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Wednesday, February 20, 2008
An exciting update on The Satellite Which (Eventually) Fell to Earth: bad weather is delaying the shoot-it-down operation. We're still holding out hope that it lands on our street.

Also, there's going to be a lunar eclipse tonight. You may get to see an eclipse AND a crashing satellite in the skies!

From Bunny comes a tale of something lurking in an English sewer. The workers won't go down in the tunnels any more, and a ghostbuster has been called. I think it's a C.H.U.D., personally. Others suspect a derelict, possibly one that's read this Modern Mechanix article on old-time horror movie makeup tips.

From Nicole: a look at the most sinful cities in the United States. Please note that my fair city ranks in the top ten in wrath and lust. And they say Ohio is boring!

And finally, who died on the day you were born? You may be surprised at the wealth of information here!


Jinnet @ 2/20/2008 : comments: 1
Comments: 1

3:00 PM  
Anonymous Cassandra: Re: Residents of these metros enjoy vigorous sex lives--at least their condom and contraceptive purchases at grocery and drug stores indicate as much.

Maybe Ohions are just more careful? Would kind of go with the midwestern stereotype, sensible, careful, pragmatic?



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