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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Sunspots 182

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

The October newsletter from James Dobson, of Focus on the Family. Whatever you may think of Dr. Dobson, and whether or not you agree with his politics, it's strange that, at the end of eight pages telling readers why they should vote against Obama-Biden, and for McCain-Palin, the newsletter closes with "This letter may be reproduced without change and in its entirety for noncomercial and nonpolitical purposes without prior permisson from Focus on the Family Action." (color emphasis added) There seems to be no reason, other than political, why one would reproduce the newsletter. Nor do I understand why, in a newsletter that is otherwise well-produced, there are two words in the quoted sentence that are spelled incorrectly.

CNet on security problems with various methods of voting.

(sort of) The Bad Haiku site.

The editor of Christianity Today believes that there will be animals in heaven, and that we should treat animals better than we often do.

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