He says “Cows give less milk when they have to expend so much energy slogging through muddy water. Gunman shot his

wife and another man with a rifle before being killed by police Hernandez Arroyo also wounded four people in the rampage in Tyler Texas, including two police officers and his own son. The Pope is back in the hospital. A City employee in Los Angeles opened fire with a _ killing two fellow employees at a city yard. The Michael Jackson case is ready to begin on Monday with opening statements. Lute Olsen got his 304th Pac 10 win in men’s college basketball with the Arizona Wildcats, tying John Wooden’s Pac 10 record. Former Steeler Lynn Swann is considering a run for governor for 2006. He was with the Steelers who won four Superbowls, from ’74 to ’82. He’s a Republican. Criticism of George Bush in Russia for not taking his gloves off to shake hands with Putin /. Discovery of a skull of an animal that looks like a cross between a bear and a pit bull in California’s San Joaquin Valley. United Nations predicts there will be 9.1 billion people on planet earth by the year 2050. A drunk prosecutor Monroe County Asst. Prosecutor Edward Tasker, age 28, … streaked across a motel parking lot naked and jumped into the car of a person he thought was a friend, but turned out to be a woman waiting for her boyfriend. ..Key West Police arrested Tasker February 25, 2005 Paralegal who worked for the attorney representing the the mother of the Michael Jackson accuser…says the mother lied and told her son to lie and she (the paralegal) will testify about it. The court has allowed the husband of the woman in a vegetative state to take the feeding tube out of her mouth so that she can die, but the parents of the woman have been given three weeeks to appeal. Wife of Hunter Thompson said he had mentioned suicide a few times in the past few months. Operation Blue Book was supposed to investigate UFO”s in 1950-60 but they say it never became a truly scientific inquiry—but they mention the fact that some trained Air Force employees had even reported some unexplicable sightings. Norwegian man caught a 320 poound Halibut—almost too big for his boat—he had to tow it in. Giant Panda skeleton found in tomb in China-Wide. Receiver Jerry Rice has been released from the Seattle Seahawks—the Mississippi Valley State University grad played most of his career with the 49ers, and a few years with Oakland and will definitely be in the Hall of Fame having broken and holding many of the reception records. South Carolina Supreme Court has delayed its enforcement of Charm school for law school graduation, or post-law school requirements. Paris Hilton’s cell phone account got hacked ..a list of celebrities, pictures of herself topless, and others stuff were plastered all over the internet. An artist plans to tow an iceberg to the city where they built the Titanic as a tribute to the titanic. Hunter Thompson wants his ashes shot out of a cannon as a final tribute to himself. Doctors in Thailand are trying to restore the eyesight of a monk who mistakenly used superglue on his eyes, thinking it was eye drops. Both eyes are apparently okay, but they have not yet separated the eyelids. Authorities kill a tiger in Moorpark, near Simi Valley (Reagan Presidential Library) , apparently somebody’s private pet got loose. Woman in Alaska jealous about impending breakup with boyfriend or husband cut off the man’s penis and flushed it down the toilet. They recovered the penis and reattached it surgically. Sammy Sosa has been traded from the Cubs to the Batlimore Orioles. Downtown Los Angeles has had 27.37 inches of rain. Since December 1. beating the 24 inches recorded in 1889-90. They’ve found a person of interest in the BTK case. Family of person having heart problems in the emergency room at the Hospital in Santa Barbara might sue Michael Jackson and the hospital because when he came in they put him (Jackson) in the larger room where the heart patient was and moved the heart patient to another room where he subsequently had two more heart attacks and died. Wife of Hunter Thompson says he talked about suicide for a few months prior.

February 26, 2005 They have arrested somebody in Wichita Kansas who they suspect to be the BTK killer. February 27, 2005 The man arrested as the BTK Killer is Dennis Rader, a cub scout leader, active in his Lutheran church , married with two children, the municipal codes enforcer supervisor for the city, . Van Orden is suing to have the ten commandments monument from the Texas Supreme Court state grounds . He is a former lawyer, now homeless Vietnam veteran. They note that the U.S. Supreme Court has a display in their marble lobby of Moses holding a marble carving of the ten commandments, but Van Orden rejects the comparison noting that the display also includes other historical law givers such as Hammurabi, Confucius, and Muhammad, as well as Napoleon and Cesar Augustus. He said he would not have sued if the capitol bldg. paid similar homage to other law givers/historical figures. He’s had his law license suspended several times for issues ranging from taking money for work he didn’t perform …[and other things] he’s almost 60 years old. Gathering of governors from many of the states to try to improve high school education, absent was Arnold and Jeb. Benenson, founder of Amnesty Intl. Died at age 83, Rosswell New Mexico –they found metal a few decades ago that some insisted was from a UFO, but the govt insists it was from a hot air balloon project they had participated in. It was a secret govt project known as Mogul. Same security as atomic bomb. For surveillance. Jeff Kent—former S.F. Giant player , former team mate of Barry Bonds, says all the hooplah about him and Bonds being enemies is exaggerated, is now with the Dodgers. He was on the Giants when they played the Angels in the world series. IRAQ or Syria captures Saddam Hussein’s half-brother, Sabawi Ibrahim alHusan. February 28, 2005 Suicide bomber kills more than 100 and wounds 133 in an attack south of Baghdad. A suicide car bomber blew himself up Monday in a crowd at a police and national guard recruit site south of Baghdad killing at least 106 and wounding 133, police and witnesses said. IT was one of the deadliest insurgent attacks since President Bush declared the war over in May 2003. AP television news footage showed large pools of blood outside the medical clinic, located on a dusty street in Hilla, sixty miles south of Baghdad. Scorchmarks infused covered the clinic walls and dozens of people helped to put body parts in blankets…soles of shoes and tattered clothes were piled in a corner. A suicide car bomb hit a gathering of people who were applying to work in the security services. The incident led to the death of a 106 people and injured 133 citizens,” Babil province police said in a statement released to reporters. He added that several people were arrested about the blast but did not elaborate. Iraqi security forces have been regularly targeted by insurgents who see them as collaborating with U.S. forces and want to undermine Iraq’s American-backed government. Dozens of bodies could be seen lying on the ground after the blast and half a dozen ambulances ferried casualties to a nearby hospital, witnesses said. The huge blast damaged nearby shops and parked cars and sent panicked people fleeing. People were queuing up to get checked medically in order to become policemen. A car came and exploded killing more than 50 people, more than what you expect said ammar mosa a wtiness told EPTN. A second car exploded Monday at a police checkpoint in Musayyib, about 20 miles north of Hilla killing at least 1 policeman and wounding several others, police said on condition of anonymity.

The twin attacks came a day after Iraqi officials announced that Syria had captured and handed over Sadam Hussein’s half-brother, a most wanted leader in the Suni based insurgency, in the latest of a series of arrests which the U.S/Iraq leaders hope will deal a crushing blow to violent opposition forces . The arrest of Sabawi Ibrahim al-husan ended months of Syrian denials that it was harboring fugitives of the ousted Saddam regime. Iraq authorities said Damascus acted in a gesture of good will. Sabawai al husan who shared a mother with Saddam, was nabbed along with 29 other fugitive members of the former dictators Baath party in Hasakaah, in northeaster Syria, 30 miles from the border, officials said Sunday on condition of anonymity. U.S. military had no comment. Syria is under intense pressure from the United States, United Nations, France & Israel to drop its support for radical groups in the Middle East, to stop harboring Iraqi fugitives and to remove its troops from Lebanon. A week ago authorities grabbed a key associate and the driver of Jordanian born terror leader Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi (who has not been caught yet), a leader of Al-Quaeda in Iraq, and believed to be the leader of the ongoing bombings, beheadings and attacks on Iraqi and American forces. Iraqi officials said they expect to take al-Zarqawi soon. Iraqis broke the news of al Husan’s capture. “I hope all the terrorists will be arrested soon and we can live in peace” said Sophia Sood, a 54 year old Baghdad housewife. “Those criminals deserve death for the crimes they committed against the Iraqi people.” Iraqi officials did not specify when al-Husan was captured , only saying he was detained after the Feb 14 assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri in Beirut Lebanon, in a roadside bombing that killed 16 others. Syria fell under suspicion in the killing because of its military and political domination of the country, where it maintains 15,000 troops. Hariri had quit the premiership over Syria’s continued presence in Lebanon. Captain Ahmed Ismael, an Iraqi intelligence officer said al-Husan was handed to the Iraqis Sunday. ANOTHER Iraqi official said Syrian security expelled al Husan after he and supporters had been turned back in an earlier attempt to cross the Syrian border into Lebanon and Jordan. Al-Husan was #36 , the six of diamonds, on the list of most wanted terrorists in Iraq, compiled by U.S. Authorities after Saddam was toppled in April, 2003. Eleven of the deck of 55 remain at large. The U.S. had offered 1 million for Al-Husan’s capture. Iraq’s post-election Shiite Muslim power broker united alliance leader Abdel Aziz al-Hakim told AP that Husan’s arrest signaled troubled times for insurgency. “those criminals are on the run and we will chase the rest of them . We will work on arresting all the criminals, either those inside Iraq or those in other neighboring countries so that they can stand fair trial and be punished for the crimes they have committed against the Iraqi people”he said. AP reporter Salah Masrawi in Cairo contributed to this report. March 1, 2005 New research and bran scan technology shows that some brain does originate in the brain, it’s not imagined. Chronic back pain can even cause brain tissue to shrink if it is prolonged. When people say “pain is all in the head” some people think they mean it’s not real” says Katherine Bushnell. Researchers at ____________ University …through brain imaging Bushnell has shown that something as simple as being distracted has a real effect in decreasing the intensity of pain signals in the brain. They had patients listen to tones , while so their perception of pain diminished, and brain scans showed the pain did lessen while they listened to the tones. She says this means that having family around constantly asking how one is feeling can actually draw more attention to the pain and enhance it. Emotions can either enhance or decrease pain. Pleasant odors ease the sensation of pain while unpleasant smells made the pain feel worse. Now they are looking for ways to target pathways to the brain to stop some of the pain sensations.

A federal judge found two dead bodies in her home. U.S. District Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow found [what turned out to be, in fact, her husband and mother, dead in her home] around 6 pm in the Chicago area. Another kidnapped journalist pleads for help on a video tape. French journalist Flourence Aubenas appeared on video tape begging for help. She went missing on January 5, 2005. Michigan State University is considering moving it’s medical school to Grand Rapids. Ichiro Suzuki hit .429 from the All-Star Break to the end of the season. Steve Fossett who sailed around the globe in a balloon two years ago took off from a Kansas airfield on Monday trying to circle the earth in a non-stop, non-refueled, one engine plane, solo flight. He hopes to touch back down in Kansas in three days, or less. It would not be the first non-stop, nonrefueled flight but would be the first solo of that sort. Jeanna Yeager and Dick Rutan did so in 1986 but that took nine days. The fuel takes up 83 percent of the aircrafts weight. University of Illinois is 28-0 and they are two wins away from a perfect regular season. The judge who was on the tribunal that was going to try Saddam Hussein in court was assassinated outside his home. Judge Barwez Mohammad Mahmoud, and his son, a lawyer, were both killed. March 2, 2005 Clark, pastor of Christ Lutheran church in Kansas said Dennis Radar, the alleged BTK killer, will continue to be a member of their congregation and will remain on as president of the church council. Wow. Martha Stewart is scheduled to be released from prison this week. 14 year old boy was charged with shooting the bus driver in Tennessee. She had reported the boy a day earlier for using smokeless tobacco on the bus. The bus crashed into a utility pole Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy suggested that for the court to tell the state that it can not allow the Ten Commandments on state land would reflect on obsessive concern with references to religion. They have not yet made a formal decision yet. In The Van Orden Case,however, the homeless lawyer from Texas who wanted the 10 Commandments display removed from the Texas Supreme Court lost his bid. The name of of one of Michael Jackson’s attorneys is David LeGrand. Kobe Bryant settled the civil case with accuser who is now pregnant and married. The name of the Michael Jackson accuser is Gavin Arvizo.The trial is in Santa Maria. Sports: Illinois plays Purdue tomorrow and play Ohio State on March 6 for their final two games . Mario Lemieux is owner/player for Pittsburgh Penguins March 3, 2005 Thermal vents near middle of Atlantic Ocean—discovered new creatures by these vents. Near an area called the “Lost City”—black smokers are chimney-like structures that form when very hot water from the earths interior, up to 700 degrees fahrenheit breaks through into the ocean water coming into contact with the frigid ocean water…minerals crystallize during the process…and give the chimneys their black color. They’ve discovered Tube Worms that can grow as long as eight feet. Also tiny shrimp and crab, often translucent, and less than an inch in size. Pilot Steve Fossett made a new world record by flying around the world without refueling or landing, and doing it solo. He landed in Kansas. It took him 67 hours to make the 23,000 mile flight. He survived on 12 milk shakes and water. His main problems were headaches and lack of sleep. He used bottles for a bathroom. He also set a ballooning record in 2002, has swum the English Channel, taken part in an Iditarod Sled Dog race, and driven in the 24 hours of LeMans auto race.

Umbilical cord blood apparently has high healing powers—but is expensive to keep in a blood bank. Research suggests that those who perform last in a contest will get better scores. Bruine de Bruin from Netherlands conducted the research. They are going to sink the USS America—an Air Craft Carrier—for the sake of research—to study its vulnerabilities and strengths—since it was ready to be retired anyways…it will cost them 20 million to sink it. Mel Gibson appeared in court to testify about the experience he and his family had with a stalker. Zack Sinclair, native of Idaho is charged with one count of felony stalking—for writing unwanted letters and showing up at Gibsons church and home (today, 3/4/05, he was convicted). Archuleta. Gibson lives in Malibu with wife and children (or at least one child). Tyler Perry made film called “Mad Black Woman” and despite having been homeless for a while has recently made a number of successful movies which have made him wealthy. Coyotes are increasing in the Washington D.C. area..Illinois defeats Purdue in mens college basketball 84-50 and is one win away from a perfect regular season. In the five month absence of Martha Stewart from her company the value of the stock has increased times four. She was in Alderson Federal Prison. Shaaban Hifiz Ahmad Ali-shaaban age 52 from Indiana was charged with agreeing to act as a foreign agent for Iraq and immigration violations… and was arrested on Thursday. He agreed to sell the names of U.S. Intelligence Agents to Saddam Hussein’s government for 3 million dollars, said Susan Brooks attorney for southern Indiana. Uri Kravachenko , former Ukranian interior minister, linked to the murder of investigative journalist Georgiy Gangadze committed suicide. March 4, 2005. Military death toll in Iraq is now up to 1500. Raining again. Four Canadian mounties were shot and killed while investigating a marijuana farm. The Jury has begun deliberating in the Robert Blake Case. They say that the power being produced in Iraq meets less than half of the demand, The Mall Rapist “James perry” over five years committed dozens of sexual attacks on children and women, many around Madison Wisconsin, (but also Illinois, Ohio, and Texas), and Harry’s wife may have been his first victim. He made videos of his attacks and put them on internet porn. When confronted with abuse the typical child will shut down and gets like a small animal, like a rabbit or something, and just freezes, (said ___________), Perry’s success depended upon that blank frozen reaction from his child victim. James Perry, now 35, was sentenced on November 2004 to 470 years in prison for creating child pornography, child rape, and kidnapping, the longest sexual crime sentence in Wisconsin history. Glen Matlock, former bassist for the Sex Pistols, who was subsequently replaced by Sid Vicious, --is now calling for the media to stop using so much profanity—ironic given the Sex Pistols penchant for using profanity themselves to shock people, years ago “When the earth shook and the waters began receding from the creek near their settlement, the Onje’s if India’s little Andaman Island knew nature was telling them something and the primitive hunter-gatherers did not wait to pick up their possessions or passports but instinctively made for higher ground. All of the 100 or so Onje left in the world seemed to have survived the tsunami’s deadly power, now they are wondering what to do –given their village has been destroyed.. they are considering moving inland which may in fact be the best thing for them after all—a blessing in disguise. March 5, 2005 New fighter technology or defense technology allows Israel soldiers to wear wrist watch video monitors with footage from unmanned drone planes video-taping the ground below during battle.

A LOT OF people adopt in the United States but not African American boys—they are, for some reason, overlooked—Americans go abroad to find babies to adopt when there are a lot of African American babies right here up for adoption—so many that other countries are coming to American to adopt them. Some people who say that Love is color blind and race is not an issue are naive says Hughes (full name and title not provided), Phil Bertleson an African American filmmaker in New York who grew up in a white family in New Jersey says his upbringing almost created a cocoon of protection from the reality of race in the world around him. He began examining the issue in his new film “Outside Looking In” about transracial adoption, and the impact it had on his sense of cultural identity. He said it was a challenge facing the discord outside the home when all you had experienced was something else. They say while progressive minded adoptive parents may be well intended in the matter of race it doesn’t matter Bertleson says –it can be dangerous and damaging because when you ignore my race and ethnicity you are essentially taking away a part of who I am. Former Korn guitarist Brian “The Head” Welch was baptized in the Jordan River weeks after quitting the band and quitting drugs. He and about 20 others from his church in bakersfield were baptized by Pastor Ron Vietti. Dolphins beached themselves in Marathon Florida—some are wondering if it is related to the submarine tests done by the military off Key West around the same time.. The mother of the accuser of Michael Jackson is Hispanic. They apparently interacted with a lot of celebrities including Kobe Bryant and a fellow by the name of Tucker, and Jay Leno apparently was approached by them at one point---but he called the police telling them he thought they might be looking for a mark. Malcolm Gladwell wrote a book entitled “The Tipping Point” and cites a bottle of Ketchup for analogy—saying if you tap it a few times it will come out little by little but then suddenly it will pour out---[same analogy as ‘critical mass’ I think]Chief of Police Bratton of LAPD (former NY)said that for three years they intentionally enforced even the most minor crimes and in that same period the violent crime rate dropped by double digits. In New York’s most murderous precinct aka “The Killing Fields” Bratton thinks the failure of the army to stop the looting in Iraq after the initial bombing was a tipping point for the terrorists and insurgents to rebel. Tom Friedman from NY Times gives an example of rock music having a tipping point in th 60’s with the rise of portable radios and batteries … Bratton hopes the election in Iraq will be a tipping point in the right direction—Story by Chris Bury and Ted Koppel on Nightline March 6, 2005 Mark Saina of Kenya wins the 20th annual L.A. Marathon. Illinois loses 65-64 in final game of season vs. OSU—last Big Ten team to go undefeated was the Indiana Hoosiers of 1976. Surfers created new world record by surfing a 40 foot 10 foot wide surfboard in Australia—20 to carry it to the water, 44-47 rode it beating the 2003 record of 14 people. New implant for women who have had mastectomies—they use pig fat cells—that will grow to the size of tennis balls in 12 weeks. Reggie Jackson was hit by an SUV traveling at a high speed—both vehicles flipped—Jackson was treated and released, the other driver was in critical condition. Ethiopian archeologists have discovered 12 fossils that appear to be older than the famous fossil Lucy. The specimens, estimated to be 3.8 to 4 million years old will be important in terms of understanding the early phases of human evolution, before Lucy, said Yohannes Haile Selassie , an Ethiopian archaeologist. The discovery of Lucy, the hominid skeleton estimated to be about . 3.2 million years old in 1974 was a landmark in the search for the origins of humanity…the new discovery was found approximately 37 miles north of the site where Lucy was discovered in the eastern region of Afar.

In my manual about “Missiology for Islamic Women” they say too often missiologists have treated male and female Muslims as the same—gender blind. A Homosexual man, James Maestas age 21, was beaten unconscious in Santa Fe Mexico in a “hate crime”—Santa Fe is second only to San Francisco in the percentage of same sex households. The community holds a gay pride parade each summer, and is know for its progressive politics. Gabriel Maturan, age 20, Isaiah Medina 19, and David Trinidad were charged with assault & battery. March 7, 2005 Michael Jackson Case. They’re cross-examining the accusers sister, Bryan Bland says, for AP news. Cross-examiner wants to know why if they are such a close-knit family (which she claims) they have never discussed the 1993 JC Penney Case in which her mother was awarded $150,000 after contending the guards abused her? Former Sports Illustrated Cover Girl Model was in Thailand when the tsunami hit—her boyfriend and photographer was swept away by the tsunami. She was at the Khao Lak resort when the tsunami hit. She’s age 25, her boyfriend, Simon Atlee, was 33. The other brother of Jacksons accuser, age 14, said he saw Jackson touching his brother when they were sleeping on his bed together. He said he twice saw Jackson masturbating with one hand while Jackson’s others hand was in his brother’s underwear (today 3/9/05 they said he claimed Jacksons hand was on top of the brothers crotch). He did not state the dates but that it occurred two days apart. The defense says the allegations are a fiction created by the children’s mother in an attempt to extort money. He also described a time when Jackson grabbed a female mannequin in his bedroom and pretended like he was having intercourse with it on a bed fully clothed while laughing. Jacksons mother and father were present but showed no reaction. A prison in the Dominican Republic with a maximum capacity of 25 had 178 people in it when a fire started. Prisoners have access to knives and drugs, 34 died, 2 Americans from Puerto Rico apparently died in the fire. Garcia drank more than 50 shots of tequila in a drinking contest and died of alcohol poisoning a few hours later in Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic. The Governor of Georgia, Perdue, is apparently a licensed veterinarian—and is planning to participate in neutering a dog for some sort of awareness campaign. Bobby Fischer is still in Japan—apparently in solitary for a few days because of some fracas he had with prison guards about a boiled egg. Iceland has offered to give him citizenship if Japan will allow it (Fischer wants to renounce his American citizenship but is currently wanted by the U.S. for violating a ban on entering __________ a few decades ago—to play Chess. His fiance, Miyoko Watai, a four time Japan women’s chess champion, is supporting him from the outside. Michael Jackson—the other brother is now testifying—says that Jackson showed him a pornography magazine entitled “Barely Legal” but when the defense attorney asked him if this was it (having an actual copy of “Barely Legal” ) and the boy said yes—he indicated the date on it was after they had been there (to which the boy responded that he did not necessarily mean that exact magazine but one like it , which is possible if Jackson subscribes to it—he would throw out the old ones), the boy also admitted that he lied under oath when he swore his mother and father never fought and that his father never hit him. The lawyer asked him if somebody told him to lie in the JC Penney case and the boy responded that he didn’t remember. The attorney then asked him about this alarm system Jackson has which goes off anytime somebody enters the hallway outside his bedroom, and the boy said that is true but that it only goes off if a second door is opened. The attorney asked him if in both cases that he saw Jackson touching his brother the alarm went off? Yes the boy said, but the previous day he did not mention any alarm and that his brother slept through both incidents, snoring at one point.

The Dept. of Engineers gives the United States a D for infrastructure. High School Football coach in Oregon was accused of licking the scab or cut on the knee of one of his players. Missouri apparently has a reputation for being pornography friendly and the governor wants to change it. New female champion surfer in peru, 21 year old Sophia Mulanovich, puts Peru back on the map as a surfing country. March 9, 2005 Mt. St. Helens had a small eruption. The unpopular leader of Hong Kong steps down—Hong Kong wants “universal suffrage” and uninhibited democracy but Beijing—is holding them back they appointed a leader by the name of Tung Chee-Hwa who is disliked by the Hong Kong people—and announced he is stepping down due to health concerns. Star of heavy metal band Motorhead Ian Kilmeister aka “Lenny” speaks out on WWII---saying he doesn’t think it was just the Germans who were bad and Americans/British good—says he didn’t make as much money as Metallica and Ozzy Osbourne—because he had warts on his face—he’s fifty nine—and has many girlfriends some of whom he has shared with his son, but draws the line about sharing his son’s wife. The Barnes art collection , which has one of the largest collections of Picassos, Cezannes, and matisse is scheduled to move a few miles closer to Philadelphia to make them more accessible to the public. March 10, 2005 News professor who compared the victims of the World Trade Center to little Adolf eichmanns at the Univ. of Colorado ----negotiations are under way to buy out his contract—to get him to leave-, professor Churchhill?. Michael Jackson showed up an hour late due to bad back. Marijuana usages is increasing in Canada. The Word Anaheim comes from German –Heim means home and Ana comes from Santa Ana—the river—hence “home by the river.” The Mexicans called it Campo Aleman. It originally had four gates to keep the cattle away from the grape vines—the gates were the Los Angeles, the San Diego, Yorba, and San Pedro, The German families did not come to Anaheim until the 1859 when the grape vines began to produce. The Mission grape helped them establish their wineries…brought to California by the Franciscan fathers, but other grapes included the Barcelona, Malviosic, Zinfandel, and ____________ grapes; 400, 000 vines were planted the first year. In 1861 75,000 gallons of wine were produced; by 1884 with 50 wineries in operation Anaheim produced 1, 250,000gallons. Anaheim wine was said to be better than some European wines. Between 1884 and 1888 the vines were destroyed by disease—thus killing the wine industry. Other crops took their place including walnuts, sugar beets, lemons, apricots, and the Anaheim Chili pepper, but most successful was the Valencian Orange—so much so that they named the new county after it. March 11, 2005 Shooting at a Fulton County Courthouse—in Georgia—an accused rapist/defendant was being escorted into the court by the bailiff when he grabbed the bailiffs gun, shot the bailiff, the court clerk, and the judge, killing all three. Then he may have stolen a green Honda Accord—and is on the loose. Two former Police Officer/Detectives, Luis Espolito and Stephen Caracapa, from New York , living in Nevada, were arrested for conspiring with the mob/mafia. Spain is commemorating the March 11, 2004 bombings of the trains. The accuser in the Michael Jackson case says that Jackson told him if he

doesn’t masturbate he may be inclined to rape somebody, and he said he once looked over the balcony and saw a boy having sex with a dog. 33 year old Bryan Nichols, former computer technician, on trial for rape, stole a gun on the way into court, shot the bailiff, shot the clerk, shot the judge, shot a officer, killed all three but the bailiff (who is in critical condition) (and the next day 3/12/05 shot a marshall and stole his truck), on the loose (now caught 3/12/05). Judge Rowland Barnes and Court Reporter Julie Brandaus were killed inside and Deputy Sgt. Hoyt Teasley was killed outside the court. The bailiff/deputy, Cynthia Hall, was in critical condition after being shot in the face—but will probably survive. He was not handcuffed because the law requires they do not wear handcuffs so as not to unfairly influence the jury. 27 kids died perhaps of food poisoning on the Island of Bohol in the Philippines. The state of Washington is experiencing a drought this year—driest since 1977. Seattle, know for being one of the rainiest cities in the U.S., actually receives less rain, on average, than does New York City. Seattle averages 37 inches whereas NYC averages 47 inches. Harvard Sophomore Michael Kopko has started a dorm cleaning business but others are against it because they say it differentiates between the “haves” and “ have nots” --. Canadian Marlene Jennings (actually half american_) parliamentary secretary for U.S. Canadian Relations who reports to Prime Minister Paul Martin said “Lets embarrass the hell out of the Americans” in regard to their reneging on a treaty—while they (the U.S) is attempting to negotiate treaties with other countries. Tax Defaulters in Southern India have to put up with drummers assigned to drum outside their door until they agree to pay their bill. North Carolina State upset #3 Wake Forest in the ACC quarterfinals, 81-65,---. Doug Flutie, age 42, is being released by the San Diego Charges. He played for Chicago, New England, Buffalo, and now San Diego—he started out with the now defunct USFL, and also played in the Canadian League. The mother of Univ. Illinois basketball coach, Bruce Webber, died of heart problems, and his brother is coach at Glenbrook North High School in the northern part of Chicago. March 13, 2005 In Japan mass suicides are becoming a problem---people are going on line to make suicide pacts--most often done by lighting charcoal inside a car and dying of carbon monoxide poisoning, most recently 7 people in Siatama died together, six in Kanagawa, and four in Hokkaido died this way. Geraldine Mccaughrean has been chosen to write the official sequel to J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, said the hospital who holds the copyright to the book. Barrie willed the book to this British hospital in 1937. The New work will be entitled Captain Pan. Disney Company is expected to announce that Robert Iger is going to replace Michael Eisner as chief executive in September. A team of American Dr.s flew secretly to Ukraine in mid-December to assist in the care of Victor Yuschenko and made the assessment that he had been poisoned. 5.9 earthquake hit southern Iran on Sunday, but damage was minimal to the sparsely populated area. A two year old was shot by his four year old brother who pulled a loaded pistol out of his mothers purse. The baby is in critical condition at the Ben Taub Hospital in Houston Texas. The pope is leaving the hospital Randy Gregory the pastor, age 51 and his son, James Gregory age 16 of Gurnee Illinois both died in the shooting at the hotel worship service in Wisconsin. March 14, 2005

Filipino Guards shoot dead 17 prisoners. In beijing 240,000 manhole covers have been stolen, in 2003. they are going to replace the manholes with non-metallic, non-recyclable materials. March 15, 2005 Bill Clintons home in New York isin Chappaqua 40 miles north of Manhattan. “These people are not above the law you know, they may fly on private planes, make millions of dollars, and be on baseball cards—but a subpoena is exactly what it says it is and they have to appear”, Representative Tom Davis said. Davis, a republican from Virigina, said that Congress would issue contempt of Congress if they did not show up. The subpoenas were issued after most of the witnesses refused invitations to appear, the panel says. Some Muslims being held prisoners by the Fliipine govt took the guards guns and shot through the guards—as they were being served breakfast in a Manila Jail. One of Harvard’s Colleges passes a no confidence vote about the Harvard President, Lawrence Summers. St. Nicholas was a 4th Century Christian Bishop who lived and worked in what is now the southern Turkish town of Demare. He was especially revered by Russia’s Orthodox Church. They’ve changed the statute from an old bronze one with a Bible in one hand to the modern day Santa Claus image— with a red & white suit. Schiavo speaks out about his wife in a vegetative state—she had a heart attack in 1990—and she’s been non-communicative for fifteen years now. Grizzly bears and Polar bears are clashing on Melville Island. They’ve created a hydrogen powered bike in England which can reach 50 miles per hour in 12 seconds. March 16, 2005 Robert Blake was found not guilty of murder. They say that Jay Leno will testify in the Jackson case that the accuser called him but that the boy sounded as if he were rehearsing something… and that his mom handed the phone to him, whereas the accuser has said that he only got through to an answering machine. Scott Peterson moved to San Quentins death row March 17, 2005 Police Chief Sam Roundy who operates a police station in Colorado City Arizona which crosses over into Utah has been recommended to have his license revoked due to a polygamous life style. Julius Caesar was stabbed to death by senators in Rome in 44 BC on March 15, the Ides of March. UCLA is planning a 20 million dollar stem cell research center—creating 12 new faculty positions and a lab. A new species of shrimp has been found in Idaho—one of only four species, among hundreds, that are longer than an inch and eat their relatives. John Aschroft is going to teach a class “Leadership in Times of Crisis” at Regents University—which was started by televangelist Pat Robertson who is still the president. It has 3000 undergraduate & graduate students (combined?), Ashcroft’s father & grandfather were Assembly of God ministers--, as is the university. In 2002 the justice dept. spent 8000 dollars for blue drapes that were placed over a bare breasted statute near the office. Before becoming attorney general Ashcroft served two full terms as Missouri’s governor, and a six year term as a U.S. Senator. Family of murdered Belfast man, Robert McCartney, will take their campaign for justice to a new level when they meet president Bush among growing outrage of the brutal murder , St. Patricks day celebrations in Washington carry particular resonance as Sinn Fein (the country?) battles to win back valuable support from Irish leaders. Leader Gerry Adams has been warned by senators that time was running out to make a break with the IRA, but has not done so, and therefore he was excluded from the White House invitation…for the first time in a decade all Northern Ireland

political leaders are banned from the annual shamrock ceremony at the white house, but the McCartney family has been welcomed. The name of the brother of the Michael Jackson accuser is Star Gavizo. Prostitutes in Groningen Netherlands complain that the police have been watching them have sex with their clients – prostitution being legal there in the sex zone Priest in Italy by the name of Cesare Lodeserto , former head of an Italian foundation that looks after the welfare of prostitutes, was arrested for mistreating prostitutes—being accused of keeping them against their will; but he claims he was doing it for their own welfare—some of them were drunk and if they had been allowed to wander in the streets they would have been take advantage of. Another person claimed the scandal was a setup and that he had been offered cash to file a complaint against the priest. Millionaire by the name of Phil Walker, age 53, who owns a warehouse , noticed a 6 year old gal with cerebral palsy and was so touched by her physical challenges he bought a pool for her for $15,000 pounds. Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates is said to be the most expensive hotel ever built—at an expense of 3 billion dollars. The Ten Commandments monument at the center of controversy in Alabama (and Judge Roy Moore) has been brought to Kalamazoo, MI. (NFI), Boy Named Zach Ingels hit a 3 pointer at the buzzer to help Eastern Kentucky into the NCAA basketball tournament—they tell about his life growing up in Michigan (Gowen or Greenvile) and the early death of his mother—sister left in a coma, but he had vowed shortly before she died that hee would make it into the NCAA tournament, and he did!. His other sister works as a high school basketball coach in Big Rapids. Only 23 of the men’s NCAA tourney’s 65 managed to graduate at least 50 % of their athletes . They are talking about changing the color of the NHL ice from white to blue, and the lines to orange. Tennis tournament at Indian Wells is underway? Bill (?) Schwartzbach was the attorney for Robert Blake, who was acquitted. Lakers play the Heat today. Little Kim the female rapper was convicted of perjury and conspiracy. Dutch Court opens hearings on Friday against man accused of helping former Iraq leader Saddam Hussein commit war crimes and genocide by providing him with materials for chemical weapons. Franz Van air iat, age 62, is accused of 1000’s of tons of raw materials for chemical weapons used in the 1980-88war against Iran and Iraqi Kurds, including a 1988 attack in which and estimated 5000 people were killed. Harold David Goldstein was convicted of impersonating an attorney, falsely representing himself as an attorney, and was sentenced to 12 ½ years in prison . Goldstein, age 59, said he sincerely did his best for clients and won 25 cases. He operated a busy Newport Beach law practice. Goldstein represented 100’s of clients, including many immigrants that were deported. Goldstein has convictions dating to the 70’s when he was found guilty of defrauding 13, 000 investors in a commodity scheme, and selling millions of dollars in phony contracts. In 1980 L.A. District Attorney charged him with stealing 4 million from small businesses …and seeking loans with a phony overseas bank that he and a partner established. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison but was released in ’86. Genetic mutations and diseases such as color blindness , autism, and hemophilia , are linked to the X Chromosome, and therefore more common in males because they do not have another X to compensate for the faults of the other, whereas females have two X chromosomes , one of which is largely turned off because a single X is all they need, whereas males have an X and a Y. The X chromosome is larger than the Y chromosome. There are disproportionate number of diseases associated with the X chromosome, said Dr. David Bentley of the Welcome Trust Sangar Institute.

Experts are now suggesting the coast along the Caribbean Sea is vulnerable to another tsunami /earthquake. At least 10 significant tsunamis have been documented in the northern Caribbean since 1492 …movement along plate boundary that runs 2000 miles off the north coast of the island of Hispaniola, which includes the countries of Haiti and Dominican Republic to the lesser Antilles. And British experts are saying that another earthquake/tsunami could occur in the same area as the one on Boxing Day 2004 within the next year—perhaps even of the same magnititude and reoccuring in some of the same places, including Bande Aceh. One of these destroyed Port Royal Jamaica in 1692, another killed at least 10 Jamaicans in 1780. In 1946 a magnitude 8.1 earthquake hit near the dominican republic causing a wave that killed 1800 people. Shaquille O’Neal had 25 points and 12 rebounds as the Miami Heat beat the Lakers in the second meeting between the two teams this season. In the first matchup the Heat won by 2, in this matchup they won by a score of 102-89. This was the Heats 11th straight win and their single season record of 14 straight at home, just behind San Antonia for the leagues best record Kiki Fournier , a former housekeeper for Michael Jackson, was called by the prosecution to testify. She said there was a parade of boys who stayed at Jacksons estate, among them were the accuser but others such as McCauley Caulkins , and that sometimes they ran wild and trashed the living quarters, toward the end of their stay. She said she saw Jackson at the dinner table with some children who appeared to be intoxicated ; other times she saw them in an outbuilding with local children, some of whom appeared intoxicated. She described Jackson as an indulgent host and suggested that the children took advantage of him . She said that with the absence of an authority figure , the children became wild and without their parents there it became like Pinocchios Pleasure Island. Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy is publishing a book featuring naked fat bottom girls, members of the cabaret group, the Fat Bottom Revue, are photographed in similar poses to models used by acclaimed erotic photographers . Nimoy age 73 previously caused controversy with a book of photographs featuring women wearing only ritual Jewish prayer items. The book was entitled Shekinah. Islamic militants killed as many as 12 barbers for shaving their beards or giving them western hair cuts. NCAA: UCLA lost to Texas Tech. Illinois beat Farleigh Dickinson and play Nevada on Saturday. Man named Mr. Frank who was working on David Letterman’s ranch as a painter and hatched a plot to kidnap Letterman’s newborn baby and their nanny—and hold them for 5 million dollar ransom. He confided in somebody who reported it to police. The Santa Anita Race track was used as a relocation site for Japanese-Americans during WWII. Now the feeding Tube in the Schiavo case has been removed—the presiding judge stepped in and ordered it removed. She could live two weeks without the tube. The accuser of Michael Jackson and his father went to the home of George Lopez, the comedian, as guests and the boy left his wallet—they called back to get it and said there was $300 in the wallet, but Lopez said there was only $3.00. The prosecutors said that was the dad’s con, not the son’s—the son didn’t want to go along with it. Former Governor of Connecticut, John G. Rowland, gets a year in prison The governor of connecticut was sentenced to a year in prison for accepting bribes. Amina wadub a professor of Islamic studies at Virginia Commonwealth University led a Muslim service that included a mixed congregation, using the pronouns it, she, and he for Allah, causing some Muslims locally and around the world to become very upset, --one of the buildings they had planned to originally hold their service received a bomb threat forcing them to move to a different location.

She said she was trying to address the problem of women being treated unequally in the Muslim religion but others say it is not a matter of being unequal, just different. The 1899 insurrection in the Philippines costs 1000’s of more U.S. lives than the Iraq War (so far). What was this insurrection in the Philippines? The U.S. was in WW1 for only one and a half years, although the number of American lives lost was greater than Iraq. Now they are saying it is possible that we may be in Iraq longer than we were in WWII. The numbers of soldiers killed in Iraq (about 1500 so far) is far less than either WWI or WWII, which was in the 100’s of 1000’s. A Belgian man is on trial for having sex with dogs, saying he did it out of compassion and love for the dogs, some of which cannot have sex because they are in kennels, and posted pictures of himself having sex with dogs on the internet. A 5 year old kindergarten gal in Florida was arrested by police and put in plastic wrist cuffs and metal ankle cuffs and put in the back of the police cruiser for having a temper tantrum. Syracuse was upset by Univ. of Vermont in NCAA college basketball tournament. Now they play MSU. More than 700 people were arrested in Ireland on St. Patricks day for drunkenness and vandalism Andre Agassi has pulled out of the Indian Wells tournament due to a sore toe. March 19, 2005 They found the body of the Jessica Lundsford gal. Tustin Museum One of the most remarkable photographs in that museum was a photo of an airplane flying above a car (VW BUG?) with a rope hanging down pulling up buckets of gasoline to re-fuel in flight, in order to make a endurance flight record Former Prosecutor, David Masters, died of drug overdose—apparently got involved in drugs after a life time of busting druggies. His body was found by the ozark River in Missouri. He had practiced law in Macon County (Georgia?), , father of seven, owed three weeks rent, had made passes at the woman in the place he lived, 52 years old. Two arrested for murder. Condoleeza rice is the daughter of a preacher, and she made a point of attending church on Palm Sunday in China. Manila is on high-alert for terrorist/Muslim bombings. LeBron James scored 56 points against the Raptors but they still lose; their 9th consecutive road game loss. Three big ten teams made it to the sweet sixteen: Wisconsin, Illinois, and Michigan State WWII Japanese submarine found of the coast of Hawaii. John Delorean dies at age 80. Japan had a 7.0 earthquake, killing one, injuring 500, on the island of Genkaijima a small island of the northern coast of Kyushu. March 20, 2005 A high school student went on a shooting rampage on an Indian reservation, killing his grandparents at his home in Minnesota and then killing seven people (five students, a teacher, and a security guard; and fifteen others were injured), at his school , as well as himself. This is the nations worst school shooting since the Columbine Massacre in 1999 that killed 13 people. His grandfather was a police officer with the Red Lake police Dept. Midwest & United Arilines are now offering extra frequent flyer miles when a passenger travels with his or her pet. Hogzilla was caught in Georgia—about 7 ½ feet long, weighed up to 800 pounds. The tusks of hogzilla were 16 to 18 inches. And this was after the pig had been buried for six months. The owner of the land where the pig was shot insisted that it was even larger than that before it was buried. Hogzilla was shot by guide, Chris Griffin. Lady librarian at Harvard trying to get a promotion is suing Harvard for discrimination, contending that they have not promoted her because of her race or the way she dressed and despite the fact that she has a masters degree.

