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From the FreeBSD fortunes files

Nothing, nothing, nothing, no error, no crime is so absolutely
repugnant to God as everything which is official; and why? because
the official is so impersonal and therefore the deepest insult
which can be offered to a personality.
		-- Soren Kierkegaard

Percentage of 2010 completed (UTC): 5.68495%

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Seconds of 2010 completed: 1792805/31536000

Minutes of 2010 completed: 29880/525600

Hours of 2010 completed: 498/8760

Weather

LINCOLN, NE: 33°F, Cloudy

CHICAGO, IL: 32°F, Cloudy

DUNELLEN, NJ: 40°F, Haze

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX: 69°F, Partly Sunny

MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 26°F, Cloudy

Top Stories

  1. Obama steps up campaign against Wall Street banks (AP)
  2. Pelosi: House lacks votes to OK Senate health bill (AP)
  3. Court eases business, union election spending rule (AP)
  4. Haiti's mass graves swell; doctors fear more death (AP)
  5. Brown arrives on Capitol Hill, meets with senators (AP)
  6. Stocks fall as Obama calls for tougher bank rules (AP)
  7. US Embassy in Baghdad looking for Facebook friends (AP)
  8. John Edwards admits he's the father of Rielle Hunter's baby (AP)
  9. NBC: Conan O'Brien reaches $45M exit deal (AP)
  10. Williams sisters stay on track for Slam semifinal (AP)
  11. Seaport, banks reopening in quake-hit Haiti (Reuters)
  12. Pelosi says Senate health bill cannot pass House (Reuters)
  13. Obama proposes new risk rules for banks (Reuters)
  14. Clinton urges Internet freedom, condemns cyber attacks (Reuters)
  15. Supreme Court ruling a landmark for corporate political cash (Reuters)
  16. Gates in Pakistan seeking action on Afghan Taliban (Reuters)
  17. Senator John Kerry calls for quick seating of Scott Brown (Reuters)
  18. Jet diverted after religious item mistaken for a 'device' (Reuters)
  19. Race to treat Haiti's badly injured (AFP)
  20. Clinton wants China probe into Google attacks (AFP)

Word of the day

bibelot: a trinket.

LAB members of the day

  • Leanna Brunzel, 87, beyond
  • Kai Fehrle, 45, Lincoln
  • Lavona Garavelli, 69, Lincoln
  • Brain Albano, 91, Lincoln
  • Billy Ziccardi, 94, Lincoln

Wikipedia statistics

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Registered users: 11,463,659

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