Friday, December 30, 2005

Anything Important Happen In 2005?

Here are a few important developments from 2005, in case you blinked and missed last year, according to The Week magazine editor William Falk writing in the NY Times: burning fossil fuels really is altering our atmosphere and disrupting the flow of the Gulf Stream, the most deadly pathogen in human history has been re-created in the laboratory, right wing religious types think women who have sex before marriage should die horrible deaths from cervical cancer, American web giants Microsoft, Yahoo and Google have been aiding and abetting censorship and political persecution in China, the U.S. Government doesn’t really want to capture Osama bin Laden all that much, your mother was right that you’ll get sick if you don’t bundle up and true, and passionate love is fleeting.

Believe it.