Did I say China? I meant here in the U-S-of-fucking-A. Parts of a story on the railroading of Alabama (democrat) Governor Don Siegelman were blacked out in Alabama last night.
"Tonight was something truly unseen in US history. During the 60 Minutes broadcast and ONLY during the Don Siegelman portion -- the screen went black for Huntsville residents and Mobile residents."
Link to a Huffingtonpost.com story about the incident.
Eduardo DaSilva, a new striker signed this year for my Arsenal, went down in the third minute of the match Saturday against Birmingham City with a horrifically broken leg from a horrible challenge. He may never be able to play again, though he says "My concentration is on making as quick a recovery as possible. I am determined to overcome this injury."
Posted by Neil MacLean at 07:17
I like to pick up these Wallpaper City Guides when I hit a new place. Admittedly, it has a lot to do with the excellent design of the guides and the high-quality photography, but they also fit right into your pocket and hit the highlights of each city. Also, they're a pretty reasonable 8.95.
Posted by Neil MacLean at 08:55
Found a great blog today while doing a random search (not random really, but I don't want to discuss exactly what the search was, yet). This guy's blog is pretty much what mine would be if I actually blogged instead of just posting my photos. Now I don't have to blog, it's already being done how I would do it.
check it out.
check it out.
Posted by Neil MacLean at 12:42