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  • Left Attacks Female Conservative Calendar (Coulter/Malkin Alert)

    12/08/2008 4:37:19 PM PST · by lewisglad · 104 replies · 3,565+ views
    Human Events Magazine ^ | 12/8/08 | by Jessica Cantelon
    Not content with having won the White House and expanded its majorities in the House and Senate, the Left is now training its vitriol on ... a calendar. No joke. The same tolerance-worshiping Obama supporters who demanded change and got it are now suffering brain aneurisms from the mere existence of calendar celebrating (gasp!) conservative women. Less than twenty-four hours after the launch of the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute’s “Pretty in Mink” calendar, an onslaught of angry leftist bloggers unleashed a torrent of visceral hatred—aimed at everything from the calendar’s photography and makeup to the women’s physical appearance. The...
  • Wanted: anti-Obama calendar

    12/01/2008 10:39:07 AM PST · by EveningStar · 49 replies · 2,382+ views
    It would be great to have a good anti-Obama calendar. You could hang it in your cubicle to piss off commie co-workers. Or hang it on the wall in your home to piss off commie friends and relatives. Can anyone recommend good anti-Obama calendars?
  • Obama's Word's of Hope and Inspiration 2009 Calendar

    11/25/2008 3:33:50 PM PST · by GulfWar1Vet · 23 replies · 822+ views
    Calendar | 25 November 2008 | Gulfwar1vet
  • Sarah...Every day of the Year.

    10/30/2008 8:09:48 PM PDT · by Faux_Pas · 9 replies · 765+ views
    Atlas Books ^ | 10/30/2008 | Faux_Pas
    New Sarah Palin Calender- 2009 Featuring exclusive photographs by professional photographer Judy Patrick, a long time resident of Wasilla, Alaska
  • Gay calendar challenges Spain's Catholic Church (gay men embracing on altar wearing dog collars)

    10/17/2008 5:56:33 AM PDT · by NYer · 15 replies · 1,335+ views
    Telegraph ^ | October 17, 2008 | Fiona Govan
    The 2009 calendar includes images of gay men embracing on a church altar wearing nothing but dog collars, a transsexual crucifixion, and a naked angel striking a provocative pose in a cemetery.Other pictures show naked men within military scenes, including one gay model wearing only chains photographed in front of an army tank.Albert Marchena, 29, a private in the Spanish Air Force made headlines when in June 2006 he married a fellow private in the first same sex civil ceremony between military men in Spain. The couple have since split up but Mr Marchena says he is determined to continue...
  • (Too much free time alert):God's true calendar not a 7-day cycle?

    08/24/2008 7:01:34 AM PDT · by Publius804 · 23 replies · 105+ views ^ | August 22, 2008 | Joe Kovacs
    God's true calendar not a 7-day cycle? Some Christians challenging system, say Sabbath 'floats' month to month Posted: August 22, 2008 10:35 pm Eastern By Joe Kovacs © 2008 WorldNetDaily Is it possible the entire world is just plain wrong when it comes to the current method of counting of days, weeks and months? At least two Christian women on the Pacific Coast think so, as they claim God's original calendar set into motion at Creation is not based on a continuous seven-day week. Their belief is that the "true" system of counting time is tied to what is called...
  • State Dept. promotes 'Mosques in America'

    07/18/2008 2:40:37 AM PDT · by Man50D · 10 replies · 108+ views ^ | July 18, 2008
    This now available from the U.S. State Department: "2009 Mosques of America Wall Calendar: Limited Edition for Ramadan." "Yep, you read that correctly. It's 'perfect for Muslim outreach efforts," according to a commentary at the Gates of Vienna blog. "Where's the ACLU on this one?" The product was being advertised by "Global Publishing Solutions," a division of the U.S. State Department, until bloggers started talking about the product. Officials then apparently hid the page behind the security of a password-protected wall. However, a number of sources said the "offering" still was available in a Google cache of the website. According...
  • 2009 Mosques of America Wall Calendar: Limited Edition for Ramadan [Printed by State Dept]

    07/16/2008 5:06:22 AM PDT · by mikey_hates_everything · 26 replies · 1,047+ views
    In celebration of Ramadan, Global Publishing Solutions (GPS) is offering a limited edition of the 2009 Mosques in America Wall Calendar. This 12-month calendar is perfect for Muslim outreach efforts, as well as office and event giveaways. The wall calendar features a vibrant photograph or photomontage for each month, displaying the beauty of mosques in America. The upper half of the hanging calendar depicts mosque facades or interiors, and the lower half displays a monthly calendar grid. The 28-page calendar is saddle-stitched and measures 23 x 30 1/2 cm (9 x 12 inches).
  • Quebec feminists erupt over Molson's 'Goddess' calendars

