Friday, September 28, 2007

This May or May Not Be a Good Thing...

Hopefully, his beliefs about comic book readers have changed in the last twenty years. More on this as I find out more....

Shooter Re-enlists for DC’s Legion of Super-Heroes

DC Comics begins a bold new era for the future’s premier super-team when, after more than 30 years, Jim Shooter returns to the heroes who made him an industry giant in Legion of Super-Heroes #37 (OCT07 0183-4, $2.99ea). A legend in the truest sense, Shooter’s comic career began with selling stories to DC at age 13, and led him to create and work with many of comics’ most memorable characters. His return to this title should hold particular interest for veteran readers, and for newer fans who want to experience his famous brand of magic firsthand, especially when it’s illustrated by the series’ incoming team of Francis Manapul (Image Comics’ Witchblade) & John Livesay (The Flash). The book will also ship with two covers that may be ordered separately, and that form a single image when placed together. The 32-page, full-color Legion of Super-Heroes #37 is scheduled to ship on December 26.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

The Spray-On Condom

I saw this on CSI: NY this evening, and thought it was something fake. Did a search, and came up with this....

"Researchers at the German Institute for Condom Consultancy plan to launch a spray-on condom – the Institute is currently conducting tests on a spray can into which the man inserts his penis which is then sprayed with latex from nozzles on all sides."Read the article and watch the related's really interesting (and funny).

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If I Were Single Again...

What type of woman would I want? Or, more likely, which type would I find more attractive? Would I go for totally the opposite of my current SO, or choose someone exactly like her? What would be more beneficial to me? I might have to expand on this concept over at Broowaha, so, stay tuned.

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Saturday, September 22, 2007

Found This, While Looking For Something Else...

Isn't that how it always works?

In any case, this is somehow relevant. Enjoy.

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Thursday, September 20, 2007

It's About Time

I'm with Bush on this one. What took them so long?
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Senate Condemns General Betray Us Ad

The Senate voted Thursday to condemn an advertisement by the liberal anti-war group that accused the top military commander in Iraq of betrayal.

The 72-25 vote condemned the full-page ad that appeared in The New York Times last week as Gen. David Petraeus, the top military commander in Iraq, testified on Capitol Hill. The ad was headlined: ''General Petraeus or General Betray Us? Cooking the books for the White House.''

The ad became a life raft for the Republican party as the war debate kicked into high gear. With several Republicans opposed to President Bush's war strategy, GOP members were able to put aside their differences and rally around their disapproval of the ad.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Interesting Survey

If this is true, can we abolish the ACLU?

Oh, and I don't believe it's an erroneous belief, however, they did establish freedom of religion, as opposed to freedom from religion....
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Most think founders wanted Christian USA
Most Americans believe the nation's founders wrote Christianity into the Constitution, and people are less likely to say freedom to worship covers religious groups they consider extreme, a poll out today finds.

The survey measuring attitudes toward freedom of religion, speech and the press found that 55% believe erroneously that the Constitution establishes a Christian nation. In the survey, which is conducted annually by the First Amendment Center, a non-partisan educational group, three out of four people who identify themselves as evangelical or Republican believe that the Constitution establishes a Christian nation. About half of Democrats and independents do.

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Monday, September 17, 2007

I Thought He Retired

For those that don't know, I used to work for David Heavener. I recently came across a review of his latest opus at Hitch magazine. Of course, it was my understanding that when I approached him to get my films financed, he told me he was retired, but what do I know?

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