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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

StumbleUpon Reviews

great site!

Saturday, June 25, 2005

The Straight Dope Archive: Gateway

Dear Cecil:

How come people always say "Jesus H. Christ"? Why not Jesus Q. Christ or Jesus R. Christ or something else? Does the H really stand for something? My future peace of mind depends on your answer. --W.B.T., Chicago

Dear W.:

The H stands for Harold, as in, "Our Father, who art in heaven, Harold be thy name" (snort).

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Philippine Cardinal Jaime L. Sin Dies at 76

Cardinal Jaime L. Sin, 76, the curiously named archbishop of Manila whose crucial support for his country's "people power" revolution of the 1980s made him one of the most politically influential members of the Roman Catholic hierarchy, died June 21 in the Philippines.

In explaining his willingness to intervene in politics, he said the church "cannot proclaim eternal salvation to our flock when we are blind to the physical realities which deny them that very salvation here on earth."

Cardinal Sin retired after submitting the compulsory resignation letter at age 75.

"I have given my very best to God and country," he said in a statement. "I beg pardon from those I might have led astray or hurt. Please remember me kindly."

Saturday, June 11, 2005

What Brown Missed as a Child Set Pistons Coach in Motion - New York Times

No doubt Freud would have done more enlightening work with such compelling material, but even Herb Brown suggests that the trail of transience and tumult ultimately leads back to Milton Brown. When I mentioned that his relationship with Larry fascinated me in large part because I have sons about four years apart, he said, "They're lucky to have you."

Then he added, his voice choking with emotion: "You know, we've had great lives, Larry and I. We had uncles, aunts, and my mother is the greatest woman on earth. But when I look back, I realize how much we missed not being able to grow up with a dad, to be able to go out, play ball, be together."

from The New York Times

Thursday, June 09, 2005

PhilMusic Features: Edmund Fortuno, a Rock n' Roll life remembered

Monday, June 06, 2005

Man hid turtle on his back

Ananova - Man hid turtle on his back: "A Chinese man pretended to be a hunchback to smuggle his pet turtle on to a plane."

Sunday, June 05, 2005

Photographs of jayalonzo at PHOTOS.PH - A celebration of Filipino images.