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Out of the Blue

You know I can remember a time when you couldn't find a good show on television. Things have changed so dramatically in this regard that at 9:00 pm Sundays we have a choice between Mad Men, Shameless, and Game of Thrones, each of which could easily have been the best show on TV some years ago. Quite an embarrassment of riches. Thank goodness for the DVR.

Links: Thanks Ant and Mike Martinez and Acleacius.
Play: Pigs Will Fly.
Hungry Bobby Bear.
Links: Watch Arthur C. Clarke predict the internet and the iPads decades before they were invented.
Stories: Chevy Chase's SCATHING Voicemail to 'Community' Creator -- You're a Piece of S**t
Science: Lots of radioactivity, but little risk in oceans, seafood near Fukushima.
Media: Canadian Member of Parliament Beats the Tar out of Senator.

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10. Re: Lots of radioactivity, but little risk in oceans, seafood near Fukushima. Apr 3, 2012, 15:15 Mashiki Amiketo
 
DangerDog wrote on Apr 3, 2012, 14:42:
Japan has already universally decided to pull the plug on nuclear power, Germany too.

Yeah. Bad plan, but japan is keeping their reactors open for the most part except for the aging ones. Germany is now buying their nuclear power from france, which is going to be expensive. And as for Japan, wanna guess where they're getting their power from now? I can tell you. Coal, and more coal power plants. Yep. And how do I know? Because they've been buying up coal mines across Canada. Latest acquisition, milner power corp aka grande cache coal with a current estimate on their mining at the current location of 11.6m tonnes underground w/another 10m above off the mountains, and their newest one is 20m tonnes worth just above.

Oh and for the boxing match? Not bad. The shiny pony(trudeau) did a good job. But it was $230k for cancer research and brazeau wants a rematch with him too.

This comment was edited on Apr 3, 2012, 15:23.
 
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