Weekend link dump for December 14
Nearly seven years of blogging and I still haven't been indicted by Patrick Fitzgerald. Yet.
Swear your way to better health.
Where the ticket-splitters are now.
Let's find a true progressive candidate to win back the Congressional seat that William "Freezer Man" Jefferson finally lost.
Homeless in Austin. Here's Part Two.
Top Ten list of people to unfollow on Twitter.
Four out of five Governors in Illinois have had trouble with the law. We who are in Texas salute y'all. Oh, and Larry Craig is still guilty.
Congratulations to Joe Gordon, the newest member of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame.
The case of the profane baseball card has finally been solved.
Who are those people that respond to spam? That doesn't actually say, but some research on a botnet shows a possible way to put spammers out of business. We can only hope. Via ZDNet.
Staten Island Historians Piece Together Genealogy Of Wu-Tang Clan. My dad will be thrilled to hear that.
The ten worst predictions for 2008.
Changing the name of the Texas Railroad Commission isn't enough.
Would the 2008 Detroit Lions beat the 1972 Dolphins? This guy thinks so.
Seven gadgets that make you look like a jerk. I use two of them, though not as egregiously as described, so draw your own conclusions. Link via John.
What would the Buddha buy?
Explaining the decline in Harris County death sentences.
Posted by Charles Kuffner on December 14, 2008 to Blog stuff