Israeli secret footage blunder. Accidental broadcast of ‘secret’ missile tests, including audio of computer access codes. Whoopsie.
NY Times Letters to the Editor:
Two good ‘uns. Faith and the Atlantic Divide. And, a former Iran hostage comments in Our Prisoners at Guantanamo. The second letter mistakes the prisoners at Gitmo for *convicted* terrorists, rather than suspects harvested by combat operations. A pretty big difference.
Small town USA losing air service. This hits New Mexico particularly hard, because we’re a long way from everyone. Cost of gas isn’t making private-piloting it much more attractive, either. So we’re stuck with driving.
Morningstar rips funds. If you’ve got money squirreled away with Janus, Strong, Bank of America or Banc One, you’d best read this.
Enola Gay, restored.
U.S. search for missing Gulf War pilot focuses on crash site. “One U.S. official said Friday that investigators are now 99% certain that prewar intelligence reports indicating that Speicher was being held in prison were based on faulty information.” There’s an epidemic of that going around, it seems.
has pics of the results of the “Great Blackout.” Just reminds me of what my father used to yell up the stairs, when we’d go in to visit Manhattan: “Wear sturdy shoes!”
Later: Grant Barrett at World New York has more. Well-written and illustrated. Thanks, Cam.
Santa Fe New Mexican:
“Santa Fe Municipal Judge Frances Gallegos says she’ll no longer assign defendants to a defensive-driving class taught by the court administrator because the controversy detracts from more important initiatives—- like tai chi.”