Monday, October 16, 2006

Hawaii’s big island shook violently Sunday after two earthquakes just off the coast. Honolulu Star Bulletin, More Hawaii Tribune Herald

Kim’s got The Bomb. Now what? Time

Eighty-six dead in Iraq over the weekend. And a group said it has started an Islamic state in six provinces there. AP/U.S. News & World Report

Want to get closer to the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict? Want to find out more about “targeted killings,” Israeli spies, and West Bank checkpoints? You can do it on your next vacation. Reuters/Sydney Morning Herald

U.S. Marine lawyers defending detainees at Gitmo are told to keep quiet about alleged military abuse or face jail. Los Angeles Times

As if they don’t have enough problems, ten-foot “weeds” are hampering Canadian troops in Afghanistan. Reuters/MSNBC

You’ve seen the T-Shirts all over the place, but now CBGB’s is closed. What was the real story with the place? NY Times

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A new study by the Census Bureau shows that the majority of households in the U.S. are now occupied by unmarried people. The percentage of married households is now 49.7%. Five years ago, married households made up 52% of the country.

So tell Joe, why are people waiting so long to get married? Do you know a couple who lives together, but are waiting to tie the knot?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

People are waiting longer to marry because it's the right thing to do. Marriage is (supposed to be) forever. You should make sure that you really want to spend your whole life with that person. By living with them first, you get to know who you're really marrying.

October 16, 2006 2:51 PM  

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