Laura koenig is doing research at the University of Minnesota asserts that some of the religious differences between individuals is, in part, genetic.Identical twins showed strong overlap in spirituality—twice as likely as fraternal twins to share as much as or little faith . Indian woman (from India) killed herself so that her kids could see—both born blind , but Dr’s say a a cornea transplant may not be cure them. The Cavaliers fire head coach Paul Silas thinking they should be doing better , and still struggling for a playoff spot. In the Schiavo case—after al the dramatics by congress and rushing the bill to the President and sending it to the federal judge at 3 a.m—after all this—the judge (Whittemore) denied the request, and now it goes to federal appeals, the 11 th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. A man in Russia had his penis removed, sewn on to his arm so that it could grow, and then reattached to his groin—supposedly it will be fully functional. Jeff Weise was the one who killed the students in Minnesota. Louise Palanker is a comedian who said she got a phone call from the accusers mom as if they were being held against their will. Did she call the police? Federal Appeals refuses to re-consider the Schiavo Case March 23, 2005 Now they are saying Social security will probably go broke in the year 2041. Jeb Bush says a neurologist thinks the physicians made a mistake and thinks that Schiavo is actually in a state of minimal consciousness rather than vegetative. Wouldn’t that be something if they re-insert the tube and later she comes back to full consciousness? Man accused of pointing a laser beam at a small passenger jet has been charged.David Banach was charged …he claims he was looking at stars with his daughter. The pilot and co-pilot were hit three times as the plane approached the airport (where?). Bobby Fischer has been released from prison and is on his way to Iceland. He’s a feisty personality. Apparently at one point he stopped unzipped his pants and pretended to be urinating on the wall in defiance of Japan. He referred to President Bush and Koizumi (the Japanese President) as war criminals and that they should be hung. Fischer, age 62, had a long white beard and was wearing jeans and a baseball hat. He said the Japanese ruling party are “gangsters” and that America is Jewish-controlled. Iceland is where Fischer won the chess championship in 1972, defeating Spassky (Boris?) . In 1992 Fischer accepted a re-match with Spassky and won again—but did so in violation of U.S. sanctions imposed on Yugoslavia to punish Miloslevic (the president). If convicted he could face up to ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Researchers did a test with rhesus monkeys to see if and how they would steal grapes when in the presence of human beings. They discovered almost invariably that the rhesus monkeys were more likely to steal when the humans eyes were averted or covered by cardboard. State of minimal consciousness versus vegetative state. Physician by the name of Bernat from New Yorks Presbyterian Medical Ctr. Says the key parts of the brain are the cerebral cortex and the thalamus and the connections between them, damage to these parts can strip a person of his or her awareness, even though the undamaged brain stem keeps the autonomous functions such as breathing, sleep & wake cycles, and eye movement operating somewhat normally. Cerebral cortex and thalamus are the most important parts of the brain in terms of consciousness. This is what differentiates us from lower animals in terms of our ability to use language and communicate. Sufficiently preserved brain stem permits survival –i.e breathing, with medically assisted bowel and bladder continence. Variably preserved cranial lower functioning permit spinal reflexes, the person may blink or smile, but AAN considers those who have been in this condition for a year or longer to have “almost no probability of recovery” A neurologist at the University of Minnesota says that

Schiavo’s cerebral cortex suffered severe damage from the six minute period in 1990 when her heart stopped and her brain was without oxygen. He says Eeg’s and brain-wave tests reveal no activity, and that areas of her brain have shown shrinkage, a sign of irreversible damage. Jurors in the Michael Jackson case were shown more than 75 pornographic magazines, but the judge did not allow them to see website pornography that was on Jackson computer saying some of it or all of it could have been “cached” from pop-ups. They also included a framed photo of celebrity McCauley Caulkin who the housekeeper said Jackson was close to for a period of time. One of the attorneys for the defense, Brian Oxman, suddenly took ill. They had to take him by ambulance to the nearby medical center. Dr. Hunter Adams , aka Patch Adams , dressed up in a clown suit a t a hospital in Sri Lanka, where a lot of tsunami survivors are being treated. He thinks the tsunami has changed the world for the better, for a moment making people forget their greed and power and for a moment think of humanity. He is visiting refugee camps and hospitals in the Balkans, Africa, Afghanistan, and Cambodia. The Karapitya Hospital he visited in Sri Lanka handled over 1200 bodies in the aftermath of the tsunami. One clown raced down a dimly lit hospital ward on a unicycle while juggling oranges; another person dressed up like a macaw, sprayed the wards with soap bubbles while another group of three clowns staged a puppet show for kids with cancer . A study shows that elephants can learn to mimic sounds —one elephant learned to mimic a truck after living near a highway for a long time. An egg built with at least 50,000 bars of chocolate measured 8.32 metres high , making a new worlds record for the largest Easter Egg, produced by Belgian chocolate maker Guylan. It took them 525 hours to build the egg. Not meant to be eaten they say. March 24, 2005 The gal who turned in the courthouse shooter in Georgia received $79,000 in reward money. Researchers from Berkeley have observed Octupi trying to escape from predators by tiptoeing away and wrapping other tentacles around themselves to disguise themselves as algae. American Prison guards in Iraq have discovered a tunnel leading away from one of the pow prisons, apparently dug by prisoners. Bush agrees to sell F-16’s to Pakistan. Michigan State upsets Duke (they lost to Duke in November). Wisconsin wins. That leaves three big ten teams in the Elite 8. A boy in a mall hit the Easter Bunny in the nose giving him a bloody nose. Lawyer by the name of Stephen V. Copenhaver was approached by a friend—somebody he knew—asking him for legal help, but said she didn’t have any money. He offered her legal help if he would have sex with him and another gal. He’s on the School Board. Former Chief-of-Police, Daryl Briston tried to eat a receipt during a hearing, scuffled with a state trooper and elbowed him. He was fired last year from Ranking Police Dept. when convicted of stealing $5000 in cash seized by police, and falsifying receipts. Baggage handler in Milwaukee trying to put a wheel chair into a compartment in the plane was locked into the compartment before takeoff and couldn’t get out. They didn’t find him until they landed at their destination.He was okay. Russel Stover is producing a milk chocolate cross, with caramel made of goat’s milk. Four times more women than men were killed in the tsunami. Anthony Urquiza , a psychologist specializing in sexual abuse, testified in the Michael Jackson Case testified that pornography can be used as “grooming” material to coax a child into molestation. Professor by the name of Churchhill at the University of Colorado who compared the victims of the Sept 11 attacks to “little Eichmanns’ of the Holocaust is being increasingly scrutinized for other matters—including possibly plagiarism as well as misleading statements of his nationality—saying he

was an American Indian… an “enrolled member of the Keetowah Band of the Cherokees” but the chief of this band said he is an “honorary associate” member, not an “enrolled” member. Question about whether the death of Schiavo is painful or not—they say over-hydration can be a problem and note there is a “death rattle” shortly preceding actual death. Spacecraft “Deep Impact” is scheduled to reach a comet on July 4, at which point it will release an “impactor” and study the results of the impact which could leave a stadium sized impact. What hospital is Schiavo in? Woodside Hospice. Garcia Esparat, age 45, in the Philippines was gunned down by a gunman in front of her children. She had been assigned two police escorts but had let them go on leave early for the Easter Holiday. She had many enemies because of her exposes on corruption. Fourteen journalists were killed in the Philippines last year, more than any other country except Iraq. Derek Brun was a security guard who got shot and killed by the high school student who shot several others on the Indian Reservation in Minnesota—Bush commended his bravery because he rushed the kid, despite not having a gun, and giving time for the other students to take cover. 87 Year old man is being tried for “sex tourism” what’s that? French woman rowed solo across the Pacific. March 27, 2005 Man by the name of Vitalmiro Bastos De Moura suspected of killing Dorothy Stang, the nun in the rain forest in Brazil was taken into custody . March 28, 2005 Natural serum eyedrops—better than artificial, take blood from a person mix it with saline solution and use as eyedrops—researchers say is superior than artificial. Son of a tribal chiefsman was arrested in relation to the teenage shooter on the Minnesota Indian reservation, no further details. In Colorado, a Death Penalty Sentence was thrown out after the judge heard the jurors consulted the Bible in making their determination to apply the death penalty. Woman survives fall in SUV off bridge into Oregon River. After sinking 55 feet to the bottom of the river she broke through the window and swam to the top with nothing but minor cuts. Adolf Hitler’s anti-semitic book entitled Mein Kampf “My Struggle” has been on the top ten seller list in the past two months in the country of Turkey. Now experts are saying there is a potential for a third earthquake in the tsunami area. State of Wyoming has a budget surplus larger than any other state—mostly due to their abundance of natural gas. In 1999 it was $2.19 per 1000 cubic foot of natural gas. By 2004 , it was at $5.49 , a 150% increase. Wyoming has increased their spending on government operations from 1.6 billion to 2.5 billion in two years, a 56% jump. A National Guard Officer by the name of Capt. Scott Southworth in Iraq , a Christian man adopted a disabled Iraqi boy with cerebral palsy and brought him back to Wisconsin. He’s a bachelor and is now taking care of the boy back in the U.S. Doctors say the boy may walk after all ,despite cerebral palsy. There’s been at least 600 vehicular suicide attacks in Iraq from May 2004 to January 2005. March 29, 2005 The stewardess from the flights Jackson took with the accuser says she did serve wine to Jackson in soda cans but says she did not serve it to the kids, nor see him sharing it with them. The Weinsteins

—who founded Miramax which merged with Disney are now going independent again, leaving Miramax under the Disney wing, and starting anew—calling themselves the Weinstein Group or something like that. Former Boy Scout Task Force Person Douglas Smith, age 64, who worked to protect children from child pornography is now being indicted for at the federal court for receiving images over the internet of children engaging in sex. Jerry Falwell is in the hospital. Study on Marmoset Monkeys indicates that they will turn down opportunity for sex outside of marriage or their partnership if they have a child or children… in the study of these monkey—only the monkeys without children were aroused and accepted the opportunity to get sexually involved with a female monkey , whereas the male monkeys with children showed no or very little sexual arousal around a third female. They wonder if this crosses over to humans. Blink, a former Iowa juvenile court judge, says several factors such as age of the offender, the relationship to the victim, and the severity of the offense went into the judge’s decision …sex offender under the age of 20 at the time of the offense, the victim is fourteen or fifteen years old , the offender cannot be placed on the registry’s website. , but perhaps the most important consideration, Blink said, was whether the juvenile is likely to commit another sex crime. ABC NEWS affiliate WOI TV in Des Moines Iowa contributed to this report. Study of Monkeys & Celebrityism suggests Monkeys would rather forego juice despite being thirsty in order to view dominant monkeys, or high-status monkeys, or “celebrity monkeys”; while the same monkeys would rather drink juice than view pictures of low status monkeys. Psychologist Stan Katz said that children over five years old rarely fabricate claims of molestation. He said that accusers who appear to be truthful sometimes change their stories or embellish or exaggerate, whereas children who make false allegations are usually consistent, almost scripted. Thursday is Cesar Chavez Day in California, a state holiday. “ The withdrawal of the Gaza Strip by the Jewish—a forced withdrawal is scheduled for July 20, 2005, at which point a lot of Jews are planning to resist the withdrawal. It could become a violent scene, even suicidal. A Beard gets a lot of respect in Saudi Arabia and other Islamic countries. There have been persons in journalism making fun of people with beards and in one case a judge gave a stiff sentence to a journalist for his parody of persons with beards, and now the questions is whether or not the sentence will stick, because one of the royal leaders has said it does not. The earthquake that triggered the tsunami on December 26 was a long one—lasting 8 minutes at its peak power. Now researchers are saying that a tsunami from the same fault area is unlikely, due to the unique characteristics of the Dec. 26 quake, but there is a threat of a tsunami from a fault segment to the south still remains. Former wife of senator Edward Kennedy, Joan, was found unconscious in the street—suffered concussion and broken shoulder, former alcoholic. Rick Pitino, coach of Louisville, is the first college coach to take three different teams to the final four. MSU is close to a championship in womens basketball. March 31, 2005 Teri Schiavo passed away today. The husband would not allow the parents in to the room during her dying moments Former national security advisor Sandy Berger is being indicted for taking classified documents from the National Archives. Berger who served under the Clinton administration will enter a plea on

Friday in U.S. District Court in Washington. Jerry Falwell is recovering in the hospital after experiencing breathing difficulties. Five GI’s are under investigation after allegedly trying to smuggle 25 pounds of cocaine out of Columbia on a military plane. The pope apparently suffered heart failure and is now in grave condition says a Vatican spokesperson. A new report severely criticizes both the CIA and the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) for their failures to give reliable information on Iraq prior to the U.S. invasion. At a horse race in the horses were on their final turn toward the finish line when suddenly a flock of seagulls rose in the path and flew directly in to the running horses, causing several mishaps and some injuries to jockies, including one broken arm. Jane Fonda apologizes for her appearance on a Vietnam anti-aircraft station in 1972 when she visited Vietnam, now realizing it was a bad judment, although she defends visiting the American POW’s. Lance Armstrong’s former personal assistant now claims he once found a bottle of steroids in the bathroom of the hotel room in which Lance stayed in Spain for a period of time. April 1-April 7, 2005 Aid workers are still trying to reach some of the outlying areas of Indonesia’s devestated Nail Island…1000’s are still homeless and some possibly trapped following the 8.0 earthquake . Open Loop Terminals take in sea water to warm LNG (liquefied natural gas) from 260 below fahrenheit until it returns to gaseous state and then return the water to the gulf, the temperature changes 10 to 20 degrees fahrenheit which is shocking to sea life researchers say. Several off shore LNG terminals have been proposed for the U.S. Gulf Coast. National Marine Fishery Service says the threat to wildlife demands a closed system that reheats and recirculates water like a radiator. They say a closed loop system is worth the extra expense to protect fish. Red Drum is the species that will be most impacted referring to the popular species that is recovering from being over-fished. They pump 150 million gallons of water per day which amounts to billions of gallons of water sterilized per year. Former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan spoke at Western Michigan University and somebody threw salad dressing at him, dousing his head, and causing him to cut short his speech. He could have pressed felony charges but he didn’t—so the person was charged with a misdemeanor of disturbing the peace. Sixty-nine officers combed Michael Jacksons 2800 acre ranch all on one day per subpoena. Brain implant has given a man an ability to think what he wants to happen such as turn on a tv with remote —these are electronic implants connected to software. Daylight Savings: Spring ahead, fall back. Man in Gallup, New Mexico dragged a man by rope behind his car causing severe injuries to the man. The pope died at 237 pm eastern time, 1137 am pacific time probably while I was on the toll road 241 south They say one place a new pope will not come from is the United States although there is much greater latitude for selection from all over the rest of the world, including Latin America. Pope John Paul was the first non-Italian pope in 455 years ! Wow. They say that a new pope would not be elected from the United States because it would not appeal to the rest of the world, people would be suspicious of it being a CIA planned election or backed by Wall Street. The man convicted of killing Martin Luther King, James Early Ray died in 1998. MLK was killed in 1968. LAUSD owns the Ambassador Hotel where various famous guests stayed over the years including Albert Einstein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Rudolph Valentino, and is where R. F. Kennedy

was assassinated, and although the LAUSD plans to build a 4000 student campus for 318 million dollars, currently plans are on hold due to preservationists attempts to keep the building, as is, or to have it renovated rather than torn down. Will Pope John Paul II be made into a saint? Some say not for the big things he did such as support the downfall of communism, but for some of the seemingly smaller things such as forgiving the man who shot him. The pope’s birth name was Karol Woj tyla from Krakow Poland. He became pope on October 16, 1978 when I was about 11 years old. He was a conservative who maintained a stand against contraception, abortion, married clergy, and woman clergy, sometimes antagonizing the liberals. College basketball: Illinois beats Louisville, giving them a tie with UNLV and Duke for 37 wins ina seasons (Duke did it twice). Illinois defeated Louisville 72-57, blow out. Near fatal shooting by the Turkish gunman in 1981. Pope was the first pontiff to preach in a protestant church, and in a synagogue, and to set foot in a mosque. March 2000—he prayed at Jerusalem’s western wall and asked for forgiveness of Catholic sins against Jews over the centuries. He appointed over 95% of the cardinals who will elect his successor. Sports: High-Five wins the Florida Derby ridden by Jerry Bailey. Kentucky Derby is in five weeks— making High Five the favorite. MSU loses 87-71, so it will be Illinois v. North Carolina. This is a poignant championship game pitting the #1 team versus #2 North Carolina. For ministry to be effective we must think of each other as teammates rather than competitors—both intra church and inter church. The adjusted scoring margin (asm) is the sum of the offensive quotient and the defensive quotient. If Duke’s opponents allow an average of 70 points per game, and the Blue Devils average 75, the offensive quotient is 5. If Dukes opponents score 70 and Louisville allows 60 points on average the defensive quotient is positive ten. So their Asm would be 15. An ASM of positive 10 is typically that of a very good team. An ASM of 20 is elite or final four. San Bernardino Valley played the starring role in the worlds’ municipal power development. While many assume the development of electrical power usage was primarily in the east, inland empire capitalists and engineers created the worlds standards…the problem is that Edison & Brush relied on DC power, but DC power could not be transmitted over three miles from the generating source. This meant that generation would have to be local. Edisons’ light bulb , incandescent, could be run using AC or DC. Brush started the arc light in the late 1870’s but it was too bright and dangerous for indoor use. Theodore Roosevelt stopped in Redlands to visit once. The Two Smiley Bros. were twins born in Maine in 1828 graduating from Haverford College in Philadelphia… they purchased Canyon Crest Park…March 31 to May 21 is Redlands 8 week festival celebration of the citrus industry. The area could boast home styles from California Craftsman, High Victorian, Classical Revival, and Missionary Revival. A fertilizer venture Cotton Farmer says he gets 14 buds per branch with the new feritlization, whereas without it, farmers right next to him only get three per branch. Physio Nutritional Management (FNM). Redhat society for women over fifty who want to have fun. Recent earthquake in Indonesia was on the Sunda Trench which is what triggered the tsunami in December, this trench had previous tsunami creating quakes in 1833 and 1861. Both earthquakes were caused by the Australian tectonic plate grinding underneath the Indonesian Plate, which affects a zone running for about 2800 miles from Myanmar to Indonesia’s java Island. Seismologists are now looking at the country of Turkey for clue as to what might happen in Asia. Turkey situated where the Arabian & African plates clash…w as hit by eleven earthquakes in the last century, the latest was in Izmit at 7.4 that killed 30,000. 1000’s of oil and natural gas platforms could be turned in

to fishing farms that would include mahi-mahi, red snapper, yellowfin tuna, and flounder under a proposal backed by the Bush Administration. The solution to pollution is dilution. Alex Sanchez has been suspended for ten days for testing positive for steroids, He plays for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Pastors don’t need unemployment because they can’t do anything wrong apart from murder or something of a giant magnitude Billboard says, “50% of women get heart disease, that’s 100’s scary” Physicists from the Federal Radiological Physics Center detected an error on March 7 at the Lee Moffitt Cancer Center Research Institute…they noticed on March 7 that the radiation machine was giving out 50% more radiation than was required. . The research institute did not acknowledge it until Friday. Officials said 77 patients were affected, 12 have since died.The physicists calibrating the machine used an incorrect formula. They are supposed to have a second physicist confirm the settings, but they apparently did not do so. They were only fined $1000 on March 24. Insurgents Attacked Abu Gharaib Prison in Iraq wounding 44 American soldiers Son of one of Michael Jacksons’ housekeepers testified that Jackson touched the boys groin area in a tickling session maybe two or three times Today is the big college basketball game , Illinois v. North Carolina Illinois is losing 14-12 first half. Illinois is leading 18-17. North Carolina is leading Illinois 35-27 first half. Illinois is losing 40-27 at half time. Illinois is losing 52-48, second half. Illinois is losing 75-70 one minute left. And it’s Over, Illinois loses 75-70! At around 820 pm pst. Illinois shot 38 percent, 12 for 40 from long range. James Earl Ray died of liver disease while in prison in Nashville serving a 99 year prison sentence. His brother is now trying to sell a video tape of the autopsy of James Earl Ray, setting up a tent right outside the Civil Rights Museum and where King was shot, and on the anniversary of the shooting. Border Patrol is complaining about the volunteer “minuteman” near Nogales texas/Mexico border saying that some of them are triggering the alarms they have set up. Kirk Gibson is the Tigers bench coach. 105 year old man is challenging the 100 metre running record for centenarians. Guo Cairu of Nan Jing City, Jiangsu Province. Current centenarian record is held by South African Philip Babonowitz with a time of 30.86 seconds. Woman is breastfeeding a pair of tiger cubs in Myanmar which had to be separated from their violent mother at Yangon Zoo. She’s been breastfeeding the cubs for thirty minutes four times per day. They had to be separated from their mother after she killed a third cub. The Minuteman Border Patrol is near Nogales, Arizona, between Yuma and Douglas. Roger Williams holds a degree from Julliard School of Music, He has played at the Hollywood Bowl, the White House, and at Carnegie House. He’s gotten the title of “Pianist to the Presidents” having played for eight chief executives. He holds the record for the longest piano playing marathon. October 1 he celebrated his 80th birthday with Jimmy Carter at the Carther Library/Museum logging 13 ½ hours on the keyboard, with five minute breaks allowed once per hour. He’s performing at mcCallum Theatre in Palm Desert on April 1. His first degree was in Mechanical engineering, He served in the Navy in WWII and was sent to Officers Training School. He’s also a former boxer and has taught karate. He lives in encino, has two daughters, a son, and five grandchildren Convicted Murderer and Deputy warden’s wife, Parker, have been found living together in Texas, ten years after he kidnapped the deputy warden’s wife. The woman said she was held captive the whole time staying with the man due to fear. She was reunited with her husband and children, two daughters. They were living outside Campti near the Louisiana border. The man was convicted of a 1981 murder of a karate instructor . They likened Parker’s relationship to him as Stockholm Syndrome where kidnapping victims become sympathetic towards their captors over time. Some people note that California’s success is due to the phenomena that people who came to California were running “to” the area, not “from” something else, making it a more optimistic settlement.

More than 100 prisoners are loose on the island of Nais after the earthquake jolted the region, the prison being one of many buildings affected. Turkish officials rejected the prisoner who shot the pope’s request to be allowed to attend the pope’s funeral. Iraq had named a president—a veteran Kurdish leader, and a Sunni as a VP and a Shiite as the other VP, no names provided. British tabloids reported a conversation between Prince Charles and his wife-to-be Camile in which he purportedly said that he would like to be reincarnated as her tampon. A new blue light instrument may replace tooth brushes for cleaning the gums—it will kill the bad bacteria. Lakers have been eliminated from playoff contention. Scotty Skiles is now the head coach of the Chicago Bulls. Florida has passed a “stand your ground” bill which allows people to self-defend themselves with deadly force if they believe they are in danger of great harm or death, rather than fleeing. An experience called “suspension” where they raise one’s body up off the ground via fish hooks attached to the flesh, supposedly giving a transcendent experience. Man in the Bronx was stuck in an elevator for 80 hours. The Town of Cuatro Cienegas in Mexico has 170 cactus ringed lagoons around the town which have been a source of intrigue for evolutionary biologists because the fish and turtle species rival the Galapagos Islands. Baylor defeats MSU (Michigan State University) for the women’s college basketball championship. Becky Zerlentes took a shot to a head in the third round of a womens’ boxing match, staggered forward , collapsed, and died. She was the wife of a Colorado professor, a karate instructor, among other things. Miami Heat have clinched the top spot in their division for the playoffs on the same night that the Lakers were eliminated from contention. The line to see the pope is over one mile long and takes 12 hours to get to see the body of the former pope. Peter Jennings has been diagnosed with lung cancer and is due to begin chemotherapy but will continue to anchor ABC News as much as he can. Johnny Cochran funeral today. A New York Lawer accused of abusing foster children, killed himself as the jury was still deciding a verdict. Andrew Dunn, age 40 , was accused of sodomy on a ten year old and a fourteen year old boy. Michael Jacksons’ former security guard told jurors that he witnessed Michael Jackson performing oral sex on a ten year old boy who later received a financial settlement from the pop star. The defense attacked security guard Ralph Chacon as making the whole thing up, to get even with the singer, and said the other witness Adrian McManus is a thief and a liar. He accused Chacon of trying to extort 16 million from Jackson in a lawsuit, which he, Chacon, and McManus (a former Jackson maid), lost. They ended up paying Jackson 1.4 million after the 6 month trial. McManus also testified that she saw Jackson kiss McCauley’s cheek while his (Jackson’s) hand was on McCauley’s bottom. McManus an d her husband were also found in a lawsuit to have defrauded three children of more than $30,500 from their estate, and in the Jackson case she (McManus) was fined $30,000 for stealing a sketch of Elvis Presley drawn by Michael Jackson. She said she found it in the trash and didn’t think it was worth anything. Berlin Art Museum is holding a live nude exhibit, with live females nudes in various poses. Two men trying to cross the Bering Strait to set a new record were stranded on an ice flow and had to be rescued. Italian Restaurant Buca di Beppo in the United States has already begun removing the busts of Pogpe John Paul II from their restaurants. State Supreme Court in Washington announced a two year suspension for attorney caught having jail house sex with her client, a triple –murder defendant. Theresa Olson’s suspension begins Friday. IN 2002 guards outside a ______ County Jail saw Olsen with her dress pulled up and her client Sebestian_____ Byrnes(?) standing behind her with his pants down. At the time Olson was age 43 and married. Byrnes was 26. He was convicted last year of beating a friends sister and parents to death in 1994.

April 8, 2005 They quote Bush as saying he disagrees with Clintons assessment of the Pope as having left a “mixed legacy.” Woman who washed her head in a stream got a leech up her nostril. Man at an airport in Australia (?) had a camel uniform in his luggage suddenly saw a baggage handler for Quantas wearing it. 34 year old high school math teacher was arrested after two female students said he served them vodka drinks and smoked marijuana with them at his house. Michael Zieman showed the gals how he grew marijuana in his garage, a Sarasota County sheriff’s report said. They found a skeleton of a mammoth elephant in Moorpark, 50 miles west of Los Angeles—75% complete with tusks up to eight/nine feet long. The tusks are believed to be between 400,000 and 1.4 million years old. Scientists create remote control fruit flies using some sort of laser light to trigger the neurons. April 9, 2005 Montana becomes the second to last state to ban open alcohol containers while driving. Mississippi still allows it, in parts. Arthur Finkelstein, a prominent Republican consultant, said he married his male partner in civil ceremony in Massachussets. One of the “Minutemen” volunteers patrolling the border in Arizona caught a immigrant sneaking across and made him pose with a t-shirt saying, “I snuck across the border and all I got was this lousy t-shirt”With six games left in the season, the Cavaliers are tied with Philadelphia for the number seven playoff spot in the east. Lebron James had a triple double, 10 assists, 10 rebounds, and 40 points. Jane Goodall who is best known for her work with primates now wants to see the exotic deers in Pt Reyes National Seashoore saved, 40 miles north of San Francisco. The park is proposing to kill about 1000 of the non-native deer using shotgun and contraceptives. Two pandas at San Diego Zoo were successfully mated a day ago. Researchers detected live sperm in Bai Yun’s urine. Female pandas are in heat for only a day or two per year. Less than two dozen pandas are kept in captivity outside China. About 1600 still live wild in China while 200 are in captivity in China. All offspring of pandas “borrowed” from China must be returned to the country when they reach maturity. Ariel Sharon, prime minister of Israel, is coming to visit Bush at his ranch. Tiger Woods is four strokes behind Di Marco at the Masters with 27 holes to go on Sunday. Update: Tiger Woods is leading at the Masters by three strokes over Di-Marco , at 4:30 pm. Eastern time. Tiger has a two stroke lead over DiMarco Tiger Woods wins Masters with a birdie in the playoff hole, the first playoff hole. Moose in Massachusssets getting hit by cars more often. Three college students killed in a Miami of Ohio house fire. Undersea earthquake near Sumatra—no damage, no tsunami. 1000’s of villagers rioted in Eastern China injuring dozens of police after 2 of about 200 elderly women were killed by police during a protest over factory pollution. Rioting in Huan Kan Tou Village in the wealthy coastal province of Zhejiang coincided with violent anti Japanese protest …in Chinas capitol Bejing. 50 police were injured and rushed to hospitals, with five listed in critical condition. Two women were run over by police cars. Smugglers have recently killed at least 50 bald eagles in Canada, and as many as 500 annually in southwestern British Columbia. Smugglers sell the Eagles body parts on the black market Man with two black suitcases may have explosive at the Capitol Bldg in Wash DC. The mother of one of Jackson’s accusers testified that Jackson begged her at one point to allow him to sleep with her son, and after she acquiesced, she received lavish gifts. The defense attorney asked

her about being counter-sued for extortion but she said she knew nothing about that, and that they never paid Jackson any money. The woman said her son is now 25 and she has not spoken to him in eleven years. Jackson stayed at the residence of this lady and her son “more than 30 times.”The mother testified that they stayed in “her son’s bedroom.” It cost 700000 dollars to build that giant thermometer in Baker CA or NV. At one point , shortly after it was built—it was knocked over by high winds… so they rebuilt it reinforced with concrete. It was built in 1991. Man from China with no ID, had two black suitcases, was asking to speak with President Bush… the police thought he might have a bomb, took the suitcases, blew up one,,,discovered it was only a CD player.. the man was arrested, and did not resist Oysters from Chesapeake Bay used to account for half of the oyster harvest, but today only 3 percent are taken from the Chesapeake. .. but new breeding experiments may increase the crop. Mt. Thalang in Indonesia near where the tsunami hit is nearing eruption or at least highly active or turbulent… Andre Lopez Obrador—the mayor of Mexico City and challenger to the President Vicent Fox in the upcoming election is in jail due to a land dispute—and now says he wants to stay there. Mexico has just become democratic in 2000 and this places in question the honesty of the intentions to be truly democratic. Ariel Sharon from Israel is meeting with Bush at his ranch discussing the upcoming planned withdrawal from the Westbank and Gaza Strip—21 settlements in Gaza and 4 in the West Bank. Pornography pioneer Goldstein—founder of Screw Magazine after going from millionaire to being on the street homeless.. and working at a bagel shop is now back in pornography as a marketing director for XonDemand.Com—an internet pornography site. Wisconsin is trying to pass a bill to allow the shooting of wild cats—already allowed in Minnesota & South Dakota—they say these cats kill millions of Song Birds every year. They kill up to over 100 million Songerbirds per year. A Beluga Whale was found in the Delaware River near Trenton New Jersey—having had to swim past Philadelphia to get there. Mike Tyson, 50-5-5 is going to fight Irishman Kevin McBride.. Tyson has lost his last two The Mother of Michael Jacksons accuser pled the 5th amendment in regards to welfare payments she received—the defense suggesting she committed welfare fraud April 14, 2005 Mother of the Jackson accuser testified that she observed Jackson licking her son’s head on the flight from Miami to Los Angeles. Man by the name Gerhard Haderer made a comic book about Jesus Christ being a drinking buddy of Jimmi Hendrix and a marijuana smoking naked surfer –the comic book was originally considered to be malicious public blasphemy and the book was banned, and he was given a six month suspended sentence, but the appeals court over-turned the decision saying it was not blasphemy New bill to put a state tax on prostitution is being proposed. Proposal to legalize killing of feral cats in Wisconsin is not going to succeed said the governor . Cloned cattle are found to be almost identical in terms of meat & milk as the natural cows, but they haven’t tried eating them yet. A Teacher, Linda Walker, age 48, was jailed for six months for firing a starters pistol at the ground to scare a few alleged teen vandals… she’s now on a hunger strike, good for her. She described the kids as a “gang of yobs.” She had received nuisance phone calls, her garden shed had been broken into, and a car and a garden had been vandalized. Her husband John Cavanaugh said her wife is refusing to eat and was extremely disappointed she would not receive bail. She’s been in jail in Manchester Crown Court since March 29 and is sentenced to six months. Rogers Dept. Store in Wyoming MI is going out of business. Lord Shaftesbury was found

murdered, his third wife is a suspect. He was the 10th early of Shaftesbury, his real name is Anthony Ashley--_________, found dead along the French Riviera near Cannes. Eric Rudolph pled guilty to the 1996 Olympic blast in Atlanta—he appeared in two courts today… Atlanta & Birmingham…he confessed to planting the nail bombs… which killed two people and wounded more than 150 others. Under a plea bargain to admitting guilty , prosecutors agreed to drop the death penalty, and will be sentenced to multiple terms of life in prison without parole. Rudolph said that the U.S. Government tolerance towards abortion was the driving force behind three of the four bombings. He was on the run for five years before he was caught in 2003. He said the 4th attack on July 27 was to “confound, anger, and Embarrassment the U.S. Government in the eyes of the world for its abominable sanctioning of abortion on demand”, saying Bush was a coward for failing to put an end to the practice. He expressed no remorse for the bombings that exploded outside an abortion clinic in Sandy Springs, Georgia, in 1997 and one in Birmingham . Howard Sanderson, an off-duty police officer, was killed in the explosion in Birmingham. Emily Lyons, a nurse was blinded and disfigured…others suffered hearing loss & various injuries, after the Sandy Springs blast. His distaste for gay rights was his rationale for the final bombing –the 1997 explosion at the Otherside Lounge—a lesbian establishment in Atlanta Georgia. Some think that persons in Western North Carolina helped him hide from the law for several years, a strong antigovernment area . Prosecutors were afraid that the jury in Alabama, which has a significant number of Christians opposed to abortion would not sentence Rudolph to death—so they decided to bargain with Rudolph. Two more car bombings in Baghdad.was sure she had it, but police patted her down and said they could not find it—so he dialed the number of the phone and sure enough—they heard a muffled ring of the cellphone coming from the lady. They took her to the police station, did a strip search and found it in her vagina. Paris Hotel Fire kills 15. Sgt. accused of murdering fellow soldiers in the beginning days of the Iraq War—by hand grenade—Akbar, a Muslim, is suspected of having done so due to his Muslim loyalties –stronger than his loyalty to his fellow soldiers and military oath Mark Hacking inUtah pled guilty to the murder of his wife--... they found a new dinosaur in Montgomery Alabama—gave the new dinosaur the name Appalachiusaurus Montgomeriensus… April 15, 2005 The Appalachian Lizard from Montgomery County 25 foot long creature roamed the earth two million years before T Rex and was smaller and more primitive with a narrower snout. A 75 year-old Virginia woman gets stuck in a bathtub for five days—until somebody breaks down the door and finds her there. Jane Formal couldn’t get out because of bad legs. Camel at Idaho Zoo gives birth to a baby camel—zoo keepers didn’t even know she was pregnant. 13 police officers in Milwaukee are facing discipline for beating up a black man at a police officer’s party. A whale-dolphin mix in captivity is giving birth to a playful female calf. The calf was born on December 23 to Kekaimalu a mix of a false killer whale and an Atlantic Bottle-nosed dolphin. It’s called a “Wolphin.” It is ¼ false killer whale and ¾ Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphin. BTK killer apparently does not intend to plead guilty says chief public-defender Steve Osburn. The accused killer is married with two children and was president of the church council at his local Lutheran Church. He worked for thirteen years as a code compliance officer for Park City, a Witchita suburb. Celtics beat the Miami Heat 101-99 despite 34 points by Shaquille O’Neal.

Prince Ranier of Monaco died—his unmarried son Albert is the new prince. South Africa’s Bloenfontaine Zoo is trying to persuade its star chimpanzee to kick a smoking habit. The chimp has been picking up visitors cigarette butts and smoking them Cardinals gathered in Rome for the conclave, conducting an ancient ritual ---the destruction of the pope’s fisherman ring and his lead seal, two symbols of his authority. During John Paul’s 26th year reign—countless pilgrims kissed the gold signet ring. On Monday 115 cardinals under the age of 80 with the right to choose a new pope will file in solemn procession into the Sistine Chapel. They will hold up to four ballots a day –two in the morning, two in the afternoon until the elect the 265th pontiff in the 2000 year history of the church. They will send smoke up twice a day—once at noon and once at seven pm. Black smoke signaling no decision, white smoke—a new pope has been elected. The new pope is chosen by a 2/3 majority, but if no one has been elected after 33 ballots the cardinals can decide to move to an absolute majority or a runoff between the two top contenders. Some people are betting on cardinal Joseph Ratzinger , age 78, of Germany—a close aid of John Paul II, as a front runner. Democrats are counting on Gov. Schwaarzenaager poll ratings going down—as the next election comes up.. Phil Angelides State treasurer is intending on running for governor. Schwaarzenaager has received a lot of criticism from the state teachers’ unions re. School funding,---his performance rating has slipped to 55% down ten points since December 2004. Schwaarzenaager also fought the state’s nursing union after he suspended the bill which would have made California the first state to require a specific nurse:patient ratio. He also retreated from plans to call for a special election that would have reformed state pensions along the lines President Bush is proposing for social security. Assemblywoman Judy Chu said that people in this state have suffered from Schwaarezenaagerphrenia a hypnotic disease in which no matter what Arnold says people believe him. Attorney General Bill Lockyer has also announced his candidacy for governor. Nonetheless, Arnold still has double digit lead over all others—and only one incumbent has lost an election in the last 100 years. Thailand is using pilots and planes and air warfare to make it rain—to combat the drought conditions…they spray sodium chloride into the clouds , that’s stage one. They have to create more clouds by forming a skeletal structure for water vapor to cling on to. A few hours later pilots use a smaller aircraft to make a bumpy run through the lower layers of the clouds and spray out dry ice to fatten the clouds with greater humidity. In the final run, chemicals are sprayed to lower the clouds temperature which is supposed to trigger rain. The drought has damaged 5.2 million acres of farmland and has caused 190 million in economic loss. They have a rainmaking center set up at Hua Hin where the kings palace is located, 140 miles south of Bangkok, April 17, 2005 They are trying to increase the moose population in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula—estimates are that there are been 100 and 400 moose. They have shipped moose in from Canada to try to jumpstart the population They say it is growing at 5 to 10 percent per year. Einstein was married twice…and seemed indifferent toward his children while obsessed with physics. In March 1905 Einstein said conventional physics described light as a wave and could not explain how light could knock electrons off>...Einstein showed that light is made of tiny packets of energy or quanta, that can behave like individual particles too. This duality is the basis of quantum theory, a pillar of modern physics. It was so paradoxical that even Einstein did not completely buy into it. In May he showed how particles like pollen appeared to be independently moving in water are being jostled by atoms and water that are moving chaotically.Einsteins calculations confirmed the atoms existence and by extension of the makeup of of chemical elements. In June Einsteins paper on special relativity separates him from the mainstream physics crowd. He considered gravity to be absolute mass. Mass attracts mass. Its what makes gas and dust form stars

and debris form planets but Einstein sought to explain anomalies in is… Scientists had concluded that light was just one of many kinds of electro magnetic waves moving through an unseen medium they call ether . The speed of light is always the same…Einstein call the teenage dream of racing a light beam. According to the Physics of his day he moved as fast as the light and the beam would be stationery in space. Einstein. Said the speed of light is constant at 186, 282 miles per second, but it will appear different according to how long you’ve been there and how fast you’re traveling. For example clocks on orbiting satellites run a bit slower because the satellites are orbiting at 1700 miles per hour. They have programs that help them align with clocks on earth. Suppose you are to witness a star exploding into a super nova—the explosion occurred 1000s of years ago but it has taken that long to reach you here. In November Einstein published an extension of special relativity regarding the conversion of mass into energy. The mass of a body is the measure of its energy content. In 1907 he abbreviated it to what would become the most famous equation in science—E equals MC Squared. C2---or MC2 is such a huge number that even small amounts of mass pack a ton of power. Each of these papers was a landmark in physics says said University of Maryland physicist James Gates. And yet all of his work in 1905 was a prelude to his greatest composition—the theory of general relativity. Special relativity was incomplete because it did not deal with gravity. To Newton gravity was a constant absolute force—drop an apple and it hits the ground. The planet traces a curved orbit because the sun’s gravity tugs at the planet. In Einstein’s relative world matter warps the time and space around it so the sun’s mass dents and distorts the space time fabric curving the planet’s tragectory a reason that even particles of light, a very tiny mass, should be effective in this way. In 1919 astronomers watching a solar eclipse observed the light from a distant star being deflected by the darkening sun’s mass, a few 100’s of a millimeter. General relativity laid the foundation for all kinds of discoveries such as the “big bang” Expansion of the universe and black holes. Did big bang really happen? Einstein described relativity this way—put your hand on a hot stove for a minute and it seems like an hour. Sit with a pretty gal for an hour and it seems like a minute. That’s relativity. Einstein had an affair with his German cousin Elsa Lowenthal. She nursed him back to health in 1917 . He married two years later … second major relationship—she died in 1936 when they were at Princeton. He died in April 1955. He had two children from the first relationship in Austria, but seemed to be an unhappy relationship, although he gave the first gal the $36,000 he reciegved for the Nobel Peace prize. Couple of amateur hockey players in Canada are going to court to have them allow the Stanley Cup to be rewarded to any competitive hockey league championship, given the NGL ws not played this yar. They claim that Lord Stanley wanted the cup awarded to somebody in hockey every year. Is there a professional womens hockey league? The name of the two boys in the Columbine high School shooting were Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris. …there were two suicides in the Columbine community after that shooting and two kids were killed in a nearby sandwich shop in 2000. Columbine became a tour bus attraction—with people coming by and snapping photos. Johnny kelley died at age 97 after winning the Boston Marathon twice and completing it 58 times. As they prepare for the 109th Boston Marathon people feel his absence. Centre County District Attorney Ray F. Gricar driving a white mini Cooper was spotted Saturday in a parking lot across from an antiques market—no sign of the prosecutor—he disappeared and nobody knows where he is. No signs of foul play. Not far from Bucknell University Kasparov the Russian chess champion was hit over the head with a chess board after signing it for a presumed fan —who then said, “I think you ‘re a great chess player but I hate your politics.” Kasparov is intending to run in the upcoming election for president. I didn’t like their comment, April 18, 2005

confirmed Sara Lunde’s body in the pond in Florida Cardinals gathered in Rome for the conclave, conducting an ancient ritual ---the destruction of the pope’s fisherman ring and his lead seal, two symbols of his authority. During John Paul’s 26th year reign—countless pilgrims kissed the gold signet ring. On Monday 115 cardinals under the age of 80 with the right to choose a new pope will file in solemn procession into the Sistine Chapel. They will hold up to four ballots a day –two in the morning, two in the afternoon until the elect the 265th pontiff in the 2000 year history of the church. They will send smoke up twice a day—once at noon and once at seven pm. Black smoke signaling no decision, white smoke—a new pope has been elected. The new pope is chosen by a 2/3 majority, but if no one has been elected after 33 ballots the cardinals can decide to move to an absolute majority or a runoff between the two top contenders. Some people are betting on cardinal Joseph Ratzinger , age 78, of Germany—a close aid of John Paul II, as a front runner. Democrats are counting on Gov. Schwaarzenaager poll ratings going down—as the next election comes up.. Phil Angelides State treasurer is intending on running for governor. Schwaarzenaager has received a lot of criticism from the state teachers’ unions re. School funding,---his performance rating has slipped to 55% down ten points since December 2004. Schwaarzenaager also fought the state’s nursing union after he suspended the bill which would have made California the first state to require a specific nurse:patient ratio. He also retreated from plans to call for a special election that would have reformed state pensions along the lines President Bush is proposing for social security. Assemblywoman Judy Chu said that people in this state have suffered from Schwaarezenaagerphrenia a hypnotic disease in which no matter what Arnold says people believe him. Attorney General Bill Lockyer has also announced his candidacy for governor. Nonetheless, Arnold still has double digit lead over all others—and only one incumbent has lost an election in the last 100 years. Thailand is using pilots and planes and air warfare to make it rain—to combat the drought conditions…they spray sodium chloride into the clouds , that’s stage one. They have to create more clouds by forming a skeletal structure for water vapor to cling on to. A few hours later pilots use a smaller aircraft to make a bumpy run through the lower layers of the clouds and spray out dry ice to fatten the clouds with greater humidity. In the final run, chemicals are sprayed to lower the clouds temperature which is supposed to trigger rain. The drought has damaged 5.2 million acres of farmland and has caused 190 million in economic loss. They have a rainmaking center set up at Hua Hin where the kings palace is located, 140 miles south of Bangkok, Bush said the retirement age may need to be raised as one answer to social security problems Phone technology will allow users to have something connected straight to their vocal chords—around their neck.. another one called “jawbone”… the purpose is to eliminate background noise but the voice will be computer generated.. Researchers note that TERC cannot pick up fricatives i.e. the “s” sound in English for example. Nor can it pick up “explosives”—the “p” sound in pit for example. IT’s called capacitance… as a person speaks the tiny movement of the vocal cords changes the collars capacitance.. two electro magnetic resonance collars …called the Advance Speech Encoding Project. William Jensen Cottrell former Cal Tech student was sentenced to 8 years in prison for burning SUV’s & Hummers at a car dealership in southern California. The kid begged for lenience saying “There’s no way I’d ever be involved in something like this.” He cried, “I’ll never even j-walk again.” He’s only 24 years old and was a doctoral candidate in the physics dept at the Cal Tech. Two other former Cal Tech students were also apparently involved and fled the country. They traced Correl by the e-mails he sent to the L.A. Times using an alias. The District Attorney by the name of Gricar who disappeared—his brother Roy disappeared under similar circumstances in May 1996 in Ohio—his body was found in a river—and it was ruled suicide. The D.A’s car has been found by a Susquehanna River in Ohio

April 20, 2005 New pope elected—from Germany—calling himself Benedict XVI. the reason why some popcorn seeds don’t pop is because their hulls are defective. A popcorn seed needs to retain about 15% moisture in it’s center—but if the hull is defective it cannot contain it. April 22, 2005 Fidel Castro doubles the monthly minimum wage to $10/mo. Scott Macinnes set an Alaska record this week by becoming the state’s first person to survive two bear attacks. The 51 year old biologist was mauled during his early morning jog when he met up with a brown bear and one or two cubs near his home in the Kenai Peninsula in the town of Soldotona. Bangladesh woman, Shefali Begum has put up one of her eyes for sale because she is so poor and has a 2 ½ year old daughter. The new pope was briefly a member of the Hitler Youth organization,but it was revealed that Hitler Youth was compulsory for boys of his age at the time, and not voluntary. San Antonio police officer went to the restroom and as he took his pants down his gun belt slipped and as he grabbed for the gun it fired twice at the ground, one of the shots rebounded off the floor and hit a person washing his hands in the leg—who was subsequently taken to the hospital. Woman apparently dissatisfied with her haircut robbed a hair salon at gun point, then shot at her stylists car, and used part of the money to get a haircut elsewhere. Julie Anderson, age 48, was booked for investigation of 1st degree robbery, 2nd degree malicious mischief. Jose Francisco Martinez age19 got stuck in a chimney at a home in the Lake Tahoe area— as he was attempting to go down the chimney to rob the house. He had to yell for help. The police had to dismantle the chimney brick by brick to get him out, doing about $20,000 in damage to get him out. Thirty years after Phnom Penh fell to the Khmer Rouge 64 year old Cambodian Bou Meing takes a trip down memory lane. He is returning to Tuol Soeng, the high school which became Cambodias Auschwitz where 1000’s of Pol Pot’s enemies were imprisoned and tortured before being clubbed to death in the Cheoung Ek Killing Fields outside the capitol. Bou Meing was one of the lucky ones who did not get killed. When the black clad Khmer Rouge over ran Thnompenh on April 17, 1975 the sieged city's’s residents welcomed them with open arms hoping it meant the end of Cambodia's civil war, a tragic side show to the U.S. anti-Communist conflict in neigh boring Vietnam. However, the real nightmare was about to begin---, within hours of occupying the sleepy capitol nestled on the banks of the Mekong and dripping in French colonial grandeur, Pol Pot started year zero of one of the most violent social experiments in human history. Towns & cities were emptied as the entire population was forced out into the fields. Some say the population of Phnom Penh went from 2 million to 25, 200 in just 3 days. Those with softhands, spoke a foreign language, or wore glasses were considered to be educated or bourgeois and therefore enemies of Pol Pot’s peasant revolution. Even children were not spared. The revolution was ended by Vietnamese troops in January 1979 after a total of 1.7 million Cambodians, about 1/3 of the population were killed. To this day no Khmer Rouge has ever faced justice for the atrocities. The Wendy’s customer who said she found the tip of a finger in her bowl of chili has been arrested … no further details yet April 24, 2005 A man by the name of Elwood “Woody” Norris has invented two new devices—one is the air scooter —a personal air transportation device barely ten feet tall small enough not to require a license, and also a “hypersonic” communication device which allows a person to communicate individually to another person in a crowd so that only the person at whom the devices is aimed can hear it—without the need for headphones or earplugs… The Soyuz space capsule landed safely on earth today.