    07/11/2008 12:46:15 PM PDT · by canuck_conservative · 109 replies · 4,408+ views
    National Post [Canada] ^ | Friday, July 11, 2008 | Graeme Hamilton
    MONTREAL — Using pretty women to sell beer is not exactly a novel idea, but Molson finds itself under attack this week for a series of calendars featuring scantily clad Quebec "goddesses." The idea was to highlight the most beautiful women from five Quebec regions, and auditions were held to make the selections. In some cases the winners received a trip to Cuba for the photo shoot. The images (which you can see here, and are only marginally safe for work) are for the most part no racier than what one would find in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit edition (Mind you,...
  • Painted Pin-Ups Pose For Calendar To Support Vets

    06/06/2008 8:47:38 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 39 replies · 7,578+ views
    cbs ^ | Jun 5, 2008 6:06 pm US/Pacific | Erik Oginski
    SLIDESHOW: Look Inside Camouflage Pin-Up 2008 Reporting LOS ANGELES (CBS) ― Twelve beautiful women, dressed only in paint brushed on by a world-renowned artist, posed for a 2008 pin-up calendar with the mission to raise awareness and money for wounded veterans and their families. Model Manuela Mezzadri launched Operation Calendar -- now in its third year -- after visiting with wounded veterans. Mezzadri, moved by what she saw, decided to act. "Each year Manuela brings a bunch of beautiful women together and she has them body-painted and puts together a beautiful calendar to help support our wounded veterans," said former...
  • What are your opinions of Chandler (Open source calendar); what alternatives?

    04/06/2008 5:49:26 PM PDT · by rudy45 · 8 replies · 203+ views
    I'm looking for an alternative to Outlook, for a computer that runs Vista. I was disappointed that the OpenOffice "main" suite doesn't include a calendar. Has anyone used Chandler? What are your opinions, for a computer running Vista? What alternatives do I have? I'm looking for calendar and contact manager, not e-mail (because I'm using Windows Mail for that purpose). Thanks.
  • China: The New Calendar of People's Liberation Army (and their uniforms)

    01/10/2008 5:21:09 AM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 53 replies · 1,941+ views ^ | 01/02/08
    The New Calendar of People's Liberation Army
  • America Supports You: Calendar Provides Troop-Support Ideas

    01/03/2008 3:11:48 PM PST · by SandRat · 1 replies · 86+ views
    WASHINGTON, Jan. 3, 2008 – New Year’s resolutions frequently include good intentions, such as joining a gym, calling parents or organizing closets. But through its America Supports You program, the Defense Department is helping Americans resolve to support the nation’s servicemembers throughout 2008. America Supports You is a DoD program that connects citizens and corporations with military personnel and their families serving at home and abroad. It’s ringing in 2008 with a 12-month calendar suggesting ways to support the nation’s military men and women and their families each month. “Remembering the troops at a time when people are already setting...
  • Roger Johnston's Creative Support and Morale Boost for Our Troops

    12/30/2007 8:37:09 AM PST · by Candor7 · 1 replies · 152+ views
    Pin Ups For Troops ^ | 15th May 2006 | Roger Johnston
    I've been involved with the military since 1984. I've served with the 82nd Airborn Divison, 19th Special Forces Group and 145 FA as an FO. My civilian job is quite the opposite of this life, I work around women and make them look good (a hair stylist). I have a tiny little salon called Lucky Seven and I've been fortunate to have done hair for some rather famous models. My hobbies include building custom bikes and cars,photographing the custome car world.
  • 2008 Hooter's Calendar and Krispy Creme Calendar are now available

    12/22/2007 8:51:32 AM PST · by navysealdad · 5 replies · 1,060+ views
    2008 Hooter's Calendar and Krispy Creme Calendar are now available. Pour a another cup of coffee indulge in a donut and start oggling...Found under Calendar's.
  • Spain Takes Calendar Complaint to EU

    12/16/2007 6:45:58 AM PST · by cougar_mccxxi · 19 replies · 113+ views
    Fox News ^ | Saturday, December 15, 2007 | AP
    MADRID, Spain — Spain's government-run Women's Institute has labeled a 2008 calendar for low-cost airline Ryanair featuring bikini-wearing air hostesses as sexist and said it would be sending letters of complaint to Irish and EU authorities. The institute, which defends women's rights, said that while the fact that the proceeds from calendar sales would go to charity was positive, the photographs "represent the stewardesses as sexual objects" and "reinforce discriminatory stereotypes."
  • Flap Over Bikini Air Hostess Calendar

