Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Things I Learned On The Internet - 2/17/10

This blog is ranked #62 in popularity at a site called "Geek Blips." I think that's good!

King Tut probably died of malaria.

From CBS News: "South Carolina Rep. Mike Pitts has introduced legislation that would mandate that gold and silver coins replace federal currency as legal tender in his state." I believe Rep. Pitts (do I really need to put the "R" after his name) is trying to make a point about the deficit.

A lot of people don't like the Comic's Journal new website.

Dick Armey of Freedom Works is disputing claims that he's endorsed John McCain for re-election to the Senate.

Erector Set - 3D Movie is in development.

Rick Santorum is running for President.

Amanda the Aspiring Writer (http://aspiringtvwriter.blogspot.com/) always has some interesting advice for folks hoping to break into film writing.

Tiger Woods announced his intention to make a public statement on Friday. I guess you're really a big celebrity when your intention to make a statement is news.