Cheryl Tucker said: Conservatives aren't going to like this. Basically, it says their brains are more attuned to fear and emotion than liberals'.
Cheryl Tucker said: I agree with Sarah Palin on this one: Any woman politician who blubbered as much as this guy does would never be taken seriously.
Cheryl Tucker said: Software could distort our images into grotesque, fun-house-mirror shapes? Wouldn't we prefer to be distorted into hunks and Victoria's Secret models?
Kim Bradford said: It's not those full-body scanners you should fear, it's flying at airliner altitudes.
Cheryl Tucker said: Not if you voted the day after the mail-in ballots arrived! To early bird voters, those ads are just background noise.
Kim Bradford said: JBLM under scrutiny again for not heeding warnings about a problem soldier.
Kim Bradford said: We Washington voters keep the politicians guessing.
Cheryl Tucker said: Guess who did the best on a test of religious knowledge. Hint: It starts with an "A."
New big thing in 3200 BC was writing, setting off fear of technological revolution - chicagotribune.com
Patrick O'Callahan said: "As the technology caught on in Egypt and Mesopotamia, ancient writers recorded the anxiety of some in Pharaonic Egypt that the written word would impair memory and turn humans into ignorant fools." Maybe I should worry a little less about the Web's effect on literacy.