False Alarm—plane in restricted air space President & V.P. rushed to secure areas April 29, 2005 The launch of the space shuttle has been delayed until July 12. They want to make sure the gas tank is okay—won’t shed parts on lift off .Missing Atlanta Jogger was a bride to be, no explanations yet.. but sounds like they may have discovered some hair April 30, 2005 The missing bride-to-be , Jennifer Wilbanks, showed up in Albuquerque New Mexico. She said he was kidnapped but that the kidnappers released her because of the intense media scrutiny, but then admitted she had run away, having gotten cold feet. Miami Heat are leading 3-0 in the playoffs. Pistons are leading 2-1. Angels lost. Oil is below $50 for the first time in a few months. Pacers lead Celtics 2-1. May 1, 2005 Car bomb in Iraq kills 25 Iraqis. Wounded 50. Three persons arrested in regard to the Margarat Husan murder in Iraq. 3 boys lost at sea for three days prayed that they would die rather than continue as they were…they traveled over 100 miles in a sunfish sailboat. Runaway bride may be charged afterall. Miami Heat win sweeping the series. Celtics Pacers tied at 2 games apiece. May 2, 2005 Lindy England has pled guilty.. lowers her maximum sentence to 11 years from 16 years.. they say her attorney will introduce evidence re. Her mental health which will probably reduce it to 2 ½ years max May 3, 2005 Now they are saying that the guilty plea by Lindy England is not going to be accepted… Attorneys for Michael Jackson are arguing for a motion to dismiss. Over Lake Chapin and St. Joseph River. Car on Fire. I should remark to Kevin & Julie that Andy’s neighbors don’t even know who Andy is May 6, 2005 Wizards beat Bulls 94-91, clinching the series. Tigers are playing the Angels. May 7, 2005 Bush is in Latvia. Giacomo wins the 131st Kentucky Derby, a 50-1 longshot, ridden by Jockey Mike Smith. Bush is at a cemetery on the Netherland/German Border… anniversary of the end of WWII and the victory over Nazi Germany…poignant because I had just mentioned the lingering reality of the War to Nivek a few days ago—the daily reminder from cemeteries and monuments, among other things. . A cemetary in the Netherlands has 8000 U.S. soldiers buried there. Two Teenage gals were detained for six weeks ina detention center in Pennsylvania—suspected of being recruits f or a suicide bombing plot. Prayer requires presence, prayer requires presence… Suicide bombing kills 22 in Baghdad. Heisman Trophy Winner Jason White went undrafted? He won the Heisman two years ago as a quarterback for Oklahoma. He tried out for the Chiefs but they didn’t want him. World Hockey Championship—Americans play Sweden next May 11, 2005

Nolan Ryan pitched seven shut out innings. .. he’s 2-1 for the seasons so far… Five suicide attacks already today –killing 60 in Iraq. McCauley Caulkin is scheduled to testify in the Michael Jackson trial… The Capitol Bldg was emptied out today due to plane scare. MCCauley Caulkin took the stand in the Michael Jackson trial. Saying Jackson never touched him. . Pistons beat Pacers in the last game 96-81 and now they are leading right now, second half…. May 14, 2005 Paris Hilton is going to do an ad for Carls Jr. Eric Cooper around Houston Texas duped at least 9 women into marrying him under pretense of being a Navy Pilot , having an MBA and having inherited from his mother .. L.A. police shot 120 rounds at an unarmed person—suspected of murder..some of the errant shots hit houses.. four shots hit the suspect, Winston Hayes, one shot hit another deputy in his bullet proof vest..the police appeared in plain clothes the next day in court with their attorney Gregory Emerson to apologize. Edmund Viesturs becomes one of only twelve persons in the world to reach the summit of all the worlds tallest peaks.. He reached the summit of Anapurna to attain his goal… of climbing all fourteen mountains that are higher than 8000 meters.. The pilot, Hayden Jim Schaefer Jr, who encroached the area over the White House.. froze up after approached .. the student pilot had to take over Troy martin who only had 30 hours of flight time had to take over, Mark Geragos testified on behalf of Michael jackson saying that he was concerned when hired that Michael jackson was being made a mark--. The young gal seen in explicit poses on photographs taken in the Disney area has been located. She was found and adopted by somebody else. The man who coerced her into those poses (her guardian at the time) is now serving a fifteen year prison sentence. T The finger tip allegedly found in a bowl of Chili has now been traced to a man in Nevada who gave it to the husband of the woman who said she found it….no evidence that the finger had been cooked.. Tiger Woods misses the cut for the first time in 142 tournaments, seven years.. at the Byron Nelson Classic5 years. Michael Ross was executed in New England earlier today—the first to be executed in New England in Ronnie Artest was suspended for an entire season for his participation in the Pacers/Pistons brawl. Miami Heat win, despite Shaq sitting out—Alonzo Mourning took his place… Kindergarten Teachers filmed having sex parties in the nursery school in Romania—showing semi-naked women wearing children’s carnival costumes while drinking, smoking, & playing sex games… Couple in Romania –one by the name of Filip and his girlfriend Andrea Popescu age 18 were so carried away in their sexual act—she was giving him oral sex at the time—they crashed their car but despite having crashed and despite concerned onlookers peering in to see if they were okay—they continued with their sexual activity to completion. Dating service for celibates is now offered. May 16, 2005 Condoleeza Rice made a visit to Iraq. Monster-in-Law with Jane Fonda is the top move at the box offices this weekend. It is her first movie in fifteen years. Newsweek is retracting a story re the mistreatment of the Koran by American troops or prison guards. They initially said that Americans had flushed Korans down the toilet. The alleged and now convicted killer of Samantha Runion has been sentenced by a jury to death. May 17, 2005 Using magnets for depression therapy. Pistons lead Pacers 3-2. May 18, 2005

Latinos make up 47 % of Los Angeles. Angloes make up 30%. Hahn loses the election to the Latino. In the Jackson case Jay leno is scheduled to testify on Monday. Jackson’s young cousin testified that he saw the accuser and his cousin sneaking a bottle of wine out of the kitchen. another cousin o M. Jackson testified saying that he saw the accuser and his brother masturbating while watching a show with naked women on it.. and also saw them stealing things Governor of Illinois says he has “testicular verility” meaning he is able to make tough choices. Camera found in underground tunnel aimed up toward the streets purportedly to look up skirts. .. created a bomb scare in New York. Workers find 193 year old whiskey bottle. New York court tosses out a “forcible touching” charge concerning a man who touched a gal on the bottom twice. Woman cut her husbands penis.. he was brought to the New London Family Medical Center. Waupaca County Circuit Court-.. Rijo Jackson--, young cousin of Michael, said he saw the accuser and his brother fondling themselves as they watched naked women on television. HE also testified that he saw them stealing things .. including money belonging to a chef as well as to Jesus Salazar, a ranch manager. Also social worker Irene Lavern Peters said she met with the accuser and his family during the time they said they were kept captive and they praised Jackson and denied any sexual abuse. Gal at a Roman Catholic high school in Alabama became pregnant before graduation. She was allowed to graduate but not to participate in ceremonies. So she walked in on her own and announced herself. Her boyfriend and father of the baby was also a senior and was allowed to walk. Man by the name of Brown said he received divine inspiration to start his company Zion Oil and is digging in Israel trying to help them become energy independent. Since 1947 470 wells have been drilled in Israel—none of them significant.. although they have discovered natural gas. Flood in Alaska washes out road to the airport.. in village of Emmonak.. the Yukon River is overflowing. .. the CIA killed Haitham Al-Yemeni along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border with a predator missile.. he was one of the top al quaeda officials. They had been tracking him for a while. .. but they feared he was going to go into hiding so they eliminated him. Anthropologistis have done a study and determined that the color red is correlated with winning teams more than any other color. Russel Hill and Robert Barton , of University of Durham in England did the study May 19, 2005 Photographer in China criticized for taking photos of people who hit a pothole submerged under water.. the photographer waited for the accident to happen. May 20, 2005 Priscilla Owens , an appeals court nominee, is being debated in congress..democrats plan a “filibuster” but now the Republicans are considering declaring filibusters for appeals & supreme court nominees to be illegal.. which the democrats are calling the “nuclear option.” Sports: Spurs clinch the western conference semi-finals. Pistons take on Miami Heat May 21, 2005 Kay leterneaou, the former elementary school teacher who was impregnated by one of her twelve year old students—after spending seven years in prison she married the boy (now age 22) at a winery, and two of her children from her first marriage attended, as well as the two that she has begotten from her new husband. New Study shows that animals may be more intelligent than we think , especially pigs and lambs, but also cows—one study indicated that they appeared to show excitement when they learned something

new Lady Bush faced protesters in Jerusalem and in the Muslim temple she visited.. some of her guards had to create a ring of held hands around her to keep the protesters at bay. Some of them were yelling “Free Pollard!” Jonathon Pollard is an American Jew who was convicted of spying for Israel and is doing a life sentence in prison. He was in the Navy. May 22-24, 2005 870,000 government officials in China were convicted for corruption in 2004. Police in Baghdad Brazil (not Iraq) under orders from the court to destroy a squatters village, ended up destroying the wrong village! A pond in Bolotnikovo, Russia disappeared overnight sucking everything down with it. Attorney Ron Miller of Van Nuys CA works as a pornography star at night with his gal friend Brooke Hunter (her porn name*e. sen him a Bible. They live in San Fernando Valley—the “heart of America’s thriving porn industry” where he goes by the name of “Don Hollywood” Two bodies found on Mt. Ranier—Tim Stark age 57, and Greg Stark age 27, --went hiking and a freak snowstorm hit—despite having tents and sleeping bags their bodies were found without any indication that they had tried to use them. .. She Xiangin in China was released from prison in China after eleven years because the wife he had been convicted of killing suddenly appeared in the village. Authorities had accused him of killing his bride—he says he was brutally beaten for ten days by police shortly after she disappeared—and he made a false confession which he later retracted. He was sentenced to death by immediate execution but the court later decided there was not enough evidence to support the death penalty. They say the “The police make the meal, the prosecutors carry the meal, and the courts eat the meal” Priscilla Owens won confirmation as conservative judge in New Orleans. Jennifer Wilbanks will be indicted for false report of kidnapping as a pretense for not going through with the wedding---she could get up to six years in jail. The Rivers are overflowing in southwest Colorado—where I just was a few days ago, including the Animas River. The defense rests in the Michael Jackson case, last witness, Chris Tucker, the comedian. He said the mother seemed “Possessed” . United States has closed it’s diplomatic missions in Indonesia—citing unspecified threats . The U.S. Has re-promised it’s pledge to Indonesia of approximately 400 million—which is almost half of the entire amount pledged—857 million to the countries affected by the tsunami. Former Stamford police officer has been sentenced to 20 days in jail—Arthur Bertana—age 63 … he had a toy banana in his pants and flashed passerbys in a lewd manner—his second arrest for lewd conduct. Former dentist, John Hall, convicted of using a syringe to inject his own semen into the mouths of female patients has been sentenced to probation on seven assault charges—but refused to plead guilty—although he admitted there is enough evidence for a conviction in front of superior court judge Robert Ervin. Three months house arrest and 120 hours of community service. DNA tests of syringes confiscated from the dentists office show that they contained the dentists semen. The cessna aircraft that inadvertently wandered into Washington D.C. airspace was apparently within seconds of being shot down according to the Washington Post. Father of the two missing Idaho children failed a part of a polygraph test but is not a suspect in the case. David Groene admitted in a TV interview that he lacked an alibi and failed a part of the lie detector test. . Miami Heat beats the Pistons tying the series at 1-1. Italian Parents wondered why their son was still gaining wait despite being on a diet and it turns out he was stealing the dog’s food. New medication for premature ejaculation called Dapoxetine.a Jerry Rice has been signed by the Denver Broncos—his 21st season in the NFL.

The worst earthquake ever could happen right under downtown Los Angeles—a newly discovered temblor on the Puente Hills fault.. could cause 18,000 fatalaties and 250 billion in damages May 26, 2005 Iraqi Government plans to deploy 40,000 police & troops around the city to form a human ring around the city. …with 100’s of checkpoints. Justin Nutbrown, age 13, and his younger brother Joshua Nutbrown, age 11, along with Alison Hanson, age 11, were found dead in a river in Vermont. It appears that they all slipped in and were defeated by the icy cold water. The Pentagon is making plans in case North Korea continues to do nuclear tests. Five journalists have been killed this year in the Philippines. Fort DeSoto Park’s North Beach in Florida near St. Petersburg received #1 of the top ten beaches in the United States. San Diego’s Coronado Beach received #7. Driver in Morganfield Kentucky was stopped for a traffic violation at which point the police realized he had a suspended license—leading to a 144 mile chase of the4 man in the 18 wheeler. Authorities laid plastic spike devices in several spots—deflating most of the tires—reducing the speed of the truck from 85 mph to 35 mph. He was riding on the rims by the time he reached Williamson County. Then he tried to run but was caught. Study shows that pregnant mothers exposed. to chemical called Phthalates will have a greater chance of harm to their male babies reproductive system. They said this would increase the odds by ten times that their sons will have a shorter than expected distance between the anus and the base of the penis—the so-called AGD measurement is a sensitive indicator of the impacts on their reproductive systems. Carl Edward Roland , a murder suspect, climbed an 18 story crane in Atlanta yesterday and is still on top of it. Concerns about mothers being held accountable for the beating or killing of their children by their husbands—if they, the wife/mothers, don’t intervene, they themselves could be convicted of murder or abuse. When Governor Arnold denied parole to a battered woman last week he underscored a message that courts impressed …increasingly giving mothers that they could be prosecuted for murder and imprisoned if they fail to prevent their children from being killed. Lilly (?) Smith,age 52, spent 44 years in prison for the murder of her two year old daughter, Amy. The parole board has declared her suitable for release six times since 1989 but the state governors have decided otherwise. Smith was convicted of second degree murder in San Luis Obispo County in 1980 and sentenced to 15 years to life after she did not stop her boyfriend from fatally beating Amy. Whether Smith participated in Amy’s abuse was hotly disputed at the trial. Prosecution argued that by not aggressively intervening she condoned the violence.That Smith may have been a victim of domestic violence is no defense Gov. Arnold said in his May 18 letter denying parole. “Smith still poses an unreasonable threat to public safety”. Smiths’ situation is not unique . Scholars and court dockets across the nation suggest that during the past two decades mothers have increasingly been blamed and prosecuted for not protecting their children from harm. That includes women who have been victims of domestic violence or have used drugs while they were pregnant. “That’s the sense of the noose being tightened” said Michille Overman, a Santa Clara University Law Professor and coauthor of the book , Mothers Who Kill their Children. “We want to try to find some way to think we are protecting children” says Benjamin Wolf, associate director of the American Civil Liberties Union in Illinois. “ Fixing social problems is too complicated” he says. “Blaming the mother is the easy way out.” Some prosecutors say women are merely being held to the same standards as men. If we are not going to hold the mother accountable then who is going to be responsible for protecting the child?”

says Wendy McFarlane a deputy district attorney in Ventura County, California. It is not always clear precisely how many mothers are being prosecuted and convicted of failing to protect their children each year. They are charged under a complex web of state laws which are enforced differently in various jurisdictions. Nobody tracks the number of prosecutions across the state. Overman and other legal scholars say there is no doubt that prosecutions and convictions of mothers for children’s deaths are on the rise. Anecdotal evidence from court dockets support this. In Lake County Indiana the county prosecutor is not excusing Felicia Gordon for not intervening in the fatal beating of her son George, age 7 in March. Gordon, age 27, of Gary Indiana was charged with murder after her boyfriend repeatedly hit, punched, and kicked the boy to death. She admitted to police that she could hear beating and screaming for ten minutes. Her attorney, Lemuel Stiegler, said she stayed in another room during most of the incident because she was trying to protect her other son, a one-year old. She said her boyfriend pointed at her after the beating and threated to hurt her if she called the police. If convicted, she could face more than 65 years in prison. In a case this week, Arlene Haynes, 24, of Ulysses, PA , pled guilty to child endangerment because she couldn’t stop her boyfriend from fatally abusing her 2-year-old daughter, Serena, last year. Had a plea agreement not been struck , Haynes could have been sentenced to up to seven years. Preventing harm can even include not doing enough to prevent the child’s suicide. IN Oct 2003, Judith Scruggs was found guilty of contributing to her son’s suicide,…a Connecticut jury convicted scruggs of … injury to a minor because she kept such a filthy home and allowed her son’s hygiene to deteriorate so much that he was bullied at school. She received probation . Same month the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of a South Carolina mother convicted of murder through an interpretation of the state’s homicide by child abuse law . Regina McKnight was prosecuted for having cocaine in her blood when she was suffering a still birth. She is serving twelve years in prison. Mary Becker, an Illinois attorney involved in protection cases says “Mothers are being treated differently under the law because they are assumed to be the child’s natural protector. Father’s rarely are charged” she says. In 1992, Illinois became the first state to consider parents accomplices to 1st degree murder if they don’t protect their children. That’s when an appellate court upheld a conviction of Kimberly Novi of Shiloh Illinois—saying although she may have been battered by her husband and may have caused her step son’s fatal injury her actions and inaction make her responsible for the child’s murder. She is serving 30 years. The following year Illinois prosecuted Kathy Cecil of Wood River for the first degree murder of her two-year-old son, Michael. She did not participate in his fatal beating and had repeatedly been punched, choked, and raped by her lover for months. Cecil, now 31, was sentenced to 35 years in jail. Battered women do not get much sympathy in these cases prosecutors say. Abuse of the mother is irrelevant. It’s not an excuse for standing by and letting someone beat your child to death. Says Terry Patton the state’s attorney in Henry County, Illinois. Advocates of battered woman say it’s not that simple. These women may be unable to help because if their husband or boyfriend is beating a child they are probably beating the mother too. That was happening in Linda Lee Smith’s case said her surviving daughter Bethany McDermott said in an interview last week. She said her mother did not intervene in Amy’s beating because she was paralyzed with fear. She said Smith had been battered and sexually tortured for months by her boyfriend David Foster who was convicted of 2nd degree murder and is still in prison Her mother had been severely beaten when she tried to stop Foster from harming McDermott … a few weeks earlier..standing back and not doing anything was horrible said McDermott, age 29. But such a harsh punishment was not the right answer. Three burned crosses were found in Durham, NC. That’s where Sandra Vanderlinde lives. Police were called in to stop a fight at Jefferson High in Los Angeles. I've been there.

The murder suspect remains on top of the crane in Atlanta for the 3rd day now—the 31 year old man quit his job as a software salesman, filed for bankruptcy, and talked about moving to Las vegas. A Tennessee state senator has been placed under house arrest for bribery May 27, 2005 Paula Creamer, age 18, won her first LPGA tournament …she’s already won $350,000 on the LPGA tour. Her nickname is Pink Panther. Rascall Flatts kicked off the summer concert series in Bryant Park in mid-town Manhattan. British engineers have invented the Indi pod—an inflatable in car toilet powered by a cigarette lighter.. it inflates to an area of four feet high and three feet wide—sufficient to accommodate two people (how fun—go to the bathroom with somebody). Denice Williams suffered an embarrassing 3rd round defeat by a 15 year old Bulgarian Spice Girls fan. The Americans fortunes withered at the French Open on Friday. She lost to 98th ranked Sesil Karantcheva…Woodpecker in Syracuse New York sees itself in the mirrors of cars and pecks at them as if his reflection were an enemy bird— breaking several car mirrors. An off-duty police officer in Jersey City had to fight off a naked man who jumped out of the woods wearing only a condom. John D. Kelly, age 39, a vice-president for a New York banking corporation, surrendered to the police eight days after the incident. The woman he attempted to accost happened to be an off-duty police officer. A police officer in Boulder, Colorado found marijuana growing alongside some tulips at the Pearl St. Mall and pulled them. The author of a book entitled Dying to Win soon to be released about suicide bombers says there have been thirteen suicide bomber campaigns over time … and of those thirteen, seven have produced success. IN Lebanon in 1983, 241 Marines were killed by suicide bomber driving a truck… subsequently Ronald Reagan withdrew all military forces from Lebanon virtually abandoning the country. The articles notes, however, that the victims of the suicide bombings in Iraq have been largely Iraqi citizens, not U.S. soldiers , making it less potent to the war. … they also note that a lot of the suicide bombers in Iraq are not from Iraq—says Bruce Hoffman of the Rand Corporation , a policy think tank, therefore the suicidal bomber has less chance of becoming a famous martyr, which happens more often apparently in Israel. ..There’s no “cult of the martyr” in Iraq. The cause remains greater than the individual. May 28, 2005 Interesting case about a couple by the name of Mark & Linda Adanalian in Fresno, CA.. twelve years married, four children, apparently had some sort of argument or arguments over time … and Mark was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis… then suddenly, not too long ago, Linda just collapsed and died. They said, subsequently, due to a post exhumed autopsy that she died of selenium toxicity… but it was not initially investigated as a potential homicide, but some friends & family of Linda say there were indications prior to her death that he might have the desire and will to kill her. Temperatures in Seattle are unseasonably high. Angels win, beating the Royals in ten innings after being down 8-3 in the top of the 9th, allowing them to remain tied for first in the west. Minor league pitcher, Rick Helling, a former ten year major leaguer, was impaled by a shard of a broken bat in his non-pitching arm…NBA playoffs Phoenix-San Antonio, Miami-Detroit. … former president Clinton visits a part of Sri Lanka that was hit by the tsunami. The Puente Hills fault that runs under Los Angeles has caused quakes of 7.2 to 7.5 magnitude at least four times in the past 11, 000 years says the team at the U.S Geological Survey in the southern

California earthquake center at the University of Southern California. They say the next quake from the Puente Hills fault is not a matter of if but when. Voyager I has been on a 26 year journey from earth and is getting closer to the sun, going through a region known as termination shock…but still some 8.7 billion miles away from the sun, …now entering a section called the “helio sheath”…further than twice the distance of Pluto—the furthest planet in our system. Voyager I & II were launched in 1977, on a mission to explore the giant planets Jupiter and Saturn. The pair kept going, however, and the mission was extended. Voyager II went on to explore Uranus & Neptune… the only spacecraft to have visited these outer planets. Both spacecraft are now part of the Voyager Interstellar Mission … to explore the outer-most edge of the sun’s domain. They are able to keep operating until the year 2020. Wherever they go they carry a golden phonograph record which has messages from earth such as surf, wind, thunder, and animals…also some musical selections, spoken greetings in 55 languages, along with instruments, instructions and equipment on how to play the records. Eddie Alberts—an actor in the show Green Acres died at age 99. Oliver Stone, film maker, was arrested for DUI and drug possession in Los Angeles.MSNBC local edition says that there have been bear sightings in West Michigan. Manar Maged , an Egyptian baby, was born with two heads— doctors successfully separated the second head and the baby has been discharged from the hospital. John Ford, State Senator of Tennessee—one of Tennessee's most powerful political families has been placed on house arrest … member of senate for 30 years.. charged with taking payoffs and threatening to kill a witness.. brother Harold Ford served 11 years in Congress.. during his tenure in Senate.. Ford lost paternity law suits, gave a political job to a girlfriend, used campaign money for his daughters’s wedding, and was successfully sued for sexual harassment, … Ford and other lawmakers took $92, 000 to usher e-cycle bills through congress. Ford himself is accused of taking $55, 000. .. Junior Allen—spent 35 years in prison for stealing a black & white TV set.. now age 65 he has been released.. having watched persons convicted of murder, rape, and child molestation come and go before him. In North Carolina. IN D. C. rolling thunder rally—POW MIA situations.. benefits for veterans May, 29, 2005 Heat beat Pistons. Lead series 2-1. Shaq had 28 points and was 8 for 12 from the foul line at the Palace. He also had five assists. Coach Stan Van Gundy took him out in the first quarter despite his protestations. The final score was 113-104. Small plane crashed –pilot in serious condition—rescuer died after falling off back of pick up truck on way there. Article re. Cotton picking in Uzbekistan. Govt. prevents privatization. “Million Dollar Baby” was about female boxing—and in India Muslim women are getting into it. The thawing of the permafrost in Alaska—is going to change things—the methane released—will accelerate the greenhouse effect.. Dan Whelden won the Indy 500, the first Brit to win the Indy since 1966. The female race-Danica Patrick came in 4th. Angels beat Royals. Mo Cheeks hired as 76’ers head coach. Cheeks was four time all-star, fifteen seasons, led Sixers to championships over Lakers in 1983. He played with Dr. J. and Moses Malone. Cheeks was fired as Portland Trailblazers coach after four years there and leading them to their fourth highest win title in Blazer history but he was plagued by his players who had drug problems. … two teens kill homeless man “for fun” in Daytona Beach. May 30, 2005

Pistons beat Heat, series tied at 2-2. Scott Moody on the Ohio Farm killed grandparents, mother, and two friends before himself.. his sister was shot in the neck and is in the hospital. A dozen male students in the Philippines stripped off their clothes in the civic center in the Philippines.. to protest educational problems. Rev. Keith Kimber at St. Johns Rectory Church in the city of Cardiff had a hot spot hooked up in his church so that parishioners can surf the web during the service or send an e-e-mail. He says he has no problem with it. That’s in Wales. Dean Craig 36 year old man set his own home on fire in order to get two visitors to leave. Flash floods kill 250 in the Philppines , Quezon province. Yale fans Ken Jennings, Jeopardy champion finally lost. Dianna Deetric Berns is subject to excessive force by Atlanta police and it is caught on video at the airport. Officer Clarence Alexander was the instigating officer, seven other officers arrived thereafter. The district attorney was Bob Keller, Berns attorney is Steven Lister. : Airplane attempting to make first round the world nonstop , non-re-fueled flight June 1, 2005 Deep Throat has been revealed as Mark Felt, age 91, second in command at FBI at the time, passed over by Nixon to take J. Edgar Hoovers places. , Oxytocin is a chemical released during sexual intimacy, causes people to be more trusting. Resort in Starkenberg… Austria’s Tryol region has filled 7 13 foot long pools with beer.. they claim it helps heal skin diseases some drink it as they swim.. June 2, 2005 Closing arguments begin today in the M. Jackson case. Jennifer Wilbanks, Runaway Bride sentenced to community service and probation, Buddy Bell hired to manage the KC Royals next year. Miami Heat win over the Pistons to make it 3-2 . Shaq had 20 points. George Mikan former NBA star —former Minneapolis Lakers player died today. He was the first big man to dominate the sport at six foot ten inches. When they came to New York in December (1949), the Madison Square Gardens said Mikan v. Knicks …College basketball started the goal tending rule because of him. The NBA doubled the width of the free throw lane because of him. . When Lakers lost to the Fort Wayne Pistons in 1950 .. it was the lowest scoring game in NBA history 19-18... because of the stalling tactics in that game.. the 24 second clock was started. Shaquille O’Neal said he wanted to pay for the funeral, apparently he had been friend with Mikan and he said that without Mikan there would be no Shaquille. .. Mikan’s surviving son said he appreciated the offer but said it was up to his mother whether or not she would accept it. Over 80 persons were rescued off a Costa Rican island. …after sending a message in a bottle asking for help.. they had been on the island for ten days after their boat sunk and their rescuers came within 24 hours of the bottle being sent Three infant bodies found in freezer in Austria—body parts cut up. Woman confessed to killing them for fear they would drive her male partner away and because of mounting bills. Red Tide in New England is one of the largest ever , causing shellfish to be unsuitable for eating. The Akiane Kramarik.. “God gives me the ideas I just paint them” she says. Her paintings fetch 1000’s of dollars says the article. Teenager Natalie Holloway from Alabama has disappeared in the island of Aruba.. so far nothing has shown up. Rubbish in the road at Coyote Creek Golf Course. Gal from Alabama was 18 years old—an honors student from Mountain Brook High School in Birmingham. Bags ready to go, full ride scholarship to theUniversity of Alabama.. pre-med. Three men said they took her to the tip of the island and back to the hotel but security doesn’t show them on camera returning.

Rich DeVos has announced he will run for governor. He is the son of Rich DeVos Sr., the Amway Founder Snoop Jackson writes an interesting article about Shaqulle O’Neal. Addressing the notion of him being overrated but then he reverses and concludes with high praise for the Shaq. Shaquill once referred to Kobe Bryant as an Uncle Tom on a radio talk show. Snoop Jackson Resides in Chicago— two children.. David Toms hit a hole-in-one in the Memorial Golf Classic in Dublin Ohio. The first Good Year Blimp was named Pilgrim and was launched on June 3, 1925. Today Goodyear has four blimps— three in USA and one in Brazil. Car crashes over bridge barricade—killing five male adults. No skid marks. King City is a well kept town—industrial town of some sort—big plant or factory. Sports: Dwayne Wade sat out game six of the Pistons-Heat series—which the Pistons won. Gas is back up to $2.57. No clues to whereabouts of missing Idaho Kids, Dylan and Shasta Groene. They say the NBA may have a lockout next season if they can’t come to an agreement. .. June 5, 2005 Ethnic Cleansing in Sudan has allegedly claimed 180 million lives. They say it is one of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Sheik Musa Hallal is claimed to be the one responsible for a lot of the deaths in Sudan and is on a list of most wanted by the U.S. –with recommendations that Sudan arrest him. But that appears unlikely—given ABC News interviewed him openly at none other than the police club. Anniversary of Tianhamen Square Massacre 16th anniversary commemoration.. The Mars Rover Opportunity was stuck in soft sand for several days.. finally got it to break free. Both rovers are still operational on Mars. Spirit& Opportunity. Arrested two men re. The missing Alabama gal in Aruba. .. they found a bloody mattress but it has been eliminated as having to do with missing gal. They have arrested two security guards.. and have requested a diving team. 160 Whales stranded on beach in Perth Australia ..closer to the town of Busselton.. ESPN televised the Spelling Bee this year. Two movies made about Spelling Bees: “Bee Season” with Richard Gere and the other “Spellbound” –an Oscar Nominated documentary film about eight competitors in the 1999 spelling bee, including the winner. .. Several European countries led by Australia are planning to protest Japan’s endeavor to expand it’s whaling industry—wanting to increase their take. Eric Wang—owner of a Tiawanese restaurant.. in which the food is served in miniature toilet bowls.. the name is Marton which means toilet in Chinese.. urinals decorate the wall , and you sit in toilet lid seats.. 80 year old woman by the name of .. Vera Tursi was arrested for being the ringleader of a prostitution ring.. as best as I can tell in Newark New Jersey. Paris is trying to win the 2012 Olympic games.. Missing Alabama Teenager in Aruba was last seen on May 30 after attending a concert featuring “Boys II Men”…and Lilian Hill on Sunset Beach in Aruba.. 3rd Annual Soul Beach Music Festival… 8000 attended …she then ate at Carlos & Charlies Bar & Restaurant.. Red Delicious pack the most potent anti oxidant punch, Northern…#2 , Cortland #3, Gold Delicious #5, Macintosh & Empire..the skins of the apples have more antioxidant.. people turned out for a confederate memorial service.. singing dixie.. under a rebel battle flag.. confederate monument.. to the east . protesters voiced their disapproval by marching outside the Missouri Governor’s Mansion —Jefferson City (aha)

Governor Matt Blunt allowed a one day flying of the flag at the request of a group.. ..the commemoration took place in Higginsville. Missing Texas A&M Student.. Brandy Stahr –who disappeared in Oct. 1998… has been found… working at Sams Club in Kentucky—did not want to be found. She’s now age 27… she left after she got in an argument with her family and the family stopped paying for her student bills. She’s been working under her real name and social security # but police were unable to locate her because they do not have access to IRS records (they could get them with a subpoena). Babe Ruth contract selling the Babe from the Red Sox to the Yankees is going on auction at Sotheby’s. Assemblyman Craig Stanley from New Jersey wants the New Jersey Devils hockey team to change their name saying their name has satanic implications. Stanley is a Baptist deacon. The Devils say, however, that the name of their team comes from a 1982 fan naming contest.. and “devils” comes from the mythical Jersey devil not the Christian symbol of the anti-Christ (according to Weird New Jersey’s Travel Guide to the State’s Most Offbeat Attractions)…the mythical jersey devil with batlike wings and over-sized claws was said to terrorize Pine _____ dwellers in the 18th century after being born the 13th child of a south Jersey family and morphing into a dinosaur-like beast. The owner of the Devils is Jeff Vanderbeek and he apparently stands opposed to a name change. Former New York Mayor Rudy Guiulanni is talking about starting a new hockey league if the NHL continues it’s lockout. Called the International Hockey Association.. would rely on Guilanni’s New York Consulting Co. to raise up to 5 billion in seed money. Julia Ceasar Chavez has a career record of 106-5-2 with 88 knockouts..planning on returning to Staples in LA .. with his son, Julio Caesar Chavez Jr. if Sr. wins there may be an adios II. Jr. is 18-0 with 14 knockouts. Storms in southeast Michigan knocking lines down. Flooding in Southern China has killed at least 200 people, 79 still missing. Hunan province hit hard. 37 killed after landmine hits bus in Nepal planted by suspected communist rebels … Interview with Brad Pitt by Diane Sawyer at ABC.. he said he doesn’t like all the focus on him he’s concerned about death in Africa.. open to adopting children. Anything to get focus off myself why people should listen to him I’m not sure they should he says. Mark Hacking—the Utah man who confessed to killing his wife while she slept, gets six years to life for his crime, the maximum allowed by Utah law. 91-year-old woman beats off a purse snatcher chasing him away—they get the license plate number and arrest him (England). Off Duty police officer in Charleston NC sees his stolen car being driven and apprehends the suspects. Peanuts Cartoon creator Charles Schultz lived in Santa Rosa until his death a few years ago at the age of 77. The town is decorated with Charlie Brown statues, one of which was stolen yesterday. June 7, 2005 Volcano in Ciuddad Guzman (Guzman City) in Culima Mexico is showing some activity. Isabel Dupe , age 36, was killed by a grizzly bear 55 miles east of Calgary Canada while jogging.. this was a bear that had been removed from a neighborhood for threatening people only eight days earlier--, the bear was subsequently tracked and killed. Tommy Hook was beaten up at a bar , apparently in regard to some whistleblowing he did at the Los Alamos Lab (left with broken jaw) Professor Benjamin Brenner writes in the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis that Jesus probably died of blood clot that reached his lungs rather than blood loss. … Sicilian Court condemned road authorities on Monday for suspending a driver’s license because he was gay. A court on the Mediterranean Island said that being gay was merely a personality disturbance which had no bearing on his ability to drive. ..Article about racism around the world. … in Brazil still a lot of racism they say. …sometimes when they advertise for prospective employees they say they want persons with “good presence” which is a veiled way of saying “white.”

Vicente Fox , president of Mexico, blundered, in saying that “Mexican immigrants do jobs that not even blacks want to do in the United States”. .. article by Lorraine Arlende (Mexico City), Edwardo Orozco (Lima Peru), Larry Millikan (La Paz), Louise Egan (Buenos Aires) (YAHOO News). Republicans are fighting back in Hollywood—they say Star Wars VI includes a veiled insult about George Bush. And other films—Republicans are starting their own film production studios such as American Pride Film Group (APFG), Right Side Video, Republicans not only yearn for equal access in film making …in the famously left-leaning Hollywood, but also considers themselves at war against the hostile left-leaning majority in the industry, even organizing groups such as Hollywood Congress of Republicans, which sponsors luncheons at which celebrities including Ben Stine and Morgan Brittany offer moral support for like-minded political minority. They are tired of being mocked by the Industry. _______Rhoads. who played title role in compilation “Mother Goose Treasury” is writing a book about being conservative in Hollywood… She tells stories such as about the time she was on a TV Network show-the producer yelled “Anybody who votes Republican is fired.” ..and says that if she said the same thing about homosexuals there would be lawsuits. ..they are set to hash on their differences on June 21 at the Level One Restaurant in Los Angeles, an event sponsored by …New Hollywood Conservative Forum. …asked for examples of Hollywood’s liberal slant…he goes on endlessly—the uptight preacher in the 1984 movie “Footloose”…a conservative American town so juiced up it outlaws dancing…a character representing a U.S. Marine in 1999’s “American Beauty” is portrayed mostly as a homophobic lunatic. Communism is lionized in movies such as 1981’s “Reds” and 2004 “Motorcyle Diaries” …employees always come off as heroes such as in 1979 ”Norma Rae”… the system is always evil 1987’s “Wall Street”, 1987’s “Dirty Dancing” extols the virtues of abortion, 1990’s “Pretty Woman” glorifies prostitution. ..and Brian De Palma’s classic ’76 horror film “Carrie”—Carrie is made a geek by the mother’s over-protectiveness and wackiness, , derived from religion , specifically Christianity. They also mention that no Hollywood executive today is willing to greenlight a movie that portrays extreme Islamists as the enemy, although some point to 1994 “True Lies” which portrays none other than gov. Schwaarzenaager going head to head with crazy Jihads.. but they say that’s a practical decision, not political—more due to fear for their life than anything else.. in London. Father and Son in Lodi, California—south of Sacramento were arrested on suspicion of having terrorist affiliations. Actor Russel Crowe apologizes on David Letterman for throwing phone at concierge. Surfer may have been bit by great white shark off coast of New Jersey (or sand bar shark). Two pilots, Dennis Cloyd and Christopher Hughes, were arrested for drunk operation of a commercial airplane July 1, 2002 as their Phoenix bound jet was pushed back from the gate… they had drunk fourteen beers between them the night before, six hours before their flight was to depart. Both in jail until July 20 for sentencing. They could get up to five years in prison. Previously unknown Aria by German composer Johann Sebastian Bach has been discovered in eastern town of Weimar—one of the few surviving pieces from Bach’s early period. Substitute teacher is accused of choking a 12 year old boy until he lost consciousness in an experiment to see how long it would take to reach unconsciousness… at John Marshall Elementary School.. in Dorchester Neighborhood (in Boston?).. University of Michigan wins womens softball championship, beating UCLA in ten innings in Oklahoma City. The son of former Soccer star, Pele, was arrested for drug trafficking admitted a teary-eyed Pele, in Sao Paolo Brazil—the son was a second string goal keeper for eight years for Santos, Pele’s former club. He retired in 1999. That same year he was convicted of vehicular homicide while participating in a road race that killed a motorcyclist. He was sentenced to six years of work release.

Tangipahoa Parish School District—near Baton Rouge LA, people are very sincere and committed to prayer and Bible teaching in the public schools. They have violated court orders telling them to stop, and now It may go to the Supreme Court. 2100 journalists have credentials to cover the Michael Jackson trial, but not all are there every day. Tommy Hook , age 52, originally contended he was beaten for whistleblowing at the Los Alamos Club, now police say it was not related to whistle blowing but that he backed into a pedestrian while leaving the club. And then they beat him up. Hook sticks to his story, along with his wife and lawyer. This is an obvious frame job—get him to come to a disreputable place , cause a controversy, and then try to make him look bad, by association, in the press. Woman hostage, Italian Clementina Cantoni, age 32, held by terrorists in Afghanistan has been released in Kabul, unharmed. Ex –forest ranger was trying to show kids in a classroom how to light a fire without matches—the gunpowder sparked, the school had to be evacuated and the ranger was taken to the hospital with burn injuries. Two gal cousins hit a hole-in-one on the same hole, consecutively, at Chenango Valley State Park Women’s Golf Association. Former Stripper Diana Hampton, age 39, has been elected to the municipal court in Henderson, NV as a judge beating her opponent by 176 votes. She acknowledges she worked at a Las Vegas strip tease club in order to work her way through college 14 years ago. Man held in Jail at LAPD”s 77th St. Station on suspicion of robbing a homeless man, dug a hole in the jail wall and escaped. Spurs beat Pistons 84-79, game one of championship series. Plan to shoot a bullet , a big copper bullet into a comet on July 4 by NASA’ s Deep Impact probe , impact at 152 a.m. est which is 1052 pm pst on 4th of July. Thirteen L.A. sheriff’s deputies will be disciplined for firing about 120 shots at an unarmed driver last month. One will be suspended for fifteen days, others less, some only written reprimands. Gov. Arnold is trying to pass a bill that will make it harder for teachers to get tenure—from two years to five years. And give governors vast new powers to cut spending. And To strip legislatures the ability to draw their own districts. He says “I have faith in teachers and nurses but not their unions.” Part of Arnold's three year plan—first stop the bleeding, 2nd heal the patient, 3rd rebuild California. #4 run for re-election in 2006 ?He didn’t say. June 10, 2005 Calcium Chloride flaker plant here at the turn off towards Joshua Tree. Still no sign of missing Alabama gal. Tropical Storm . Kim Peek was the subject of the movie “Rain Man” –Kim Peek was an autistic savant. Another story here about an autistic savant –they can do incredible intellectual things—reciting pi for five hours, for example, but often an inability to do basic things—this one can’t walk without being conscious.. can’t go to the beach –too many pebbles to count. It bothers him. Now they are saying in story about Missing Alabama gal that she met a Dutch teen at one point and was kissing him at one point in the car.. they said they dropped her off at the hotel—she refused assistance from Dutch escort.. she stumbled, and they said they left as they saw a security guard approaching her. They say some security guards patrol the area looking for women as prey. British bus company is testing a new secret weapon—to reduce polluting emissions—sheep urine, a stage coach has fitted a bus with a tank containing the urine, sprayed into the exhaust to reduce emissions, as reported by Ananova’s Quirkies. Phil Jackson is considering a return as coach to the Lakers—he is represented by Todd Musberger, brother of ABC’s Brent Musberger—a commentator. June 11, 2005

12, 000 university students in N. Korea have been ordered into the rice fields—universities are closed until food crisis is over. They also claim to have a nuclear bomb or bombs but wont say how many. Frenchman by the name of Alain Robert calling himself “spiderman’ scaled a 62 story skyscraper using only his bare hands. He got to the top where police officer were waiting for him. They checked his passport but did not arrest him. He has previously scaled Taiwan’s Taipei 101—the world’s tallest bldg—it took him four hours because it was raining. 1679 feet. He’s also climbed Malaysias Pedrona Towers in Kuala Lumpur, the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the Empire State Bldg. Mike Tyson loses fight to Kevin McBride in 6th round.. Bride is 6 foot 5 weighs 271, Tyson weighs 233—Tyson was the heavy favorite. Laila Ali daughter of Muhammad won the fight—the undercard of the Tyson fight—she remains undefeated first woman to win WBC title. Larry Brown coached the Spurs from ’88 to ’92. At the time Gregg Poppovich, now the Spurs head coach, was Brown’s assistant. Spurs have won two titles since then: in ’99 and in ’03. Condoleeza rice played a piano duet with a young person who had a disease then played some of her own—she originally planned to be a concert pianist. Article about use of Video Tape against Police: ABC “Some Turn to Video Tape to Challenge Police” .. Last Summer NY City police were faced with 100’s of 1000’s of protesters planning on protesting the GOP convention at Madison Square Garden. By the end of the convention week the NYPD had made 1806 arrests. Ten months later, just 170 people have been convicted or have entered guilty pleas. While many cases continue to wind through the court system, many potential prosecutions have been dropped. Some of them because of video taped evidence. People with video cameras such as Dennis Kyne.. came from California planning a whole week of protesting against the GOP. ON the 3rd day he and dozens others were arrested in front of the New York Public Library. Kynde said that before the police moved in “It was totally harmonious. Everybody was assembling peaceably[sic] and congregating quietly” He also noticed that “There were a lot of people with video cameras. A lot of people taking pictures.” That came in handy when Kyne was arrested for alleged rioting and resisting arrest because it turned out that at least one documentary filmmaker’s camera was aimed at him. She documented that at this particular parade there …all the way to the time when the police pushed me down to the ground and accused me of acting violently, inciting a riot, and resisting arrest.” The tape, part of a large archives collected by the National Lawyers Guild, a civil rights group that monitored the protests, showed Dennis Kyne shouting insults and getting into police officers faces, but nothing worse than that. The tape showed no trace of the official arresting officer, an absence that led authorities to dropping charges against Kyne. The incident is still under investigation by the NYPD which refused further comment. Police video—the officer could show up on police department videos of the event because there are plenty of them. Video coverage of public events has been standard operating procedure for the NYPD since the year of what then police commission Ben Ward called the police riot in Tompkins Square Park. Miami Police Chief John Timoney was a mid-level NY City police officer when demonstrators and police squared off. “Around midnight all hell broke lose. There was a rapid mobilization from every precinct within New York City. A lot of confrontations were caught on videotape.” From that day forward more and more protesters were armed with these video cameras. Timoney added “to the point where now a dozen years or so later it’s very hard to find a protester without a camera. And the police are very aware of that.” And they are ready with camcorders of their own. After Tompkins Square Park “I think all bets were off” Timoney said …protesters were going to get cameras to show their side and police thought they ought to have cameras to show their side of the event. Unfair edits? Sometimes when cameras take sides justice gets short-changed. Attorney Robert Anello successfully defended a native american protester charged with attacking NY state police during a demonstration on the Onondaga Reservation near Syracuse in 1997, a demonstration the police had videotaped. The police video couldn’t make things happen that didn’t happen but certainly avoided certain of the scenes, Anello said.

