Five items to shrug your atlas...
5. Strong stuff at Atlas Shrugs: "The life manual of Islam, the Quran, is a document of exclusion, hatred and violence that shapes the Muslim's thinking and behaving. This stone-age document is optimally suited for people of stunted development."
4. Lebanese civillians pull dismembered Israeli bodies from bags, step on them, and hold them aloft for the cameras. Video proof is at LGF. Note that MSM, sans Fox, slants coverage to suffering Lebanese civilians, when it is Hezbollah and the brainwashed Lebanese committing heinous acts of barbarism.
3. Several countries have offered troops for the doomed Lebanese operation, in addition to France. They include Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, and Germany has offered naval support. I'm sure those crack Bangladeshi troops will make all the difference. France is waffling on its earlier committment (that didn't take long). Have you noticed that the French are like the Arabs? They're weak of culture and arms, yet very arrogant. It's a peculiar combination. BBC.
2. Time Magazine has listed the 50 coolest websites. Two surprises: 1) The Shaved Ape didn't make the cut, and 2) they weren't all Che Guevara or anti-American sites. MySpace and YouTube made it. BBC.
1. A new PC/Linux DVR system called MythTV is coming. Gizmodo lists qualifications for buyers as a) You are a huge Linux nerd, b) You have nothing to do at night, c) You love reading lousy documentation and Googling for obscure pages. I just can't wait to get mine. Gizmodo.