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It appears that Tom Hanks was a bit confused or tired?That's a good question that I keep asking myself!
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Tuesday's edition of my three times a week talk show.Watch the show here on CURRENT TV on Tues, Thurs & Sats.
In today's show :
Don't send things - visit people in hospital.
Dry but cloudy.
What words don't you like ?
The cat isn't bothered.
More pizza troubles.
Calling in sick.
Jason does a nice dinner.
My nephew and his girlfriend hear the patter of tiny feet.
Turning up late for the boat.
As miserable as sin.
Ron has stress ordering something on line.
How does she know when I'm coming home ?
Camera's - Optical zoom very important.
The garden relaxer chair is broken.
He can't decide.
Talking about normal things.
Hackney - a bit rough.
You might like it if you try it.
I do like a bit of greenery.
Mark doesn't like getting lost.
Ross Patzelt laughs at me.
Tom is becoming his father.
Plain food please.
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On this week's infoMania the ghost of Michael Jackson makes an appearance on Larry King, Ben gives his thoughts on why Sarah Palin is too big for Alaska, Bryan explains why Bruno is leading the new gay revolution, Conor makes some new friends (conservative and of the corpse variety) and Sergio gets all hot and sweaty to the All American Rejects.
infoMania is a half-hour satirical news show that airs on Current TV. The show puts a comedic spin on the 24-hour chaos and information overload brought about by the constant bombardment of the media. Hosted by Conor Knighton and co-starring Brett Erlich, Sarah Haskins, Ben Hoffman, and Sergio Cilli, the show airs on Thursdays at 10 pm Eastern and Pacific Times and can be found online at http://current.com/infomania/ or on Current TV. And make sure to check out our facebook profile for special features at http://infomaniafacebook.com.On this week's infoMania the ghost of Michael Jackson makes an appearance on... more
The Court of Appeals: Sen. Larry Craig can't take back his plea. The Senator was nabbed in a sex sting in a restroom at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
The right to privacy and to be left alone is "very strong" in a public restroom stall, the state Court of Appeals said Tuesday in rejecting U.S. Sen. Larry Craig's attempt to withdraw his 2007 guilty plea to disorderly conduct in an airport men's bathroom sex sting.
In a statement, Craig said he is innocent, disappointed and is considering an appeal.
A three-judge panel of the court issued a crisply worded opinion denying the senator's attempt to withdraw his mail-in plea. The decision allowed a ruling from Hennepin County District Court Judge Charles Porter to stand. Porter rejected Craig's attempt to rescind the plea he sent to District Court Judge Gary Larson.
Craig was arrested in June 2007 by undercover police Sgt. Dave Karsnia in a sting operation at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Karsnia, who was in a stall, said Craig peered in for more than two minutes from 3 feet away -- so close, Karsnia said, that the officer could see the senator's blue eyes. Prosecutors described Craig as peering into the stall with a "prehensile stare."
When the next stall opened, Craig went in and then tapped his foot and waved his hand under the stall, behavior indicative of an interest in a sexual encounter, the complaint said.
Once his conviction became public, the senator tried to rescind his plea. He did not seek reelection last fall in large part because of the fallout from the arrest and published reports raising questions about his sex life.
The court dismissed Craig's arguments that the disorderly conduct statute was too broad and that the mail-in plea was insufficient to sustain a conviction.
Craig said he disagrees with its findings. "I maintain my innocence, and currently my attorneys and I are reviewing the decision and looking into the possibility of appealing," he said in a statement on his Senate website.The Court of Appeals: Sen. Larry Craig can't take back his plea. The Senator was... more
The average Briton is profoundly concerned about climate change, yet believes it's not as bad as people sometimes say. Governments should do more to tackle the problem - as long as they don't tax us or impose restrictions on our behaviour. Most worryingly for climate campaigners, the majority of the British public is still not convinced that climate change is caused by human activity.
The new poll results come just before the release of the government's long-awaited renewable energy strategy, which aims to cut the UK's greenhouse gas emissions by 20% over the next 12 years.
Whether it's down to recent books and television programmes that question climate change consensus - such as last year's Channel 4 documentary The Great Global Warming Swindle - Britons are keeping a stiff upper lip about climate change.
In response to the poll's findings, the Department for the Environment issued a statement: 'The IPCC... concluded the scientific evidence for climate change is clear and it is down to human activities. It is already affecting people's lives - and the impact will be much greater if we don't act now.'
Ipsos MORI polled 1,039 adults. Amongst the findings:
-Six out of 10 agreed that 'many scientific experts still question if humans are contributing to climate change'.
-Four out of 10 'sometimes think climate change might not be as bad as people say'.
-Three quarters still professed to be concerned about climate change.The average Briton is profoundly concerned about climate change, yet believes... more
Three-quarters of drinkers do not know a typical glass of wine contains three units of alcohol, a survey for the Department of Health suggests. The YouGov survey of 1,429 drinkers in England found more than a third did not know their recommended daily limit - 2-3 units for women and 3-4 for men.Three-quarters of drinkers do not know a typical glass of wine contains three units of... more
"Radiation from mobile phones delays and reduces sleep, and causes headaches and confusion, according to a new study" reported The Independent on Sunday and The Daily Telegraph.
The NHS counter this, saying that despite what is reported in the newspapers, there is no suggestion within the research paper they cite that radio waves cause confusion or have any harmful affects upon mood, concentration or personality.
Well I'm confused by all of this. And I have a headache. And I haven't been sleeping very well."Radiation from mobile phones delays and reduces sleep, and causes headaches and... more