    12/12/2007 7:15:50 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 72 replies · 9,493+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 12/12/07 | AP
    MADRID, Spain - Spain's government-run Women's Institute has labeled a 2008 calendar for low-cost airline Ryanair featuring bikini-wearing air hostesses as sexist and said it would be sending letters of complaint to Irish and EU authorities. The institute, which defends women's rights, said that while the fact that the proceeds from calendar sales would go to charity was positive, the photographs "represent the stewardesses as sexual objects" and "reinforce discriminatory stereotypes." "It is significant that that only women are used, in a sector in which there is a considerable percentage of men," the institute, which is part of the Labor...
  • Spokane (WA) school newsletter omits Christmas from December dates

    11/30/2007 1:41:35 PM PST · by teacherwoes · 27 replies · 312+ views
    SPOKANE, Wash. - They made a list, but they should have checked it twice. In a December newsletter to the families of elementary school students, Spokane Public Schools' list of "important dates" didn't include Christmas. Hanukkah, Human Rights Day, winter break, the Islamic holy day Eid al-Adha, first day of winter and Kwanzaa all made the list. But no Christmas. "It was absolutely an error of omission," district spokeswoman Terren Roloff said. "In our efforts to be inclusive, we missed the obvious." The omission drew complaints from some parents that in an age of political correctness, Christians are being overlooked...
  • Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week kicks off (Michelle Malkin provides calendar of local events)

    10/22/2007 8:42:42 AM PDT · by Stoat · 59 replies · 617+ views ^ | October 22, 2007 | Michelle Malkin
    Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week kicks off By Michelle Malkin  •  October 22, 2007 10:46 AM   The irrepressible David Horowitz is the man behind Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week, which kicks off today. The Left and the jihadi apologists are in a snit, of course, and you already know what the grievance hoaxers at GWU attempted to do in their effort to deflect attention away from our true enemies and smear the organizers and supporters of IFAW. The moonbats at Indymedia are calling on their minions to attack David’s campaign: Horowitz means what he says, and it’s not at all an idle threat. What’s...
  • American Old Beleivers delighted with revival of Orthodoxy in Russia

    07/20/2007 8:38:22 AM PDT · by kawaii · 1 replies · 175+ views
    interfax ^ | 19 July 2007, 12:08 | interfax
    19 July 2007, 12:08 Same-Faith communities in USA delighted with revival of Orthodoxy in Russia and Russian believers’ respect for ROCOR Moscow, July 19, Interfax - A delegation of the Old Belief clergy, who maintain canonical communion with the Russian Church Outside Russia, have completed their week-long visit to Russia. They visited the Moscow Kremlin, the Church of Christ the Saviour, St. Sergius’s Laura of the Trinity and Same-Faith parishes in Moscow. ‘We were struck by the incredible rebirth of Orthodox life, evident in each place we had an opportunity to visit. This has inspired us to persuade Bishop Daniel...
  • Calendar Question Over Star Disc

    06/26/2007 2:26:55 PM PDT · by blam · 29 replies · 558+ views
    BBC ^ | 6-26-2007
    Calendar question over star disc Some observers have likened the disc to a winking face Archaeologists have revived the debate over whether a spectacular Bronze Age disc from Germany is one of the earliest known calendars. The Nebra disc is emblazoned with symbols of the Sun, Moon and stars and said by some to be 3,600 years old. Writing in the journal Antiquity, a team casts doubt on the idea the disc was used by ancient astronomers as a precision tool for observing the sky. They instead argue that the disc was used for shamanistic rituals. But other archaeologists who...
  • Pope Notes Hypothesis on Date of Passover - Says Christ Likely Followed Essene Calendar

    04/06/2007 7:14:13 PM PDT · by NYer · 13 replies · 1,339+ views
    Zenit News Agency ^ | April 6, 2007
    VATICAN CITY, APRIL 6, 2007 ( It is likely that Jesus followed the calendar of the Essenes of Qumran, possibly explaining some contradictions within the Gospel accounts of the Passover, says Benedict XVI. The Pope made this observation Holy Thursday in his homily during the Mass of the Lord's Supper at the Basilica of St. John Lateran. In his address, the theologian commented on the historical investigations on the manuscripts of Qumran, found in the Dead Sea in 1947. "In the narrations of the Evangelists, there is an apparent contradiction between the Gospel of John, on one hand, and what,...
  • Easter '07: A Taste of Unity as Catholic-Orthodox Calendars Coincide

