Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
and spotted ice how that
bottle less sure the boosts a sheet to
and airless microscopic that that
dirt flight much the flow a margins of
circling ice it's is their because rocks
midway thinner lead the yield a perimeter to
shedding warm it's is their how glaciers
or granted granted what because
melting seaward they're is their what thought
-- Glenn R. Frantz
Rather Than Melt, some Glaciers Race to the Sea
Ice on Mars more extensive than thought
Water on the moon stirs hopes for base
Posted by Lance Newman at 4:05 PM
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
[for M. NourbeSe Philip]
Library of water
the English authorities
of undocumented bone
-- Michael Leong
Amgen Bone Drug Helped More Than Zometa
With Scuffles, Police Remove Migrants From French Camp
Detroit cop shoots wife, himself in Canton
Posted by Lance Newman at 1:26 PM
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
street, the "Ghost"
film for years
"off the record"
-- Michael Leong
Yale student's killing wasn't random, police say
Obama and Kanye West: It's hard to be 'off the record'
Patrick Swayze: the image dignity, decency and defiance
Posted by Lance Newman at 7:48 PM
Friday, September 11, 2009
Luckillip Harly - father of short cut victims
and his son were sentenced to each other
but the moments made his viewer's eye
away. Luckily, he loves to eat too early!
He was born in Different Houses. Can’t
give advice—unless it’s about Butt Kicking.
He kicks my primary experienced relationship,
loves to hug my safe-sex sisters food features
And - at least for now - we both love basketball.
Ethiopia - Secrets of Happy Couples (in 100 Words or Less)
Hitler safe-sex ad pulled from YouTube
'He should have been given life'
Posted by Lance Newman at 6:57 AM
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
Baby, its a party!
They're all downtown
with Joe the Plumber.
The contaminated water
from the pond
is for tea.
Now they all
have swine flu.
Baby, its a party!
-- Steve Kemple
France Kisses Goodbye to 'La Bise' Amid H1N1 Fears
Thousands gather in Brighton for tea party protest
Big Oil’s Stain in the Amazon
Posted by Lance Newman at 7:07 PM
Friday, September 04, 2009
The construction deputies have signed their new building
with projections of fire. Beyond burning,
they continue as a warning prelude over the phone.
They must have expected to be asleep.
But then there would have to have been pajamas.
The pillows freeze. Their agreement is unaffected.
The Housing Minister calls in the Forest Authority
to explain this error. They couldn't have automated
what they supposedly expected to stop.
--Glenn R Frantz
Vick signing hasn't bitten Eagles - so far
Israel to Approve Flurry of West Bank Building
False alarms compound the misery of L.A.'s wildfires
Posted by Lance Newman at 11:43 AM
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
Swine Flu over takes
Carefully swabbed ferrets
Awoke from slumber
Virus doubling in size
Worst fears for winter
Fast to mutate type
Optimism is jolted
-- Chris Arnade
Study: Swine flu easily overtakes other strains
Weather Aids Fight Against California Wildfires
Auto Industry Posts Best US Sales of Year
Posted by Lance Newman at 8:34 AM
Tuesday, September 01, 2009
Find the night King on the radar:
Charged but exhausted, spent, half straight,
he leads virtually thousands in the chronic malaise.
Arrest the singer, certainly,
but never to try to cure her.
Just level her deflationary want.
Remember, the Agent fears that
raising what fell, and airing the thing,
leads to the party of the century.
-- Paula Carino
Chris Brown: Of Course, I Remember What Happened
Hatoyama faces daunting economic task
Couple never on FBI radar in CA girl's kidnapping
Posted by Lance Newman at 8:39 AM
iPhone Astronomy app puts the heavens in your pocket
Swine flu vaccine trial seeks volunteers
Discovery pair prep for first spacewalk
Posted by Lance Newman at 8:31 AM
People with flames
entered the homes
of 50 children.
They were killed by
a party of mental firefighters,
the victims of lingering therapy.
The biggest children
but were killed with a truck.
Wildfires have destroyed 71 California homes
For Longtime Captives, a Complex Road Home
Victors in Japan Are Set to Abandon Market Reform
Posted by Lance Newman at 8:25 AM