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apocalypse tomorrow?

June 6, 2006 mediamonarchy@gmail.com 0

from washington times: Is tomorrow’s date — 6-6-6 — merely a curious number, or could it mean our number is up? from usa today: Mortgage demand dips as 30-year rate hits 4-year high of 6.66%

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double vision

June 3, 2006 mediamonarchy@gmail.com 0

from village voice: Richard Linklater’s stunning double feature at Cannes this year—A Scanner Darkly and Fast Food Nation—represented not the international supersizing of this always prolific and political American director so much as the ideal

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jumpin’ jesus

June 2, 2006 mediamonarchy@gmail.com 0

Religious Sports Parties Gain Traction:Faith Nights, with giveaways of Bibles and bobble-head dolls of religious figures like Moses and Samson. Woman Hit By Lightning While Praying:She said ‘Amen’ and the room was engulfed in a

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terror muffins

May 22, 2006 mediamonarchy@gmail.com 0

mmm, these muffins are terrorrific! just like those rubik’s cubes. god, we are so much safer with the stasi, i mean, homeland security… from kvue: Dallas Health Department has confirmed to WFAA that marijuana was

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new stories about old news

May 16, 2006 mediamonarchy@gmail.com 0

did you think governmental spying was a purely post-9/11 phenomena? well, you’d better (double) think again. have you heard of ECHELON? how about Carnivore? ooh, and Magic Lantern, Information Awareness Office, or Project RESISTANCE… from

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7/7 prior knowledge

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from times online: The full extent of what was known about the July 7 bombers was not disclosed to the parliamentary committee that investigated intelligence failings in the run-up to the suicide attacks. MI5 is

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skeleton in the bush family cupboard

from telegraph: One of America’s great historical controversies intensifed yesterday with the publication of fresh evidence that members of an elite secret society may have dug up the remains of the Indian leader Geronimo and

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rfid-hacking underground

from wired: They can steal your smartcard, lift your passport, jack your car, even clone the chip in your arm. And you won’t feel a thing. 5 tales from the RFID-hacking underground.