    04/03/2007 2:20:28 AM PDT · by NYer · 15 replies · 430+ views
    Zenit News Agency ^ | April 2, 2007
    SYROS, Greece, APRIL 2, 2007 ( It is a motive of great joy for many Christians that the Catholic and Orthodox Churches will celebrate Easter on the same day this year, says Bishop Franghiskos Papamanolis. The Catholic Church, following the Gregorian calendar, normally celebrates Easter earlier than the Orthodox Church, which follows the Julian calendar. This year the two coincide with the celebration of Easter on April 8. Bishop Papamanolis, president of the Greek Catholic episcopal conference, told ZENIT that the Catholic community in the country normally celebrates Easter on the same day as the Orthodox Church. He said: "To...
  • 'Girls can be hot and be in engineering'

    02/07/2007 4:29:44 PM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 104 replies · 2,092+ views
    Chicago Sun Times ^ | February 7, 2007 | Dave Newbart
    Miss January -- wearing only a G-string thong -- says she likes tattoos and Harley Davidsons. Miss July -- appearing in pink lingerie and a lab coat -- says she likes going to the beach but also the book Anna Karenina. Miss February likes taking naps, live music -- and "fun science demos." Like a Playboy pinup collection, this 2007 calendar features a dozen scantily clad models. But these students at the University of Illinois aren't your typical models. The women in the "Girls of Engineering" calendar were accepted to the Downstate campus' nationally ranked engineering program, where students on...
  • Why Dec. 25th? Church settled on ‘Christ’s birth day’ centuries later

    12/13/2006 9:55:02 AM PST · by NYer · 60 replies · 1,116+ views
    Catholic News Service ^ | December 13, 2006 | Joseph Kelly
    CLEVELAND, Ohio (CNS) – The gospel accounts of the Nativity (Matthew 1-2, Luke 1-2) do not say what day Jesus was born. There were attempts to calculate the day, but by the third century Christians realized this was impossible.So they tried other ways to determine a date for Jesus' birth: - Many people believed the world was re-created on the first day of spring (March 25 of the Julian calendar followed in ancient Rome). How appropriate, then, for the world's redeemer to become incarnate that day! - Other scholars argued that Jesus became incarnate not at his birth but at...
  • Pope Benedict XVI to pose for a 2007 charity calendar

    11/09/2006 9:42:06 AM PST · by NYer · 20 replies · 905+ views
    Associated Press ^ | November 9, 2006
    VATICAN CITY ? He already has been spotted as a fashion follower, from his signature shades and shoes, to his ermine trimmed velvet robes, but now Pope Benedict XVI is trying his hand at modeling for a 2007 calendar to come out later this month. "Together, a year with the pope," said the Italian Catholic weekly Famiglia Cristiana (Catholic Family) in announcing the calendar. The calendar features 14 original poses of the 79-year-old pontiff with his shock of white hair, taken during an entire day of shooting this summer at Castel Gandolfo, the pope's country residence near Rome. But not...
  • Beefcake Calendar Helps Wounded Veterans

    10/13/2006 6:11:55 AM PDT · by smartin · 55 replies · 1,516+ views
    AP ^ | October 13, 2006 | VERENA DOBNIK
    NEW YORK - A group of Marines and ex-Marines who fought in Iraq - including two wounded there - is featured in a beefcake calendar being sold to help wounded veterans. "It's a stopgap effort to help people where government programs leave off," said Rudy Reyes, who served two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan and is on the calendar's cover. "This is a way for citizens to help citizens." The "America's Heroes" calendar is being sold by Freedom is Not Free, a San Diego-based nonprofit group that helps injured service members and their families with such expenses as...
  • Marine 'Beefcake' Calendar Sold to Help Wounded War Veterans

    10/15/2006 2:04:34 PM PDT · by World_Events · 77 replies · 4,030+ views
    Fox News ^ | 10/13/06 | Fox News
    NEW YORK — A group of Marines and ex-Marines who fought in Iraq — including two wounded there — is featured in a beefcake calendar being sold to help wounded veterans. "It's a stopgap effort to help people where government programs leave off," said Rudy Reyes, who served two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan and is on the calendar's cover. "This is a way for citizens to help citizens." The "America's Heroes" calendar is being sold by Freedom is Not Free, a San Diego-based nonprofit group that helps injured service members and their families with such expenses as...
  • Dems Vow Sanctions Against Candidates Who Thwart New Calendar

