Friday, October 15, 2010

Daily Blend: Friday, October 15, 2010

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FBI GPS tracking device
FBI GPS tracking device
  • Good news: Canadians defeat SunTV (“Fox News North”)!

  • The true size of Africa. Holy whiz, it’s big.

  • California student finds hidden FBI GPS tracking device [pictured] on his car. FBI shows up, demands it back. Oh, and the fact that the student is Arab-American has nothing to do with it, I’m sure.
    (via The Agitator)

  • Nanny State: Upper Moreland, PA Police Chief Thomas Nestel wants to fine people $25 for leaving their cars unlocked.
    (via The Agitator)

  • The Bad: That Congress can’t get “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repealed due to Republican obstructionism (and general incompetence), while pathetic, is understandable. That President Obama can’t get it done because he actively goes back on his promise and tries to keep DADT going for as long as possible is not.

  • The Good: Despite Obama’s backtracking, the Pentagon assures it will comply with the court order and immediately cease any and all ongoing discharges and investigations commenced under DADT.

  • <Nelson>Ha ha!</Nelson>

  • Threaten to burn Qurans (though later cancel the event), win a new car. At least he’s giving it away to charity.
    (via @religionnews)

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