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Put down that Ipod-Nanny State, Part #65

Just when you feel there's nothing else the nazi busybodies can try to outlaw, they surprise you.

Another ban proposal:

Report: New York State Senator Wants to Ban iPods From Crosswalks
Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Egregious Governmental Abuse in Sylvania

Attention, all residents of Sylvania Township that do not live in the city of Sylvania. You are about to be shafted by the Sylvania City Government and the Sylvania Township Trustees.

Karloffornia Rep wants to ban light bulbs....Nannys march on..

http://www.redherring.com/Article.aspx?a=21087&hed=Could+California+Ban+...

NUTS! When was this state supposed to fall off the continent? I personally have used flourescents since the 70's, but no one told me I HAD to do it. More of the fallout from the smoker ban horseshit-nannys everywhere.

New local photography blog

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I have been working on a new blog, Toledo Perspectives, that I plan to use to showcase more of my local photos, editorials, and blatherings. Reciprocal links are always appreciated, and feel free to leave me suggestions on Toledo-related subjects that you believe need more visual coverage.

$1.87 a gallon

I just filled up my gas tank at $1.87 a gallon. OMG, somebody pinch me; wake me up! Can this really be true or is it just a dream?

Toledoans to Protest Troop "Surge"

From 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Thursday evening (1-11-07), Toledoans will gather at the corner of Central and Secor to protest President Bush's decision to send an additional 21,500 troops to Iraq.

More about the protest on my blog.

Site Tech Issues

Missing RSS Feeds: One of the new features of this site is diplaying local RSS feeds. Right now there are great local news and community sources, but one will be missing. There is no Toledo Blade RSS feeds because their feed syntax is not right. VoteBula Blog is also not posted due to invalid syntax. This is more of an informational posting more than anything else.

IE 6 Oddities - IE 6 PC users; the CSS producing some odd results for IE 6 PC. CSS is not exactly correct on some items. Status - being investigated and resolved. - Fixed, let me know if you see any other layout problems.

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