First, ten minutes of what may be either the most erudite or most bizarre review of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace:
(H/T to The Smallest Minority)
Next; if you're a pot smoker, be sure you know where it came from and how it got here.
Also: "Bruce Davis, a member of Charles Manson's murderous cult who participated in two killings, was recommended for parole on Thursday after nearly four decades in prison."
The decision by a two-member Board of Prison Terms panel came after the 26th parole hearing for Davis, Department of Corrections spokeswoman Terry Thornton said.If parole is granted, Davis is subject to re-incarceration until the next time he actually kills "no one himself".
It was just the first step in a parole process that also requires approval by the governor and other parole board members. The process could take five more months.
The 67-year-old Davis has been in prison since 1972 after being convicted in the murders of musician Gary Hinman and stuntman Donald "Shorty" Shea.
Attorney Michael Beckman, who represented Davis at the hearing, said Davis acknowledged for the first time that he shared responsibility for what happened, even though he killed no one himself.
"He said, "I was as responsible as everyone there,"' Beckman said.
In Florida, the body of Abraham Shakespeare ... a British subject who won $30million in the Florida Lottery ... was found under recently poured concrete slabs at the home of a friend of a friend. (See also here)
I know there's a perfect punch-line here, but I just don't have the nerve to indulge myself.
On YouTube, "Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) speaking on the House floor: Now we've moved into the realm of gangster government."
That's enough for now. Maybe later I can find something to write about that Actually Makes Sense.