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Archives for April 13, 2011
The FAA has moved to solve the problem of sleeping air traffic controllers today by announcing 27 airports will now have two controllers in the tower. Their primary job appears to be keeping the other controller awake.
In many ways, Obama’s deficit-cutting target is more aggressive than President Kennedy’s promise to put men on the moon.
The Associated Press falls victim to another hoax.
Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi, in an article due in the next issue, casts light on part of the financial bailout he says gave away billions of dollars to financial fatcats who gamed a system designed to free up allegedly frozen credit markets.
The kid and the ball, Band Aid art, you are the jury, whose flood is it, and what happens on the farm stays on the farm.