Friday, September 17, 2010

Some People

Okaaaaay... some people just have to keep the ol' cell handy! Here's a novel way to cart a mobile phone around...

Some people have answers... President Bill Clinton puts his on the table on TeeVee...

Some people enjoy the company of small animals. The sad thing is that most human masters outlive their pets. Two of the blogosphere's top ladybloggers, Wendy Cheng (XiaXue) and Bai-Ling, are coping with the loss of a beloved pet. Each blogger posts pictures, text and video. You might want to pass along your condolences. I know they are not people, but these small animals were living beings that entertained, amused, and yes- loved and were loved in return by their owners!

What's this? Some people don't trust bloggers? WTF?

Some people have a problem with Colombian blogger Tomáz Garzía, who revealed through his blog that he had received an email from the legal representative of controversial Venezuelan Juan José Rendón, demanding that he erase the content where he refers to Rendón's participation in the recent Colombian presidential elections. Twitter users and bloggers reacted to the email, emphasizing the right to freedom of speech.
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  1. well since I have ample boobage as I am told (Natural 40D's) I can always stick mine there, but prefer to put it in either my purse or my back pocket; if there's room in my junky trunk. (wink*wink) and it's a google phone so you know it's kinda phat.
    Yeah Yeahhh..


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