Fortunately, for Anellos’ client a local news organization camera saw things that the police camera did not. The police who said that they were not using batons were using batons quite liberally, Anello said. At trial it was pretty apparent that the difference between what police weren’t showing and what the media was able to catch on tape, before the cameras were removed made the difference between the charges and ultimately the acquittal. Brian McNamara who teaches future police officers, prosecutors, and defense attorneys at John Jay College in New York City believes video tape can bring better justice. “ I think police officers always have to keep in the back of their mind that anything they do—anytime they are out on patrol is subject to being videotaped” McNamara said. “I think it is a step forward. It is kind of a trite saying, but a picture is worth a 1000 words” but still the bottom line is that the jury can see it. And make their own determination.” Acquitted by Video—Alexander Dunlop said he was just walking out to eat when he was swept up in the demonstration and arrested. Police charged him with a whole laundry list of misdemeanors. It would have carried up to a years sentence if I was convicted of all the charges. Prosecutors told Dunlop and his attorney Michael Conroy they had him dead to rights on NYPD video tape. “I was told by the DA’s office on several occasions that this was the complete unedited tape” Said Conroy. But it turned out it wasn’t. The tape that prosecutors planned to use was an edited version. It left out images that supported Dunlops story, and undercut police claims that he had been resistant. Again , the National Lawyers Guild tape collection saved an innocent man. And again authorities said they cannot comment on the way the police and prosecutors handled the evidence because the case is under investigation. “I’m certain there are people out there who were arrested” Conroy said, “who are still being prosecuted in this case who are absolutely innocent, who don’t have the video tape to prove it” But Miami Police chief Timoney says that video cameras help the officers too by reminding them that at any moment the world could be watching. Timoney said “This generation of protesters tend to be much more restrained than their parents or grandparents..maybe in part because they too want to look better on video tape.” ABC News’ David Marash contributed to this story on June 7, 2005 on Nightline Tornado damages 22 homes in Wisconsin. Slept outside Redlands Ranch last night at 1721 Colton Ave. Colton & Dearborn, Here’s the University of Redlands. 11th anniversary of the murder of Ron Goldman and Nicole Simpson. Indonesian president gave the entire country access to his cell phone as a gesture of good will, but the line crashed because of so many calls. Rain Queen of Africa dies at age 27.Woman in Pennsylvania wins million dollar lottery twice in the same year. Baby alligator found in the backyard of a Napa Valley home. June 14, 2005 Jacksons’ attorney says Michael will no longer allow kids in his bedroom. Mesereaux. Sean Penn, the actor, age 44, is working for the san Francisco Chronicle in Iran as a reporter covering the presidential elections. Eagle with fish in its mouth flies through a picture window of a home in Alaska, .. and after a few stunned moments flies back out. The woman inside hears a crash, finds a fish carcass and broken glass all over the place and has no idea what just happened, not seeing the bird. Not until a neighbor comes by who observed it does she find out. She initially thought somebody threw a fish carcass through her window. Teen charged with battery after intentionally vomiting on his Spanish teacher at the Olathe Northwest High School . Court police officer (bailiff) leaves her gun, a 44 caliber Glock pistol, in the restroom inside the Binghampton courthouse, in Broom County.

Philippines president Gloria Arroyo is one of the most unpopular presidents ever, after only being in office a year or so. Leatherback turtles are facing extinction because of the loss of one of their few (one of four)nesting grounds following the tsunami, which washed out the beach on the Nicobar Islands. They have very important qualifications for nesting beaches. Galathea Beach on Great Nicobar has virtually been washed away. Pistons beat Spurs at home. Phil Jackson is returning to coach the Lakers, Disney world in Orange County Florida? Now they are searching the home of the Dutch Teen in Aruba in regards to disappearance of Alabama gal. Florida city is using cell phone tech to pay for parking—they give the meters a number—you call it in—the charge begins when you tell it to and stops when you return. Arrested 14 times and spent 5 months in jail, and now he plans to do it again with his gal friend Melanie Roberts. Mike Tyson says he will retire now ending with 50-6 record, lots of knockouts early in his career, the biggest one against Michael Spinks in 88 seconds. Plane crashes near Yuma AZ,--one of those that can take off like a helicopter and then fly like a plane. Four bombs on board. Nobody killed, but the pilot was injured, several homes damaged. June 16, 2005 Four Keller High School cheerleaders were sent home early from summer camp after allegedly putting human feces on a pizza and trying to frame rival cheerleaders for doing it. Former Holly Hill Police officer, Mark Wright age 36, charged for making deals with female traffic citation recipients –he would let them go if they stripped for him In July ’99 and December 2004, Wright initiated traffic stops on women who were driving under suspension. He allowed them to drive to the police station, …once inside he offered to drop the charges if the women allowed him to videotape them taking their clothes off. In ’98 he stopped a woman and offered to drop the charge if she pulled up her shirt . 13-year-old boy jumped into a Public Works truck and led police on a chase for at least 20 miles., around Miami, Dade County. He ran over a police officer? And caused at least two crashes. A 14 year old boy stole a Cessna airplane and went on a late night joy ride, despite having never flown a plane before, taking off and landing twice before being arrested. Strip clubs become increasingly big business n Manhattan New York, Pistons win 102-71, tying the series at 2-2. … a Los Angeles woman was struck in the head by a stray bullet while standing in line with her fiance at a chicken stand. She died. Defense Attorney Mari Dee Castanzo made a reputation for herself as an aggressive attorney is now facing charges of trying to hire somebody to kill her husband. She pled guilty, (Youngstown? St. Petersburg, FL?). Olympic Sprinter Asafa Powell has become the worlds fastest man clocking 9.77 seconds in the 100 meter in Athens Olympic Stadium German man, Thomas Menninger, age 39, near Frankfurt Germany, fell off building after sleepwalking out his bedroom window up a drain pipe to the roof. Before falling 20 feet. He was not seriously injured. Leigh Ann Hester of the Kentucky National guard, from Nashville TN, became the first female soldier to receive Silver Star since WWII for gallantry in fighting through an ambush in Iraq on March 20, 2005—killing at least 3 insurgents. She is a retail store manager when she isn’t fighting for the army. Aruba authorities searched the apartment of The Dutch Teen, Joran Vandersloot, as well as the adjoining residence of his father Dutch official, Paul Vandersloot,. They say the father is not a suspect in the disappearance of the Alabama gal, but the son is, although no charges have been filed.

[Another Very Sick & Disturbing Story, from Canada] The accomplice in a series of rapes & murders of teenage gals, one of Canada’s most infamous criminals, will walk free in a few weeks, Karla Homolka, age 35, has finished her 12 year sentence for her role in the sexual slaying of two pubescent gals in the early 90’s. She also took part in the slaying of her sister, Tanna, but wasn’t charged in her death. Many people thought she should have been put in jail for life, but in order to get her to testify against her accomplice and former husband, Canadian authorities agreed to a plea bargain. She pled guilty to manslaughter, giving her a dozen years in jail. . she claims that her husband at the time beat her until she agreed to drug & rape her sister, and that her husband said he would kill her and her family if she did not. On Christmas Eve 1990 the couple dragged her younger sister Tanna to knock her unconscious while they sexually assaulted her and videotaped it. The episode ended horrifically [sic] with Tammy choking to death on her own vomit. It was considered an accident at the time. Following that the two of them got married in 1991,…two weeks before their wedding day they abducted , assaulted, and strangled 14 year-old Leslie Mahaffy. IN April ’92 Christian French age 15 disappeared. They kidnapped the teenager and raped her day and night, with the video camera rolling. Later, they dumped her body by the side of the road and drove off. She went to the police and confessed, and arranged a plea bargain, but then during the trial in 1995 the videotapes suddenly surfaced and they showed that Karla did not appear to have been forced by her husband but seemed to be enjoying the slayings and sexual assaults. He got life in prison without parole. The Mighty Ducks have been sold for 75 million to Henry & Susan Samueli. June 17, 2005 Governor Bush has ordered an investigation into the collapse of Teri Schiavo before she went into a coma. Marcus Wesson, the fellow who either killed all his children and grandchildren or made his daughter do so, was found guilty of murder, and could be sentenced to death. ANOTHER potential suspect in the missing Alabama gal in Aruba—a disc jockey by the name of Steve Gregory Croes, age 26, …Another helicopter crashed in New York, that’s two in two weeks, this time the helicopter sank, but everybody survived, only one serious injury. The helicopter had just taken off from the 34St heliport. Contestants will gather at the Bottle Inn in southwest England (Marshwood) Saturday Night to take part in the 9th annual World Nettle Eating Championship. They must pluck & eat as many leaves as they can from the feathery stinging plants in one hour, the results are measured in feet & inches. Last year the winner ate 42 feet of nettles. The world record is 74 feet. A woman, Wendy Cobb, age 38, searching for aluminum cans in a trash bin, was dumped into the back of a garbage truck unbeknownst to the driver who heard her screams just before he was about to hit the compactor button (Framingham?), Kangaroo on the loose outside Charleston W. Va—3 foot kangaroo comes out at night. Book about behind the scenes in a crimnal courthouse by Steve Bogira, Entitled ‘Courtroom 302, a Year Behind the Scenes in an American Criminal Courthouse” he says the Cook County jail is so overcrowded and overwhelmed there are people who are convicted who are innocent and people who are innocent who plead guilty. He says that some people who get into the system don’t look at it from the standpoint of I didn’ do this but psychologically they figure okay I’m in the system how do I get out with the least harm possible. Investigators found that detectives routinely used electric shock and other methods of torture to extract confessions. Angels reliever Brendon Donnelly was suspended for ten games for being caught with pine tar in his mitt. Against the washington Nationals. Both managers were also suspended for one game apiece for quarelling.

Governor Bush has ordered an investigation into the Schiavo case—why the lapse between the time she collapsed and the time the husband called 911?!She collapsed on Feb 25, 1990. One of the jurors, Pauline Coccoz, who acquitted Michael Jackson showed up for a party at a casino, as did one of his attorneys , robert Sanger, and numerous fans, as well as Jacksons mother, and his brother Tito, but not Michael himself. Journalists were not allowed in. A Korean couple crossed over from North Korea to South Korea by sailboat—with the intent of defecting. The couple, last name Choi, have been determined to leave N. Korea since the husband’s mother and brother were executed in 2004 for experiments on human bodies. June 18, 2005. Pastor Chuck Obrenski ….pastor of Kindren Community Church is also the chaplain for the Anaheim Angels and the Mighty Ducks—he was also chaplain for the Ramsbefore they moved—he’s been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Spurs beat Pistons 96-95 in overtime. Tom Cruise got squirted in the face with a water gun. He called the guy a jerk and rude. June 21, 2005 Pistons Beat Spurs 95-86, tying the series at 3 games apiece. A surge in Christian book sales, including Christian “chick lit.” Houston Astros outfielder, Jason Lane(?), caught a fly ball and thought that made the third out—so he flipped the ball casually into the stands for a fan. But as it turned out, there were only two outs…so the other team scored on his mistake. Killen found guilty of manslaughter, the movie “Mississippi Burning” was based on his life. .. Neither Rick Burroughs house was very impressive. He must have been a local yokel who grewup around here. June 23, 2005 “350 years commemoration of Jews in the military” . In 1654, Asher Levy one of the original 23 Jewish settlers in New Amsterdam, demanded and secured for himself and his fellow soldiers the right to stand guard at the stockade. During the 20th Century nearly 1 million Jews served in the armed services of the United States …WW1 250,000, WWII 600,000, ,Korea/Vietnam/Gulf War 150,000; one of three physicians and dentists in the military are Jewish. ..Mark Evnim was the first Jewish casualty in Iraq. Lt. Seth Dvorin died in Iraq in Feb 2004. In the Revolutionary War many Jews were in general George Washington’s continental army (p.12 Seymour “Sy’ Brody, pdc. Illustrated by Art Seiden). When the U.S. Declared War on Spain there were 30 Jewish officers in the army and 20 in the navy. In WW1 there were more than 250,000 Jews that answered America’s call to action. Over 3500 were killed, 12,000 wounded, 1100 decorations for bravery. 11000 Jews were killed in WWII, 40,000 wounded. Three recipients of the Medal of Honor. 157 Distinguised Service Medals & Crosses. 1600 were awarded the Silver Star. IN WWII Captain Rabbi Alexander Goode gave his life in the army…he and three Christian chaplains gave up their lifejackets and went down with the sinking ship. … Suspected BTK killer—Dennis Rader, says he is not being treated right by his attorneys ..they’re not giving him the files. Wife contemplating divorce. Prositituion is legal in france. Not illegal in England but soliciting it is. In Thailand it is illegal but paying for sex is not illegal. Billy Graham is on last revival in United States. –in New York . Fire in Mojave Desert. Parents of Dutch Teen in Aruba say they think he is innocent. Prince Williams graduates from College. More suicide bombings in Baghdad. Zimbabwe government is plowing down houses which they say are illegal or that illegal trading is going on in them—leaving 120,000 homeless during a time when unemployment is at 70 %…

73 year old Kenyan grandfather reached into the mouth of an attacking leopard and pulled out its tongue, killing it. Snapple tried to erect the largest popsicle ever but it melted so fast in a New York park they had to take it down before it ever got all the way Spurs beat Pistons to win the Championship. Roger Ebert got a star on the walk of fame. Now the Dutch Teen in Aruba says he did not drop the gal off at the hotel but left her at the beach. Wildfires in Arizona & California. 3rd Championship in 7 seasons for Spurs incl ’99 , and ’03. Roger Clemens leads major leagues with ERA of 1.51 his lowest ever at this point of the season. His 334 th career victory for Astros. He’s 6-3 on the season and could be undefeated but Astros are struggling . He’s 42 years old. Today is Take your Dog to Work day. John Couey, age 46, says he fed Jessical Lundsford for 2 or 3 days in a closet in his mobil home .. and when investigators came they didn’t search the premises but that she was still in there, alive. He then buried her alive. Medical examination determined death by Asphyxiation. Her fingers stuck through the bag. “She was alive I buried her alive” he said. He said he sneaked through an unlocked door after a night of smoking crack and drinking beer. He told the gal to follow him to his sisters house. For the next three days he raped the gal and sexually assaulted her at least two other times in his bedroom He said Jessica never yelled or banged on the walls to draw attention. Even though he admits all this he has pled not guilty. He has contradicted himself though—at one point he said he kept her alive for one day, another time for six days, and now three days. Mexico became the first state to require ignition interlock systems for drunk driver offenders. If can’t pass breathalyzer the car will not start. Snapping turtle in Germany bites a boy on the penis. They think the snapping turtle was somebody's pet. Tim Duncan MVP of Championship series. One of the beliefs of Scientology is that earthlings were invaded millions of years ago by alien souls sent from outer space. Scientology church has 8 million members—one of the fastest growing on earth. Newcomers start with “auditing” which is a cross between an interview and confession employing a rudimentary lie detector . .the goal is to learn about, target, and shed negative forces that blunt potential .. for a regular person the first step may be a free stress test. If you are just starting out you go through a “pre-clear” which is what Katy Holmes is—fiance of Tom Cruise. If you keep going you become a Thetan, knowledge of confidential teachings of scientology. Travolta is OT7, Cruise is OT6. One of the secrets revealed is the incident that led to the current evils of the earth—posted on internet.. a galactic shakeup 75 million years ago when an alien ruler sent billions of subjects to the planet to solve an overpopulation problem … these thetan souls dispersed and invaded humans.. scientology is the means by which one’s body’s thetans are purged. Scientology vehemently objects psychiatry and psychiatric drugs. Hence Tom Cruise’s criticism of Brooke Shields for taking Paxil for post-partum depression. It can cost up to $100,000 in donations to attain a level of OT. At National Championships a volunteer, Paul Suzuki, age 77, was hit in the head by a practice shot put and died. A twelve –year old Ethiopian gal was kidnapped and beaten by some men and some lions attacked the men, drove them away and then protected the gal. Is that a miracle? Bat bites from rabid bats have killed 11 people in Brazil in the last week. . June 24, 2005 Tom Cruise Told Matt Lauer from ABC’s Today Show that he (Matt) did not know the history of psychiatry but Cruise dows. Lauer said he knew people who had been helped by the medication Ritalin for attention deficit disorder, Cruise responded to Lauer that he (matt) was being “glib” , and told Matt that he (Matt) did not even know what Ritalin is if he was talking about chemical imbalance…and told him that he had evaluated the research on the subject..He also told Matt that one could be both Christian and Scientologist…and that Scientology is a religion because it is

dealing with the spirit and that that it provides tools for life… ..he talked about his engagement to Katy Holmes and previous marriages Mimi Rogers and Nicole Kidman which ended in divorce. Professor Stephen Kent of University of Alberta in Canada has written extensively about scientology, and tha the space invasion in the War of the Worlds has some similarities to scientology’s teaching of the Marcab Confederacy which he says is described in a church document as a group of planets ..a vast civilization …worse off than earth in many ways. The church’s website says that scientologists believe that the human soul is eternal and after death it is reincarnated. Kent says scientologists also teach the story of Xenu, a galactic warlord from 75 million years ago who buried billions of people from other planets in earths volcanos. The souls of these space creatures constantly interfere with the humans. One of the missions of scientology is to help shed these spirits. The website also mentions “Space Opera” which scientology says is the concept how over the course of millions of years, human reincarnations has been effected by space creatures. “ Space Opera has space travel, spaceships, spacemen, intergalactic travel, wars, conflicts, and other beings, other civilizations and societies, planets & galaxies. It is not fiction and concerns actual incidents.” Cruise says, “ I think it is supreme arrogance to think we are the only life form in the entire universe.” Three New Jersey Boys: Manny Jesstin Pagan age 5, Danny Agosto, age 6, and Annibal Juni Cruz age 11, vanished from their yard next to Annibals home on Monday evening. The car where they were found was parked in a driveway next to the yard. They were in the trunk—all three died from suffocation. Camden County, New Jersey. Billy Grahams last U.S. Crusade begins tonight in Flushing Meadows. Mother with quintuplets has been charged with endangering their welfare, leaving them alone with the four year old to take care of them for an hour and 20 minutes. Father is a truck driver, says that it is hard to make ends meet. Fire rages at St. Louis factory, homes evacuated. Russian space Cargo Ship from Intl. Space Station plunged into the Pacific Ocean after undocking from the state station. Another woman has come forward claiming that Bill Cosby was drugged and sexually assaulted by Cosby.. she has lined up eleven other women who will claim the same. Beth Ferrier from Denver claims that 21 years ago she had a brief fling with Cosby. She said he gave her coffee and then woke up in the back of her car alone, bra undone, … Ms. Canstane had already filed a civil suit saying Cosby drugged and assaulted her in January 2004 in his Philadelphia mansion. Women who eat Soya might lessen their chance to become pregnant. Soya can be found in everyday foods such as margarine, sauces, chocolate, meat substitutes, including vegeterian foods. Billy graham has fluid in the brain, prostrate cancer, and Parkinsons disease. June 25, 2005 Shaquille, O’Neal got his MBA from University of Phoenix. While playing for Lakers he would attend classes at the West LA. Campus. He left LSU without His bachelors degree, junior year, but went back and got it. Lakers move from Forum to Staples in ’99. Story of Moonlight Graham: On 6/29/05 Archibald Wright Graham made his lone appearance in the majors, never got to hit, left on deck, played only two innings, may not have even touched the ball, he went to right field as a late substitute. “went to right field for New York…” 20 year old rookie.. like a flash of moonlight he was gone.. story took a while to get around. Author W.P Kinsella to make such a part of the poetry and romance that celebrates the lore and lure of baseball..more than a decade after Graham died in 1965, the prize winning author was looking through his Baseball Enyclopedia that his father had given him.. it had stats for all major league players.. I was intrigued by the notation for Graham.. his 1982 novel “Shoeless Joe” was adapted into the ’89 film “Field of Dreams” and Moonlight was reborn.. eventually a couple of websites were dedicated to him and a scholarship fund dedicated to his honor. < Kinsella said he did not anticipate this could happen in a

TV interview with in British Columbia. . When the … scoreboard flickers with Graham seeking one at bat, he asks “…is there enough magic out there in the moonlight to make dreams come true?” Veta Ponikvar knew Graham for almost half a century in Minnesota.. he arrived around 1912 after the town placed an ad for a school doctor. She said he never boasted about his ball playing, nor his enchanting nickname. I guessed that it was because by the light of the moon that he practiced baseball. Some people said because he moonlighted as a doctor. No matter , she said that Bert Lancaster’s kindly portrayal was perfect. “I remember probably in 3rd grade when he inoculated me for scarlet fever” she said. “I still have the mark on my arm. Growing up I thought it was the most horrible thing. Later I th ought Oh Doc Graham you are pretty precious. You left your mark. Now in her mid 80’s she will be at the Metrodome this Wednesday to throw out the first ball before Kansas City plays Minnesota on Moonlight Graham Day. Just because of sheer luck… when Kinsella flipped through the encyclopedia he could have easily turned to a page for any of the other 900 players who only played in one major league game . “I had no back up “ kinsella said. “When I approach fiction writing and need facts, I invent them, so I would have invented a background for Moonlight Graham, but I am sure that nothing is as wonderful as the truth. It was a goldmine.” So what if he didn’t play in the last game of the season. And what if he didn’t bat left handed rather than right.? Or that he got sent down after his one big league game and spent three more years in the minors. Those blue hats he bought for his wife, Alicia—absolutely true..he said. He patted children to clear food stuck in their throats. Another fact: His younger brother, Frank Porter graham was a U.S. Senator for North Carolina. It’s a story that fans everywhere embraced, almost everyone. Barry Bonds, the slugger for the NY Giants says he doesn’t watch movies about what he does. However, Darrin Erstadt, Angels Star, says he has watched “Field of Dreams” twenty to thirty times. “It’s a special thing” he said, “Because it is the dream of a lot of kids out there. “ Bob Hegman’s one big league game came in August of ’85 when he replaced George Brett in the Kansas City infield in the 9th inning. “You wait for so long…just running on to the field was surreal” said Hegman, now an advance scout for the Twins. The Royals went on to win the World Series that year and they remembered him, sort of anyways, everybody asks did you get a ring? Heck no, all I got was a $100 check. I wished I had kept it and framed it but I needed to eat. “ Called up in Sept. ’79 Hargus made his lone appearance for Pittsburgh on the next-to-last day of the season . “You keep thinking, just let me in one game, so my name can get in the book” he said. “When you do, it’s just like the movie. Your eyes light up. You never want that night to end. You just want to play ball like when you were a kid.” At least Kevin Morgan got to bat… after floating to the plate he popped up in ’97 for the New York Mets. “Definitely I thought there would be more opportunities “said Morgan, now the director of minor league operations. “But as it turned out that was the only one.” Which is more than Mickey Harrington got in his lone outing with Philadelphia in ’63. “I was expecting to at least get an at bat” he said, “ I was 6’4, 205 pounds, and it was disappointing to be used as a pinch runner. I figured someone else would pick me. I thought I would get another chance but I never did.” Archie Graham never got to bat in the majors either but he was a pretty good hitter for three years in the minors…manager John McGraw invited him to Spring Training in 1905 but Graham declined because he wanted to finish medical school. According to extensive research by bill Moose (?) for Society of Baseball Research, Graham finally made his debut in Washington Park built before…now a depot for the Con Edison Power Co. –in a game against the Superbas (the forerunners of the Dodgers) Graham replaced Stuart Brown in right field for the bottom of the 8th inning. Nothing was hit his way and he was left on deck in the 9th when Pitcher Claude Elliot flied out. Bottom Half Graham may have gotten a play when batter singled presumably to right field. He was batting left against the right Elliot and perhaps he pulled it in Graham’s direction, but there is simply no record of where the ball went. It is possible that he may have touched it, Moose said. No telling for sure though. AP Sportswriter Jamie McCauley and AP Freelance Write Joel Resnick contributed to this story. June 27, 2005

Billionaire John Walton, second son of Sam Walton the founder of Wal Mart, and a Walmart board member died Monday when his small ultralight airplane crashed shortly after takeoff from the Jackson Hole, WY airport. Walton was ranked 11th on Forbes most recent list of worlds richest people. He was listed as being worth 18.2 billion. He had served in the U.S. Army Green Berets as a medic and had been given a Silver Star in Vietnam. Man wins sauna contest by staying in a sauna for four minutes and fifty-two seconds at a temperature of 110 celsius or 230 fahrenheit. Andreas Kramp from Lemgo, Western Germany. Spielberg has seven children. Angels win their 7th straight game and hold a 7 1/2 lead in the AL west. Supreme Court rules that religious symbols such as statutes, monuments, plaques, etc. in federal courthouses are allowed only if they are not promoting a specific religion or faith. Simone Simmons wrote a book called Diana: The Last Word about Princess Diana and says that she had an relationship with JFK Jr. and also claims that Diana once tried cocaine and hated it so much she vowed to help druggies overcome their addictions. June 29, 2005 Record for longest life lived is 122 year old Jeanne Louise Calment who died in 1997. Surfers made a new record in Carlsbad CA by surfing the same wave simultaneously …they had to stay up for at least 5 seconds simultaneously , 40 surfers at same time,. Woman whose marriage was cancelled 12 days prior—knew they were going to be billed so they threw a party for the homeless, menu of beef, salmon, shrimp cocktail. United Church of Christ is poised to become the largest Christian denomination to endorse same sex marriages.. over 1000 clergy/seminarians are gay in the UCC, out of 10,000 total. Reverend Libby Tigner ministery of the 1st Congregational United Church of Christ in Long Beachsponsored the measure. . July 1 is Canada Day. Luther Vandross, the singer, dies in New York. He sold over 25 million albums in his career. Shark bit ankle of Austrian tourist, Armin Toaja (?) in Florida as he stood chest deep in the Gulf of Mexico and was brought to Fort Myers hospital—this incident happened 200 miles from where the shark took a boys leg and 350 miles from where a shark took a gals life. The BTK serial killer will be allowed to receive letters from the media and will be allowed to talk to a woman who is writing a book about his life story. Mustang Ranch—“Best little whorehouse in the west” is re-opening west of Reno with the name “World famous Brothel: Wild Horse Resort & Spa” –five miles east of the old mustang site. Jodi Huisentruit, anchor of the morning news in Mason City Iowa (northern Iowa) , disappeared ten years ago, police have never found her. ON June 27, 1995 she did not show up at the studio at 5 a.m. as scheduled after her assistant had called her and woke her up. The assistant waited and waited but didn’t call the police until a few hours later when she didn’t show up at all (7 a.m.), the police went to her apartment and in the parking lot there was evidence of a struggle. Live 8 Concert is in London, Philadelphia, Johannesberg, Berlin, Tokyo, and other places across the world raising awareness for poverty and debt in Africa—name given to mimic the G8 gathering of the world’s wealthiest countries (taking place this week). The goal is to get 25 billion in relief aid for Africa –from the countries leaders.. Bob Geldof is leading the efforts. Former governors Gray Davis, Jerry Brown, and Pete Wilson were at the mayoral inauguration.Brown is now the mayor of Oakland. Former secretary of state Warren Christopher was also present at the inauguration. When people booed Gov. Arnold, the new mayor said “Angelenos, there will be civility today.” Chase of a drunken driver ended at Bellflower Blvd & Spring St. , the driver died. Man in riverside county kidnapped two destitute or homeless or mentally challenged women with the promise of free room and board and then used them as sex slaves, giving them drugs.. and holding them captives until one broke away and called the police The CHP information number is 800-427-7623. Man is making a comic book based on the name of the city, Hell, in Michigan

July 2, 2005 Federer will play roddick in the finals at Wimbledon on Sunday. Federer, from Sweden, defeated Roddick in last years final. Federere needs this victor to join Pete Sampras and Bjorn Borg as the only men since 1936 to win three consecutive wimbledon titles. Roddick won the 2003 U.S. Open, his only major so far. He’s 1-8 against Federer including losses in the past four matches. Arnold has a cigar tent outside the capitol bldg and the legislators tried to shut it down, to which he responded by calling them “childish.” Venus Williams beat Lindsay Davenport at Wimbledon for her 3rd Wimbledon Championship. At one point they had a 25 shot exchange, the longest point in the longest women’s Wimbledon final in records. Venus is ranked #14 or was before Wimbledon. She hadn’t won a tournament in 13 months. She’s lost the last five grand slam finals all to her sister.225 pm.: The Netherlands is sending three jets to Aruba to help in the search for Natalie Holloway. San Diego Congressman is being investigated for rule violations. Lance Armstrong is 2nd overall in the Tour de France.. over 2000 miles to go.. his girlfriend is Sheryl Crow, the rock star. Jim Furyk wins the Western Open in Illinois—holding off Tiger Woods’ late July 4, 2005 Bush was in West Virginia on July 4 morning. NASA venture to hit the comet was successful but pics are not in yet. Mysterious column of water vapor shot up out of the sea near Iwo Jima Japan…they think it is an underwater volcano. Oceanic scientists in Hawaii were going to a reef area to retrieve nets which could inadvertently capture seals and in so doing their boat hit a reef and sunk… all persons on board were rescued. …and the boat started leaking oil. Kjell Inge Roekke a billionairie industrialist (Norway?) is getting 30 days in jail for fraudulently obtaining a boat captain’s license. … Michigan family scores high in the cherry pit spitting championship in Eu claire Michigan (southwest MI)—the Krause family—all won or were on top of their divisions… Redneck Games in Georgia “bobbing for pig feet, mudpit bellyflop, armpit seranade, “ 95, 000 attended in the first decade… in East Dublin Georgia. Between Macon & Savanaah. 15,000 attended last year. Next Saturday is the 10th annual Mudpit Bellyflop judges people on their flabby form and sonic splat as they drop gut first in the muddy water. Armpit seranade rates children on their musical skills pumping air with a damp hand beneath their underarm. There’s also hubcap hurling, and redneck horsehoes played with toilet seats. The publisher of Redneck magazine sees this event as an example, alongside the popularity of country music, and the comedy television show Blue Collar TV, of folks embracing their inner good ol’ boy without the baggage of racist stereotypes. He said when he started a redneck was a guy whose hobby was hanging people from trees but “now most rednecks I know are just hard working people who like BBQ’s and the outdoors” The top rim or dome of Mt. St Helens fell into the crater today. Deep Impact Collission supposed to take place at 1052 pm pst. On July 3… ten minutes before 11. One person likened the collision between standing in the middle of the road and being hit by a semi truck going 23,000 mph. If the comet is porous like a sponge the impact should create a stadium sized crater…this would suggest that the comets interior holds some of the pristine materials of the early solar system….but if the comet is packed like a snowball…the crater formed would be much smaller. Another scenario is that the comet is so porous that most of the impact’s energy is absorbed, creating an even smaller but deeper crater. They have less than 15 minutes to snap images from the cosmic collission before it is bombarded by a desert of debris.. the comet which is supposed to be hit by deep

impact is traveling at 23, 000 mph, the equivalent of traveling from New York to Los Angeles in less than 6.5 minutes. The Hubble, Chandra, Spitzer, Galex, Swas…and other space telescopes will all be recording the event. Europe’s Rosetta spacecraft will also be observing. .. the best place to view the impact is in Hawaii. A comet is different from an asteroid …an asteroid is composed of metal & rocky material, …formed much closer to the sun. …an asteroid is also known as a “minor planet” .. comets are further from the sun. Three restaurants in Pasadena robbed—Roscoes House of Chicken & Waffles.. Kevin Hall Pasadena Police Lt said.. thirty minutes later they were at Marie Callendars.. says three but they only specify two. New “Facebook” online student directory. July 5, 2005 Lance Armstrong takes lead .. Long standing Rock formation known as the “12 apostles” off the coast of Australia—crumbled before tourists eyes..never to be back again in Southern Ocean. Angeline Jolie, age 30, is adopting a baby Ethiopian girl. She already has a son by the name of Maddox , age 3, who she adopted from Cambodia. The new baby gal will be named Zahara. President of the Philippines faces election fraud charges. July 6, 2005 London is chosen for 2012 Olympics, Paris is runner up. Angels win. Tigers win Homeless ex-convict is accused of killing a 56 year old woman in a parking garage, suburban mall, who said he killed her because he is fighting a race war and she was white. The man, Philip Grant, age 43, appeared at a court hearing Tuesday in shackles and a bullet –proof vest …A 45 minute video tape played during the hearing …Grant told police “All I knew was that she had blonde hair, blue eyes, and she had to die..” Grant said Connie Russo Carriero was not an innocent victim because she was white. Russo Carriero, a legal secretary, and mother of two grown children was stabbed to death last Wednesday afternoon while walking to her car in a parking garage, next to the Galleria Mall. She was buried Tuesday. Grant was charged with second degree murder and weapons possession. Grant said he was sick of being harassed on the street for being a registered sex offender. He also claimed that Westchester County never helped him with his mental problems. He said he was not remorseful for his actions and would hurt other white people if he could Neighbor called police re. Fight at OJ simpsons house claiming his girlfriend was beating OJ..on Takeoff there’s a thing called the Bernoulli Effect..that’s the wind in the wings… should produce lift. But until the wings are canted upwards Bernoulli’s Effect wont’ produce enough upward force to lift the plane off the ground. Pilots compute a certain speed for every takeoff based on the weight of the plane and other factors in order to determine the best possible time to raise the nose of the plane. ..the instrument approach is the way they land and it is a series of pathways and precise altitudes and directions on a piece of paper called the approach plate(?) or plane (?) which if followed carefully will absolutely guarantee a safe approach to the airport’s runway. People are comparing Johnny Depp in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Michael Jackson..saying Depp looks like a woman too. IN Germany a plane inadvertently landed on top of a speeding Porsche at a local airport The driver slammed on the brakes upon feeling impact on top of the vehicle causing both the plane and the car to crash. Brush fire in Palmdale. Six blasts rocked London’s underground to coincide with the beginning of the G-8 Summit. The national Guard in Sacramento has been accused of spying on people—the unit known as Information Synchronization Knowledge Management Intelligence Fusion Program . July 7, 2005

One of Billy Graham’s daughters, Virginia Graham Foreman, age 59, was arrested and charged with domestic abuse after witnesses said she choked her husband in the parking lot. Her husband said the observers misunderstood the incident. First one turkey jumped to its death and then 1500 others followed over the cliff—four hundred of them dying on impact. The others fall was softened by the pile up and survived—in Turkey. July 10, 2005 210 Freeway—car-to-car shooting. Hollywood subway shut down for a few hours due to a bomb scare. Two planes collide in Canada—imitating dog fight in an air show—both pilots died. Wife of a man last name Gehring two kids Philip & Sara—the man killed and buried them somewhere along the I-80 maybe around Iowa City. Then the man commit suicide in jail while waiting for trial. She has not found the burial site yet. July 11, 2005 History Professor Peter de Agostino was beaten to death in Oak Park IL, no suspects. And then just a few days ago a college student in Illinois was beaten to death by two other students—apparently beaten to death with a bike lock. Tombol malik, age 23, was beaten to death near the University of Illinois Wim Kok former president of the Netherlands was blamed for sending unprepared and not enough troops to Srebrenica… the Netherland troops ended up just watching the Serbs take Muslim boys and fathers to be executed. 8000 Serbs were killed in an act of genocide …that was in July of ’95 and was one of the reasons there was pressure on Kok to retire. July 12, 2005 4 year old boy Jacob Deats climbed in a duffle bag by the curb and was tossed into the truck in Wisconsin, the driver heard him just before the compactor went in to action. July 13-14, 2005 Gov. Arnold makes 8.15 million over 5 years to serve as editor of two muscle magazines. Craig Hutto , age 17, who lost his leg while fishing in Cape San Blas—due to a shark attack, is on the way home after two weeks in the hospital. Prominent Islamic scholar in Alexandria Virginia who exhorted his followers after the Sept 11, 2001attacks to join the taliban and fight U.S. Troops was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison. Ali al-timimi was convicted in April of soliciting treason and inducing others to aid the Taliban and others to use firearms in violation of Federal law. …he was a U.S. Native, born here and frequently spoke at a small mosque in Falls Church, Virginia. Woman in Canada fell off a sailboat and swam for nine hours—saved with fifteen minutes of giving up she said. Near the Fraser River in Vancouver. “Cooter” one of the stars from the old Dukes of Hazard show , is urging Dukes of Hazard fans not to go to the movie because it contains profanity and sexual content. Housing boom in South Central Los Angeles where the riots were in ’92 ..apparently a lot of houses and condominiums are being built. South Central has been officially renamed South Los Angeles. Criminal Case against John Rutter for allegedly trying to extort money from Cameron Diaz .. threatening to expose her with topless photos of herself before she became a real star. Boise Idaho –woman pled guilty to scalping a mohawk wearing teenage gal.. blaming the attack on mental illness and drug addiction. Prosecutors said she tied up the 15-year old gal and used a 4 inch knife to cut away the entire crown and back portion of the gals scalp. The gal spent two weeks in a hospital while doctors used skin from her thigh to cover the patch of missing skin. The perpetrator

took the gal to the hospital after scalping her. … Tropical Storm Emily is near Dominican Republic. Could touch in southern Texas. Rapper Eminem’s tour bus turned over on the highway in Odessa Missouri, hitting two trucks, ..11 people were injured. Eminem was not in the bus at the time. His “Anger Management “Tour was expected to continue nonetheless. Wesley Snipes in trouble in South Africa for having forged travel documents. Man in New Zeeland was fined for removing a condom while having sexual intercourse with a prostitute. Prostitution apparently is legal but protection is required by law. London Bombings –the person they believe to be the mastermind for building the bombs has been captured in Cairo Egypt. Bastille Day in France is a celebration of the 1789 storming of the former Bastille Prison in paris by Angry crowds sparking the revolution that rid France of its monarchy. IN 2002 a gunman tried to shoot President Chirac on a July 14 Bastille Day parade. The president was not hurt. The potential assassin was sentenced to ten years in prison (only ten years?). July 15, 2005 Hurricane Emily approaching Southern Texas Northeast Mexico … Saturday Evening July 16, 2005 Lance Armstrong has a 1 ½ minute lead in the Tour de France… Red shirt freshman in Missouri— collapsed in a pre-season workout.. no reason known. Rumors about Pat Riley, the current Heat president, returning to the coaching position, but he says he is not. Stan Van Gundy remains the coach. Riley has won 1, 110 regular season games, 155 playoff games, and led the Lakers to championships in 82, ’85, 87, , and ’88. He also coached the Knicks from ’91 to ’95 , and the Heat from ’95 to 2003. The original policeman in the 1970’s rock group “The Village People” was arrested for drug and gun possession and driving without a license in Daly City south of San Francisco. . There was also a $15,000 outstanding warrant for his arrest. HE tried to lie about his name and residence. /45 caliber handgun, rock cocaine and drug paraphenelia. He posted $100,000 bail. Attorney Gerry Spence is representing the Islamic lawyer who is now suing the federal government in regards to him being arrested and detained for two weeks as they investigated the Madrid bombings. Spence says the Feds intentionally misled the judge in order to get a warrant for his arrest. July 17, 2005 Trinity Site in Los Alamos Mexico marks the spot where the 1st atomic bomb was tested in July, 1945. Teeball coach allegedly paid one of his players to hurt an 8-year-old disabled boy in order to keep him out of the game. League rules require that all players play at least two innings. The coach allegedly got so competitive he wanted the disabled boy on the sidelines. Mark Downs Jr. of Dunbar age 27, was the coach. Hillary Clinton is trying to get some legal action against the video game called “Grand Theft Auto” because of the sexual content.. (and its for kids). Biblical segment (parchment) found in Israel—verses from Leviticus on it. St. Cyprian New Mega Church can handle 16,000 at a the Houston Rockets former arena (Lakewood Church Joel Osteen, in Texas, the former Compaq Center. Averages more than 30,000 weekly, $75 million to complete renovations, added five more stories to make room. (Article by Kristy Rieken ) Civilian Border Patrol in California based in El Campo 40 miles east of San diego. Bethany Christian Services in Mississippi is under fire for not allowing Catholic parents to adopt from them. This man by the name of Duncan (last name) who killed the family members in Idaho and kidnapped the youngest boy & gal killing the boy and finally being caught with the gal at a Dennys apparently had been imprisoned before for molestation—he raped a boy at gunpoint when he was seventeen years old.

