Top Posts Of The Week

Comcast: The NFL Is Trying To “Enrich Themselves” By Taking Games Off Of Free Broadcast
Comcast says, “It is also the NFL that decided to take these eight games off of free broadcast television and to try to enrich themselves at the expense of their fans by creating a multi-billion dollar asset called the NFL Network.”

Dialing 911 Could Be Dangerous
“She grabbed her new Casio G’zOne phone from Verizon Wireless, which to her horror made an audible alarm when she called 911. Fearing vandals were still on the property, she hung up and hid, then put her hand over the earpiece and dialed again to muffle the sounds.”

Why I’m Never Shopping At Sears Again
“Dear Mr. Lewis, We are writing to you to document the abysmal experience we recently had with Sears following break-down of our Kenmore refrigerator/freezer.”

Homeowners Fined $347,000 For Trimming Trees Without A Permit
“Ann points out that White House aide Lewis “Scooter” Libby was fined $250,000 for perjury, obstruction of justice and lying to investigators in the case of CIA operative Valerie Plame. She adds, with appropriate exasperation, that Glendale Memorial Hospital drew a $25,000 fine in October for a medical error in which “a person was killed.”

Google Thinks Spammers Might Be Giving Up
“Google won’t disclose numbers, but the company says that spam attempts, as a percentage of e-mail that’s transmitted through its Gmail system, have waned over the last year.”