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Saturday, December 08, 2001
Petrol bombs being used again. It's true, then. There is nothing new in the world.

Mad for Ab Fab in San Francisco - join them in The Castro Monday nights for viewings. As much fun as group viewings of Iron Chef!

Playboy launches a line of undies and jammies - for him, not her.

Narnia series next live-action films to try to take on Harry Potter franchise.

Friday, December 07, 2001
BBC News | TV AND RADIO | Kofi Annan on Sesame Street. Okay, is that cool, or what!?

Thursday, December 06, 2001
BBC News | FILM | Lording it as an orc. Article on Evan Nattrass, an extra in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Thestar.com/Fourteen women slain in Montreal remembered. Lest we forget.

globetechnology.com: Tech Christmas gifts. For the geek in your life.

Controlling Ants. You know who you are out there - here are some tips on dealing with ant problems.

Longer, better Charlie Brown. ABC is airing the full, original, uncut (sounds like a porn movie!) version of A Charlie Brown Christmas. Don't worry if you miss it tonight, they will be re-airing this one hour special on December 16th at 8pm.

Wednesday, December 05, 2001
CNN.com - Holiday Shopping. A nice little overview of gross gifts for the holiday season.

BBC News | SCI/TECH | Contestants told to 'come on up'. New show called Ancient Astronaut are giving taxi missions to the International Space Station (a la Dennis Tito) as prizes. NASA won't be happy.

Tuesday, December 04, 2001
CNN.com - Strike to disrupt air travel in France - December 4, 2001. What are the chances? I know two people who are flying to Paris in the next 48 hours - smack in the middle of the air traffic controllers work action. It's a funny old world, isn't it?

ETONLINE.COM: Mrs. Doubtfire play a hit in Italy and France. Do the Powers-That-Be think that the only properties that could make money are these repeats? Why aren't we supporting original thought? Where does your money go?

Here's the Scoob. Former Kid in the Hall and KITH writer pen a Scooby-Doo play. They promise it is true to the original series (no Scrappy-Doo, of course). 'Raggy?

NakedNews.com signs U.S. pay TV deal. Yes, you too can see the news read by people taking their clothes off. Only $3.95 per month. Ah, knowledge with nudity.

Concrete Blonde reunites for new album. A sign of the apocalypse.

Monday, December 03, 2001
US foster children turn 18 , then they are chucked out of the system - into what? Might be a good time to think what the system is like where you are.

OrlandoSentinel.com: Disney World changes to reflect the recession. I have loads of Disney World brochures from my many trips, put out weekly, to give accurate info for the time of year. Seems that's going to end.

Sunday, December 02, 2001
Flak Magazine: Review of Professor Severus Snape, 11-16-01 ah, Snape. Thanks to The Leaky Cauldron for this link to an article on Snape-lovers, well all things Snape. I always loved the character, but Alan Rickman, well..... He's yummy!

CNEWS Media News - Hitler book pulled from Chapters/Indigo stores in Canada. Heather Reisman considers Mein Kampf hate literature and, 'cause she owns most of the bookstores in Canada, she's pulled them from the shelves. Censorship or justified?

Thestar.com/Canadians embrace New York. There was a big rally in NYC this weekend for Canadians to show support of it's citizens. Numbers exceeded expectations with about 8,000 showing up to the Roseland Ballroom for the speeches and performers.