I was going to mention earlier that it had been a full 36 hours since we'd had any submissions, but then a new one came in, so never mind. Instead, some miscellaneous items:
- In Plattsburgh, NY, a local Palestinian man has participated in a Passover ceremony by which the local Jewish community sells all their leavened bread to non-Jews, at least for the duration of Passover.
- Received an odd spam tonight which exhorted me to "Call out Gouranga be happy." It had no URL or request for money, so I had no idea what it was on about. Luckily, the web knows all; a quick Google revealed what Gouranga means.
- If you're interested in computer games and in restaurants, why not give the restaurant-management game Trevor Chan's Restaurant Empire a try?
- Sony has withdrawn its application to trademark the phrase "shock and awe." The article notes: "Sony said the application was based on 'inappropriate judgment.'"
- Arab News has a good article providing an overview of the Syria situation.
- Reusing water bottles may be hazardous to your health.
- From Japan, here are a bunch of pictures of cats wearing headgear.
- Not from Japan, there's a company that makes "panties"/diapers for dogs, "for female dog menstruation (female dog season), dog housebreaking, or dog incontinence." They're "designed with very cute fabrics."
I think that's about enough outta me for one night. Back to reading subs.