A Quiet Sunday
Even our visitor numbers are down a little bit today (not quite 1,200 visitors so far). A couple of stories of interest - kind of a mini quick hits we guess:
- Not quiet Down Under - a HUGE cyclone battering Australia. Local and International coverage. Cool satellite pictures if you can find them.
- Quiet Saturday - The anti-war protests around the world were a bust. Sorry Lefty. Out of 6 billion people, all they were able to muster were a few tens of thousands. Chicago appears to have had one of the largest rallies that we can track. From GatewayPundit: Austria - 200 protestors; Berlin - 700; Greece - 600; Sweden - 1,000; Tokyo - 2,000; London - 15,000; Australia - 500. We're going to guess the anti-war, anti-democracy people have fallen out of favor as Chicago alone can draw a couple hundred thousand immigrant protestors but the world total against bringing freedom and democracy can't even crack the attendance figures at Bears game.
- It's so quiet, even The Sopranos lost a quarter of it's viewing audience over last season. These totals don't take into consideration TIVO viewers and such, so maybe the drop off is less.
Overall, it seems very quiet - is it the calm before a storm? County indictments? Tuesday elections? Exempt movement? What does everyone else hear?