Later he developed a homosexual relationship with a man in Washington who wrote to the parole board and tried to convince them that Duncan was okay, a decent fellow. Later a fellow by the name of Wacksman—who was married with two young children, tried to convince the parole board to allow Duncan to live with his family. Some people gave him money for bail after he got out and was arrested again.. somebody wrote a $15,000 check for him. And then he did this and finally got caught again. He should get death. Angels win. Miss America Contest has had a significant decline in TV audience –from 30 million ten or fifteen years 9 million a few years ago. And now the Networks are not even hosting the pageant. Country Music TV (CMT) is taking it and will change the date to January. Tiger Woods wins the British Open , his 10th Major title, and second Grand Slam.Jack Nicolaus is the only other pro golfer to have won two grand slams and also leads all golfers with 18 career majors, which many people thought nobody would ever break or even come close to. Caretakers of gardens in Leland, MI wanted an attention-getting way to raise money. They had twelve men pose nude –with carefully placed props.. including the school superintendent Michael_________(near Traverse City, MI). Estimated 1590 wild pandas in China. 105 year old survivor of nazis Dachua concentration camp and his wife have earned the title of worlds oldest living couple. Herbert and Magda Brown live in Philadelphia. July 18, 2005 Deborah Lafave, a middle school reading teacher around Tampa Bay , is pleading insanity to having sex numerous times with a 14 year old male student. …once in a classroom , once at her house, and once in a vehicle while his cousin drove the car. Thailand is about ready to declare a state of emergency because of Muslim uprisings in the country. Two navy Fighter jets collided in mid-air over the Mojave Desert. Both pilots survived apparently but were hospitalized in serious condition. Whirlpool wants to buy Maytag for 1.37 billion . Hurricane Emily roars through Cancun, Cozumel. Etc. Acura Integra’s are the most highly stolen car. Dogs at Capitol Hill to raise awareness about the danger of coolant and antifreeze—and the sweet soda-like taste it has—but can be deadly to dogs and other animals who drink it. 10,000 dogs are killed annually and 1400 kids sickened each year because of it. California & Oregon already have laws concerning using a “bitter” additive to give it a bad taste. Denatonium benzoate makes it bitter. Michael Zucchet, San Diego’s acting mayor, was found guilty of conspiracy, extortion, and fraud on his first business day in office. San Diego has lost a few mayors in succession. Zucchet and a councilman was convicted of taking illegal campaign cash from a strip club owner to help repeal a no touch law. They also returned guilty verdicts against former Clark County Nevada Lance Malone who worked for strip club owner Michael Galardi in their effort to repeal San diego’s no touch law. Zuchett and the councilman were accused of taking $34,000 in cash bribes. Both age 35. Murphy , a 62 year old former judge, who served 4 ½ years as Mayor , resigned in the face of questions regarding his handling of the deficit-ridden pension fund. City officials in Chicago are now being charged with corruption and falsifying test scores to make sure certain people get hired. Hot in Phoenix 116 degrees yesterday. 125 in Needles CA. Boy in Minnesota who shot and killed two other boys in a school was convicted of 1st Degree Murder despite his insanity plea. Piece of tape in Aruba found with blond hair on it … they are sending it to the Netherlands for testing and to the FBI in the US. The father of Natalie Holloway is planning on leaving Aruba and returning to Mississippi. He gave the father of Joran Vandersloot a Bible and some inspirational Christian literature. July 19, 2005

8 year old boy kills his infant sister—hitting her with a 2 by 4 .. on May 22, He could be sent to juvenile until age 21. He said he didn’t like her getting all the attention and she wouldn’t stop crying. Counselors at a state-run wilderness camp for troubled boys are charged with murder for restraining a boy to the extent that he died. White County. Appalachian Wilderness Camp in Cleveland, North Georgia Mts. Those three new Jersey Boys who suffocated in the car trunk may have been trapped alive for at least 13 hours. Dark chocolate is good for one’s health as long as it has flavonoids. Flavonoids can also be found in tea, onions, soy, and wine. It should have cocoa in it.. and not “dutch processed.” Man on grey hound bus from Dallas to LA. On the freeway in Ontario, CA asked the bus driver to pull over so he could get off. The bus driver refused to pull over so the man went back to his seat, opened the emergency window and jumped out while the bus was going 65 mph. He was immediately killed by traffic. Pistons don’t want Coach Brown back. They’re letting him go. He’s been there for two years, gave them a championship the first year. July 20, 2005 Stephen white singlehandedly defeated the push to move all major port business from L.A. to Santa Monica. He opened the way for the federally constructed breakwater that transformed the extensive mud flats of San Pedro.. leading to the port of L.A. First European explorer to see the coast California. Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo … landed in 1522 on the beach that bears his name. London experienced more bombings today—no deaths or injuries reported. Denver has a total ban on pit bulls. , even if they just look like it.. they can take them without question.. and they are doing so at a rate of three per day.. putting them to death. Hillary Clinton was successful in getting the video game “Grand theft Auto” classified as “adult only.” Supreme Court nominee John Roberts grew up a stone’s throw away from Lake Michigan. 30 miles outside Chicago.his dad worked at a steel mill..he worked there too as part of the “executives children “ program. Not an elitist ivy league blue blood, “just a regular midwest guy”.. Long Beach Chicago? His dad was an electrical engineer who later became a plant manager. Roberts excelled in academics, played football, and was editor of the school newspaper. He graduated in ’73.. from high school, attended Harvard for undergrad and law degree. Indiana Police questioned Magdalenz Lopez , age 30, after her two sons were found , one age 9, the other age 2, both died of multiple head injuries. Wild dogs have been marauding animals at the Indianapolis Zoo.. at least one of the dogs, however, had a collar. Condoleeza Rice went to sudan and some of her people were roughed up by some of Sudan’s security at the presidents house. She visited Danfur where there’s been a massacre of poor rural people— genocide. Teenager was planning a massacre at his high school Andrew Osantowski … Chippewa Valley High. —sentenced to 4 ½ years in prison. Man arrested after shoot-out—fatal shoot out, police say he admitted that he threw a hand grenade at President Bush –VladimirAretyunian …investigators found grenades in his home in Tbilisi—in the country of Georgia—one of the police officers was killed in the shootout. Brad Pitt, the actor, accepted a check for $250,000 on behalf of the Film Foundation Inc. at the Hollywood Forum Press Assoc in Beverly Hills. . Other stars included Kevin Bacon, Jesse Bradford, Peter Falk, … Sally Field. Lance Armstrong holds the lead with three days remaining. Elizabeth Wallenberg, age 28, fell off her skateboard in New York –Manhattan, and on to a manhole —which apparently was very hot—a cover over a steampipe at 2nd and 13th in East Village, causing permanent burn marks on her left arm, about which she is suing the city.

Man in Philadelphia was walking around naked at 9th & Market at 5 pm. Accosted by police officer, officer shot the man after he attacked the officer. The man then took the officers car and hit a bus. Andre Kasechenkin, a cycler in the Tour De France, was hit in the face by a spectator during the 16th stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday…unclear whether it was intentional or otherwise. His nose started bleeding but he was able to continue. July 22, 2005 Scientists now say the earthquake that caused the Indonesian tsunami … they estimate the Indian plate slipped 33 to 50 feet and that it lasted .. the fault shook for at least 8 minutes, whereas the typical earthquakes lasts about 8 seconds. Angels beat yankees—second game in a row. July 23, 2005— The terror suspect in London who was killed by London police, turned out not to be linked to terror at all—the London police treated him as suspicious because he came out of a house they had under surveillance—was wearing a overcoat and they chased him on to the subway—but despite the fact that the man was already in the grasp of the police—they shot him in the head and torso and killed him. !!! New system used by LAPD to identify bad cops—developed by Sierra Systems Group along with Bearing Point… it combines databases of complaints, pursuits, lawsuits , use of force..and other records that might be overlooked or ignored by supervisors or judges .. in the past much of that data only existed on paper spread across bureaus, making it difficult to compile. July 26, 2005 Aruba is draining a lake in hopes of finding Natalie Holloways body. 22 year old man married a 13 year old gal in Kansas, but then when they went to Nebraska—and he is being charged and prosecuted for having sex with a minor. He’s married to the gal. OJ Simpson has been ordered to pay $25,000 to DirectTV for bootlegging broadcasts—he was caught using the bootleg devices at his home in Miami. Garlic Festival in Gilroy CA this weekend. In January there are lettuce days in Yuma (CA or AZ). In Encino? Tomato mania. Stockton has asparagus festival. Testical festival in Missoula Festival— celebrating Rocky Mt Oysters. On Sept 16. Wisconsin has a national Mustard Museum. Mt. Horeb Mustard Museum. Ohio has sauerkraut festival on Oct 8. Washington has the lentil festival Aug 19. IN April—on weekends there’s the salsa festival in Scotsland AZ. Collinsville IL has a ketchup celebration, every June. Michelle Kramer was a 25 year old graduate student when she met mark Weinberger, an Ivy league educated doctor who had been married twice before.. he had a medical practice, seemed to be doing well, he was taking her on trips.. and then on a trip to Greece on Sept 24, 2004 she woke up to discover he was gone, and it turns out, Weinnberger, age 42, is alive and is on the run. His patients had filed over 330 medical malpractice suits. His clinic was more than 6 million dollars in debt. His physicians license in Indiana was revoked in May, 2005. July 27, 2005 Estranged couple with 12 children has split up after husband admitted he was gay. Mum Alina Look dumped her husband, Hannes, after the shocking revelation. Hannes had announced he was leaving the family home for another man. He told his wife that he made her pregnant only so that she would have something to do.

She's under arrest for child endangerment, after authorities said she abandoned her son on the Capitol Beltway in Washington D.C. and then struck the baby with the car when he tried to get back in. Channoah Alec Green, age 22, of Newport News Virginia, abandoned the boy alongside the highway. As she attempted to drive off, the boy tried to get back in but was knocked down, leading to the hit-and-run-charges. The shuttle discovery lost a large chunk of foam debris upon takeoff despite the lengthy efforts since the Columbia disaster to prevent such a mishap. The same problem could have occurred had the chunk of debris hit the Discovery in the same way it hit the Columbia. There were no signs yet that the Discovery was damaged by the falling debris. NASA now says, however, that there will be no future flights until that hazard is fixed. The damage caused during the Columbia lift off led to a plate-size hole in one of the wings, which allowed super-heated gas into the wing (I thought previously they said it was a dime-sized hole). Former city commissioner in Miami recently indicted on corruption charges shot himself in the lobby of the Miami Herald on Wednesday—shot in the mouth. He came to the Miami Herald and told somebody to pass on a message to a reporter telling the reporter Jim Defede to pass on to his wife that he loves her. The judge waived the usual 60 day waiting period and granted a divorce to the wife of the BTK serial killer, Dennis Rader, agreeing that her mental health was in danger. Dennis did not contest the divorce. He signed the couples property and all of his retirement benefits over to his wife. They had been married for 34 years. Boyscouts fall sick as they wait for the president to speak at a luncheon. The president had to postpone the engagement because of lightning. ..a few days prior—some boyscout leaders were killed when a tent was set up by an electrical wire that subsequently caused the tent to start on fire. In Alaska? July 29, 2005 Now they are digging through a landfill. ..trying to find the body of Natalie Halloway, and they are trying to get a court order allowing them to get a dna sample of the Vandersloot boy, which the judge so far has denied. A woman shot her two young sons and herself at the family home ..killing two-year old Brody Gollob, and three year old Brayden Gollob…the two older siblings, age 10 & 13, ran next door to call police. When they came back they found their mother, Rachella Stark, lying wounded in an upstairs bedroom… she was taken to a DesMoines Hospital where she later died. This African American , Teale, an influential person for the Republicans for transportation for black people.. during the Reagan administration.. who recently was under attack for corruption.. took his life at the Miami Herald Building this week… shooting himself in the mouth. Danger of the choking game—kids trying to get a rush in their head by squeezing off the oxygen … problem that some are using ropes and strings.. and don’t get the string off in time. When their bodies are found it looks like suicide. July 30, 2005 “People can stroll along Michigan’s 3200 miles of Great Lakes Beaches whether they are lakefront property owners or not.. Supreme court ruled unanimously, siding with Joan M. Glass, …who sued the neighbors for access to the Lake Huron waterfront, …the neighbors said she was trespassing… . The justices disagreed over the appropriate boundary of the public area but a five member majority held that the public can wander anywhere between the waters edge and the ordinary high water mark. The decision overturned an appeals court ruling that the state owns the land but that owners

of adjacent property have exclusive use of it and can kick others out. It’s a tremendous victory for the public interest and for Michigan’s economy, much of which is based on tourism and access to Great Lake Beaches said Keith Schneider, deputy director of the Michigan Land Use Institute. The Bottom line is that there is a stretch that the public has a right to use said Pamela Burt, attorney for Glass. …story by John Flesher A riptide is caused by a sandbar that creates an artificial pond—between the sandbar and the shore —but when there’s a break in the sandbar.. the water can flow out back to sea..sometimes as fast as 8 mph..when the current starts pulling them out sometimes they panic. In Walton County Florida—a panhandle beach.. on a Sunday in 2003.. which they now call “Black Sunday” eight people died from a riptide. Teenage boy disappeared from the Yankees/Angels game.. in New York.. police searched the stadium, nearby stores and restaurants but did not find him. He disappeared during the 7th inning stretch. Majelique Lewis of Stamford CT.. A Suspect in the London terrorist attack bombings Saturday admitted to a role in the bombing but said it was only intended to be an attention grabbing strike. Not a deadly one. Osman Hussain told interrogators he wasn’t carrying enough explosive even to harm people nearby. A sister-in-law and her boyfriend were arrested for murder of a 39 year old businessman who won a $20 million dollar lottery a few years ago—and who had moved to Florida and opened a popcorn shop –Cassies Popcorn Shop. Famine in Niger. Prostitution is legal in germany in some places.. and they are gearing up for the World Cup next year.. including a 60 room brothel near the stadium. Sarajevo Christians are flocking to a northwestern Bosnia town to view an image of Jesus Christ—that apparently appeared in a part of a cut tree branch… pilgrims have been streaming to the tree—leaving money, cutting off bark.. and lighting candles. Lyric sheet for “All you need is love” used by John Lennon in 1967 was sold for 1.04 million at an auction on Monday. Gal working for the BBC at the time John Lennon dropped it on the stage— retrieved the manuscript from beneath his music stand at the time and provided a letter of authenticity for the sale. July 31, 2005 An interesting study done re. How much methanol and ethanol a cow emits.. the repercussions being similar to that of a car that emits too much smog—it could cost the farmer per cow. Kara Hurt in Ohio—convicted of theft by deception—received money from people after falsely telling them she had cancer. .. she set herself on fire yesterday and died. More mosquitos feed on Robins than Crows —a surprising study.. for West Nile Virus repurcussions. Singh wins the Buick Open in Grand Blanc Michigan—defeating Tiger woods by a few strokes. .. “What the Hack?” Conference in the netherlands for computer programmers.. Agassi won his 4th Los Angeles title defeating Gyles Muller in straight sets—the Mercedes Benz Cup final. Agassi’s 60th career title.. Angels lose for the 6th time in 7 the Yankees. Boy convicted of intentionally vomiting on his teacher has been sentenced to cleaning out police cars anytime somebody vomits in one for four months. Robin Doulin Kansas City suburb age 31 leaned out of her fast moving car to spit.. and went tumbling out on to the US 71.. and to the amazement of other drivers she hopped up and chased her car as it went down the embankment towards a construction site..—released with minor injuries. King Fahd of Saudi Arabia died. Spacewalk for repairs? Palmero , first baseman for the Baltimore Orioles, who just got his 3000th hit a few weeks ago.. has now been suspended for 10 games for testing positive to steroids.

Bolton expected to get ambassador nomination. Harvard board member resigns in protest of the salary raise of the Harvard President. Man who spent 19 years in prison for a rape he did not commit was released today after DNA tests cleared him of wrong doing. The judge dismissed charges against Thomas A. Doswell who had been convicted of the rape…thirty minutes later he walked out of the jail, expressing thanks not bitterness saying the the court system is not perfect but it works, justice has been served.. Doswell, age 46 , was convicted of the1986 rape of a 48 year old woman at a hospital in Pittsburg. At the time he was the father of two young children,. ,,, he was sentenced from 13 to 26 years in prison and was denied parole four times because he refused to accept responsibility for the crime. Fisherman found the laptop computer in the river where the court prosecutor, Gricar, disappeared. Embattled nominee John Bolton has finally been installed as the ambassador for the United Nations on Monday—Bush appointing him during a congressional recess after a five month standoff with democrats. …who though the tough talking conservative was unfit for the job. Bush has made 106 recess appointments, many of the judges. Bolton is the highest of the recess appointees, and the first recess appointee for UN ambassador. Joan Bacall says Tom Cruise’s behavior is vulgar—using his private personal life—upcoming marriage to Katie Holmes to sell his movie. Matthew Huff says a sea lion bit a chunk out of his boogie board.. riding board off the northern end of the Morro Strand state beach. Golden retriever makes 1.2 mile swim from Alcatraz to the shore— the only dog among 500 swimmers. Stabbing outside Dodger Stadium.. security guards confronted persons selling illegal shirts—and somebody pulled a knife, and a few were stabbed. August 2, 2005 Truck melted, burned to pieces, carcass of 18 wheeler along 605 at Whittier.. linen in freeway 605 and Washington.. chicago Carpenter should be stripped of U.S. Citizen ship because he was a member of a police unit that helped Nazis round up Ukranian Jews . Judge Samuel Der-yeghiayan is conducting the trial of OSYP FIRISHCHAK, age 86. …. Jet crash in Toronto—no fatalaties 309 passengers. 14 hurt. 16 year old girl missing since Friday was found stabbed to death …and dismembered, and police say that the killer lived next door… Jonathon Zarati, age 18 ..who appeared in Morris County Court, Randolph, New Jersey. August 4-5, 2005 Astronaut Stephen Robinson removed two pieces of filler material from the shuttles belly on Wednesday, but now may have to fix another trouble spot—a torn thermal blanket near the cockpit window could cause problems (although now , a day later, NASA says they consider it “negligible.” ) … . Baby Giant Panda born at San Diego zoo—weighed four ounces, the size of a stick of butter, gender unknown. The other one died. It’s difficult to breed pandas in the zoo because they are only in heat one or two days per year. Man pulling his infant daughter out of the car was killed in an apparent case of road rage by a motorist who “exploded” and shot at him four times at close range in front of a dozen witnesses. The two month old girl was covered with blood but unharmed. The man with the gun, age 60, who was taking medication for depression was charged with 1st Degree murder for the death of 27 year old _______ Andrade. The man told investigators that he was driving his wife to the train station when Andrade’s vehicle backed toward him on Main St. The two exchanged heated words. After dropping his wife off he returned to the scene of the confrontation point, pointed the handgun at Andrade through an open window and fired four shots (town of Brockton, state not given, maybe MA), Martha Stewart’s home confinement has been extended three weeks—reason not given. Some scientists are hopeful that they can, in the future, change the weather—such as hurricane weather… one far-fetched notion has to do with beaming microwave energy from satellites to the

water—warming the water so that it does not act as a catalyst to the hurricane (which mixes with the water—and the water actually “fuels” the hurricane to a certain extent—but cannot if it is not the right temperature). , the other idea is to layer the water with a coat of oil thereby making it difficult for the hurricane to pick up water –because the oil slows the evaporation process. Berkeley scientists say that there is an interesting link between stormy season and high winds—as the winds sweep up droplets of water …and expends them in the air , that layer of wet air acts as a lubricant , according to the model, thus allowing wind to pick up speed. …the way to reduce that effect, says mathematician Alexandre Chorin , is to reduce the size of the water droplets—that’s what the proverbial seamen were doing whether they knew it or not when they coated the water with oil. …it may be possible for a fleet of aircraft to spray the ocean with some harmless, biodegradable oil ---like soapy water.. , to deprive the winds of the energy they need to reach hurricane status. A Canadian Judge has ruled that Dr. Roger Perrault, who is sick and elderly, age 68, and who was at the center of a tainted blood tragedy that left 1000’s of Canadians infected with HIV or hepatitis C, must nonetheless stand trial. Perrault is the former National Medical \Director for the Canadian Red Cross. He had a heart attack in 1980. It’s not clear how many people have lost their lives because of the tainted blood, but the known toll was 3000 as of 1997. This doctor along with three other doctors and New Jersey based Armour pharmaceutical company , are accused of allegedly allowing an HIV infected blood-clotting product to be given to hemophilia patients. The charge is that they failed to screen blood products and take adequate measures to prevent people infected with HIV from donating blood. Angels beat Orioles on Tuesday and Wednesday. Jimi Hendrix, the great rockn-roller, lied to get out of the army, according to a new biography, A Room full of Mirrors by Charles Cross, published by Hyperion. Missing Ranger in Colorado’s Mummy Range north of Denver-Christiansen—an experienced ranger with backpack and radio, and gun. .. last thing they heard were gun shots and clicking on radio.. a hopeful sign—(i.e. attempted transmission—gun shots perhaps a signal). Two small planes collided over a seattle suburb… a plane undercut a pontoon plane—damaging the pontoons—but the pontoon plane managed to land safely.. without injuries.. the other plane crashed into an empty school, killing both on board. A soldier who returned from Iraq nine days ago—shot and killed his wife and himself—in the Fort Collins, Colorado area. ..Stephen Sherwood, age 36, and his wife, were found dead. Their baby was being taken care of by a neighbor. He had been in Iraq for a year. ..Critics demanded an apology from James Dobson-, founder of Focus on the Family, for his comment that compared the use of embryonic stem cells to Nazi experiments on Holocaust victims. Angels lost to the Orioles. August 5, 2005 continued Russian mini-sub caught in a net—or a underwater antenna..—they are waiting for help.. U.S. is setting a mini-sub called the Scorpio by plane then ship.. now trying to drag the sub .. note found on airplane in Houston area airplane—says there is a bomb on board—they took it seriously.. and searched the plane (no bomb found). Mother off a 5 year old girl who died in a coin-operated washing machine is suing the machine operators. The gal, Rebecca Hope Waggoner, suffocated on June 17 after becoming trapped in the triple load machine-the suit contends the machine started without coins and she had to use a rock to open the door.. Hope’s 14 year old half-brother has been charged with involuntary manslaughter… Man named Roberts in a Missouri prison—was convicted of a restaurant robbery to which another man subsequently confessed. While roberts was in jail a riot broke out and a guard by the name of Jackson, six months from retirement, was stabbed to death. Roberts was accused as being the one who held the guard down. He contends he did not--, nonetheless he was found guilty and sentenced to death. A few days before his execution he requested a polygraph test—he passed, but it didn’t change anything. ..The Chief investigator of the murder says he is certain that Roberts is guilty—the only

problem is that another witness testified that Roberts was elsewhere at the time.. also there was no blood on Roberts shirt—despite the fact that the persons who stabbed the guard did so repeatedly in the guards eyes and heart among other places—making it unlikely that Roberts could have remained unstained by the blood. Roberts last words were “You’re killing an innocent man and you can all kiss my ass.” Eddie Murphy’s wife filed for divorce—they’ve been married since 1993-they have four daughters and one son, ages 3 to 15. Wildfires in Montana close interstate 90.. ..Now there’s another accusation against William Blake—the actor from baretta—his first wife is saying that Blake also tried to get a contract on her to have her killed—this is part of a civil suit by the Bonnie Blakely children…In the Michael Jackson case—two former jurors are now convinced that he is guilty.. Eleanor Cook is writing a book entitled Guilty as Sin, Free as a Bird. With the help of her granddaughter. The second book entitled The Deliberator written by former juror Ray Hultman. August 7, 2005 Oakland A’s are now tied with the Angels in the AL West for 1st. Peter jennings died. 57 years old , lung cancer. He had recently retired. He was a native Canadian He won the George Foster Peabody Award as well as the National Headline Award. He was a smoker for a while, also a high school dropout. And a bank teller for several years. At age 26 he was picked to anchor ABC News but turned it down saying he needed more experience in the field. Scientists have found a large amount of cocaine residue in an Italian river, suggesting that about 40,000 doses of cocaine are consumed every day in the Po Valley. The river carried the equivalent of four kilograms of cocaine every day. Riot at San Quentin. Ranger Christiansen apparently died of a head injury while hiking in the back country . Baseball manager Gene Mauch died. Grammy winning singer and husband of ABC news reporter Elizabeth Vargas was shot through a window of a van during an attempted carjacking following a performance. He was treated at a hospital and released . Mark Cohn, who had a hit with the song “Walking in Memphis” Wildfires in Washington burn down at least 100 cabins, 35000 acres. August 9, 2005 The container cranes which cost 10 to 15 million dollars apiece inspired George Segal for Star Wars creatures. Girl dies at boyscout outing when a tree fell on their tent, at a first-aid class. Woman jumped to her death from a Hummer limousine at 5 a.m. on the 405 freeway after a night out—near Costa Mesa— appeared to be suicide. 50 year old retired airline pilot, Tim McDonald, married a female prisoner, Theresa Deion Smith Harris, age 34, who is in prison for murder without the possiblity of parole, in a Tennessee prison for women in Nashville. Jennifer Hyatt, a former prison nurse practitioner in Tiptonville, TN, (northwest correctional complex), was fired for having a relationship with prisoner George Hyatt who was serving a 35 year sentence for robbery and assault-, --she subsequently married him while he was still in prison and on Tuesday allegedly killed one of the guards transporting him outside the courthouse—and escaped with him.. they were caught the next day in Ohio. Several male killers—on death row, have married while in prison. Kenneth Bianci and cousin Angelo Buono, better known as the “Hillside Stranglers”, who killed ten girls in Los Angeles.. while in prison both of them married to persons outside the prison. Serial killer John Wayne Gacy and Ted Bundy both had committed relationships with women before they were put to death. Night stalker Richard Marmirez, on death row for a string of brutal murders in California around 1985 , married a pen pal in 1996. Lyle Menendez and his brother, Rick, who are serving life sentences for killing their parents in 1989 both married after being incarcerated.

Lyle Menendez married pen pal Anna Erickson…in 1997. They split up after a year but then he married another correspondent in a prison ceremony in 2003. … Scott Peterson, on death row in San Quentin, has reportedly been flooded by letters from admirers. Oklahoma bomber Timothy McVeigh received marriage proposals before he was executed. Children in Boulder Colorado found $98,000 in a duffel bag—reported it to police—nobody claimed it, nor was it connected to a robbery or drug money and so the kids got to keep it. August 12, 2005 Article about the “Grizzly Man’ Treadwell.. tried to make it in hollywood but failed as an actor, went to Alaska and became infatuated with Grizzlies, going there every summer until 2003 when he and his girlfriend were killed by an angry grizzly… they also called him the “bear whisperer.” Museum of Earth History—Eureka Springs Arkansas.. if I wanted to do something violent to the custodians I would have done so long ago—or to their car.. they cannot retaliate against me for a lawsuit against DMA—and the police should not help them retaliate. U.S. District Court Judge Linda Reade was called up for jury duty, but rejected.. Gang of prisoners tunneled out of a Brazilian jail only to emerge in the prison yard, just 30 centimeters short of the prison wall. Prince harry is on toilet cleaning duty at at Sandhurst, part of the Army training college. August 13, 2005 They found a 5 foot alligator in Machado lake. Sheehan, mother of the son who died in Iraq.. is now an outspoken anti-war advocate.. wanting to meet Bush in Crawford..she grew up in Bellflower. Jerry Lewis still tours as a rock’ n’’ roller.. house now closed for tours. Burns Harbor.. Indiana—two gals drowned while playing in lake, now the thirteen year, Esther Niebauer also died.. she had tried to save her two sisters.. her sisters Naomi, age 13, and Miriam, age 8.. were in a roped off swimming area at lakewood In Monrovia, CA—Energy CS has converted two Prius’s to use as little as one liter per 100 kilometers .. 230 mpg.. by using powerful lithium ion batteries—it is forming a new company, e-drive systems, that will convert hybrids to plug ins for about $12,000.. next year.. Albuqurque , New Mexico.. a retired judge and his wife were found dead. Gerald Cole shot his wife nancy, 65, and then turned the gun on himself. Article re. Keeping the mind active, agile, mental calisthenics.. staving off onset of alzheimers.. and senility.. or helping you live with it... Marine by the name of Daniel cotnoir, age 33, was awarded Marine of the Year by the Marine Corps Times. And was a marine corps mortician who actually prepared the bodies for open casket funerals.. he’s been back living in Mass. With his wife and two daughters. Wyoming woman killed in her first skydive, a tandem dive with an instructor… Julia (?) Bond of Evanston WY died in a hospital after the jump.. and John VanCleave was in stable but serious condition..they hit a building on the way down making the chute collapse,,,and they fell 20 feet together to the ground. A Bulgarian student who apparently drowned in the Connecticut River may have been participating in what Dartmouth students call the Ledyard Challenge… Todorov Valkov a student from Trinity College in hartford CT was found in the river.. the tradition of swimming naked across the river is well known by Dartmouth students… it’s legal to be naked in Vermont but not in New Hampshire.. the challenge is to run across the Ledyard bridge naked to Vermont and then swim back and get your clothes on before getting caught .

Officer Francisco_________ age 25, pled guilty to smuggling cocaine into the United States from Columbia using military aircraft. August 16, 2005 Stampede in Virginia to get discount laptops.. 1000 laptops, 5000 people pushing and shoving. BTK sentencing begins this week. Madonna fell off a horse, broke ribs, collarbone, and hand outside a country home in London.Plane crash in Venezuela kills 160. August 17, 2005 William Taft, Governor of Ohio, is being criminally charged for not reporting gifts received while governor, especially golf outings, among other things. 40 % of school teachers plan to exit the profession in the next five years. , the highest rate since 1990, and it is expected to be even higher among high school teachers. 42% of teachers are age 50 or older. BTK killer, Dennis Rader, called himself a “monster” and told authorities about a chilling conversation with an 11 year old girl he said he targeted because of sexual attraction. After he had killed her parents and brother , he took the girl to the basement…Judge Gregory Waller gave Dennis Rader 10 consecutive life sentences, 175 years in jail with no possibility of parole. Cindy Sheehan, the mother of the boy-soldier who was killed in Iraq, and who has been camped outside President bush’s Crawford Ranch for several weeks, had to leave to return to Los Angeles after she found out her mother had a stroke. ..Gal age 17, …Hilderbrand, was killed by a Siberian Tiger who was posing for photos at a family run animal sanctuary in southeast Kansas. Native Americans---have started their first suicide hotline—because of the high rate of suicide especially amongst teens in the Native-American population. Prison Riot in Calipatria state prison near San Diego.. Brothels are now required to issue health certificates for their prostitutes in Tijuana. August 18, 2005 Man in San Mateo CA killed his wife and two children and himself.. Anthony Richards, age 53, killed his wife Nicole, 53, and two daughters,--Alexa, age 17, and Tessa, age 13. 18 tornadoes hit Wisconsin on Thursday night. Courtney love violated her probation , is addicted to drugs and is being sent to a chemical dependency clinic. August 20, 2005 While flying, Don Beatty of Montana got stuck in power lines as he descended in his power parachute, a form of ultralite aircraft.. along US 87 near Great Falls on Saturday,,… man named Ronny Perris age 22who told friends he did not want his 3 year old son to be a sissy was sentenced to 30 years in prison for killing the boy by slamming his head into a kitchen wall, just weeks after the child returned from foster care. San Francisco 49er Offensive lineman Thomas Herrion collapsed and died in the locker room yesterday after the 49ers pre season game against the Denver Broncos. Ted Turner is among a group of people who is interested in introducing lions and elephants and other African species into the Great Plains to live wild. An original manuscript of Albert Einstein was discovered ina library in Europe—having to do with “mono-atoms”- (or nano-atoms?). Washington Redskins are the wealthiest NFL Team. Lance Armstrong and George Bush rode together at Bush’s Crawford Ranch—after a 17 mile bicycle ride they took a swim in his pool. Armstrong is against the war in Iraq but they didn’t speak about that—they did speak about cancer research, however. Convicted felon, Jose Betancourt, age 52, must forfeit 2.7 million in Texas lottery

winnings because of his drug-related conviction.. the court said that because he bought the ticket with drug money. August 21, 2005 Plane crashes at Palos Verde.. surf spot called Longs.. crashed while pulling banner, pilot was not hurt. ..Mailomo, John.. name of pilot.. Raqueteering, mobster John Gotti.. stands trial beginning tomorrow.. for ordering a hit on Sliwa a radio talks how host and former guardian angel leader.. August 23, 2005 University of Wisconsin, Madison, is ranked as the top drinking school. 5 dead in Ingelwood … suspect killed sister-in-law, her husband and two children, and himself. Huey Lewis owns land in Montana near Mitchel Slough.. good fishing..Montana has law saying any rivers or streams are public property. But Huey and other nearby property owners contend they stocked the area and re-vitalized it at their own expense so it should be private. A judge and a few others made a point of going to fish there to prove it was public land. Interned Japanese American s from WWII get honorary high school diplomas. In Los Angeles. .. Virginia Beach religious broadcaster Pat Robertson called on Monday for the assassination of Venezuela President Hugh Chavez saying, “I don’t know anything about this doctrine of assassination but if he thinks we are trying to assasinate him I think we really ought to go ahead and do it. IT’s a whole lot cheaper than starting a war. We have the ability to take him out and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability” Olivia Newton John’s boyfriend, Patrick Kim McDermott, age 48, is missing after a overnight fishing trip in San Pedro. 23 passengers and 3 crewman. Olivia is age 56. McDermott was a cameraman. August 23, 2005 U.S. Judge on Monday overturned a ban imposed by city officials ruled in favor of fashion companies right to hold street party featuring graffiti artists painting mock subway cars.. August 24, 2005 Free land in the Heartland draws newcomers.. Ellsworth Kansas.. rainstorm or hail storm.. Plane Crash. 90 people on board 50 survived. Landing in a swamp in Peru.. boyfriend of Olivia Newton John who disappeared had filed for bankruptcy in 2000 owing $30,000 to creditors (that’s not much). And owed $800 /mo in child support to ex-wife.. they are wondering if he staged his disappearance. His ex-wife was Yvette Nipar.. Four inches of rain in southern Arizona causes flooding and evacuations.. .. Tucson.. Anthony____ age 36 taken into custody Tuesday night in San Pedro CA. where they found remnants of a makeshift alligator habitat, two snapping turtles, and some drugs. They suspect he was the one who dumped the alligator into Lake Machado. .. and then they arrested Todd Natow. Age 42, and found three alligators, four piranhas,three desert tortoises, six tortoise eggs, one rattle snake, scorpion and some marijuana at his house. August 25, 2005 Sweltering heat and loss of a key transmission line caused power officials to impose rolling blackouts.. half a million without power for half an hour at a time. Katrina—storm/hurricane heading towards Florida… minor league player Rick or Greg Short is hovering around .400 batting average.. makes 10,000 per month for minors.. feed team for Wash Nationals..

Last time somebody hit .400 in minors was 1961 Arron Pointer hit .402 for Salisbury.. but was better known for his sisters, the Pointer Sisters.. last time somebody hit .400 in the majors was 1941.. Angels lost, A’s won. The Tsunamie which hit Asia, .. the wave was felt all over the world.. in Alaska the waves were 10 inches higher, Pt. Reyes CA 15 inches higher Anthony Sukto .. a year ago.. watched his father stab his mother to death in Tacoma WA.. then the father turned the knife upon Anthony… the 8 year old was stabbed 6 times, but managed to call 911. ,,… “My daddy killed me with a knife and I’m gone. Can you please send an ambulance? “ He gave the address and hung up. The operator called back and Anthony said “My daddy killed me with a butcher knife?” She said “How did that happen if you are talking to me? “ He said “My dad was killing my mom and told me to go into the other room and said you’re next” I’m still alive. I kind of survived. August 26, 2005 hamster powerd phone recharger.. man caught with 375 tortoises in a Columbia airport, many of them already dead. Two Argentian couples—found out six years after the birth of their children that the babies were mixed up at the hospital, and they got the wrong child. The couples agreed with each other that they would keep the babies rather than swap them given they had had them for six years. David Smith Sr. was shot in a cannon ball from Tiajuana to the U.S. over the border. . John Wooden is 94 years old. He won 10 basketball championships in his last twelve years of coaching at UCLA. August 27, 2005 Iranian motorcycle daredevil died in an attempt to jump over 22 motorcycles lined up side by side.. he landed on the 13th one. ….apparently died instantly Quentin Tarantino took his first ride in a Nascar race car.. going over 100 mph ..seemed to be excited about it. .. Hurricane Katrina.. could be the first Category 5 hurricane to hit the U.S. in a long time. .. It’s directed towards New Orleans. Total mandatory evacuation in New Orleans. .. Category 5 storm—is the highest category on the Saffir-Simpson scale of hurricane intensity. Only three category 5 storms have made landfall in the U.S. since records were kept—the first was in 1935, then 1969, and most recently Hurricane Andrew in 1992 the costliest hurricane ever. .. Two brothers—in Aruba .. now being held for murder and rape.. they had been arrested before. But released. Now Aruba says they have new evidence. .. along with a third man unidentified. . Julian Elizndo.. recalls escaping from a shark hitting it in the hose and lifting it from the head to get its clenched teeth off his ankle.. just a few feet off shore in the Gulf of Mexico.. Angels lose, A’s win. Country Star Gretchen wilson was warned by TennesseeAttorney General Paul Summers. That her smokeless tobacco Skoal.. can might violate state law. She’s agreed not to use it in concerts. .. Deputy Warden at the Ross Correctional Institution was suspended for 5 days after he mistakenly showed inmates a sexually explicity tv show. Breastfeeding mother was erroneously arrested in a mistaken identity case. Mercedes Archuleta was breastfeeding her baby at the time she was stopped with her husband driving for a traffic violation. The Police first made a mistake in telling the husband he couldn’t drive because of a suspended license.. (they were wrong). They told the wife to drive and asked for her license and somebody with the same name (or stolen identity) was on a warrant for arrest, so they yanked her out of the car .. without even giving her time to button up her blouse.. put her up against the window with her blouse open and her kids staring at the window.. and refused to listen to her at all.. arrested her. Found out they made a mistake later on.

LAPD accused of an unprovoked attack at a muslim vigil.. they had been mourning the death of one of their followers who had been shot to death the night before. .. ____Muhammad was one there and apparently police officers said they asked somebody to move a car, there was some arguing and Muhammad was beaten up. Left with bloody lip. South Los Angeles has 42% of the murders in all of Los Angeles County. National Folk Hero Romanian Vlad Tepes.. 15th century … who successfully staved off invasion by the Turkish empire called himself Vlad Dracula.. according to scholar Eliz Miller.. .. it was a nickname derived from his father who went by Dracul.. the Romanian word for “The dragon” Dracula meant The Little Dragon or “Son of the Dragon” so La Dracula.. who .. so Vlad Dracula.. led the famous stand at the Poenari Fortress against invading Turks was known as both a great warrior and a brutal tyrant Miller said. .. also known as Vlad the Impaler for his preferred method of execution.. a tool of psychological warfare.. William Wilkinson. “Accounts of the Principalities of Wallichia & Moldavia” ..Wilkinson said Dracula also meant Devil. Dram Stoker, the original author of Wilkinson… previously had used the name Count Wampyr.. then he read Wilkinsons book and found the name dracula .. or devil.. Story about a man in Louisiana who was charged with murder.. didn’t have enough money to pay for an attorney so he had to wait for a public defender. He ended up waiting for eight years. Finally, his mother got $500 to pay for an attorney who got the charges dropped. National Legal Aid & Defender Association in Washington D.C. found in a nationwide survey of indigent legal services.. found that suchprograms across the nation are short on lawyers, investigators, and other staff, and that they frequently fail to investigate the charges against the client, hire necessary experts and make appropriate motions in court. One of the worst examples the association found was the case of a Louisiana man, Johnny Lee Bell, who was convicted of 2nd degree murder and sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole, last year, after meeting with a public defender for only eleven minutes prior to trial, according to Bell. “There’s a real disconnect in this country between what people perceive is the state of indigent defense and what it is” says …David Carroll, the groups research director. He says too many people watch shows like “Law and Order” where a defendant says he or she wants a public defender and all of a sudden legal aid appears in the cell. That’s what people think. American bar Association examined legal services for the poor in 22 states this year and came to a similar conclusion . Dale Whitehurst, an Austin lawyer who led the efforts says the ABA study reveals system mired in crisis in which inadequacies in funding , excessive caseloads carried by lawyers, and a lack of legal experience have become routine. “ I don’t know how many people are wrongly behind bars because of problems in public defender programs’ Whitehurst says, “but it’s clear there are some.” “Not only is it inadequate it’s a tragedy, Whitehurst says of the public defender system. The worst thing that can happen is when an innocent person goes to jail. …we have been doing this with some regularity. Can’t turn on the TV now without Larry King talking about some guy who was convicted …and was found to be innocent. Poor people who have been charged with crimes that could result in jail time have been entitled to lawyers since the U.S. Supreme Court decision in ______ v. Wainright in 1963. Massachusetts eluded a crisis earlier this summer when legislature approved a 30 million dollar package to raise the pay for court-appointed lawyers after more than 400 lawyers in the Boston area had stopped taking indigent cases to protest hourly pay rates that hadn’t been raised in two decades. Lawmakers voted to raise the rates to $100/hour for murder cases and $60/hour for lesser charges. Judges were warned that more than 600 defendants could be released from jail if they did not get lawyers soon. IN Virginia caps on fees paid to court-appointed lawyers are the lowest in the nation, Carroll says. Fees on a felony that carries a sentence of 20 years or less are capped at $428, while defenders whose clients face felonies of a sentence of more than 20 years can be paid no more than $1186.

