Nov 20, 2008

The Daily Buzz - eHarmony Agrees To Provide Same Sex Matches

-eHarmony has formally agreed to provide same-sex matches as part of a lawsuit settlement.

-California's Supreme court has agreed to hear several legal challenges to the state's new ban on same-sex marriage.

-One university in Canada has hired student spies to listen to the conversations of their fellow students and step in when they overhear homophobic slurs, remarks bashing women or racially tinged insults, along with an array of other language that could be deemed offensive.

-The idea of using animal genes to enhance the Human species is now being celebrated in a major U.K. newspaper.

-Scientists are talking for the first time about the idea of resurrecting extinct species.

-A group of pessimistic scientists from the U.S., the U.K. and France claim that humanity has reached the point of no return and has little hope of continuing life on Earth.

-You know things are getting bad when articles like this start popping up in major world newspapers: "Properties Of The Ideal Global Citizen"

-Obama's new healthcare plan appears to mandate that all citizens buy expensive, overpriced health insurance - even if they don't need it!

-An Israeli archaeologist has unearthed what he believes are the 2,000-year-old remains of two tombs which held a wife and a daughter-in-law of the biblical King Herod.

-If Obama promised change, then why is he filling up his administration with insiders?

-The Federal Reserve says that the economy is going to get worse.

-Consumer prices in October fell at a record pace while builders broke ground on the fewest new homes ever.

-Not all investment bankers are having hard times this year. Rothschild group staff have received record bonuses - it looks like it is good to be working for the New World Order, eh?

-Lastly, police have brutally beaten the father of NFL player Donald Driver.

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