things i've been getting disturbed byone of these things was my shower - visiting friends would be pleased. i donned bleach-splattered clothes and went to work.
having completed all those school requirements - apparently once i have the time, i do care about cleanliness and tidiness. the next battle is to reclaim the surface areas in my apartment.
but in the world at large:
the ridiculous laws against science continue
If the board adopts the new standards, as expected, in June, Kansas would join Ohio, which took a similar step in 2002, in mandating students be taught that there is controversy over evolution. Legislators in Alabama and Georgia have introduced bills this season to allow teachers to challenge Darwin in class, and the battle over evolution is simmering on the local level in 20 states.who gives a fuck about saving the diversity and integrity of our forests when they will probably be cut down first
The Bush administration, in one of its biggest environmental decisions, moved yesterday to open nearly one-third of all remote national forest lands to road building, logging and other commercial ventures.and ratzinger smacks down free speech
An American Jesuit who is a frequent television commentator on Roman Catholic issues resigned yesterday under orders from the Vatican as editor of the Catholic magazine America because he had published articles critical of church positions, several Catholic officials in the United States said.
The order to dismiss the editor, the Rev. Thomas J. Reese, was issued by the Vatican's office of doctrinal enforcement - the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith - in mid-March when that office was still headed by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak on the matter, said. Soon after, Pope John Paul II died and Cardinal Ratzinger was elected pope, taking the name Benedict XVI.
i think i'm going to head back into that bathroom and breathe in some more cleaning chemicals.