In Wisconsin more than 11,000 people go to court annually without representation because anybody who makes more than $3000/year is considered able to afford a lawyer. Nevada caps defenders fees on death penalty cases at $12,000. In that school that was bombed in the terrorist attack in Russia—Nur-Pashi Kulayev was the only one of 32 attackers who survived the incident…that ended the 52 hour standoff at Beslans Number 1 school… one of the witnesses , a lady by the name of Zemfira Agayeva, age 35, riveted the trial with her account of being held in the sweltering school gym with her husband and two sons on the first day of the school year. There was no food and very little water. Her breasts were swollen with milk for her 7 month old daughter she had left at home , sacrificed her dignity for those suffering around her, shared her breasts with 12 and 14 year old boys. Report says middle schools are flawed organizationally and they are now eradicating some middle schools and making it K to 9. Maurice Clarett will be released from the Broncos. August 29, 2005 Driver of Al Sharpton after he visited Cindy Sheehan was stopped and arrested for going 110 on a 65 mph highway and evading arrest. He was arrested, while Sharpton caught a ride with a passer-by. Fred Crenshaw who lived across the street from the Sash Assembly of God Church exchanged words in the parking lot with a churchgoer Wes Brown(?).. who asked Crenshaw to leave. Crenshaw returned a short time later and shot Brown, age 61, at close range and then shot the pastor, Armstrong, age 42. And he killed two women towing a horse trailer who appeared to be simply random victims. August 30, 2005 Waiting for the arrival of four heavy duty Chinook helicopters….so far none of the city’s pumps are working. Setting up command/control on Vicksburg Mississippi more than 150 miles away…Texas is sending 475 busses ot New Orleans to evacuate people. Mississippi’s hardest hit areas of Hancock, harrison, & Jackson Counties..emergency officials were setting up MASH style mobile hospitals. FEMA has issued a list of organizations for those seeking to provide assistance.Typhoon Talim hit Taiwan leaving at least one dead and 24 wounded. Katrinas wind speed at landfall was 140 mph placing the storm at a strong category 4 level. Hurricane Andrew was Category 5 with winds of 165 mph when it made landfall south of Miami. Windspeed is the criteria for determining the category of hurricanes, not barometric pressure. Red Cross has dispatched 15 mobile kitchens to feed 350, 000 people daily..also providing 50,000 people in more than 250 shelters. Salvation Army has raised at least 4 million dollars. Many Hurricane Katrina evacuees will be forced from their hotel rooms victims of guaranteed reservations, some of which were made months ago. Hotel Management must honor guaranteed reservations. New Orleans district contains 350 miles of hurricane levees, most of which are along Lake Pontertrain to the north and Mississippi River to the South. …the levees were erected soon after the city’s founding in 1718… it was after 1955 when the last major Hurricane Betsy struck close to New Orleans…that the levees encircling the area were raised to up to 23 feet. ..the phone provider for New Orleans estimated Wednesday that 750,000 lines in the most heavily damaged areas may be out of service and that 187 central offices were running on back up generators. World reaction: while there is a lot of sympathy in some corners—others have had an attitude of the U.S. reaping what it sows, under the impression that it is the U.S. that has caused most of the global warming and that global warming has caused the increase in hurricanes. Joern Ehlers , a spokesman for World Wildlife Fund in Germany said that global warming has increased the intensity of hurricanes. ________ Watson, however, U.S. Envoy for Negotiations on Climate change denied any

link between climate change and strength of storms. . Rescue crews are passing by dead bodies to try to save survivors . on rooftops. Now the mayor or governor has issued an order to evacuate the entire city including everybody inside the Superdome. They are considering using cruise ships. 5000 inmates had to be evacuated. French Quarter was spared flooding but is being looted. ______ Jeffries of New Orleans had already been evacuated from one hotel when he was evacuated from a second hotel on Friday due to rising water. The 37 year old banker admitted to looting some food from a nearby supermarket. Worlds Oldest person dies at age 115 in the Netherlands .. Hendrikje VanAndel Schipper died peacefully in her sleep .. her husband Dick Van Andel died in 1959. She had no children and no immediate family. Art Garfunkel was arrested for possession of marijuana near Woodstock NY. He was arrested a year ago for the same thing. Sonny Bono died in 1998 in a skiing accident and his wife Mary Bono originally from South pasadena took his congressional seat—running for office and winning. Military chaplain charged in sexual assaults. Roman catholic Chaplain by the name of Gregory Arfleck, age 44, is being charged with forcible sodomy and assault .. stationed at 279th Base Support Battalion in bamberg Germany. August 31, 2005 “As if a cascade of debris, rats, alligators, snakes, and sewage weren’t daunting enough for hurricane workers grappling with Katrinas flood waters, they are also faced with determining whether high level industrial toxants are taining the water. Officials say bacteria and sewage pose the most serious and immediate dangers. Any time a current flows it traps sediment and that mud in this case will no doubt carry some of the petrochemical compounds that are in the area around New Orleans. One of the compromised levels sits along the industrial canal, a 5.5. mile waterway that connects the Mississippi River to the intra-coastal waterway. The petrochemical factories around New Orleans manufacture ¼ of Americas petrochemicals, including basic chemicals, plastics and fertilizers, and more than 1/3 of all industrial chemicals transported on the nations inland waterway system. THE EPA has not been notified of any major spills. New health study says coffee has some benefits for its antioxidants along with black tea and bananas.. decaf or regular has the same antixodiant benefits. Colorado is the nations thinnest state, only 16.8 % of the population is obese. Mississippi is the heaviest with 29 % obese. Colorado has 300 days of sunshine which the governor says makes a big difference. Four men were arrested for plotting terrorist attacks on Los Angeles, two of them were caught robbing a bank to fund their attack . Red Cross has already received 21 million dollars in donations. Catholic Charities USA based in Alexandria VA has received 100’s of calls from volunteers asking how they can help. They’ve raised $15,000. Pray for Katrina victims. Health & Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt said they are “gravely concerned about the potential for cholera, typhoid, and dehydrating diseases.” Electricity is out for more than 2.3 million in Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and Florida. Some drivers in Atlanta Georgia faced prices of $5.00 /gallon for gas. Evacuation from Superdome to Astrodome has begun. Army Corp of Engineer is using helicopters to drop 15,000 pound sandbags in the breaches of the levee system. Flow water into New Orleans from Lake Pontchartrain finally abated and the lake level began dropping gradually. At least 7 hospitals in the city were evacuating patients due to flooding and a frightening breakdown in public order. On Canal St., the city’s main thoroughfare, police allowed citizens to take shoes from a shoe store as long as they fit. Katrina left Biloxi’s Keesler Air Force BASe, home to the U.S. Airforce Fleet of Hurricane hunting aircraft 95% smashed. One of the breeches in the levees stretched 350 feet at 17th St. Canal, the other one is 400 feet wide at the London Ave. canal.

Two smaller breeches occurred on the industrial canal one of them appearing to be about 250 feet wide. In each case the steel and concrete levees eroded and failed when water began pouring over the top. It will take weeks for them to pump the water out. More than 1000 sandbags weighing 15,000 pounds are likely to be needed. September 1, 2005 300 National Guard troops landed in new Orleans right out of duty in Iraq. Governor Kathleen Blanco said the troops “know how to shoot and kill and are more than willing to do so and I expect they will.” 20,000 people who took shelter in the New Orleans convention center had become increasingly hostile after waiting several days for buses amongst the filth and the dead. Police Chief Eddie Compass “We have individuals who are getting raped. We have individuals who are getting beaten.” Colonel Henry Whitehorn, chief of the Louisiana State police said he heard of numerous instances of New Orleans police officers , many of whom were from flooded areas, turning in their badges. They indicated that they had lost everything and didn’t feel it was worth going back to take fire from looters and losing their lives. At least seven bodies were scattered outside the convention center. Old man in a chaise lounge laid dead in a grassy median, as hungry babies wailed around him. Elderly woman lay dead in her wheel chair covered up by a blanket. Another body lay beside her wrapped in a sheet. The street outside the center above the flood waters smelled of urine and feces, while the crowd chanted “We want help!” Later a lady went up on the steps and led the crowd in reciting the 23rd Psalm. At the superdome fistfights and fires erupted. Lines of half a mile to board the yellow school buses.. military police man was shot in the leg as he and a man scuffled for the MP’s rifle, said police Captain Ernie Demmo. 11 hours after they began evacuating the Superdome it held 10,000 more people than it did at dawn. When hospitals tried to airlift patients, Coastguard Lt Commander Cheri Ben-iesan said “There are people just taking potshots at police and the helicopters telling them they better come and get their family”. Lake Pontchartrain. After they drop the sandbags in the breeches in the levees, they are going to drop about 250 concrete road barriers, said Johnny Bradberry, head of the state department of Transportation. Crews are driving around coastal Mississippi picking up bodies and depositing them in refrigerated mobile morgues. Coroners are conducting autopsies in the parking lot because the only available light is from the sun. The death toll is at 126 so far. Adding to the miserable conditions along the coast were tons of rotting shrimp and chicken that had been blown into the water from shipping containers. Some survivors were still being found on Wednesday—they found an 80 year old man under 12 feet of debris in Long Beach, (AP writer Cain Burdeau contributed to the story. Russ Bynun was the primary writer.) Sniper fire at Charity Hospital halted evacuation of a hospital, across from Tulane Medical Center. Evacuations by boat were halted as looters threatened medics and overturned one of their boats. CNN reports that somebody did fire at somebody standing outside the New Orleans Convention Center, and that the shooter is now in custody. They say that some of the inmates at the Orleans Parish Jail may have taken control of the prison, even though they cannot get out—they are still locked in. But they do have weapons. 1000s of people lying in the streets. .. phone system is completely out. They are using satellite phones to try to help. Home of Jazz. Kerry Emanuel, in August’s journal Nature that major storms spinning in the Pacific & Atlantic have increased in duration and intensity by about 50% since 1970’s …average global temperatures have increased about 1 degree fahrenheit

along with increases in carbon dioxide and other heat trapping pollutants from industry smokestacks, traffic exhaust, and other sources. Hurricanes draw from huge pools of warm water at the surface of the ocean to grow for several days, as tradewinds spin it pulls the heat from the ocean and uses it as fuel . The past ten years have been the most active hurricane seasons on record. Some say this trend could persist for another twenty years or more. Some believe it is a consequence of natural salinity and temperature change in the Atlantic’s deep current circulation, elements that shift back and forth every 40 to 60 years. Federal government has dispatched assistance to the affected regions including 5.4 million precooked meals, 13.4 million liters of water, more than 1000 search and rescue personnel and the floating hospital ship, the USNS Comfort. Bush on Good Morning America said there are more than 22,000 National Guard troops on the Gulf Coast after an additional 10,000 arrived Wednesday. Goodness of human nature is shown in various situations some families allowing other families to move in with them.. story about a family coming to stay with another family in a townhouse in Indianapolis—but there was not enough room so a neighbor wrote them a $500 check to help out. .. .. Robin Roberts , a Good Morning America anchor.. whose hometown was in Mississippi. , Pass Christian, .. she has friends with different skills going to the coast rather than going on vacation saying “Believe me they will put you to work. There’s no shortage of need for able-bodied individuals to help out there. “ Corporations are donating millions. Abbot lab—2 million, BP Amoco 1 million to Red Cross, Anheuser Bush—825,000 cans of water, Chevron—5 million, Citigroup-3 million, Eli Lilly—1 million, plus 40,000 vials of insulin. , Exxon Mobil—2 million; GE—1 million; GM $400,000 plus 25 cars & trucks to the Red Cross, Home Depot 1.5 million. JP Morgan-3 million. Merck CO—1 million; Merril Lynch—1 million; Nissan North America 50 trucks to the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency; Office Depot—1 million to Red Cross, plus the contents of 5 New Orleans stores—valued at 4 million dollars; Pfizer Inc.—2 million; Qwest Comm—230,000 to Red Cross; State Farm Insurance—1 million; Verizon Wireless will double the amount employees contribute to the Red Cross; WalMart— 1 million to Salvation Army; Walt Disney –2.5 million to help rebuild; Tulane students were evacuated and sent home. One of the breeches in the levee wall will be repaired by the end of Thursday; Lt. Col. Carl Strock, commander of the Army Corp of Engineer reported that a large breech in the 17th st canal.. should be filled in by Thursday. Walter Baumy , chief of the corp engineering division , New Orlean district, said contractors were using sheet pile walls to try to close the front of the canal. Illinois has been ordered to accept children from the disaster areas into the schools. State corrections Dept in Illinois offered supplies including 8500 blankets and 256,000 half-pints of water to prisons in the states devastated by the hurricane. In other news—Nancy Ann Kissell was convicted of murdering her husband by putting sedatives in his milkshake and then beating him to death with a heavy metal household ornament. The trial took place in hong Kong. She received a mandatory life sentence. Angels won the final two games of the 3 games series with the A’s to remain tied with the A’s on the top of the AL west. Judge in Aruba is allowing Joran Vandersloot to be released under the condition that he remains available. Re. Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in Iraq. In April 2002, Workers in the western desert were busy smelting down the last … from a long defunct uranium enrichment project..inspectors learned, and around this time U.S. Satellite reconnaissance were doubled around suspected WMD sites.

Suggesting renewed production at chemical production facilities, but what they didn’t realize was that the activity was being photographed more frequently, not that there was more activity. Story about the uranium sale from Niger to Iraq---it appeared to be untrue—the document a forgery, and some of his advisors warned him not to use it in his state of the union speech. Nonetheless, he did use it in the speech. He also mentioned “tubes’ that they believed were to be used for nuclear warheads. On January 8, 2003, Bush delivered his annual address saying, “The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa…” and he said, ‘Our intelligence sources tell us that he has attempted to purchase high strength aluminum tubes suitable for nuclear production.” He also made mention of mobile bio-weapons lab and a man nicknamed “curveball’ who was apparently in charge of such. Later , the IAEA publicly exposed the Niger document as a forgery and found the aluminum tubes poor candidates for centrifuges. They also debunked Curveball’s tale as well. On March 17 Bush told the American people that “There was no doubt that Iraq had some of the most lethal weapons ever devised.” All of the suspects being held in the Aruba case have been released or ordered released. One of the busses carrying the evacuees from New Orleans to Houston overturned killing one and injuring several others after a passenger apparently approached the driver and told him to stop. U.S. Army Corps of Engineer estimated it will take 36 to 80 days to drain the city. 3-star general Honore , according to CNN’s Barbara Starr who said “He is very determined to keep this looking like a humanitarian relief operation. A few moments ago he stopped a group of National Guard troops and told them to point their guns down, saying ‘This is not Iraq.” Authorities continued working to evacuate the Earnest M Morial convention center, trying to help the most at-risk people first. President Bush toured the city with the governor and the mayor—the mayor who had just blasted Bush and the federal relief efforts a day earlier. Bush Said “I will not forget what I’ve seen.” Mayor Ray Nagin praised President Bush after his trip through the region. Officials have spotted a major oil spill in the Venice area of the Mississippi delta region. .. tanks capable of holding 2 million barrels appeared to be leaking. 25 miles southeast of New Orleans. .. hospital Dr. Sanjay Gupta says about one of the hospitals… “it’s gruesome.. morgue in the basement —completely flooded imagine the scene.. patients die, they put them in the stairwells. One of the most unbelievable situations I’ve seen as a doctor.” 1400 additional National Guard & police will be arriving every day, said Chertaff September 3, 2005 Anniversary of the deaths of the terrorist attacks at the school in Russia—at least 330 killed in that bombing.. Lot of people in New Orleans Intl. Airport—triage, many dying. Warehouses burning in New Orleans. 12 gunfire shots at French Quarter during the night. Man was dead under a blanket , blood ran from his body down to the gutter. They said he died violently. Tropical Storm Maria building up strength—13th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season—one of the busiest on record—historically, only about 6 or7 have usually formed by this time of year. Superdome evacuations halted in order to evacuate the Hyatt hotel. .. right across the street from the Superdome.. mayor was using the Hyatt as a base for a while, now the police & national guard will be using it. “ Until flood water is removed from New Orleans… impossible to determine how many bodies are hidden. “ says Stephen Morse, founding director of the Center for Public Health Preparedness at Columbia University in new York. “For sure it will cost more than any other post disaster reconstruction effort in U.S. History” to re-build New Orleans. Section of the 8 mile twin span bridge, about 40%, that connects New Orleans with Slidell collapsed into Lake Ponchartrain.

…. Trying to allow work to begin to repair a … 300 foot span of the Pascagola Bridge…[says Leslie Miller VZW News] Francophile culture…as dusk fell on Friday evening, a woman’s bloated and brutally distorted figure lay prostrate on the corner of Jackson Ave & Magazine St. somebody across the street yelled at photographers taking pictures of her, “She’s been there for five days, since Monday.” Police passed by without taking notice of the body. Another black woman’s body lay in full view face down in shallow waters even as National guard stood there to keep the site secure. In the garden district where multi-million Greek revival mansions still stand, the deserted streets are littered with downed trees, destroyed cars, and garbage. Zimbabwe president, Robert Mugabwi, has attacked the movie, “The Interpreter” starring Nicole Kidman saying it is part of a propaganda campaign by the CIA showing that Zimbabwe’s enemies did not rest. Georgia’s Governor said he would temporarily halt gas taxes until the end of the month, bringing about 15 cents relief. This is the largest displacement of Americans since the Civil War. More than ½ million people have been uprooted by hurricane Katrina. Katrina has scattered more than twice as many people as the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 and more people in a few days than fled the Dust Bowl in the 1930’s. More than 800 people are currently sleeping on inflatable beds on the gymnasium floor at Louisiana State university, Shreveport, where the living quarters are not much more than the average car. Government officials are chartering three of Carnivals cruise line ships, for six months to shelter more than 7000 persons displaced by Katrina. The two largest cruise ships can hold up to 2600 passengers, while the smaller one can hold up to 1800. CNN reports that 300 Air Force members in Iraq & Afghanistan & elsewhere abroad will return to the Mississippi Air Force Base so that they can attend to their families needs. While 1000’s of people waited in New Orleans to be evacuated two major fires raged along the waterfront Saturday. Without water the firefighters were helpless, despite the fact the fire threatened to consume an upscale riverfront mall. Although much of the city is covered with fouled water, the fire hydrants are dry. Some people are speculating that $4 /gallon of gas is possible in some areas, soon. There could be 500 million dollars in export losses for U.S. producers who normally export through the Gulf Coast ports. International buyers may look elsewhere for corn & soybeans. Waiting by the Wilshire Red Cross bldg. The Mars Rover Spirit ascended to the peak of Husband Hill part of the low ranging Columbian Hills. The Rover reached the 270 foot high summit, about the height of the Statute of Liberty on August 21. This is day 591 of the originally planned 90 day mission. Five silverfox unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s) equipped with thermal imaging technology to detect the body heat of storm survivors are enroute to New Orleans. “With thermal imaging capabilities you can actually see into the buildings and see the body image of a person still alive, said Wheldon, vice-chairman of the House Arms Services & Homeland Security Commission. The lightweight drone, about five feet long, can be operated with a laptop computer. Frist, a physician turned congressman, says that 8 to 10 people are dying per day at the triage center in the Orleans Intl. Airport. Pet dogs have been taken from the ruins to Houston. Natural coral bridge in Aruba collapsed before dawn on Friday, destroying one of the islands biggest tourist attractions. The bridge is the largest of its kind in the Caribbean, 25 feet high and 100 feet long, a formation of coral limestone cut out from 100’s of years of pounding waves and strong winds. 100’s of visitors walked across it each year. Not long after the tsunami devastated south Asia the better Business Bureau began receiving numerous complaints of charity scams, and warn Americans about donating to just anybody.

Salvation Army & Red Cross have done a great job of providing help, but if you want to donate to another charity they say check on websites such as which ranks charities. Ten Germans are attempting to soap themselves down for 101 hours in hopes of breaking the record for the longest shower, two women and eight men , ages 18 to 22, will try to remain under the constant stream of water from Wednesday through Sunday. They are allowed a ten minute break for food water and toilet trips and to rub cream into their skin to protect it from the constant stream of water. A doctor is also on hand to make sure a lack of sleep does not affect their health Justice Renquist died—after 33 years on Supreme Court, age 80, surrounded by 3 children, appointed in 1971.. elected to chief justice by Reagan in 1986. Makes it into world cup by beating Mexico 2-0..first time since 1984 since America has been the first team into the world cup for north and central america and the caribbean .. 5th straight world cup for the Americans who are ranked 6th in the world one spot behind Mexico. Lance Armstrong will donate $500,000 from his foundation to katrina victims with cancer—to help them get treatment. Armstrong survived a bout with testicular cancer that spread to the lungs and brain before winning the 1st of his record 7 straight Tour de France titles. Kenye West—the singer.. said Bush doesn’t care about black people and that when media shows black people going into stores for food they say they are looting but when white people go in they are saying it is for survival 13% of the female students at Timken Sr. High School are pregnant. 64 students in the senior class are pregnant . Expecting students get 6 weeks maternity leave. 30 people died at a nursing home at St. bernard parish. California is the world’s largest producer of wine after France, Italy, & Spain. Steve Lee found a 1.22 carat gem quality diamond at the Crater Diamond State Park in Murfreesboro worth about $1000. He said he’s going to give it to his mother. Fire in Caledonia Township, Michigan (not Caledonia Kent County) .. house/barn exploded.. felt miles away—six people killed. .. health official concedes that the death toll from the New Orleans disaster could be in the 1000’s. …Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff had declined to estimate the death toll but conceded that an untold number of people could have perished in swamped houses and temporary shelters. Human services secretary Michael Leavitt conceded the death toll could be in the 1000’s. Valerie Bennett was evacuated from a New Orleans hospital. Rescuers told her there was no room in the boat for her pet dog. She pleaded, offering him her wedding ring and her mom’s wedding ring , the 30 year old nurse recalled on Saturday, adding, “He wouldn’t budge.” At one hospital a doctor euthanized some of the animals at the request of the owners who feared they would be abandoned and starve to death. He set up a small gas chamber out of a plastic wrapped dog kennel. The bigger dogs were fighting it. It took them longer. “When I saw that I said I can’t do it” said Bennet’s husband Lorne. Valerie Bennet left her dogs with anesthesiologist who promised to care for about 30 pets on top of the hospital roof for as long as he could. Louisiana State Treasurer, John Kennedy, who was helping out with the evacuation said some owners refused to leave without their pets. Bartenders in New York are selling drinks for $10 ..Big Easy Classics like the Sazerac, the Ramos, the Gin Fizz, Pimms cup, and the Hurricane.. along with a free set of Mardi Gras beads.. the money they make to support New Orleans bartenders and bars. Wilderness Park city of Downey. .. .. singer Macy Gray is helping out at the Astrodome in Houston.. on Sunday Salvation Army conducted an outside religious service including songs such as “What a Friend we Have in Jesus” outside the Astrodome. Natural disasters are caused by sin in the world said Major John Jones the area commander for the Salvation Army..who led the service, ‘The acts of God are what happens afterward…all the good

that happens.” Tim Washington, age 42, said that “God made all this happen for a reason. This city has been going to hell in a handbasket spiritually.” “We’re getting reports how some religion-based aid groups are trying to fly evangelists into stricken areas and how some Army Chaplains are carrying Bibles, not food & water, to comfort people” said Ellen Johnson president of American Atheists in a statement. “People need material aid, medical care, & economic support, not prayers & preaching” she said. Article in Reuters News. 240,000 Louisianians have found sanctuary in the lone-star state and hotels and large shelters.. others in church-run shelters , still others in private homes. Texas’ Bill White said in a phone interview that the city began mobilizing at a new level when the levees were breached.. “ a lot of us understood what that meant.. and that it was a different issue than a weather issue.. and that we were dealing with the virtual destruction of a major American city”. They are also housing people at the former Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio, --building #1536, converted into a business park known as Kelly USA, a quarter mile long structure. Shootout in New Orleans, five persons killed. Two police officers committed suicide. Reinhold Messner, one of the most famous mountain climbers, who has scaled the fourteen major peaks in the world—without bottled oxygen, was climbing Nanga Parbat…. On June 28, 1970 Messner himself lost seven toes and parts of fingers to frostbite, .. was coming down when an avalanche struck and buried his brother, … now Reinhold went back after somebody found what they think are the remains of his brother, Gunther. And he also defends himself against critics who said that he took an easier route down , leaving his brother to take a more difficult route—and thereby leaving his brother alone…Gunther apparently was also suffering from altitude sickness. Reinhold is suing two of the persons, Hans Saler & Max Engelhardt-Von Kinglan. who wrote books contending Reinhold deserted his brother. This is one of the worst summers for Hollywood since 1977 in terms of movie attendance.. Manning Bros. Peyton & Eli .. set up the Peyback Foundation which has contributed to youth organizations in Indiana, Tennesee, & Louisiana, put together a plane full of supplies which they sent to Baton Rouge. Toni Pugh, a volunteer on the flight said she evacuated with her children, but her husband didn’t come with her, and she hadn’t heard from him in six days. By the time she landed, a voice message from her neighbor, Ralph, saying he was safe. Two police officers commit suicide, Sgt. Paul Accardo, a spokesperson for the police department took his own life with his own gun, and Patrolman Lawrence Celestine also used his own gun. Fourteen contractors escorted by police were fired upon while crossing the Danziger Bridge--, which spans the canal connecting Lake Ponchartrain and the Mississippi River. Kuwait has offered $500 million in disaster relief, while Kuwait’s neighbor Quatar has offered $100 million.. The hotline for missing persons is 888-544-5475. Many states in addition to Texas are setting up shelters. In Fort Chafee, Arkansas, relief workers turned the post where Elvis Presley entered the army in 1958 as a processing center for refugees . The homeless were registered by the social security administration, checked by doctors, and given post office boxes. An area near Battlecreek , MI was trasnforming itself into a welcoming station. 500 evacuees were headed for the Fort Custer training center. In Denver Qwest Communications sent up a bank of 50 phones at a processing center so that refugees could call their loved ones. A steel company sent employees to a shelter at the Mississippi coliseum in Jackson to recruit workers. At the Astrodome people were given jeans, sandals, t-shirts, toiletries, towels, etc. and were allowed to make free long distance phone calls courtesy of SBC communications. . Jefferson Parish in Louisiana were allowing residents back in as long as they had a valid ID, proved residency, brought food, and had a full tank of gas, and promised not to drink the water.

Parish president Aaron Boussard warned 463,000 residents that they would find no traffic signals, no opened stores, and a dusk-to-dawn curfew. Williams beat sister Serena Williams to reach the quarter finals of the US Open. They’ve had fourteen career matches together and are tied at 7 apiece.. Serena had a little fit at the end of the match, slamming her racket on the ground. Serena won the last five matches. 25 year old Venus won Wimbledon two months ago—her third Wimbledon. Now she’s going for her 3rd US Open title. Serena, almost 24 years old now, was seeded no. 8, Venus no 10. . Amid the tragedy, about two dozen persons gathered in the French Quarter for the decadence parade, an annual Labor Day celebration. John Roberts has now been chosen by Bush to be the Chief Justice. Airplane crash kills 131 in Indonesia, crashing into the residential neighborhood of Medan, seconds after takeoff, .. about a dozen passengers survived. The fire engulfed a dozen houses and at least ten cars. There’s been five major airline accidents in August—the deadliest month for airline accidents since May, 2002. September 5, 2005 Author of “Education Myths” in his book says” that since 1970 we have doubled student spending after inflation yet test scores and graduation rates have remained essentially flat. “ He says aren’t worst but the billions of dollars haven’t made them better either. Six years after California hired 50% more teachers to reduce class size a RAND corporation study found that test scores were increasing just as much in large classes as in small classes and concluded that smaller classroom made no academic difference. Teacher quality—research shows that high quality teachers are very important, but that certified teachers are not, especially. He points out that of the 33 best designed studies not a single one showed any impact between teachers credentials and student performance. Academic ability matters— diligence, motivation, and enthusiasm matters—masters degrees in education simply do not. This article –the writer says there is no other Supreme Court justice so loaded with racism, or tremendous insensitivity to racial discrimination, than William Renquist. In the early 1950’s when the court was considering the historic Brown v. Board of Education School desegregation case , Renquist wrote a memo defending the infamous 1986 decision, Plessey v. Ferguson which established the separate but equal doctrine. Renquist noted that “The decision was right and should be affirmed.” Renquist was in favor of segregation. In1964 Renquist testified against a proposed ordinance in Phoenix which would ban racial discrimination in public housing. Renquist wrote at the time that “It is impossible, I believe, to justify the sacrifice of even a portion of our historic individual liberty for a purpose such as this.” He was the only justice to say that Bob Jones University, the hotbed of racial discrimination & religious bigotry had a legal right to keep African Americans off the campus. The writer says that “It’s not that Renquist had a blind spot concerning race, he was an active proponent of discrimination.” Article in “The Nation” by David Corn (as best as I can tell). Some people are sticking it out in New Orleans. Some may be in denial. One couple peering out of a window at a street submerged in eight feet of water said she would soon be driving out of the city in her car. 60 year old Warren Reckser said that even though water was up to the front porch he was staying. Boats came by but Reckser, a hotel bell hop, waved them off. Another person, Shaheen, limped to a park north of the French Quarter where a National Guard helicopter was dropping off water. He was desperate for a tetanus shot, having stepped on a rusty can the night before and his left foot was bleeding, and his diabetes medicine was running low.

He had turned down a ride on a rescue helicopter because they wouldn’t let him take his dog, Dixie Lee. The roof was gone from his house and the lack of medicine was leaving him weak. A lot of people are still being rescued. 52-year-old Cornelius Victor waded through sludge to board an amphibious vehicle that rescued him and twenty four others from a rotting schoolhouse where they had been trapped. Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard Law Professor, writes an article entitled “Telling the Truth About Chief Justice William Renquist” saying ‘Chief Renquist set back liberty, equality, and human rights perhaps more than any other American judge of this generation.” Renquist bragged about being first in his class at Stanford Law School , a great law school today, but in the late 40’s and early 50’s it discriminated against Jews and other minorities both in the admission of students and also in the selection of faculty. Dershowitz says that Renquist not only benefited in his class ranking from this discrimination , he was also part of that bigotry when he was nominated to be an associate justice in 1971.. and learned from several sources who had known him as a student that he had outraged Jewish students by goose-stepping and heil hitlering in front of a dorm that housed the few Jewish students. He was also infamous for racist and anti-semitic jokes. Dershowitz repeats the story about the case of school segregation in which Renquist concluded Plessey was right and should be affirmed .. meaning that there should not be integration. But when he was questioned in 1971 and 1986 about it , Renquist placed the blame of the memo on the Justice Jackson, now deceased, under whom Renquist was working at the time. But Justice Jackson voted in Brown along with a unanimous court to strike down school segregation.Dershowitz claims that Renquist obstructed the voting rights of African Americans and Latinos at a polling site in Phoenix. And He bought a home in Vermont that included a restricted covenant that barred sale of the property to any member of the Hebrew race. Dershowitz says Renquists career was ‘regressive.” Politicians are still criticizing the federal response to Katrina and say that despite the money alloted for relief—after the public outcry declines distribution will go back to pork barrel style .. September 5, 2005 Red tape is holding back Aaron Broussard said that… officials with the FEMA.. turned back three trailer trucks of water, ordered the coast guard not to provide diesel fuel and cut emergency power lines. . later Broussard said on NBC”s Meet the Press. .. FEMA spokesperson Natalie Rule said Monday she had not had a chance to research what happened at Jefferson parish but that unsolicited resources and donations have been hard to manage. Long lines of volunteers are being stopped along the freeway into New Orleans. Anybody who self-responded was not being put to work. Military was worried about having more people in the city. They wanted to limit it to the professionals said Kevin Southerland, a captain with Orange Fire Dept in Orange County, CA. .. a member of fourteen member water team sent to New Orleans at FEMA’a request. Even skilled volunteers with the best intentions can be more trouble than help if they arrive needing fuel, shelter, and food. Beth Sharer CEO of Washington County Memorial Hospital in Salem said she was frustrated with a federal plan to create forty new emergency medical centers with 250 beds each.. “IT’s not any one persons fault” she said, but the system failed” .. hospitals around the country were standing ready with empty beds, staff, triage centers, and air transportation to fetch patients she said. But they couldn’t launch the rescue flights without requests for help and those requests never came. These victims could have been here a week ago, but now they are spending a lot of time and money making triage centers. Situations like this every minute counts, not every day counts. Why not get them to these open beds ? she asked.

Frank Russo of Chicago Ambulance Alliance said he was ready to send help immediately but the request did not come until Thursday, three days after the hurricane struck. Z”We didn’t want to just get up and go, after 9/11 we learned from that—everybody just got up and went to 9/11 and got there and say.. nowhere to go..” New Jersey Gov. Richard Cody said he had a task force of 105 police officers , 55 vehicles and medical task force of 55 physicians and 53 nurses standing by.. but other rescuers simply couldn’t or wouldn’t wait. On Friday, Gary McLaughlin of Santa Cruz CA flew to Nashville TN where he bought a diesel powered 1990 school bus for 2000 dollars, and charged 1500 dollars worth of water, granola bars, diapers, and peanut butter crackers, on his credit card and headed straight for the shelters. By Sunday evening he was driving loads of evacuees from the New Orleans Aiport to a rescue shelter in Covington Louisiana. Some are defending the FEMA saying it was the FEMA management who brought in the Nebraska Air Natl Guard to deliver 66,000 MRE meals and extra fuel to hard hit areas. And they brought in rescuers from Hamilton County OH to search the rubble of Gulfport … for survivors.. and it was the FEMA that dispatched a nine member disaster medical assistance team from Hawaii to the New Orleans airport where they triaged persons evacuated from hospitals. The federal government actually wrote a “How to” BOOK for National catastrophes after the 9/11 attack 462 page document entitled the National Response Plan was released in December 2004. Frank Cilluffo, director of the Homeland Security Policy Institute, George Wash Univ. says that “Hurricane Katrina is the first real test of the plan, and has exposed its strengths and weaknesses. But quite honestly at the federal level the response was quite robust” he said. “But clearly we need ways to improve the process. Article about the mobile hospital in MISSISSIPPI,, they tried to get into Lousiana but were turned away. .. the whole hospital was designed by the Dept of Homeland Security. .. almost all the medical equipment you need and a pharmacy.. . and it can be flown almost anywhere in the world C130’s big cargo planes. Article by Marilyn Marchione. More than 17000 people living in American Red Cross Shelters-- living in Gulf coast area.. bad experience for some . some of the Vietnamese living in the Gulf Coast area.. have had previous experience with mass evacuations, .. third mass evacuation for ____________ at which time he fled Vietnam through Malaysia to the United States.. Vietnam’s history two major mass exodus’.. first .. The War Against the French that ended in 1954. and then in the 70’s.. Lien Le, age 39, manager at a kenner Louisiana plant.. thinking it would only be a short evacuation.. in Mississippi.. many vietnamese worked the Gulf for shrimp Thirteen-year-old Nick Luong tells how his family lost their home in Biloxi but saved their boat… they road out Katrina for hours. Viet Thu Linh .. age 55 was not so lucky—all six of their boats sank. The L.A. Sheriff Dept.. sent a helicopter team into the Gulf Coast.. two to three day trip by helicopter. L.A. Sheriff Deputies.. driving their cars out to the coast today. Air and ground search and rescue teams.. deputies with skills and scuba water rescue. Landlord faces a misdemeanor charge accused of turning on the heat in an asthmatic tenants apartment this summer after a dispute over unpaid rent and living conditions. Fred Bernard , age 62, Cape Girardeau was to appear in court Sept 26.. police recorded a temperature of 125 degrees in the apartment of tenant Denise Owens. “Basically , it was like walking into a sauna” Patrolman Paul Zagicek said. The tenant told police that the landlord came to the apartment seeking money on August 6. She claimed her air conditioner, stove, and refrigerator were not working and she was without hot water. She told police she refused to pay until he fixed the problems, according to a probable cause statement. She claimed that bernard then raised the heat and left—on a very hot day knowing that

her air conditioner was not working, and that she suffered from asthma. Bernard then refused to come to be apartment with the police officer called and asked him to turn down the heat. Some of the oil refineries damaged by Katrina began to ramp up production this week. .. 70 percent of the normal oil production and 50 percent of the natural gas production remains shut down. Eight major refineries that produce gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, and heating oil were knocked out of commission and the output of two others was cut by last weeks hurricane. An Orlando pastor at the Apopka Assembly opens once a month only for dogs—nondenominational at a pet spa on Orlandos West Side. Pastor Dee Rinda a former dog trainer brings her own Border Collie with her. Recent sermon Rinda likened the relationship of dog to owner to that of people’s relationship with God. “When you go to the pound and save a dog you bring that dog into the family. Jesus rescued us and brought us into His family” she said. “Yappy Hour” she calls the time of socializing. At a Methodist Church dogs, tadpoles, and turtles were alongside worshippers at a service designed to show humans how to live harmoniously with animals. Disaster chief waited for hours after Katrina had already struck the Gulf Coast before asking his boss to deploy 1000 Homeland Security to the region. And gave them two days to arrive according to internal documents. Michael Brown director of the FEMA sought the approval from Homeland Security’s Michael Chertoff roughly five hours after Katrina made land fall on August 29. Brown’s memo to Chertoff described Katrina as a “near catastrophic event” but otherwise lacked any urgent language and finished politely saying “Thank you for your consideration in helping us meet our responsibility.” Susan Collins R-Maine said all levels failed. Homeland Security spokesperson Russ Knocke said Brown had positioned front line rescue teams in Coast Guard helicopters before the storm. Article by Ted Bridis on VZW top stories. Houston Independent School District had taken in 889 extra students from Katrina evacuees. The district is hiring retired teachers and certified instructors from Louisiana. Article by Todd Lewan VZW top stories. Mayor Ray Nagin said after an aerial tour that 60% of the city was under water, down from 80%, and that it will take three more weeks to remove the water and another week or two to clear the debris. Also eight weeks to get the electricity back. He warned that what awaits authorities below the toxic muck will be gruesome. Meanwhile they began sending paratroopers from the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division in to New Orleans. …1000 paratroopers should be in place by Tuesday said Major General William B. Caldwell IV. Some people staking it out in New Orleans –who Nagin says must get out..or they must convince them to get out. They are pumping about a million dollars a day worth of gas into the air. 9788 patients and others were evacuated by New Orleans Airport. Aaron Broussard continues to speak out about the problems of the federal response (or lack of) on CBS Early Show ‘I’m asking Congress to please investigate this now—take whatever idiot they have at the top of whatever agency and give me a better idiot. Give me a caring idiot. Give me a sensitive idiot. Just don’t give me the same idiot. “ Barbara Bush said that so many persons in the Astrodome were “underprivileged anyways so this is working well for them.” Article by Doug Simpson, Headline news VZW. “What to Call the People Displaced by the Hurricane’ Some say “refugee” is not an appropriate world—and Boston Globe, Washington Post, Miami Herald all banned the word “refugee” from being used to refer to these people. Some people say “evacuee” is a better term. Why not victims? Batboy Nick Carillo, age 19, for the Florida Marlins was suspended for six games after accepting a bet from pitcher Brad Penny that he couldn’t drink a gallon of milk in one hour without vomiting. The boy drank the entire gallon in 59 minutes but did vomit later on. David Letterman invited him to the show as a guest.

Condoleeza Rice defended the president on Sunday against charges that the federal government’s sluggish response was due to racial insensitivity. She worshiped at the Pilgrim Rest AME ZION Church outside of Mobile Alabama. She grew up in Mobile. Malone Smith Jr. advised the congregation to “Wait on the Lord” after which Rice said , “The Lord is going to come on time if we just wait.” Rice is the grand daughter of a Presbyterian minister. Rice was criticized last week for attending a Broadway show and shopping in New York during an abbreviated vacation. Canada is sending an extra 91,000 barrels of oil to the U.S. to help make up for shortages. City of Orleans, France, south of Paris—New Orleans sister city, is trying to help out the Katrina victims.. the university has offered to take 50 students from the University of New Orleans for a semester. Orleans, 75 miles south of Paris, is best known as the city that was saved by Joan of Arc, in 1429, from a British siege. New Orleans was founded in 1718 by French settlers and named after the Duke of Orleans who was regent of France at the time. Smugglers on a boat making a illegal crossing from Somalia to Yemen forced passengers into the Red Sea at gunpoint, ten miles from shore- leaving at least 57 dead, 100 missing. U.S. submarine, the U.S. S Philadelphia, was traveling on the surface of the water when it hit the Turkish Yaso Aysen at around 2 a.m. The President is in Baton Rouge. He visited the Bethany World Prayer Center, half-filled with pallets and half-filled with dining tables. Some people ran up to him.. more than 5000 Red Cross volunteers any way they could get there. Jerry Rice has announced his retirement. Rice holds almost every NFL record for receivers including 1549 receptions, 22895 receiving yards, 197 touchdowns, and the record for total touchdowns with 208. He won three SuperBowl titles. Spent ___- seasons with San Francisco 49ers. And was the MVP of the 49ers Superbowl XXIII. Against Cincinatti catching 11 passes for 215 yards. 1500 pound chunk of concrete being carried by a helicopter for a ski resort construction project hit a gondola full of alpine tourists Monday, knocking it out of the sky and killing 9 people. Two other gondolas were rocked and people were ejected from the gondola, at least four were injured. In the town of Solden , 25 miles west of Innsbruck. The accident evoked memories of ’98 ski lift tragedy in neighboring Italy where a low-flying U.S. Marine Jet sliced a ski lift cable killing twenty people. They say the levees were built to withstand a Category 3 hurricane, no stronger. Air Force Major General Marvin Scott Mayes, leader of the Air Component for the military task force operating in the hurricane ravaged region says “now comes the grunt work.. the hard part.. going door to door..” by foot and boat to many of the harder-to-reach sections. Mayes is based at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida.. He says they have evacuated more than 3000 patients out of New Orleans Intl. Aiport. He said crews have also shuttled more than 15,000 persons out of the swamped region and flown in more than 4600 tons of supplies. Worship services went on—inside Reunion Arena in Dallas 16 evacuees wearing pink ID bracelets joined hands in a circle to sing “Amazing Grace!” At Trinity United Church of Christ, a predominant black church the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Jr. criticized the nations slow response. Indianapolis suburb of Noblesville the Rev. Craig Parker of the Bridgeway Community Church referred to a passage in the book of Matthew in which Jesus calmed the storm. David Williams at the Colonial Baptist church in Carey NC said “Where is God’s hand with the loss of a home or life. How to explain flood waters. It’s hard to express what is going on.” But he says “Time and time again history shows that God uses tragedy to transform human lives.” Mississippi coast—worshippers brought chairs and blankets for services on the scarred earth where churches once stood. Spokesman for the Army Corp of Engineer now says that those five or six persons shot by police yesterday as they crossed the Danziger Bridge were contractors on their way

to launch barges into Lake Pontchartrain to fix the 17th st. Canal. Said John Hall, a spokesperson for the Corp of Engineers. .. September 7, 2005 Man confessed to killing two convicted child sex offenders. California approved a bill to allow same sex marriages.but Arnold may veto it.. arnold says it should be a court decision and he will uphold whatever the court decides.. Margit Thompson, a governor spokesperson said on Tuesday. Town of Julian—60 miles northeast of San Diego is being threatened by a wildfire.. that’s where the pies are isn’t it.. internet scams popping up on the internet—one for the Red Cross. Same standardized forms.. security log.. making you believe it is a secured site.. but it is not.. it is an ingenious fake,, traced to scammers in brazil.. sophisticated.. with one final twist..after making a donation it sends you to the authentic Red Cross site. .. other phone sites have been traced to Korea, and the U.S. , and China in the last few days. Red Cross never sends out e-mail solicitations.. ABC NEWS David Scott & Avni Pato contributed to this report. Dan Hubbard , sr. director of security & technology research for Websense.Inc… in an impassioned plea for more federal funds to upgrade levees and flood control equipment senator Mary Landrieu, Democrat from Louisiana told the Senate late last…. of a New Orleans worker who had collected 1000’s of body bags in case the levee ever failed. I hope that never happens he said, but it did. Shea Penland for years warned that a powerful hurricane could wipe out New Orleans..”We have a terrible problem” he told me five years ago [says Lee Dye, writer].. when he talked about the future of the Lower mississippi delta.. Penland is the director of Pontchartrain Environmental Studies at the University of New Orleans.. devoted much of his life to the study of coastal louisiana. Bacteria is 10 times the acceptable level in the flood waters of New Orleans. .. avoid even skin contact. At least 30 found dead in a NursingHOme in New Orleans. .. St. Bernard Parish Sheriff Jack Stevens said 30 plus bodies were found in a St. Regis nursing home in lower St. Bernard Parish. About 30 to 40 others were rescued.. September 8, 2005 EPA had to make a choice between emptying the water from the New Orleans streets into the Mississippi River or the Lake Pontchartrain—they chose the lake. Saturday at 830 pm. about 35 hours before Katrina hit the coast.. Max Mayfield of the director of the National Hurricane Center.. was so concerned about the storm he personally called the governors of Mississipi and New Orleans plus the Mayor of New Orleans.. when I walked out that night I wanted to, you know, be able to sleep.. the next day President Bush listened into a FEMA conference call during which Mayfield warned of a storm surge.. of more than 20 feet rolling over levees.. FEMA had over 1300 disaster assistance workers pre-positioned. .. Brown assured Bush that they were ready for the storm. .. some of the long term FEMA managers were convinced that FEMA was not ready for Katrina. ..”some of us were shaking our heads and saying ‘this isn’t going to be enough, the director has to know this isn’t going to be enough. But nothing more is happening.” Said Leo Bosner, president of the FEMA Headquarters employee union. He said the Homeland Security now slows down the process. .. union warned Congress in a detailed letter about FEMA’s decline a year ago.. Capitol Hill & Homeland Security just weeks ago said DHS is too focused on one thing—terrorism. Person by the name of Smart. .. personally went down to the Gulf Coast—starting with the Astrodome.. and found that some of the people are faring better at some of the informal shelters.. set up in the municipal offices & churches than at some of those established by the ARC and other groups, because it is considered a liability for them to provide any assistance beyond food & shelter.

