Wednesday, December 10, 2008

What you need to know about plant stand

American Airlines wants you to pay for their ads

Wed, 10 Dec 2008 15:59:23 -0800
Because I’ve been flying them for years and have platinum status I end up on a lot of American Airlines flights. I check in online and print my own boarding passes from their site to save myself the hassle of lines at the airport. As you might recall many airlines implemented ‘print at home’ passes in the last few years to help cut costs on their end and it’s a good idea. Last weekend I printed a pass and got this: Click through to the photo for additional notes and a larger version. When I

Day Without a Gay, part 2

Wed, 10 Dec 2008 16:17:58 -0800
Here are a few more Day Without a Gay facts and actions to take. Same-sex marriage would “boost California state and local government revenues by over $63.8 million.” Freakonomics, suggests that we all take a Vacation Pledge for Equal Marriage Rights We, the undersigned, promise to vacation in the first state that democratically chooses (by either legislation or voter referendum) to legalize same-sex marriage within three years of the effective date of the legislation. Sign here And Urban

News flash on bed linens

Photos: Pets, they're just like us!

Wed, 10 Dec 2008 08:22:04 -0800
Our pets seems to become more like people everyday. Here we've captured 27 photos of pets doing all sorts of things that people do from surfing to kicking back at happy hour.

Science, Art, and Spirit at the Bluff Arts Festival, Part Two

Wed, 10 Dec 2008 15:20:02 -0800
Traditionally, two arts have most bent our ear: music, whose relationship with the ear is a long-running whirlwind courtship; and poetry, an art that in its earliest days hung all its hope upon the openness of the aural corridor running to the mind. Music has retained its, shall we say, aural tradition. Few people read the score for Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67” or even the sheet music for Steppenwolf’s “Born to be Wild” to engage those works’ full effects. But Poesy … alas