Wednesday, October 25, 2006

More U.S. troops may be needed for Iraq. And they may not be able to stand-down for another 12-18 months. Washington Post

House Speaker Hastert testified in the Foley probe. He said the committee should “move quickly” to get to the bottom of who knew what when. It’s not known if the report will be released before the election. AP/CNN

What’s your ecological footprint? The U.S. and the U.K. have two of the highest per-person footprints in the world. Here are the illustrated facts by country. BBC

Remember last month’s rant at the U.N. by Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez? It may have backfired. New York Times

Tired being locked into an iPod-iTunes universe? As the world most popular mp3 player turns five years-old, it’s code has been cracked. Fortune

Smells like money: Kurt Cobain is the top-earning dead celebrity. Over half of the top 13 (why did they cut it down to 13?) are musicians. Forbes

Gibbs and Parcells: What happened to these legendary coaches? And are they on their way out? Sports Illustrated

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They say people only watch
Hockey for the fights & NASCAR
races for the crashes. Well,
ESPN has done us a service….
They’ve pulled the top 10
unsportsmanlike moments.
Watch here.


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