Proselytizing is prohibited as is dispensing over the counter medicines for headaches and diarhaea. .. People who are getting help in a wholistic manner were better off in those place that weren’t offering those things, smart said. They didn’t have TV or internet access. They didn’t know how to find their loved ones, he added. The spiritual aspect—it depends on whether an individual wants to get into that. Certainly that’s not going on at the Red Cross and not even at the church in some places. He added, “We encouraged the evacuees, but serendipitiously encourage the volunteers— the pastors, the Red Cross People, the National Guard” St. John’s Missionary baptist Church 820 New Rafe Road Baton Rouge LA 70807. .. Pastor Donald Ruth. 225-775-9756. Magic Johnson is involved in relief efforts—he visited the Dream Center yesterday and is offering some jobs at some his corporations. Mayor Villaraigosa said Los Angeles is prepared to take up to 2000 evacuees from the Gulf Coast. Officials in New Orleans are now concerned that corpses could get stuck in water pumps. . Biloxi Mississippi –they are worried about debris becoming firewood—with temperature in the 90’s things are starting to dry quickly--- .many of the military bases were damaged along the Gulf Coast. Nevell from the Nevell Brothers commented re the hurricane.. he had a studio and a house in New Orleans which he assumes was destroyed. .. angels won, A’s won, Yankees lost. September 10, 2005 Michael Brown has been removed from his position in Louisiana and has been sent back to Washington D.C. Some accuse him of having “padded” his resume. He denies it. Two New Orleans couple marry in a shelter—Fort Worth Texas’ Leo Tate never took his eyes off his bride, Annie Lee. Besides them Donna Matthis cried as she said her vows to James Nelson Jr. They were married at the Northside Tri-Ethnic Community Center. Mariah Carey, Neil Young, The Foo Fighters, Don Fogerty, Kenye West, Chris Rock—all appeared on a TV special trying to raise money for the Gulf Coast disaster. Bill Clinton phoned in. U2, Also, Steve Harvey was the co-host. For the BET Special….. The leadership role of Michael Brown was taken over by vice-admiral Thad Allen, the chief-of Staff of the U.S. Coast Guard. They say family helping family in Louisiana is probably the largest form of assistance, noting that Louisiana has the most sedentary population—those born there tend to stay there. “There is no question that family has and will dwarf any other kind of assistance in this disaster” said Karl Brasseaux, professor of History at the University of Louisiana and director of its Center for Louisiana Studies. He said “Had family structures in Louisiana have eroded to the point they have in many parts of the country many refugees would face a very long and bleak road ahead.” Red Cross & FEMA have no intentions to help families helping families. If I wanted to be secretive and stalk her why would I write a letter about it. That would seem to make it clear that I was not trying to be sneaky and secretive. Captured one of the alligators in Lake Machado.. Hunter Thompson left a suicide note four days before he did it. BIC sells its 100 billionth pen. FEMA has cancelled debit cards—going to direct deposit instead. Call … 800621-3362.. or … an additional 17 pumps are now in place. 350,000 still without electricity..the airport will re-open on Sept 19.. man attacked by bear in Glacier National park… did all he could to to protect his daughter—they both survived but he had multiple injuries. About 4000 registered sex offenders on the loose around New Orleans—300 of whom they are worried about. ..800342-6110…for those on parole. To register their new location. ARC made a call for 40,000 new volunteers.. first time in Red Cross organization that they launched such a massive drive, said spokesman John Degman…first shift of 10,000 recruits will be needed to relieve 36,000 volunteers. More than 160,000 survivors are staying at 675 shelters in 23 states. Last night the Red Cross served 500,000 hot meals. As of Saturday morning FEMA had given out more

than 650 million in expedited assistance and 13 million via debit card. Notre Dame beat Michigan 1710—under ND’s new coach., the former offensive coordinator for New England Patriots.. ..who helped them win three of the last 4 Superbowls..and Weis was a student at ND.. but while there.. UM did not play ND.. the rivalry resumed in 1978, the year after Weis graduated. Central Michigan football players including star running back Jay Seymour were charged Tuesday in the fatal beating of a 26 year old man.. by the name of Graham of Mt. Pleasant.. beaten unconscious outside Shabooms Pub on June 25, 2004..he died 19 days later.. Reporter Karsten—a former college football sideline reporter was found dead at his home just before he was scheduled to report to federal prison for tax evasion ..he was 45 years old.. he had previously pled guilty to failing to file federal income tax returns on income totaling $360,000 from 2001-2002—was supposed to report to a 11 year sentence .. no foul play indicated. .. Some of these agencies included Mike Diamond Plumbing, Ralphs , So. Cal Edison, Home Depot, Kaiser Permanente, & Pep Boys, as well as various employment agencies and non-profit groups. “At any given time there are roughly 800 job openings ranging from entry level to professional throughout Edison’s service area”, said an Edison spokesperson . Maria Shriver visited the Dream Center and reminded the people there that there are about 90,000 people in Los Angeles who are homeless. [uggh] Movie by Ang Lee about the homosexual love between two cowboys set in the conservative west of the 1960’s won the Venice Film Festival’s top award Saturday. New Orleans Police Force has approximately 1750 officers---300 of whom are missing. Restaurant in N.E. China—advertised Tiger Meat dishes was found instead to be selling donkey meat marinated in Tiger urine. Huf Ulou Restaurant located beside the Heidaohezi Tiger Reserve near the city of Hailan advertised “Stir fried tiger meat with chilis” for 95 dollars. “Shaquille O’Neal helped load an item into the cavernous 18 wheel trailer and pointed to the generous stranger, saying, “Give the man a hug” to his children who quickly obliged. O’Neal and his wife have coordinated efforts to assist those affected by Hurricane Katrina. On Saturday O’neal was on the front line personally accepting donations from those inclined to help. Trailers hired by the O’Neal family are expected to roll on Tuesday towards Baton Rouge, LA where O’Neal attended LSU. They’ve taken in 10,000 gallons of water , diapers, peroxide, personal items, clothing, and even refrigerators and beds, which will be used to furnish 400 apartments the O’Neals plan to rent out for refugees. The place where they repaired Space Shuttle fuel tanks has normally been at Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, but it was damaged by the storm and could affect the planned shuttle flights in the near future. NASA’s Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis MISS..where the shuttle main engines are tested was also damaged—both sites damage was mainly to facilities roofs, but at Michoud one of the shuttles was dinged by debris. T The Space Agency estimates the hurricane caused about 1 billion dollars in damage at these facilities. Penguins, sea otters, rare Australian sea dragons, a 250 pound sea turtle named Midas, all survivors of Katrina were loaded into crates on Friday to be lifted out of New Orleans Aquarium of America. 19 penguins were taken to Monterey Bay Aquarium in California to be joined by a couple of California Sea Otters. Most of the aquarium’s 10,000 fish did not survive after the storm knocked out power which keeps the water habitable, and the emergency generator later failed. The sea dragons, to the surprise of Aquarium officials, however, did survive—despite the fluctuation of water temperature—the slightest of which the officials previously thought would negatively affect. The Aquarium of Americas was considered one of the foremost aquariums in the world. More than 120 Gulf of Mexico Oil & Gas platforms are still shut down as of Saturday and more than 60% of the Gulf’s daily oil production remained blocked from the market due to evacuations from Katrina.

Northridge Earthquake cost federal govt 15 to 20 billion. The Katrina disaster could cost New Orleans 100 billion alone in federal relief funds.. 200 billion is the estimate total for the entire affected area. Santa Ana’s festival has been changed to next weekend. Agassi faces Federer in the US Open Final. Agassi is the oldest grand slam finalist in 31 years. He won the US Open in ’94 and ’99. Agassi is married to Stefi Graf. I didn’t know that. He used to be close to Brooke Shields. He has two children —Jaden and Jaz. . First time in his 20 year career that he has had to play three five set matches in a row. He’s also played against McEnroe, Conners, Lendl, & Edberg. He has an older brother named Philip. CNN sued the federal govt to stop the federal ban on media coverage of the cleanup. Surprised that Glenn did not know where Freed lived. Notre Dame hasn’t beat U of M at home since 1993. Glenn Gritzner is the special assistance to superintendent Roy Romer, commented to the press re. the Ambassador Hotel and the LAUSD”s planned use of it, for which they paid 76 million dollars. They plan to build four schools on the campus and preserve part of it—including an auditorium and a library which encompasses the current building. The 1000 room Ambassador Hotel which opened in 1921 and hosted six academy award ceremonies was considered a historic gem by preservationists. It closed in 1989. Every U.S. President from Herbert Hoover to Richard Nixon stayed at the hotel, as well as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Valentino, & Albert Einstein. It became infamous when Sirhan Sirhan shot Kennedy to death in the hotel pantry moments after the candidate declared victory in the 1960 California democratic presidential primary. . LAUSD has agreed to recreate the ballroom where Kennedy gave his final speech and turn it into a library. Story by Alicia Chang. Student at UK’s Royal College of Art, Peter Bruin, designed a shower that recycles dirty water—recirculates and cleans used water. September 11, 2005 Central American gang known as Mara Salvatrucha XIII meaning “The Salvadoran Gang, Fear Us” has been terrorizing Washington D.C. suburbs raping Latino females and attacking people. Linda Paz, a 17 year old pregnant gal in the area was nearly beheaded after the gang learned she was helping police in a murder investigation. A lot of these members of the gang are illegal immigrants from Central America. They are suspected of 100’s of murders and 1000’s of assaults. Most of them come from El Salvador. FEMA has designated Operation Blessing as the #2 charity for donations—a charity founded and still chaired by Pat Robertson. At least 42,000 people have volunteered their time at the Astrodome. Mark Sloan is the leader of the efforts to help people evacuate into the Astrodome and the Reliant Center. Hillary Clinton has called for an independent commission to investigate the federal response to Hurricane Katrina. Under FEMA’s direction 32,000 rescues were performed, 182,000 were housed in 559 shelters and 11.3 million meals served. .. 11.8 million liters of water provided. German plane carrying 15 tons of rations for Katrina evacuees was turned back because it did not have prior authorization to land. U.S. says there is a possibility of mad cow disease in some of their rations, but now they have given approval to the Germans for future aid flights, some flights which had previously already landed in the U.S. with supplies. Many International donors have complained of frustration that bureacratic entanglements have hindered shipments to the U.S. Berlin is also sending teams equipped with high capacity pumps to help clear the flood waters.

Adam Gadahn of Orange County CA taped a message saying that Los Angeles is a potential place for terrorist attacks. Gadahn, a normal teen only a few years ago, began attending an Islamic Mosque where he was recruited by militants and sent to Pakistan for terrorist training. New Orleans Saints won, winning with a 47 yard field goal in the last 3 seconds, beating Carolina--the Charlotte Panthers. They gave one of the game balls to Mayor Ray Nagin, and the other to the victims. Ivan Lendl was inducted into the US Court of Champions on Sunday before the final between Agassi & Federer. James Taylor sang “America the Beautiful” with his son, Ben. Jimmy Connor, Chris Evert, Billy Jean King, Stefi Graf, Jack Kramer, & John McEnroe, Rod Laver, Bill Tilden, Helen Wils, Margaret Court (?) are the previous inductees into the US Court of Champions. President back in New Orleans—scheduled to sleep on the USS Iwo Jima, which is serving as the Control Center for the relief efforts. 80 dogs were airlifted out of New Orleans and sent to San Francisco & San Diego courtesy of $50,000 donation by ..Texas Oil Tycoon Boone Pickens & his wife Madeline ina movement dubbed “Operation Pet Lift” .. chartered a plane to fly them out. The Times Picayne of New Orleans is still publishing despite Katrina, publishing outside N.O. Three-star general Honore—a Coast Guard official overseeing Katrina relief is turning a lot of heads for his command of the situation---he grew up in Louisiana and even spent a couple of weeks in Charity Hospital as a child after getting hit in the head with a baseball bat. He has one son— returning from Iraq after a year in duty—that means a lot. 50% of the corn and 33% of the soybeans exported by the U.S. flows down the Mississippi River. Although most corporations use nearby Houston as a headquarters rather than New Orleans they still rely on Port Fourchon, about 60 miles south of the City to ferry equipment & workers out to the rigs. Tourism brings 10 billion dollars to New Orleans annually and accounts for about 15% of the city’s jobs. The city’s population has already shrunk about 30% over the past four years. September 12, 2005 Blackout across LA today. Michael Brown of the FEMA resigned. Roberts nomination hearing continues.. Hurricane Katrina death toll rose 50% in one day.. discovery of 34 dead patients and staff members in St. Regis Nursing home in the town of Chalmette…in the hard hit St. Bernard Parish. Louisiana Attorney General Charles Foti charged the husband and wife owner of the home with 34 counts of negligent homicide, for not doing more to save the elderly patients. They had been asked if they wanted to move them but the owners said no, despite repeat warnings. Salvador Mangano and his wife Mabel were released on $50,000 bond each. United States Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta pronounced Katrina the worst disaster for transportation in U.S. History and estimated the damages to bridges and highway…etc. at The blackout in Los Angeles was the largest for the county since the Northridge earthquake in 1994. Five days after Katrina hit representative William Jefferson , democrat for Louisana who represents New Orleans was allowed through military blockades set up around the city to reach the Superdome. Jefferson requested a tour of his neighborhood and the area he represents but then he asked them to take him to his house. Jones High School in southeast Houston—fight broke out between evacuees— and some of the regular students. The A’s lost. Angels lost. Chaka Khan’s son—lived in the Westchester area of Los Angeles—is being charged with murder. The Katrina storm caused four sections of the walls that protect New Orleans from flooding to give way. Peter Carkhuff, sales exec. For National Property damage experts in West Berlin New Jersey said “You’re probably talking about bulldozing entire blocks, maybe entire neighborhoods.” bodies found in a hospital at the 370 bed memorial medical center in New Orleans. Louisina death toll now at 279. 41 of 174 permanent pumps are now in operation. Many parts of the Metropolitan area –water was going down at least a foot per day.

Sheriff’s Deputies found eleven children locked in cages less than 3 ½ feet inside a home—the couple denied that they had abused or neglected the children. Judge put them in foster homes. They were found in 9 cages built into the walls of the house. No blankets or pillows—and the cages were rigged with alarms which sounded if opened,. .. The children said they slept in the cages at night. Derren & Mike Grevelle are adoptive or foster parents for all eleven children. Power outage in L.A. was due to utility workers who mistakenly cut several cables in L.A. 2 million people were affected—some stuck on elevators. .. all power was restored by 3 pm. about 2 1/ 2 hours later. September 14, 2005 Katrina is placed among the top ten deadliest natural disasters in United States history.. alongside Galveston hurricane of 1900, the Johnstown flood of 1889. Hurricane Andrew killed 26 people. .. Great New England Hurricane of 1938 took 700 lives. San Francisco earthquake also took about 700 deaths, estimate. Georgia/South Carolina hurricane of 1881 took 700 lives, estimated. Tri-State tornado of 1925 took an estimated 695 lives in Missouri, Illinois, & Indiana. The Galveston hurricane of 1900 claimed about 8000 lives. The Great Okeechobee Hurricane killed about 2500. And the Johnstown Pennsylvania Flood of 1889 killed about 2200. Two hurricanes in 1893—one in Louisiana killed over 2000, and one in South Carolina/Georgia took between 1000-2000 lives, according to Rusty Pfost a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Angels lose. A’s lose. Yankees win. Roberts confirmation continues. Senator Charles Schumer said to the nominee Roberts that “When you add it all up you are being less forthcoming with this committee than just about any other person who has come before us.” Schumer is a New York Democrat. Roberts said that he thinks the Constitution affords Americans the right to privacy which apparently is the key legal underpinning of the landmark ruling concerning abortion. Delta & Northwest Airlines filed for bankruptcy. The legal age for marriage in Indiana is 18 for girls and 21 for boys—so a 19 year old girl married her boyfriends older brother temporarily so that she could live in the same house as her boyfriend. .. September 17, 2005 In Louisiana, they are now allowing business & home owners to return to the Algiers Section, French Quarter & garden District of New Orleans. Vice-president Dick Cheny is having surgery today for an aneurism behind one of the knees. Republican from Michigan---Peter Hoekstra—is calling on Peter Goss of the CIA to give as much possible information about 911 as possible. Vietnamese man—Asian man. .. in Wisconsin (Hawyard WI), was convicted of 1st degree murder in the shooting of six deer hunters--.. Chai Soua Vang— from Hmong (?) … who came from southeast Asia more than twenty years ago—faces mandatory life in prison after shooting and killing six deer hunters and wounding two others. .. Vang, age 36, defended himself saying he was shot at and heard racial slurs, but the jury didn’t buy it. Yahoo says as far back as eight years ago—congress ordered the FEMA to order a plan for evacuation New Orleans during a massive hurricane, but the money instead went to studying the Causeway Bridge which spans the city’s Lake Pontchartrain. They never used the money for its intended purpose, said former representative Billy Tauzin, RLouisana—in 1997 Congress set aside $500,000 for FEMA to create a comprehensive analysis and plan of evacuation alternatives for the New Orleans area.. two years later, after nothing happened, Congress strengthened its directive. This time it ordered an evacuation plan for a Category 3 or greater storm, a levee break flood or other natural disaster for the New Orleans area. The $500,000 that Congress appropriated for this plan went to a Commission that studied future options for the 24 mile bridge over Lake Pontchartrain. I picked up a burrito at the Del Taco—112

pm…cruising through Carson—finally got the answer to why New Orleans cemeteries are unique--most of the bodies are in above-ground tombs—they don’t dig graves there because they are so close to sea level. Contrary to fears---they did not find that many bodies or tombs floating away from the cometary— although they did find one tombstone or casket on or near the train tracks ..questions about what to do with all the debris. Mariana Cruz, age 32, was getting into her car in a parking lot Thursday , and she released the emergency break –and the car rolled forward—pinning her against the wall---she died at the hospital but not until her baby was delivered by Caesarean section. And people are defending—saying this older lady did not loot the store—elderly lady in jail for two weeks now—on charges of looting—witnesses in her favor said she did not loot the store—that she had her own food in her car, plus the owner of the store said she didn’t care if she did. But the Judge is holding her on $50,000 bail—100 times the required amount… and the judge won’t respond to phone calls. .they say this lady Maten, 70 years old, is a deaconess at the Resurrection Mission Baptist Church and won an award for her service at a hospital. .. they said she had a refrigerator in her car—with food in it. Christine Bishop , the owner of the deli—who was allegedly robbed—said she was looted by somebody—but said that she would not want them charged with a crime if they were just trying to survive. Furthermore, they say she couldn’t have looted this place because she is too old and frail to jump over the counter. .. .. flood waters continue to recede on the city’s hard hit east side revealing a pathetic scene—block after block of once-flooded neighborhoods is covered with a slimy, putrid, muck, and dotted with ruined cars, snapped utility poles, and collapsed houses. 40 to 50 % of the city was still flooded down from 80% after Katrina hit. Is Dick Pound—the guy involved in the Lance Armstrong accusation of doping..—and who is the head of the .. .. WADA—World Anti-Doping Agency. Mayor Villaraigosa is going to move into the Getty House. .. which has not been used for a mayor’s residence since Tom Bradley. Tanker carrying about 7500 gallons of jet fuel overturned Thursday on the Antelope Valley Freeway near Acton. September 16, 2005 73 year old woman jailed for looting has been released Merlene Maten has now been released— wanted to visit her 80 year old husband. Grizzly bear attacks two hikers in Yellowstone, Pat Mcdonald age 52 of Bismark ND and Gerald Holzer age 51 of Northfield MN were hiking near Shoshone Lake …the bear swatted at them.. but they had bear repellent which they sprayed in the bear’s face and it ran away.. neither were seriously injured.. Former education official, Matthias Vheru age 55, is accused of using his post to secretly buy almost 46,000 textbooks and teaching aids that he, himself, had written, bringing him nearly 1 million dollars in royalties. He has been sued by the LAUSD----who says that Vheru illegally.. covered more than 3 million of the 4 million dollar cost by using federal education funds that had been earmarked for programs that assist non-native English speakers. They said Vheru skirted the purchase approval process and making the orders when he was temporarily serving as the district’s math curriculum director last year. Man in the town of Warrnambool , southern state of Victoria in Australia, name of Frank Clewer, was oblivious to the growing electrical current that was building up as his clothes rubbed together. ..the electrical charge ignited the carpet—like a firecracker Clewer told Australian radio Thursday. ..he also scorched a piece of plastic on the floor of his car. Firefighters tested his clothes, and found there was a current of 40,000 volts going through his clothes. David Gosden, a Sr. lecturer in Electrical Engineering at Sydney University told Reuters that for static electricity to ignite the

conditions had to be perfect. “Static electricity is a similar mechanism to lightning, where you have clouds rubbing together which are sparked by dry air above them”.. September 17, 2005 Courtney Love is being sued for damages from an assault to which she pled guilty--.. in which she allegedly poured whiskey all over somebody and then threw a candle at her—as well as hit her and pinched her breasts. .. she is now serving time in a drug clinic, rehab. Son of Governor Jeb Bush was arrested for public intoxication and resisting arrest—John Bush, age21.. their daughter Noelle—was arrested previously for trying to pass a fraudulent subscription to get Xanax at a pharmacy—she completed drug rehab and the charges were dismissed. Governor Election is in November 2006. .. prisoners at the jacksonville Correction center spent four days in lockdown after an assistant Warden lost the keys. Man thought he might get a Protection Order lifted by secretly videotaping him having sex with the woman he was told to leave alone. Justin W. Fraase, age 26, gave the video to an officer, expecting it to show that the woman did not fear him. Instead, the tape revealed more than enough evidence for his arrest. “I guess he didn’t watch it before he gave it to us” Lieutenant Todd Dahle said. He was charged with sexually assaulting the woman, bail set at $50,000. 822 a.m. at Home Depot. Teenage Indianapolis gal may be charged with murder today after driving into his ex-boyfriends new girlfriend, Amber Steele, age 17, leaving her in critical condition, with massive head injuries. A foot deep layer of sludge left behind flood waters in New Orleans is riddled with fecal bacteria and other contaminants. Tests by Nova Biologicals in Texas detected elevated levels of cadmium, lead, & mercury, and low levels of petroleum, and an astounding level of bacteria, samples of normal soil generally contain less than 200 unites of fecal bacteria but the sludge contained 310,000 units.. “You’re in a sewage treatment plant, if you’re walking through this” said Dr. Paul Pearce, microbiologist at Nova Biologicals. He said if sludge somehow got into the food chain it could create the potential for bacterial disease—it could create the potential for heavy metal poisoning, said Dr. Jeffrey Brent, a medical toxologist. Bottle-nosed dolphins—washed out of their aquarium tank in Gulfport MISS have been found swimming together in the Gulf of Mexico. But they are not safe yet because the dolphins are domesticated. Officials fear they cannot survive in the wild. Moby Solangi, owner and director of the Marine Life Oceanarium in Gulfport MISS saved as many of the fourteen dolphins as time allowed., three took up residence at the pool at Gulfport’s Best Western. Three others made the pool at the Holiday Inn. The remaining eight stayed behind at the aquarium’s pool that has survived every previous hurricane. The wave from Katrina swept away all eight dolphins and destroyed the pool. They went looking for them out in the ocean and after only five minutes in the helicopter they spotted them swimming together. Latest government figures found that 75cents of every dollar spent on emergency preparedness goes to anti-terrorism programs. Timeline tells what went wrong at FEMA—on Saturday, August 27 at 830 pm. Max Mayfield, director of the National Hurricane Center, personally called th governors of Mississippi and Louisiana 35 hours before the storm hit.. , as well as the Mayor of New Orleans—to make sure they understood the severity of the situation. FEMA warned about the storm surge the next day. President Bush listened in on a FEMA conference call at which Mayfield warned about the storm surge of more than 20 feet of water rolling over the levee. FEMA director Michael Brown assured Bush they were ready for the storm. “FEMA is not going to hesitate at all in this storm” Brown said. “We are not going to sit back and make this a bureaucratic process. We are going to move fast, quickly, and do whatever it takes to help the victims.” Farm Aid Conference begins in Chicago today—they say that Farm Aid gave away less than 28% of their revenues

September 19, 2005 76 year old man sat alone in his attic with a dwindling supply of water—no food—for 18 days in new Orleans. .. no way out—surrounded by foul flood waters--..temperature high—in the attic—they found him sitting in a chair in the kitchen of his house—partially dressed –trying to stay cool—after 16 days he was able to descend, as the flood waters receded. The house remained in several feet of water. Martin’s family left before the storm, but he stayed to attend church. He took a nap after church and woke up to find his house was full of water. He only had time to get some water and get up to his attic which he described as feeling like an oven , day after day of 90 degree heat. While they were putting him in the chopper he asked if they could stop at Taco Bell to get something to eat. Story by AP writers Rose Hanson in Baton Rouge, and Cain Burdeau in New Orleans. Tony Blair complained that the Murdoch operated BBC has had too much anti-American innuendo in its coverage of Katrina, with most coverage of slow or late efforts in disaster relief. Clinton (Bill) was the moderator for a conference in England—where the topic arose. Re. the cemeteries in New Orleans—at least one coffin was displaced by the flood waters—found on railroad tracks near the Greenwood Cemetary , but in general there has not been a problem with the cemeteries. Boxer—last name Johnson—referee stopped the fight in the 11th round---he walked off—but then he collapsed—is in the hospital in critical condition, “Most people don’t ever recover financially from a disaster said Anat Kendal, director of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Federal Reserve has to make a decision about increasing the interest rates. they normally would—but now the Katrina disaster adds a new factor to the equation.. many economists are betting they will lift an important short-term benchmark by ¼ percentage point to 3.75%.. be the 11th such increase since the Fed began to tighten credit in 2004. commercial banks would be expected to increase prime lending by a corresponding amount to 6.75%.. if the Fed pushes the rate up again—borrowing costs would reach its highest level in four years. Brandeis University Economics Professor Stephen Cecchetti says, “This is very tough for the Fed, There’s also the compassion issue. You run the risk of looking very callous by raising rates. Other analysts say the prospects of a downturn are more of a risk.Economist Kathleen Camilli says, ‘I think the greater risk is that higher energy prices will cause consumers to pull back, slowing overall economic growth.” She is on the side of those who think the Fed will leave rates unchanged at the meeting. “New Orleans healthcare facilities have been “shattered” to an extent unmatched in U.S. history, and the residents face grave challenges in returning to the city, “ the Vice president of the National Hospital Accreditation Organization said Sunday ___________Cappiello, .. Emergency officials said 4300 people have sought mental health counseling and 14 have been hospitalized for psychiatric needs in the Katrina area. Some 40 recovering heroin addicts have enrolled in Methadone clinic. Mental health systems of Houston in Harris County.. were already stretched to serve more than 125, 000 patients. Getting an appointment can take three months. Psychiatric beds in hospitals have been cut by more than 50% in recent years. Texas ranks 48th in per capita spending on mental health. At New Orleans arena—where people stayed for a few days when the floods came—people were tying plastic bags to their feet to slosh through the puddles of urine. Story about a group called the “Abstract 16” who got out of a group home for mentally ill or recovering drug addicts—they stuck together and medicated themselves along the way… Former governor George Ryan won accolades for clearing the state’s Death Row… scandal that destroyed his popularity—making him unelectable in 2002 has now brought him to a critical confrontation. .. after billing out big money state contracts and leases to political insiders—the 71 year old politician is scheduled to go on trial on Monday for raqueteering, conspiracy, mail fraud, lying to the FBI, and tax fraud. Scott Fawell, governor Ryan’s former campaign manager and chief

of staff is already serving a six year sentence, and is penciled in as the government’s lead off witness. Ryan served two four year terms as secretary of state, and was elected governor in 1998. He retired after just one term. Bonds hit another homer—now nine behind Babe Ruth—fifty behind Hank Aaron. Since being reactivated Bonds is 5 for 16, with 2 homers, 3 rbi’s, three runs scored, one double, three walks, three strikeouts…Bonds played for the Pirates from 1986 to 1992… 13 games left in the regular season. . Giants trail Padres by 5 ½ games.Can Bonds hit 9 homers in 13 games? .. UCLA beat #21 ranked Oklahoma 41-24. U of M beat East Mich 55-0. .. Newark New Jersey---doing a test on mice—at a lab —injected them with bubonic plague—and now –three of these mice are unaccounted for. The Bubonic plague—also known as the Black Death, is what killed ¼ of Europe’s population. Risk of transmission is low—even if the mice did get out. Raises questions about—testing—federal funding for testing of this sort. September 20-21, 2005 Article about the danger of Avian flue. On ABC news. Saying if. An epidemic broke out , or pandemic, nobody would be ready for it, including the USA---there’s one anti-biotic, and one vaccine.. doses are low ..availablility is low.. in terms of a pandemic.. if the “tipping point” is reached —meaning transmission through humans begins—it could become very serious—right now it is transmitted by birds. ., and has killed a few 100. .. .. once it gets transmitted it can kill a person in a few days—it goes straight to the lungs. Train that derailed in Chicago—was going 60 mph over the speed limit—it should have only been going 10 mph—it was going 70 mph. 87 year old Marion Indiana wheel-chair bound woman was viciously attacked by dogs at her daughters home… the daughter stated that wild dogs entered the home and attacked the mother.. prosecutors say the daughter lied and the daughter and her husband are set to go on trial today—if convicted they could get 6 to 20 years in prison. Linda Kitchen said she was working in the backyard of her home when she heard a commotion—she said she found her mother Julia Beck being attacked by two dogs. Police concluded that it was the Kitchens own dogs that mauled the woman. Insurance adjustors are now making decisions about which homes they will pay for.. a lot of insurance.. people with insurance that covers hurricanes but not floods—and these people are arguing that the flood was part of the hurricane—they were wind-driven waters. A’s won, Yankees won, angels had day off A way to get your law degree without going to law school—it’s called being a “law reader”—such as working for a judge or prosecutor—and you’re allowed to take the bar exam if you have been a law reader. California, Vermont, Virginia, & Washington allow law readers to take the bar exame after three or four years in apprenticeships registered with the state . New York, Maine ^& Wyoming let non-law school graduates take th e bar exam if they have a combination of office, study, & law school experience. Only one law reader passed the Virginia bar of nine attempts. You don’t need a bachelors degree to take the bar exam. Washington is the only state where law readers pass the bar at a higher rate than traditional students. A’s won, Angels won, Yankees won. Researcvhers at Berkely have found a way to acoustically, essentially spy on people on computers—by listening to the clicks and the clacks of the keyboard—it can be as accurate as 96% --Zhuang—the author of the experiment. .. in the end—after improvements it could accurately predict 96% of characters and 80% of words Rosh Hashana literally translates as “head of the year” --.. celebration of creation of the world. Observed on the first day of the Hebrow Month of Tishrei, which usually falls in September or October, ..marks the beginning of a ten day period of prayer. Ten days are referred to as Yamim Noraim or “The days of Awe” , or the High Holidays, , Selichot--? Means “forgiveness’_ pentitenial prayers recited by Jews prior to the onset of the high holidays, .. prepares for ten days of reflection and self-examination. Tashlica? Usually performed on first day of Rosh Hashana after afternoon service—the symbolic casting away of transgressions, usually performed near a body of water asking

for forgivness and throwing bread into a body of water ( or sometimes rocks). Why dip an apple into honey on Rosh Hashana? Sweet apples dipped into sweet honey equals a sweet year.Numerous seeds of the pomegranates which just happen to reach ripeness at this time of year symbolize our good deeds. What is Yom Kippur? Day of Atonement. Leviticus 23.27. What is Kol Nidre? Services on yom kiupper begin with Kol Nidre—the opening prayer and also the name of the evening service—an Aramaic declaration that nullfies all the vows and promises one makes to God or him or herself—an acknowledgment of the weakness of human resolution. Yizkor? –a service that recalls loved ones that have died and is recited on Yom Kippur. Article by Rabbi Jonathon Kraus—entitled the “Lowdown on Ritual and Worship”. It says “We ask for forgiveness and repent almost exclusively in the first person plural, this emphasis on we vs. I reflects Judaisms emphasis on community. “Richard Sherman, a clinical and consulting psychologist in Tarzana is president of the L.A. Chapter of the Republican Jewish Coalition went to Louisiana as a Red Cross volunteer. Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles Vol 20, No. 30, Sept 16-22-, 2005. September 22, 2005 Judge Roberts—is approved for Supreme Court. .. Jet Blue made an emergency landing yesterday —.. passengers were able to watch their own landing—because they have TV on their flights. . small earthquake in L.A. today-4.7. ..rocket carrying military research satellite blastoff Thursday, dazzling spectators from California to Arizona with a rainbow of colors as it streaked across the sky. Minotaur rocket carrying.. at 724 pm. from Vandenberg Air Force base, said Major Todd Fleming. Research & development arm of the Pentagon. 920 pound payload.. will stay in orbit for a year— gathering information about the earth’s environment at low orbit. After blastoff the rocket made from decommissioned 1st and 2nd stages of a Minuteman II missle .. over the Pacific.. “never seen anything like it “ said Ken Baker who was driving along PCH from El Segundo to Manhattan beach.. “saw the rocket streaking against the night sky…” Man from Rialto Ca- allegedly intentionally ran down pedestrians on the sidewalk in Las Vegas. .. New Orleans floods again. 24 people killed on a bus carrying Nursing home evacuees—caught fire in a traffic jam. Max Mayfield, director of the National Hurricane Center said “People are going to die around Beaumont, Port Arthur Texas, and Lake Charles Louisiana—with a possible 20 foot storm surge. .. Some say Hurricane Rita could cause gasoline prices to go up to 4 dollars per gallon. About 90% of Galveston’s 58000 residents have evacuated. AP article be, Tim Whitmire, Contribution by Brett Martell. Rosenberg—elected new president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), taking the place of Melissa Gilbert, who decided not to run for a third term. Rosenberg beat Morgan Fairchild and Robert Conrad. The other major entertainment union is the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists.Angels have a seven game winning streak going with a few games to go. They look bound to win the AL west. Detroit lost its 8th straight game. How do they decide on naming formations on Mars—the union decided that large craters would be named after deceased scientiests.. * authors who wrote about Mars such as H.G. Wells and … small craters-after towns with pop with fewer than 100,000 people. .. large valleys named for Mars in nonEnglish languages. Small valleys named after rivers, nothing smaller than 330 feet would get an official name unless it had exceptional scientific interest, Internaaional Astronomical Union Said. September 24, 2005

Romero, CHP Officer, married father of five children—stopped at red light on his motorcyle—saw a car approaching behind him at a fast speed—he had time to put on his flashing lights and warn the car to slow down but the car ran him over—if he had time to put on his signals why didn’t he use that time to jump out of the way. CHP officer. .. ? driver of car may have been drunk..Romero was pronounced dead at the USC medical center. 20 years as a motorcyle officer for the CHP. . Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys will personally call any person who donates $100 or more to the Katrina recovery fund—via his website September 25, 2005 MicrosoftTeaming up with Palm Inc. to make a new smart phone,windows based version of the Trio —offered thru Verizon. . USC wins 45-14 over Oregon. Leinart threw for 315 yards and 3 touchdowns. Record crowd of 59000 in Oregon. Digital Camera jammers—trying to stop people from using camphones. Wisconsin beat U of M. Couple from Ireland visiting the United States were among those who were hit by the driver in Las vegas. Aidan Nolan & his wife, Rachel Burke age 24, were walking down the strip holding hands, when the driver hit both of them. They are both hospitalized. The wife suffered fractures to both hands . Nolan, age 30, dislocated right shoulder, broken bone in his left arm, and fractured knee. They had only been married three weeks. Article by Christina Almeida for VZW News. Cases of reported corporal punishment is up in New York Public schools—doubling from the year before—many of the allegations involve faculty and staff pushing, shoving, and grabbing arms. One of the complaints involves a student who was put outside to “cool off” in December for ten minutes without a jacket. Another involved a Teacher who allegedly tackled a student who reached for a pencil on the floor. And several cases of a student’s mouth being taped shut. New York’s Education Dept had different responses to the various allegations involving teachers, substitute teachers, bus drivers, teacher aides, etc. .. some of them were given a counseling session, some suspended, one fired. Article by Michael Gormley VZW. Northwest Airplane flight from U.S. to Tokyo was delayed for 43 hours—due to a lack of a flight crew. Passengers were kept on the plane for a total of nine hours over a 24 hour period. In southwest Louisiana—water so rough it capsized recue boats. Kathleen Blanco, governor of Louisiana, said as many as 250 people were rescured but there may be over 1000 who need help. The hardest hit parish.. was in addition to Vermillion, Cameron, and Calcasieu parish said Louisiana National Guard spokesman Maj Ed Bush. September 26, 2005 Rally against the war in iraq on Saturday brought out 100’s of 1000’s in Washington D.C. but the the rally for the war on Sunday brought out only a few 100. .. approval for the war has been declining steadily. Earthquake of magnitude 7 hits northern Peru. Getty Museum is being accused of knowingly purchasing stolen Italian art work. Getty Museum curator Mirian True has been charged by Italian authorities of conspiring to traffic looted Italian antiquities. The Getty acknowledges they purchased stolen Italian art but said they did not do so knowingly. Trial is proceeding in Rome. Reports of violent crime in the United States are at the lowest level since the government began maintaining statistics 32 years ago. Story about the power and presence of Samsung corporation in S. Korea. One of every two S. Koreans uses a Samsung phone. Samsung has 2500 PH.D’s on its payroll. Samsung posted a profit of about 10 billion last year. They have also been accused of bribing politicians, but also hiring former politicians as advisors. The average pay at Samsung is more than $70,000 more than triple korea’s per capital income. They do chemicals, electronics, TV picture

tubes, etc. etc. insurance, finance, credit cards, securiies, communications, . The chairman of Samsung is Lee Kun Hee..with an estimated fortune of 4 billlion dollars. “Willful blindness” is one aspect of determining negligence. Article about the woman who had HIV – had two children—refused to have either of them tested for HIV, and also breastfed them—claiming she does not believe HIV causes AIDS. Suddenly her daughter died. Woman’s last name is Maggiore. Cindy Sheehan was arrested in Washington D.C. for a sitdown protest by the White house without a permit. Edward Hale age 64 goes by the name Papa Pilgrim—who lives in Alaska—has been charged with sexual assault and incest—he has a wife and 15 children--. He’s on the run. 30 felony counts including 10 sexual counts , 8 counts of incest, 3 counts of assault. Fired employee in New York walked into a nail polish factory Monday and shot the co-owners and the manager in the head before killing himself. All three shot by Victor Piazza survived the shootings —although one is in critical condition. Piazza was fired by Verla International after being arrested in 2004 on charges he had child pornography on his company computer. He was sentenced to ten years probation. Factory co-owner Mario Maffei , age 57, and Robert Roth, age 65, were in stable condition. JoAnn Obrien age 49, was in critical condition. Angels need two more wins to clinch the division!. Feng Shui –the practice of using space and placement of furniture etc. has its roots in Taoism some say—it is practiced in China but not endorsed by the government—now opponents are raising an outcry because a government run university is teaching it. Big debt relief package is being planned in Congress—along with a few other countries (i.e. “big eight”) to cancel the debt of some of the most poverty=stricken nations . Treasurey Secreatry John Snow said “The plan is an extraordinary opportunity as well as an enormous challenge.” It could win approval within a week from various world banks and IMF Board, and would forgive an estimated $40 billion dollars in debt, most of them African countries. Eighteen in all. Group of economic powers are offering to pay the debt. It would push the amount of debt cancellation to more than $55 billion. Article by Jeanninne Avirsa. Verizon News,. Cindy Sheehan met with Sen John McCain who is also a Vietnam Vet, story by Jennifer Talhelm September 27, 2005 Mother of the missing Holloway girl in Aruba contends the Dutch boy in Aruba (Vandersloot) is lying--. And said that she is going to go to the Netherlands to keep the story alive. Dutch boy is going to the university there now Lady who was accused o fhaivng sex with teenage boys who wanted to be a “cool mom” in Denver— is scheduled to be sentenced tomorrow. She was out driving in an SUV with a 14 year old driver— the driver crashed—rolled over the van—injuring the mother and her two childen—who are all now in serious condition in the hospital. 41 year old Sylvia Johnson. Lindy England is sentenced to three years in prison for her involvement in the abuse of Iraq prisoners-of-war September 28, 2005 Tom Delay has been indicted on a conspiracy charge for illegally funnelling corporate cash to Repoublicans in 2002. Delay says he is a victim of partisan vendetta by the democratic District Attorney in Austin, Ronny Earle. Delay said, “My defense in this case will not be technical or legalistic . It will be categorical and absolute.” “Mr. Earle & his staff know it, and I will prove it.” Earle denied political motivation saying in Austin 12 of the 15 cases he has prosecuted have been against Democrats. In 1994 a case prosecuted by Earle against Kay Bailey Hutchinson was tossed out of court on the first day of trial. If convicted Delay could face upt to two years in prison and a fine of $10,000.

Global warming seems to be affecting Alaska more than other places in the world. .. temperatures have risen 3.6 to 5.4 degrees farenheit over the past five decades in Alaska, compared to only 1 degree in the rest of the world over the last century. Man who used his car to mow down two dozen people in two incidents in mid-town Manhattan three years ago killing one pedestrian during a crime rampage pled guilty to murder Wednesday. Ronald Popavich, age 42, was involved in a hit-and-run, , then returned a few days later on February 14 and did the same thing—this time he was caught. Several persons were injured in the first rampage, including one who later died. A few days later Popavich injured seven others. He also pled guilty last year to killing his neighbor, Lisa Gutkin, age 40, after she rebuffed his sexual advances. Popavich shot her six times. Feb 10, 2002. In another crime during the same period he shot and wounded a New York Cab driver on February 13. Museum originally planned to be included at the World Trade Center site—has now been abandoned. Plans for the International Freedom Museum has been dropped due to protests , mostly by families of the victims of 911. San Diego Padres clinch the NL west title. Article about California Teachers Association (CTA), and Gov. Schwaarzenaager’s attempt to defeat the influence and power they have held for so long. . The power CTA has held to quash bills that they don’t like. They used 21 million dollars to fight against Proposition 38 which would have allowed citizens the choice of a private school with a school voucher, and the proposition was defeated. Article about how they grade restaurants in Los Angeles—C is the lowest grade---meaning it could be closed down if it gets a little bit worse. Scott Peck , author of The Road Less Travelled died at age 69 in Connecticut. Angels lost to A’s. Quicksand doesn’t actually swallow a prson up this article says —but can envelope you up to waist deep. They say the best way to get out is to get water into the sand near your feet. But don’t wiggle, that makes it worse September 29, 2005 Boys found starving in New Jersey—are set to receive 12. 5 million for ..the abuse they suffered because social services did notew hop properly investigate.. 19 year old boy was found weighing only 45 pounds.. Bruce Jackson—appeared to be 7 years old .. when police found him rummaging through a neighibors trash can in Collingswood.. October 2003..three of his younger adoptive brothers were similarly underweight. .. the adoptive parents withheld food while the boys survived on gypsum wallboard and uncooked pancake batter. The reporter (Miller) who was being held in prison until her source was revealed has been released with permission from her source to answer any questions about him and to identify him .. the source turned out to be vice-president Dick Cheney’s chief-ofstaff Lewis “scooter” Libby—who gave her assurances that she could reveal the contents of their conversation. New York City Fire Dept’s new Muslim Chaplain abruptly resigned after making comments concerning his doubts about the 911 attacks being solely the work of al Quaeda hijackers—noting that he heard professionals say that fire could not make a tower fall apart like the World Trade Center towers did—indicating he believed there was a conspiracy going on, which requried collaboration from within. Fire commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta told reporters an hour before Imam Intikab Habib was to be officially sworn in . Imam was from Saudi Arabia—where many of the 911 hijackers were from. He apparently realized himself that his views were contrary to what would be expected from a New York Fire Dept chaplain. October 1, 2005 Roy Romer got a one year contract extension—some were against him. But not enough. Missouri Southern Football Coach,k age 46, died of heart attack in Joplin Missouri. Passengers at Philippine airport saw a rat in the plbane as they boarded—they took everbody off, searched the plane for 13

hours.. never found it.. grandsons of WWII leaders, Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin debated the merits of the Yelta Conference----60 years after the decisive summit which drew borders for the countries following the war. Grandsons—now elderly themselves laughed often during their first meeting ever. .. “my grandfather had the highest regard for your grandfather as a war time leader ,” British author and politician Winston S. Churchill told Yvetny Dzhugashvili, Stalin’s grandson..a retired colonel and military historian--. .. the Yalta Conference took place as Stalin’s Army was poised for the final attack on Berlin after occupying Poland. Stalin had the largest army with 12 million soldiers, 300 divisions. Eisenhowers 4 million men and 85 divisions were still west of the Rhine at the time. The three grandsons met at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands. Churchills grandson agreed that Russia got most from the agreement. “Possession is 9/10 of the law. Marshal Stalin possesed half of Europe at the time of the meeting and there was nothing Churchhill or Roosevelt could do about that” Stalin’s grandson said the divisions made at Yelta were fair because of the sacrifices by the soviet union in beating Germany. Russia’s loss of troops was in the millions. He added that there were also some good things that happened at Yalta—the united Nations was formed. Article by Toby Sterling. Article about gun control in the dominican Republic—it’s legal to carry them although they are supposed to be concealed, albeit many carry them openly anyways. But people are getting killed and stray bullets are killing people, including children—at least 25 children have been killed by stray bullets since January. 1719 homicides in the first eight months of the year, 75 % by guns. To get a gun legally in the Dominican you have to under go a drug test, background check, and a psychological evaluation and train at a shooting gallery for a day. One example of a stray bullet doing harm is the case of Tania in a town 50 miles south of Santa Domingo—the bullet hit her in the temple and exited her right eye, severing her optic nerves and leaving her blind. 22 killed and 50 wounded in Bali explosiions—the blast hit simultaneously in tourist areas.—a month before the president had warned of possible attacks. Two Americans were wounded. One explosion took place in two packed sea food restaurants in Jimbaran Beach— and in a bustling downtown shopping center . The attacks took place nearly three years to the day that bombings in Kuta killed 202 people. Astronomers who claimed to have discovered the 10th planet have another intriguing announcement. They have also discovered the planet’s moon in the Kuiper belt-, disc of icy bodies beyond Neptune. The moon is 150 miles wide, 60 times fainter than Xena which is what the planet has been nicknamed. October 1, 2005 U.S. Millionaire and scientist Gregory Olsen is on the Russian spacecraft going to the International Space Station. Olsen is the 60 year old founder of an infra-red camera maker based in Princeton NJ. He reportedly paid 20 million for a seat on the the expedition 12 flight. Olsen is the third nonastronaut to finish the orbiting station. California businessman Dennis Tito took a trip for 20 million in 2001 and S. African Mark Shuttleworth followed a year later. Russia is now saying they expect the U.S. to make payments or some sort of Capitol investment in exchange for future U.S. participation on Russian flights. The Law passed in 2000 penalizes countries that sell unconventinoal weapons and missile technology to Iran. Russia is helping Iran build an 800 million dollar Nuclear Power plant. . The U.S. Senate has agreed to amend the measure and lift the ban on NASA’s soyuz seats until 2012, but the House has not yet acted on it. USC”s win over Arizona State was their 26th consecutive victory. Arizona State led 21-3 at halftime. 97 degrees there. No. 15 Alabama beat No. 5 Florida 31-3. OJ Simpson signed autographs at a Horror Movie Convention in Northridge CA. Angels have won 13 of their last fifteen games—they are one game behind the Yankees for the second best record—Padres won their division with a record of 81-80, the lowest winning percentage in a non-strike year.