    08/26/2006 12:10:00 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 2 replies · 170+ views
    AZCONSERVATIVE ^ | 25 August 2006 | John Semmens
    The Democratic National Committee moved to penalize 2008 presidential candidates who defied a new calendar designed to boost the Party’s image. On the new calendar, every day is a holiday. “We want people to associate the Democratic Party with good times,” said Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean. “What could be better than a continuous holiday? Every day will be a day off of work. People get to spend more time with their families. It’ll be great.” Under the plan, every day would be a secular holiday of some sort. “There are a lot of great presidents birthdays—Franklin Roosevelt, Harry...
  • Vatican changes dates for 2008 Annunciation, St. Joseph feasts

    08/02/2006 6:30:42 AM PDT · by NYer · 18 replies · 494+ views
    Catholic Online ^ | August 2, 2006 | Cindy Wooden
    VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Because of conflicts in the Catholic Church's liturgical calendar, the Vatican has decided that in 2008 the dates of the feasts of St. Joseph and of the Annunciation of the Lord will be moved. Working a year and a half in advance to meet the needs of publishers of church calendars, the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments published its notification on the 2008 changes in mid-July. In 2008, if the feast of St. Joseph were to be celebrated as usual on March 19, it would fall on the Wednesday of Holy Week and if...
  • Dems recommend election calendar changes

    07/22/2006 11:35:11 AM PDT · by Libloather · 8 replies · 443+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 7/22/06 | WILL LESTER
    Dems recommend election calendar changesBy WILL LESTER, Associated Press Writer 19 minutes ago Democratic presidential hopeful, U.S. Sen., Joe Biden, center, gets some advise from state Sen. Sylvia Larson, D-Concord Friday July 22, 2006. Biden is campaigning for the 2008 election. (AP Photo/Jim cole) WASHINGTON - National Democrats recommended Saturday that the party wedge Nevada between the traditional one-two punch of Iowa and New Hampshire in the leadoff nominating contests for president in 2008. South Carolina would move up in the election calendar, too, according to plan that awaits final action next month by the Democrat National Committee. Democrats envision...
  • US schools juggle holidays for Muslims, other faiths

    07/22/2006 6:17:42 AM PDT · by voletti · 37 replies · 857+ views
    daily times pakistan ^ | 7/23/06 | AP
    NEW YORK: Sikh, Muslim, Buddhist, Jewish, Hindu, and Christian - each faith has its holy days. Schools across the country are asking how to respect them all. Consider the University at Albany, which canceled classes on major Muslim holidays. Faculty wanted the move out of concern for Muslim students after the Sept 11 attacks. But then came the questions: What about Hindus? Buddhists? President Kermit Hall last fall decided to return to the original calendar. “Can you operate a university and give each religious group an accommodation? I think the answer is, ‘No’,” he said. Make that “maybe”. School administrators...
  • Dilmun Calendar Theory Backed

    07/11/2006 2:21:15 PM PDT · by blam · 20 replies · 1,029+ views
    Gulf Daily ^ | 7-11-2006 | Geoffrey Bew
    Dilmun calendar theory backed By GEOFFREY BEW A SAUDI archaeologist who has been trying for nine years to prove his theory that the Dilmun civilisation celebrated New Year on June 21 - the first day of summer - has finally received some official recognition.Information Ministry Assistant Under-Secretary for Culture and National Heritage Shaikha Mai bint Khalifa Al Khalifa is said to have endorsed his judgement after visiting the 4,000-year-old Saar settlement to observe the phenomenon last month. Archaeologist Nabiel Al Shaikh says an ancient temple at the settlement, which features an oddly positioned triangular room, was used as an astronomical...
  • Discovery Of Oldest Known Art And Agriculture Calendar In New World

    05/11/2006 2:17:48 PM PDT · by blam · 10 replies · 701+ views
    Newswise ^ | 5-11-2006
    Discovery of Oldest Known Art and Agriculture Calendar in New World MU Researcher Unearths Earliest Known Western Sculptures and Astronomical Alignments in Peru's Temple of the Fox. Andeans Used Myth and Astronomical Markers to Determine Agricultural Calendar. Project Buena Vista unearths a personified disk flanked by foxes at the Temple of the Fox in Peru. Newswise — In one of the most significant archaeological and anthropological finds in recent history, Robert Benfer, professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, has discovered the earliest astronomical alignments and sculptures in the round, which is a sculpture designed to be viewed...
  • It's Time to Put Muslim Holidays in US Calendars

