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After “Invisible Judgment Day,” Harold Camping Predicts World’s End October 21

On May 21, 2011, the worldwide earthquake and mass disinterment of corpses predicted by Christian leader Harold Camping failed to materialize. No worries for Camping and the nationwide proselytizing organization he leads: Camping has simply replaced his old familyradio.com website with a new version, containing no reference to the non-apocalypse May 21. Whee! Down the […]

Important Windows Update: Microsoft Invades Your Privacy With a Bing Bar

If you use a computer running Microsoft Windows and you’re like me, you might just click “OK” when you’re presented with software updates to install. Those updates come in fast and furious, and with so many viruses and worms out there it’s a better approach than not installing any updates at all. But for some […]

Change the Names and it’s 2001 All Over Again

Last night I stumbled upon this political cartoon Irregular Times whipped up in criticism of the policies of the Bush administration back in 2001:

With a little updating, it’ll be as good as new:

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Comment Follies

Irregular Times has been plagued by a software glitch in our comments section. WordPress, the software we use to post articles and invite comments, “autopopulates” our comment form with the name you used the last time you came here to write a comment. It’s supposed to be helpful and friendly and all, but unfortunately every […]

Time to Update the BioGems

It’s Barack Obama who’s President now, and it’s Obama who needs to be pressured to get the job done to protect the biological integrity of our planet. […]