I wish I knew the story behind this picture, but I do not.
The white wolf in it is magnificent, and appears to have touched the heart of the woman in the wheelchair.
Had a flashback on the way home from work today… the Bob and Tom Show. I grew up about 50 miles outside of Indianapolis IN, and the station to listen to when I was a kid was Q-95. Each morning brought the Bob and Tom Show. They’ve long since became syndicated, and I have not listened to them in years, but for a raunchy talk show, I loved them as did most of Indianapolis.
I just want to share some of the laughs we had many years ago listening to the Bob and Tom Show. Yes, they are still on the air, but like many things, the shows of days gone past are still some of the best.
“An online war has begun between Anonymous, the people, and the government of the United States,” the narrator begins. The reason: SOPA, PIPA and other perceived threats to Internet rights.
In order to bring down Facebook, the video asks for everyone who understands and supports Anonymous’ position to participate in this online protest. This is a protest that began over the last week, says the narrator, with attacks on the CBS.com, Warner Brothers, and FBI sites.
Here is the first of it’s kind lawsuit…. Taking inspiration from the Occupy movement, in late December a group of doctors and environmental groups in Salt Lake City, Utah, announced a lawsuit against the third-largest mining corporation in the world, Rio Tinto, for violating the Clean Air Act in Utah. This is likely the first time ever that physicians have sued industry for harming public health.
Air pollution causes between 1,000 and 2,000 premature deaths every year in Utah.