Eight Businesses: Screwing over their employees because Obamacare. For example, "Darden Concepts, the parent corporation of Red Lobster and Olive Garden, may start using more part-time workers who would likely not be eligible for employee-sponsored health insurance plans."
Silly House Republicans: One hundred members have sent a letter to Obama opposing the nomination of Susan Rice as Secretary of State. That appointment can only be ratified or blocked by the Senate.
The New 520 Bridge: Seattepi.com quotes an anonymous "former inspector" who says it's "a disaster waiting to happen."
Microsoft Data Center: To be fueled by feces.
HEY, IT RAINED REALLY HARD YESTERDAY: True fact.
Hewlett Packard: They paid $10 million for a company that cooked its books. "HP is avoiding calling it a fraud, but it said there were 'serious accounting improprieties, disclosure failures and outright misrepresentations at Autonomy Corporation PLC.'"
Awwww: The Seattle Weekly has its very own "What You're Not Wearing" series.
Texan Clown: Insists that states seceding from the union "is a deeply American principle."
A New Movie on Melting Glaciers: The initial goal was to place 25 cameras that filmed glaciers for three years, during every hour that there was daylight. Via Sullivan:
"I never imagined that you could see glaciers this big disappearing in such a short time," they say.