For reasons like this:
I use Bloglines and love the service. I have several computers at home and at work and a web-based rss aggregator such as Bloglines is the best way for me to find updated blogs and news websites. If this guy’s beef is that people are reading his page on Bloglines and not going to his site perhaps he should retool his rss feed not to provide full content thus having people click on a post they are interested in. No wonder why people hate lawyers.
This site has a clip of Fred, Barney, and Wilma lighting up.
If I told you the original network run of The Flintstones (1960-1966) was sponsored by a cigarette maker and that you could watch the main characters smoking Winstons at the end of the show, you probably wouldn’t believe me. This animated series was a prime-time show, considered adult fare in 1960, so I guess nobody thought any better of it.
FlintstonesWith a large audience of youngsters tuning in at 8:30pm, was this proof that the tobacco companies were targeting younger potential smokers decades before Joe Camel? The Flintstones could also be seen selling beer in commercials, for what that’s worth.
Mostly late 18th to early 19th century maps.
They make some good points actually.
Oceania (commonly called the US and Britain) is at war with
Iraq. Oceania has always been at war with
Just like in 1984’s Room 101, the Miniluv operations in Guantánamo Bay were authorized to “exploit a prisoner’s phobias, sometimes using muzzled dogs in interrogations.” Doubleplusgood!
US Congressman Charlie Rangel has been arguing for a return of military conscription (“The Draft”) as—so he tells the public— a way of reducing war.
In order to fight terrorism, we must cause it, says Donald Rumsfeld.
(via Bifurcated Rivets)
Here is another one of those civilian defense handbooks scanned and put online.