William Bennet former educaiton secretary made some comments on his radio talk show –that if he aborted all the black male babies the crime rate would go down—he said he was being facetious, but the comment does seem inappropriate.. Bennet was the author of the Book of Virtues. He was criticized for his penchant for gambling and is a “preferred customer” in Atlantic City and Vegas. Gov. Schwaarzenaager vetoed the gay marriage bill and he also supports parental notification for underage abortions. He praised the Minuteman. He dumped state reclamation board members who offended developers and has tried to point an industry lobbyist to a key environmental post. He supports stem cell research. Half of his appointees have been Republicans , ¼ democrat, others independent. Proposition 73 would ban abortions for minors unless parents were notified. He also supports the vocatiional education—they say this stems from his youth in Austria—a two tiered system that prepares some for college and others for trades. Schwarzenaager was on the trade track—he sold wood at a construction materials company at GRAZ before making it in body building. The boat that capsized in New York on Lake St. George—killing several elderly passengers did not have the required number of crew members on board—there should have been one more. Most of the passengers were from Trenton, Michigan. Ethan Allen was the name of the boat. –killed 20.. The only crew member aboard was Capt Richard Perris. AP writer Candace Choi contributed to this story .. Judge ruled Monday that a roman Catholic priest who hung himself in December almost certainly killed two people in a funeral home three years ago. Judge Eric Lundell. Determination re. Rev Ryan Erickson who committed suicide after being questioneed by police.. Funeral home director found out that the priest was sexually abusing somebody and providing minors with alcohol. St. Croi County D.A. Eric Johnson ….hearing a deacon testified that he confided that he shot to death funeral home director Dan O’Connel , age 39, and employee James Ellison , age 22. Deacon Russel Lundgren. Erickson, age 31, was found hanging from a fire escape at St. Marys Church on December 19. Story by Robert Imrie, VZW news. Trenton Mi is 25 miles south of Detroit—the pick of George Bus for Supreme Court is Harriet Ellen Miers *I,.e myers).. was Bush’s personal lawyer in Texas and his satff secretary in Washington-who controls very piece of paper that crosses Bush’s desk. First woman hired by her law firm in 1972. First woan preisdent .first woman president of Dallas Bar Assoc 1985. FirstWoman president of Texas State Bar 1992. 1st Woman president of her law firm 1996. She went to Southern Methodust Univ. –got her BA and law degree from there. She was co-managing partner of 400 lawyer of Locke , Little, and Sapp. ..Liddlel, Sapp, not married. .. story by Nancy Benac VZW News—she’s never been a judge.. joins ruth Ginsburg if accepted. During Bush’s first term ofas governor in Texas, Alberto Gonzalez,, Miers introduced Alberto Gonazles to Bush.. .Gonzalez used information turned up by Miers to excuse Bush from Jury duty—a civic test which would have forced Bush to disclose his 1976 arrest for drunk driving in Maine. The inciden twas not divulged until the waning days of his term .. campaign.. 200 campiagn.. Conservators are concerned about Miers noting that Southerm Methodistucs are notoriously pro-abortion. Trying to rebut cronyism White House staff introduced .. statistics showing that 10 of the 13 10 of 34 not 13 . of the justices confrimed since 1933 had worked for the president that picked them. Story by Richemann; and Ap Writer Ron Fournier contributed.. VZW news. Delays lawyers are trying to get the charge of conspiring to violate campaign finance laws thrown out because a statute enforcing that law didn’t take effect until 2003, a year after the alleged acts. Subsequently District Attorney Ronny Earle re-convened a new grand jury and had them endict Delay again ---on money laundering charges. Which carries a penalty of up to life in prison, A conspiracy conviction up to 20 years. Delay is 58 years old. AP writer Susanne Gamboa and _______ Lester Wash D.C. as well as Kelly Shandon in Austin Contributed to this report. Tigers are

dismissing Alan Trammel .. offering him a position of special assistant to the GM. Tigers ended the season losing 29 of its final 35 games. Trammels record as manager of the Tigers was 186 wins and 300 losses. He hired Kirk Gibson, Lance Parrish, and a few other ex-tigers to be on the coaching staff. In 2003 they went 43-119, setting an American league record for losses—and coming within one loss of the major league record set by the xpansion 1962 Mets. Story by Jason Beck MLB.Com. Nine people were charged with bilking the Red Cross of about $25,000.. suspects were contract workers at a National Red Cross Call Center in bakersfield, Said U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott. Five people allegedly picked up checks they were not entitled to. Frankling Graham, son of Billy Graham, said hurricne Katrina could lead to a spiritual rebirth of a sinful New Orleans. Graham said he does not believe the storm was a punishment by God for what he says is the city’s ties to Satanic worship and sexual perversion. “I’m not saying that God is using the storm as a judgment.” But that the city’s Mardi Gras revelry and ties to and voodoo were contrary to Christian beliefs. He said New Orleans has strong ties to the gay and lesbian movement .. “There’s been Satanic worship, there’s been sexual perversion. God is going to use that storm to bring revival. God has a plan. God has a purpose” He said, “The good news is that God loves sinners.” He’s been busy with the group he founded called His Samaritans Purse” .. They’ve been distrubuting 200 trailer homes. And they’ve been criticized for distrubuting Christian material to childeren including a stuffed lamb that plays “Jesus loves You” along with Christian tracts. 13 foot python snake tried to swallow a 6 foot alligator in Everglades National Park. It explodedd from the mid-section. The Burmse Python—after an 8 billion restoration project in the Eveglades the python threatens the restoration--. Said Frank Mazzotti Univ of Floriday wildlife professor. Python be blew up. Python was found with the alligators hindquarters protruding fromits midsection. Its stomach still surrounded the alligators head, shoulders and forelimbs. Story by Denise Kiole Kalette VZW news. Anther wildfire erupted along the 60 freeway . October 6, 2005 Anniversary of Orville Wright’s first airplane—this year—100th anniversary in Ohio. Another question that arises from the Amanda Steele case –is if I was intent on harrassing her or hurting her, why would I go out of my way to make myself known—my name, my address, etc. Next hearing date is Friday Oct 14 3 pm—is the time of the next hearing. Hilton Hotel is asking Katrina evacuees to leave—so they can honor reservations. Woman kicked off airplane because of a t-shirt that said “F..k Bush” and Cheney and Rice--. Lorrie Heasley , of Woodland Wash, says she plans to file a suit against the airlines—which took place at the Reno airport. Heasley is a 32 year old lumber saleswoman. She agreed to wear a sweatshirt over the t-shirt—but when it slipped off she was ordered to wear the shirt inside out or leave. They chose to leave. 85 year old alzheimers patient who wandered away from her home was found raped and shot an hour after she was reported missing [SAD STORY OF THE YEAR?].. she had surgery and is recovering—she did not remember the attack. Before dawn her daughter helped her get dressed . The daughter went to another room for a while and when she returned the mother was gone. A deputy patrolling outside a nearby jail found the mother lying on the sidewalk fully clothed but with a broken leg and gun shot wound to her pelvic area.Hospital examination showed evidence of a sexual assasult. As many as 400 songbirds were killed in one night, after they flew into wires holding up a television tower. They were killed on the night of Sept 13-14 at the WMTV tower--.. 172 dead birds found around the base. Crows and cats took another 200 . VZW NEWS. Information from Wisconsin State Journal, no author listed.

Whitehouse employee suspected of being a spy. When Joseph Estrada was president of the Philippines—he came to the White House to Visit President Bush. While here they used lures of small amounts of money and appeals to ethnic loyalty to recruit Leandro (?) Aragoncillo. He was a half million dolalrs in debt. Michael Eisner has stepped down as CEO from Disney and also resigned from the board, saying he has severed all ties to Disney. He will not serve as a consultant. Eisner had been president for 21 years. October 8, 2005 Kansas Supreme Court on Friday ousted a trial court county judge for viewing pornography on the internet in his office. Saline County District Court Judge George Robertson, age 56, had been on the bench for ten years. County computer technician discovered it and reported it. Robertson said he was an elder in his church and used the pornography as a diversion over the nine month .. Story by John Milburn. VZW News. FBI examined computers in VP Dick Cheney’s office in their investigation of the Philippin-American who worked in the whitehouse who may have given classified material to the Phillippined govt. Eric (?) Aragoncillo, age 46, of New Jersey is currently confined in jail. Adam Schiff, current representative for Pasadena . is a former federal prosecutor who ran a FBI Spy case. From May to August 15 of this year—Aragoncillo downloaded 101 classified documents .. of which 37 were classified as secret. … .. story by Mark Sherman, VZW News. Angels won 11-7 in New York!. Chone Figgins hit a tie breaking single and made a good defensive play while Garret Anderson had 4 hits and 5 rbi’s to lead them to the win in the Bronx. WhiteSox beat Red Sox sweeping the series—winner of Yankees Angels willl play the white sox. Washington Monument was evacuated today because of a bomb threat—after they searched the premises and nothing was found—the monument was re-opened. Landslides and flooding exacerbated by Hurricane Stan killed 277 people across the region—of Central America0—with Guatemla bearing the brunt of it. Also a strong earthquake shuddered through Guatemala and El Salvador on Friday. The quake measured 5.8. Boy George arrested on drug charges in New York City—after he called the police around 3 a.m. to report a burglary they found cocaine by his computer. He claims it was not his cocaine. His real name is George O’Dowd. Said Detective Kevin Czartoryski.In 1986 he was convicted of possession of heroin in England. Two of his friends overdosed in that incident. This led to the disintegration of his group, “The Culture Club” . Registered sex offender who fashioned a loin cloth from a piece of rope and a piece of lawn furniture was arrested near a high school when he asked four girls for a ride to the mall or a motel, police said. Ray James Bailey, age 33, from Washington was wearing only the rope when he shocked a … woman , appearing in her backyard. Before he left, Bailey, who appeared to be covered in feces ran away with a leopard print piece of vinyl from a lawnchair. About an hour later four Medford High School gals waiting in a car were approached by Bailey who was now wearing jeans but still covered in the fecal matter. Authorities announced plans to open a multimillion dollar sexual theme park near London’s Picadilly Circus. The London Academy of Sex & Relationships will not be a sleazy sex museum but an educational multi-media attraction that will teach visitors to become better lovers. It’s just around the corner from Soho—London’s red light district. Governor Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota—at the openining of the Minnesota Wild’s Hockey Season— was supposed to say “It’s time to drop the puck, let’s play hockey” Instead the F-word came out of his mouth instead. He apologized later saying it was a slip of the tongue

Church is having kids swallow live gold fish as a way of teaching them to defeat fear. Paula Keaton an employee at Pet Depot who sold the goldfish considers it cruelty to animals and said they wouldn’t have sold them if they knew the Church, First Assembly of God in Alabama, was going to use them in such a manner. Coyotes in Massachussets are becoming aggressive –a few reports of attacks on humans. School history teacher took the shirt off his back to catch a baby as a woman with triplets gave birth in a stairwell. Lonitta Lewis , age 30, was on her way to a doctors appointment on Monday when she felt the first birth pain . She cried out for help but was largely ignored until Biko Eisen Martin took notice. He was a teacher on a break from Berkely High, ran to a nearby café, called for an ambulance and returned in time with his tshirt to catch a 3 pound baby gal. The other two girls were delivered by Caesarean Section. Distributing pornography and possession of pornography is illegal in India (good for them!), When a neighbor complained that somebody was watching a porno movie too loudly the police came and arrested them. They could serve as long as three months in prison. Story by Neelesh-Nisra VZW Strange News. Jeffrey Katenberger, found some samples of the Flu of 1918 in tissue samples in a warehouse where human preserves are kept dating back to the Civil War. From tissue samples of soldiers he was able to extract the flu of 1918 which could help combat the potential bird flu pandemic—if it ever becomes an actuality. The flu of 1918 also began with birds. Not long ago Paula Paine seemed to be on top of the world . She was the toast of the Houston social scene. She was beautiful and brilliant, a former model. She had worked for three years at the White House. Her husband Jeff was a successful businessman. She was starting a family with three children. But she wasn’t happy. She was addicted to shoplifting. It’s not uncommon, they say, --pointing to the case of Wynona Ryder as well as Jennifer Wilbanks—who had been arrested three times for shoplifting. They say psychiatrists are finding evidence that shoplifting can be truly a compulsive, self-destructive behavior. _____ Grant A psychiatrist at the University of Minessota said “The brains of kleptomaniacs are different than normal people” showing two pictures to Prime Time News. The nerve track fibers in the front of the brain were not as dense in the brains of kleptomaniacs as they were in the brains of normal people. The front of the brain is what tells us essentially not to do things. Grant and other psychiatrists say that shoplifters are essentially selfmedicating when they steal. Grant says “When we learn more about the biology of shoplifting addiciton it will become more accepted as an actual illness.” National Society for Shoplifting Prevention Website. The Asian earthquake has topped 700 in deaths so far. Contest to create a workable unmanned vehicle is starting in Primm and ending in Primm— (California?) –2 million dolllar reward. Last year—none of the vehicles made it over the 140 mile course—the farthest anyone of them went was seven miles. Remote control is not allowed. The vehicle must be able to navigate using GPS, computer data, camera and sensors. Two hours before the race begins they will be handed a CD Rom that gives the coordinates for the exact route the vehicle is to take. They will leave the starting gate at staggered times. A chase car will follow each one. And a Judge can stop any of them if they go too far astray. Hurricane Katrina initially knocked out 2.8 million phone lines, 1600 cell phone towers. More than 24,000 cable TV connections. Bible Society launched a version that can be read in SMS—i.e. cell phone text messaging. They used the International Contemporary English Version of the Bible from which to translate

Shanise K. age 9, stabbed Queen Washington age 11 in the chest with a kitchen knife, on Memorial Day after the two youngsters fought over a rubber ball in Brooklyn New York.l The girls mothers were best friends. France gets more alligator skins from the U.S. than any other country. 300 children inUkraine were found sick and some of them hospitalized after having drank Kefir, a popular drink made of fermented milk. Four of the kids are in critical condition. [Missing October 9 through November 17, 2005] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------November 18, 2005 Mahinda Rajapaks , former movie star and prime minister, landed biggest role by winning Sri Lanka’s presidential election (story by People’s Daily Online). Tropical storm Gamma—going up Central American Caribeean coast—the 25th named storm in the Atlantic hurricane season—may hit S. Florida next week. Authorities captured one of two prisoners that escaped from the Iowa State penitentiary earlier this week. Near a prisoner in southern Illinois . Martin Shane Moon age 34 was arrested in Chester Illinois after prison officials at the Menard State prison noticed him sleeping in a stolen car near the prison at 3 a.m. he had been convicted to life in prison in 2000 after being convicted of murdering his roomate 10 yhears earlier. . He escaped from the prison after using an improvised grappling device to scale a 30 foot wall. Story by Christine Mathis (Chester , in the Southern). Police in Pennsylvania say the found an arsenal of ammunition in the home of the teenager, Ludwig, who killed his girlfriends parents, (UPI NEWS) in Lititz PA. Great Lake Officials said they were stunned when the EPA put a roadblock on the 20 million previously designated for improvements, President Bush called the great lakes a “national treasure” –and experts had previously recommended 20 million .. but EPA administrator Stephen Johnson said the restoration wont get funding until an analysis of existing programs is undertaken, Detroit Free Press reported Friday. Times Top 100 Novel list #1—Adventure of Augie Marks #2---All the Kings Men American Pastoral by Philip Roth American Tragedy by Theodore Dreisser Animal Farm—George Orwell Pointmen in Samarra (?) by John O’Hara Are You There God, it’s Me Margaret by Judy Plume The Assistant by Bernard Malamud At Swim Two Birds(?) by …Obrien Atonment by Ian Mckewen (?) Beloved by Tony Morrison The Berlin Stories by Christopher Isherwood (?) The Big Sleep by Raymond chandler The Blind Assassin by Margeret Atwood Blood Meridian by Cormack McCarthy Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder Call it Sleep by Henry Roth Catch 22 by Joseph Heller Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess Confessions of Nat Turner by William Styron The Corrections by Jonathon Franzon The Crying of Lot 49 byThomas Pinchon

Dance to the Music of Time by Anthony Powell Day of the Locust by Nathaniel West Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather Death in the Family by James Agee Death of the Heart by … Elizabeth.Bowen Deliverance by James Dickey Dog Soldiers by Robert Stone Falconer by .. John Cheever French Lieutenants Woman by .. John Fowls (?) The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing Go Tell it on the Mountain by James Baldwin …Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pinchon Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Handful of Dust by Evelyn Waugh Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCuller Heart of the Matter by Graham Greene Herzog by Saul Bellow Housekeeping by Marilyn Robinson House for Mr_____. By B.S. Naipaul.. I, Claudius by Robert Graves. Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison Light in August by William Faulkner Lion Witch & Wardrobe by CS Lewis Lolita by Vladamir Nabokov Lord of the Flies by William Golding Lord of the Rings by J.R. Tolkien Loving by Henry Green Lucky Jim by Kingsley Amis The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead (?) Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie Money by Martin Amis The Moviegoer by Walker Percy Mrs. Dalloway by Virgina Woolf Naked Lunch … by William Burroughs Native Son by Richard Wright Neuromancer by William Gibson Never let me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro 1984 by George Orwell On the Road by jack Kerouac One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey The Painted Bird by Jerzy Kosinski Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov Passage to India by E. M Forster Play it as it Lays by Joan Didion Portnoys Complaint by Philip Roth Possession by A.S. Byatt The Power & the Glory by Graham Greene The Prime of Ms Jean Grody (?) by Muriel Spark Rabbit Run by John Updike Ragtime by E.L. Doctorow The Recognitions by William Gaddis Red Harvest by Dashiell Hammett Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates

The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowels Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut Snowcrash by Stephenson The Sotweed Factor By John Barth Sound and Fury by William Faulkner The Sportswriter by Richard Ford (?) The Spy Who Came in From the Cold by John LeCarre The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller Ubik by Philip K. Dick Under the Net by Iris Murdock Under the Volcano by Malcolm Lowry Watchmen by Alan Moore(?) and Dave Gibbons White Noise by Don Delillo White Teeth by … Z. Smith Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys USC beats Fresno States 50-42, with heroic efforts by Reggie Bush . Bush set a pac 10 record with 513 all purpose yards. This is the 33rd consecutive win for USC. Fresno State scored twice in the span of 12 seconds to take a 42-41 lead with 9:47 left in the game. Bush made his only mistake— fumbling the ensuing kickoff recovered by Fresno State who scored on the next play. Trojans came right back with an 89 yard drive. Ohio State beat Michigan with two touchdowns in the final 7 minutes, stunning the Wolverines. Ohio State has won four of the last five against Michigan. They are now co-champs of the Big Ten with Penn State—but Penn State gets the BCS bid because they beat OSU. Georgia Tech beat #3 Miami--. They sacked Miami’s QB 7 times. Unranked Clemson beat #19 S. Carolina 13-9. Unranked UAB beat #24 UTEP. Kara Borden sat with four siblings in the chaplain of Lancaster Bible College for the funeral of her parents on Saturday. 100 people attended a Prayer service Wed night at the Monterey Chapel in Leola, PA where the Bordens worshipped and Mr. Borden was a church elder and Sunday school teacher. November 19, 2005 Lakers lost to Clippers CHP Officer was shot and killed during a traffic stop near Woodland, CA. on County Road 96. Twelve year old boy who dreamed of playing pro football died after a 180 pound barbell pinned him to a workout bench in Huntington Beach, CA. (Sign-on San Diego.Com). Former City councilman Michael Zucchet, accompanied by his wife Theresa , who had been convicted by a jury of various fraud related counts, had 7 of 9 of them dismissed by the judge.U.S. District Judge Jeffrey T. Miller threw out a jury’s guilty verdict. Antoher city councilman’s (Inzunza)--convictions were upheld. He was sentenced to two years in prison. This is in San diego. Daniel Alvarado says he was kidnapped by agents in El Salvador, hung blindfolded from the ceiling, shocked with electrical wires, and repeatedly beaten. Two decades later federal jury in Tennesse held a former Salvadoron army colonel liable for the pain & suffering. Nicholas Carranza, age 72, failed to stop crimes against humanity when he was top commander of El Salvador’s security forces. Carranza has lived in Memphis since 1985, showed no emotion. He is now a retired security guard

for an art museum, and has no way to pay the mult-million dollar judgment, said his attorney. 75, 000 Salvadorans died during the 12 year Civil War. November 21-23, 2005 Muhammad Ali museum opened in Louisville. The 93,000 square foot bldg and exhibits cost 75 million dollars. A dog was stuck in a sinkhole for 16 days. Dog named buck.. finally they rescued him near Great Smoky Mts Natl Park. Ap News. Pastor said he will camp out his church’s roof until he collects 500 donated turkeys for needy familes. Pastor David Martin of the of the Pitcairn Assembly. November 23, 2005. Tom Delay is expected to appear in court today—and ask the judge to dismiss the charges. Pat Priest is the judge. Michael Scanlon a former top aide representing Tom Delay, pled guilty to fraud today..he was also a one time partner o high power Washington Lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Pled guilty to a federal conspiracy charge …on Scanlon agreed to a deal to testify against Abramoff He must pay 19.7 million in restitution for kickbacks he admittted receiving. Scanlon admitted to plotting to cheat clients and corrupt federal officials. Among these clients were indian tribes who wanted politicall access in Washington. He could receive up to 5 years in prison. Female Teacher Deborah LeFavre, of Greco Middle School near Tampa FL, agreed to a plea bargain for having sex with a 14 year old student. She’ll receive 3 years of house arrest, no prison time. The lawyer said the deal was requested by the family who just wants to close the book on the case. Team from Harvard Medical School found that one year of breast feeding was associated with a 15% drop in a woman’s chance of developing Type 2 Diabetes. Each additional year of breastfeeding was associated with a greater reduction in risk of developing Type II diabetes. This guy who started shooting at the mall in Tacoma WA apparently called the police right before he did it and said to them, “Follow the sound of the screams…” An elderly couple drove 300 miles in the wrong direction after using their car to visit their son just down the road Franz Mueller age 88 and his wife Eva age 86 .. of Breitenborn in Germany were stopped by police 100’s of miles away –a huge traffic jam had built up behind them as they travelled slowly looking for familiar signs. The police called the couple’s son who drove to get them and lead them back home. (Ananova Quirkies). Paul McCartney beamed one of his songs from Anaheim to the Space Station on Nov 13. A Swiss driver caught speeding by a traffic camera attacked it with a pick axe, ran it over with his car , and threw it over the cliff—he was spotted by police as he threw it over the cliff. In China a 80 kilometer slick of Highly toxic benzene meandared down the river into one of China’s biggest cities leaving up to 4 million people without public water service. Massive explosion at a petro chemical benzene factory in China caused the spill upriver. On Nov 13. Government did not acknowledge it until Wednesday. The levels of Benzene-a carcinogen that can be lethal to someone who is exposed to high levels of it. DR. Wang—in South Korea leader of the efforts to clone—and who succesffully cloned a cow and dog.. just started a global stem cell research lab—resigned yesterday , admitting to having used human eggs from lab volunteers in his own lab—a breach of global international standards, but not unlawful—nonetheleess he resigned in “shame and disgracve” in his own words Hwang –WooSuk.. ..

S. Korea’s ministry found that while the eggs came from Female scientists—ther is nothing necessarily ethically wrong in it—but international standards are higher. .. and it was a “grave error” –Dr. Hwang said he twice told the scientists not do donate their eggs. He denied it to the Journal “Nature” saying he wanted to protect the privacy of the donors. Hwang was the head of the World Stem Cell Hub set up last month--. Gal by the name of V. Seema in Malyasia fell from a 12th story apartment floor sustained injuuries to her left hand and suffered a broken right leg but remained conscious after a fall broken by an awning and a tree. She had accidentally locked herself in the bathroom and tried to get to the adjoining room by climbing through the window Josh Tree actual name is Yucca Brevifolia. Giant member of the lilly family. Like the California Fan Palm Washingtonia … Falfera, the Joshua Tree is a Monicot. And don’t confuse the Joshua Tree with the Mojave Yucca. American Indians used the tree to make baskets, and they ate berries off of it, making it a healthy addition to their diet. Legend has it that Mormon travellers named the tree after the Biblical figure Joshua—t hinking of the trees as personified with arms outreached in supplication. . in the desert. The tallest Joshua Tree is 40 feet high November 24, 2005 Worst Computer Worm of the year—looks like an official CIA or FBI memo”Only 1/3 of the original colonists were separatists—they first went to the Netherlands but became disnchanted with the Dutch way of life saying it was ungodly—they set ground on Plymouth Rock on December 11, 1620. by the beginning of the next fall they had lost 46 of the original 102. who sailed on the Mayflower. Harvest of 1621 was a bountiful harest—decided to celebrate with a feast including 91 indians—more of a traditional England Harvest festival which lasted three days=--they may not have eaten pumpkin pie or turkey at the first feast. Potatoes either—they were still considered to be poisonous.. no feast the next year, not until the drought of 1623.. and not again for several decades.. George Washington proclaimed a National Day of Thanksgiving in 1789.. Jefferson scoffed at it. It was Sara Josefa Hale whose efforts eventually what we recognize today as Thanksgiving and it has been proclaimed by every president after Lincoln. In 1941 Congress decalred it to be a legal holiday to be celebrated the 4th Thursday of every november, the cornocopia is one of the most recognized symbols—symbolic of the horn of plenty . a bountiful harvest. Came from Greece Dennis Rupert—“Thanksgiving Story”— says the first recorded Christian Thanksgiving occurred in Texas on May 23, 1541—Spanish Explorere Francisco de Coronado—another occurred on June 30 1564 when French Huegonots Colonists celebrated with solemn praise and thanksgiving in a ceremony near what is now Jacksonville FL. .com. they talk about myths of Thanksgiving—Indians falsely stereotyped. Metro train in suburban Chicago smashed into several cars near Elmwood Park (ABC NEWS).Tiger Woods wins the Grand Slam Golf Tournament 23rd PGA—his 6th win in 7 appearances. Tom Cruise has two children Conner age 10, Isabella age 12 who he adopted with previous wife actres s Nicole Kidman. Story by Robert Javlon.. AP.. concerning Anti-Defamation League—demanding Michael Jackson apologize for anti-semitic statements—calling Jews “leeches’ in a private recorded phone converstaion. And he is being sued by a former advisor. Dozen war protestors were arrested on Wed when they tested a new ban on camping near Bush’s ranch. The group included Didi Miller-sister of Cindy Sheehan. [Missing: November 25, 2005-December 12, 2005] *Federal Appeals Court Denies Stanley Tookie Williams a Stay of Execution. Governor Schwaarzenaager Denies Clemency for Tookie Williams.*Michigan Nursing Home Fire Kills Two.

The Mather Nursing Center in Ishpeming Township, MI burned in 14 degree weather, injuring 70 and killing two (AP News) December 13, 2005 Tookie Williams was Executed at Midnight. MSM Commentary He made no final statement. I have reservations about the execution. Why? Because while murder yes is obviously the most serious crime and a grievous sin against a fellow human being, another sin is not allowing other persons to become complete [teleos]. Notwithstanding the question of whether Tookie Williams actually pulled the trigger that killed the four persons, he did appear to be remorseful for becoming a gang leader and wrote books advising children not to get involved in gangs. It is possible that God was going to use him for a positive purpose, as God did when he changed Saul to Paul (remember Saul was present at the stoning of Stephen). And it is not as if he would be freed from prison. He would still be in for life, without parole. I submit our leaders should err on the side of caution and with the hope of the person on death row becoming a positive impact on others. Tookie showed some tendency in this regard. As Christians we don't agree with the OT Eye for an eye... I prayed shortly before midnight for Tookie's soul and hope he made it to heaven along with the murder victims. December 18, 2005 Biggest news today and this week has to do with the communications by President Bush about the war in Iraq, the parliament election, and his assertiveness about 1) the failure of intelligence in making a legitimate case for war against Iraq;2) the need for eavesdropping on persons within the United States with known Al-quads links.MSM Commentary My position on Bush's decision to allow wiretaps without a court order: If and only if the persons who were wiretapped were definite links to Al-quads would it be okay. IF they are taking liberties beyond such defined links then our president has gone too far and needs to answer to the American people. December 21, 2005 The Senate approved an extension of the Patriot Act for six months. This is a hollow victory for the White House who wanted it renewed for four years. The Hussein Trial has resumed. Testimony by witnesses about friends relatives who were tortured apparently silenced Hussein for a while. One of the witnesses testified about seven brothers who were tortured and/or killed, some of them right in front of him. December 23, 2005 Donald Rumsfeld has announced Troop cutbacks in Iraq (ABC News). Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's cloning scientist, has resigned after his colleagues announced that he had fabricated results in his stem-cell research (BBC News). The New York Transit strike has ended. The bus train drivers returned to work today, although a new contract has not been agreed upon. Wal-Mart loses a classaction suit by its employees for not allowing them lunchtime. A California jury awarded the 1000's of Wal-Mart employees 172 million dollars (Seattle Times). The White House has issued a Tsunami Alert plan (Washington Post).For More In-depth Coverage go to Seattle Times December 26, 2005 This is Tsunami Remembrance Day. Depending upon who you talk to--you'll hear estimates from 200,000 up to 300, 000 killed by the tsunami. I've heard that around 220, 000 have been accounted for as deceased, while another 70,000 or so are missing (which probably means they are deceased), so 300,000 may not be far-fetched. In New Jersey, 2 Jersey police officers were killed after driving off a raised drawbridge, apparently unaware in the fog and rain that it was up (after having been dispatched to the bridge to notify motorists that it was malfunctioning). In Mclean, Virginia (which is

right by the CIA headquarters in Langley) a man shot his mother to death, then killed three more people elsewhere before killing himself. Sports: The Miami Heat and Shaquille O'Neal beat Kobe Bryant and the Lakers in a muchanticipated Christmas showdown. December 27, 2005 A Woman swallowed her cell phone after an argument . Police in Blue Springs ( Daily Times doesn't say what state) received a phone call from a man who said his girlfriend was having trouble breathing...they arrived and found the cell phone lodged in her throat. Apparently the boyfriend wanted the phone but she refused and decided to try to swallow it instead (Daily News) Police kill 38year-old man in New Orleans (Washington Post). Surfer in Seaside Oregon (where I was last week) survives shark attack. Thief steals $8000 from church collection basket at the Church of the Guardian Angels in Newark (Newark Star Ledger). The alleged rapist who escaped from a Miami jail has been re-captured, and is under heavy guard (Tell Me News). The funeral for the son of Indianapolis Colts Coach Dungy took place in Tampa Bay, Florida today; many of the team members were present. The 18-year-old Debate about Teaching Intelligent Design has heated up since Judge John E. Jones ruled that it smacked of creationism and that it was a violation of church/state separation. President Bush appointed Jones to the bench in 2004. Bush, himself, supports the teaching of creationism (but his brother Jeb, apparently does not saying he believes in Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, ). Jones said that the concept of Intelligent Design (ID) cannot uncouple itself from its creationist and thus religious antecedents. Judge Jones said that the Dover School Board acted unconstitutionally when it required 9th grade biology teachers to read a statement saying there were gaps in the theory of evolution and that ID was an alternative theory The theory of intelligent design gained increased acceptance after the publication in 1996 of Lehigh University biochemist Michael J Behes book entitled Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution. Behe maintained that much of Darwin’s theory was valid but that some aspects of life were so complex that they must have been the work of an intelligent designer. At least 20 states are facing challenges now to the teaching of evolution. In New York Daniel Hooker Republican from Saugerties produced a bill last May to have ID taught in public schools but nobody would co-sponsor the bill. So it died. Christian reasoning for the Origins of Humankind has come a long way since the famous 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial when anti-evolutionists were embarrassed by attorney Clarence Darrows relentless attacks on the literal interpretation of the Bible. Orchard Park Biology Teacher Anthony Agnello takes a middle of the road approach saying Organisms on our planet have changed over time. A person of faith would say God has changed these organisms. A scientist would say, #8216;by what mechanism has God changed them?. He says, He says, The theory of intelligent design is a premise of faith. It is a valid position, but it is a philosophical concept that does not address the mechanism. What evolution talks about is the mechanism by which organisms have come into their present form.MSM agrees with those who say that we should concentrate on attacking the flaws of evolution as much as or more so than proposing Intelligent Design--at least in the science classrooms. Judge Jones decision was a blow for Intelligent Design (ID) proponents, and we should not be setting ourselves up as Christians to allow unbelievers or overly critical believers free target shooting at the church, Christianity, or the origins of the world. We don't want the court deciding these issues and we should not be putting ourselves in their hands. Agnello summarizes part of the issue fairly well above, separating the debate between How God does something (the inquiry of science whether or not you are a believer) versus Who did it (the concern of the church), and Why (the concern of theology). Whether or not we should be inquiring as to How God does something, is a different debate.(Story in the Buffalo News by Mary Pasciak and Jay Tokasz)

Five people were found dead in apparent murder suicide of the Great Falls suburb of Washington D.C. Fairfax County 1025 a.m gunfire was heard. Man shot his mother and then drove to another house and shot a few others before killing himself December 29, 2005 Winter Storms cause California Rivers to Swell (AP) (MSM's own J.P. Kok observed the overflowing of the American River in Sacramento on 12/28/05). Iraq Sunni's demand a review of the election results, given the overwhelming victory of Shiites at the polls. Wildfires Destroy Texas Oklahoma homes (AP) Frank Dunn, Chief-of-Police in McMechen, West Virginia, was arrested for three sexually related felonies (Times Leader News). 49 people have been accused of fraud while working or volunteering for the Red Cross in Bakersfield, CA (Indianapolis Star) Sports: Michigan loses to Nebraska, 32-28 in the Alamo Bowl. Boston College beat Boise State 27-21 in the MPC Computers Bowl. 2006 January 3, 2006 Two small Christian colleges assert tentative claims that the wardrobe they own was a former wardrobe of Narnia Author C.S. Lewis. Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA, and Wheaton College outside Chicago, IL, both have a wardrobe which apparently were both owned at one time by C.S. Lewis. The one owned by Westmont College fits the description of the Lion,Witch,Wardrobe story more closely than the one owned by Wheaton (story by Steve Chawkins, L.A. Times ).Texas defeats USC in the Rose Bowl 41-38 January 4-15, 2006 (not necessarily Chronological)They say that African Americans have a much higher children out of wedlock rate, .. they say that when children’s parents stay married, the kids, regardless of color, will do about the same, all things equal. Across the board. Marriage is the Great Equalizer Most important, children who are raised by their married biological parents do better across every measure of economics, social, health, and educational well being than children raised in other family arrangements In fact when comparing families of similar socio-economic status, these black children have similar outcomes as their white counterparts. (by Roland Warren, USA Today).In 1890 80% of black families with children were headed by married couples, according to sociologist Andrew Billingsley. That figure has dropped to 39%.(Roland Warren is the president of the National Fatherhood Initiative). Most new cars are now equipped with Event Data Recorders (EDRs), like a black box in an airplane, they record data such as speed, braking, use of seatbelts,etc. A lot of new car buyers are unaware that these boxes exist in their car. The question about the legality of it is just starting to come up will it be allowable in court as evidence? No federal laws have been made yet. New computer chips RFID, smaller than a grain of rice and can last up to 100 years, can be injected under the skin of a person’s hand. They are similar to what veterinarians inject into pets for lost pet purposes. Conservationists sued the Fish Wildlife Service trying to protect the Blue Butterfly. They want the agency to declare the Sand Mt Blue Butterfly an endangered species because it is being destroyed in the only place it is known to live. The Sand Mt. Recreation Area in western Nevada which attracts 50,000 off roaders motorcycles, dune buggys, and ATVs annually. The butterfly depends on a unique shrub, the Kearney Buckwheat, which covers about 1000 of the 4700 acres, and is found nowhere else. Marcus Vick, Virginia Tech QB, was dismissed from the team on Friday after a replay showed that Vick stomped on the left calf of Louisville All American defensive end Elvis G(D?)umervil during the Gator Bowl. No penalty was called. Vick claimed it was accidental and that he apologized but Gumervil says no apology was given. He was also driving with a suspended license, which had been taken away because of reckless driving and marijuana possession earlier.

Pat Robertson says that Ariel Sharon’s illness is deserved because of what he did with Israel, dividing the land and giving some of it to the Palestinians. He said that shouldn’t have been done. He quoted the book of Joel in defense (Story by Alan Cooperman, Seattle Times). (Later, Pat Robertson apologized to the family of Sharon) Lou Rawls, the gospel /blues singer, died at the age of 72.Story about actress Lindsay Lohan, who came to fame as a child in the re-make of the movie, The Parent Trap. Apparently, she has a freckled face. She was born in New York. Her father, an investment banker, spent four years in prison for a violent crime as well as financial drug problems. She’s only 19 years old, and confessed to having struggled with bulimia. She also starred in the remake of the Herbie movie (Herbie Reloaded). The Pilgrim Baptist Church in Chicago burned down. They say it was a landmark church where Gospel Music originated Thomas Dorsey , considered the father of Gospel music, perfected his soul/gospel music there. British aide worker and her parents held hostage for two days by Palestinian militants in the increasingly lawless Gaza Strip were freed unharmed. They are being kept in a safe house in Jerusalem. Kate Burton and her parents Hugh Helen were kidnapped by a group calling itself the Mujahadeen Bayt al-Maqdes Brigade (Story in The Weekend Australian)Australian woman has become famous for her ability to paint with her breasts. She says she applies the paint to her breasts and leans on to the campus, or applies the paint to the canvas and leans into it with her breasts and signs every painting with her nipple. She says she has to take a shower every time she changes colors. An Australian woman was killed by a shark in Melbourne Australia, near an island near the city of Brisbane near in Queensland State.Word of the year voted in by the American Dialect Society is truthiness meaning not total truth just feel good truth.Ehud Olmert is the acting Israeli prime minister until March 28 election. Southeast Asia earthquake7.7 that took place several months ago left 3 million homeless, and 12 million square mile area killed 87,000 .. three months ago-(Oct 7/). (AP Zararkhan and En-lai Yeoh and Matthew Pennington contributed to the story).A new Deyoung Museum in San Francisco January 9, (continued) Alito portrayed himself as the product of a modest Italian immigrant family that once experienced discrimination. He said his father had trouble getting a job as a schoolteacher because of his ethnic background. In Dec. 2001 Arnold broke six ribs and was hospitalized for four days after a motorcycle accident in Los Angeles. That happened when a car stopped in front of him and he was unable to change lanes to avoid the vehicle. His ribs were broken when his chest hit the motorcycle windshield. William Buckley writes an article entitled Praiseworthiness about being too sarcastic or cynical or denigrating things that are sacred or semi-sacred. Forms of impiety. Marcus Vick was arrested on firearms charges misdemeanor three counts allegedly waving a gun at some kids at a McDonalds parking lot. He turned himself in after warrants were issued. Article about the problem of type 2 diabetes in E. Harlem which is due not only to genetics but also to behavior.. Type 1 is due solely to genetic disposition. Alito confirmation hearings continue Alito began by pitching himself as having made it despite some hardships, although both parents were college educated professionals, albeit his father was a immigrant. To which Illinois Senator Dick Durbin said, "Just as we do not hold the son responsible for the sins of the father, neither can we credit the son for the courage of the father." Arlen Specter pointed out that formerly anti-choice nominees, Kennedy, O’Connor, Souter, evolved into the Roe-reaffirming authors of Planned Parenthood v Casey. What Specter didn’t say was that

none of these three Republican appointed judges crafted a national anti-abortion strategy, as Alito did in the Reagan administration, but boasted of his deep belief that Roe v Wade should be overturned as Alito did in his 1985 job application. Governor Schwarzenaager does not have the proper endorsement on his drivers license to operate a motorcycle. The police did not ticket him because they arrived after the incident. Instead they referred the findings to the LA. City Attorneys Office which would decide if the Governor should be cited by infraction. Article about book entitled Million Little Pieces by Frey and endorsed by Oprah Winfrey. Now it appears that it might have been partially fiction, although passed off as a reality story but they cant find evidence of it having actually happened,--no mug shot. (Story by Author Adam Kirsch He Wrote What They Wanted, just like reality TV)) Person who discovered LSD ( Lysergic Acid Diethylamide) Albert Hoffman is 100 years old now lives near the Jura Mts. in Switzerland .. he discovered in 1938 while studying the medicinal uses of a fungus found on wheat other grains at the Sandoz Pharmaceutical Firm. (story by Sam Cage, AP). Border Patrol agents discovered a 35-foot long tunnel underneath the Mexican-USA border. They only discovered it because the road above it caved in on top of the tunnel. More than a dozen tunnels have been discovered along the southwest border in recent years. IN 2003 they found a tunnel that originated in a private house in Mexico and ended in a parking lot on the U.S. side. Story about Europe and the birthrate decline because they are not having enough children to replace the population they have now. (article entitled Is God Dead in Europe? by James Gannon USA Today) Massachusetts Attorney General, Thomas Reilly, disclosed this week that he was arrested for public intoxication, more than four decades ago, but was never charged (story by Rafael Lewis, Boston Globe). Reilly shows a strong advantage in the polls leading up to next years Democratic nomination for governor. Reilly said, “You make mistakes and you learn from your mistakes. Its what you do with them and how you handle them. I made this mistake more than 40 years ago, and never made that mistake again.” Reilly said he and five friends were standing outside a bar and drinking beer in Falmouth Cape Cod community. A Police Officer saw them and arrested all six of them, who were held over night but not