Monthly Archives: July 2005

Virginia 2005 Elections

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You knew it would come. Voltron the Movie is in production! Now you too can have the theme song stuck in your head all day.

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Piracy-check mandatory for Windows add-ons

You know what this is going to do?: Meanwhile, those who fail the validation test will be presented with two options. People who send in their CDs, show proof they bought Windows and fill out a piracy report will be … Continue reading

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Discovery to Launch on Tuesday

NASA is taking some heat for making the command decision regarding the fuel gauge malfunction, but Discovery will launch regardless. Tuesday, 10:39am. Be sure to catch it on NASA TV!

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Goolrick: The Odd Couple

John Goolrick. For folks in Fredericksburg, to be mentioned in the same sentence with him is a peculiar honor. Half-historian, half-reporter, there’s probably not a better person to know and talk to when it comes to Virginia politics. In short … Continue reading

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China’s new destroyers feature Aegis tech copied from U.S.

Great. Just great. The two Luyang II guided missile destroyers are Beijing’s first Aegis-type ships. The ships are currently undergoing sea trials. U.S. intelligence officials say China stole the technology for the Aegis battle management system by setting up a … Continue reading

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Blair Calls for Calm After London Blasts

Updates from the Washington Post: Prime Minister Tony Blair said Thursday he hoped that London would return to normal ‘as soon as possible’ after explosions struck three Underground stations and a bus at midday. ‘We can’t minimize incidents such as … Continue reading

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Nominee would make fourth Catholic justice on US court

Something I wasn’t previously aware of, but U.S. Supreme Court nominee John Roberts is Catholic: Jane Roberts has been active in Feminists for Life, and is a member of the board of governors of the John Carroll Society, a Catholic … Continue reading

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Google Moon – Lunar Landing Sites

Neat stuff! For those of you unfamiliar with the Google Maps project, take a quick peek. Be sure to zoom in to see the lunar landing sites close up. Very cool image.

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CW: Heath Shuler Running for Congress

From the all-seeing eyes at Commonwealth Watch we learn that Heath Shuler is running for the 11th District in North Carolina… as a Democrat. My vote is to send Gus Frerotte down and run him as a Republican (apologies to … Continue reading