    02/27/2006 4:19:01 PM PST · by SJackson · 214 replies · 3,560+ views
    Al Jazeeran ^ | February 25, 2006 | Jane Jewell
    Jane JewellAl-Jazeerah, February 25, 2006Dear Muslims in America,May I suggest that it is time you got yourselves established as part of the American Way of Life, and not people of a religion that belongs to ‘them’ and not to ‘us’.I have been sending the following email to various calendar makers. You may like to do the same and get your holidays included in the 2007 calendars. I have noticed that many calendars in the USA list the Christian and the Jewish holidays, but not the Muslim ones.As there are now 8 million Muslims in the USA, exceeding the 6 million...
  • America Supports You: Celebs Rally for Calendar Poster

    01/11/2006 4:43:39 PM PST · by SandRat · 6 replies · 480+ views
    America Supports You ^ | Jan 11, 2005 | Rudi Williams
    WASHINGTON, Jan. 11, 2006 – More than 600,000 servicemembers, including Coast Guardsmen, are receiving a special gift this year from the White House Commission on Remembrance: a poster-sized 2006 calendar. Featured on the calendar is a "Family Circus" cartoon by Bil Keane with one of the characters waving an American flag and a message to servicemembers offering "a hearty trail of love from every American family." The daily "Family Circus" comic panel appears in more than 1,500 newspapers around the world. A host of celebrities supported the production of the calendar, including signatures from Ben Affleck, Hank Aaron, Lance Armstrong,...
  • 2006 Hooters :)

    01/02/2006 11:39:59 AM PST · by TerryGale · 25 replies · 1,557+ views
    2006 Hooters Calendar ^ | unknown | Joe-KS
    Click here for the 2006 Hooters Calendar - 2nd most popular annual Calendar...

    12/15/2005 10:00:58 AM PST · by ex-snook · 1 replies · 270+ views
    belief net ^ | currently on web site | belief net
    ADVENT CALENDAR Spiritual - check daily
  • The Season of Advent -- 2005 -- Praying Each Day

    11/26/2005 9:50:23 AM PST · by Salvation · 92 replies · 1,741+ views
    EWTN ^ | Advent 2005 | EWTN
        Click here for the active Advent calendar
  • Schools may drop religious holidays

    10/15/2005 7:07:21 PM PDT · by combat_boots · 74 replies · 1,465+ views
    SPTimes ^ | October 7, 2005 | By MELANIE AVE, Times Staff Writer
    TAMPA - There may be no day off next school year for the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur. Also on the chopping block are vacation days for the Christian faith's Good Friday and the Monday after Easter.
  • Ted Turner may have inspired UN 13 Moon Calendar

    05/19/2005 10:36:10 AM PDT · by MikeEdwards · 5 replies · 419+ views
    CFP ^ | May 19, 2005 | Judi McLeod
    On the day after the election of Pope Benedict XVI, it was Ted Turner time at the United Nations. The 2005 prestigious Alan Cranston Peace Award was presented to Turner, former CNN media mogul, and the man who once referred to Christianity as a "religion for losers". Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev presented the award on behalf of the Global Security Institute (GSI). This is not the first UN accolade bestowed on Jane Fonda’s ex-hubby. In August 2000, Turner was the keynote speaker at the World Peace Summit, held in the UN General Assembly Hall. "New Age billionaire Maurice Strong...
  • Airline Calendar Girls

    05/16/2005 9:29:26 AM PDT · by Army Air Corps · 31 replies · 4,354+ views
    CHICAGO (AP) _ Some United Airlines flight attendants are baring more than their souls to protest being stripped of their pensions. Five women, ranging in age from 55 to 64, are posing for a 2006 calender. Retired flight attendant Connie Baker is the project's creator and one of the volunteer models. She hopes the calendar will raise some money for charity and some awareness about United's pension situation. Baker says her pension will be cut in half thanks to a decision by a bankruptcy court that will allow the airline to terminate retirement benefits. While Baker and the others show...
  • United Attendants Pose for Risque Calendar

    05/14/2005 6:45:09 PM PDT · by kingattax · 95 replies · 3,696+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 5-14-2005 | DAVE CARPENTER
    CHICAGO - While some United Airlines employees are using placards and pamphlets to protest the loss of their pensions, a group of flight attendants is taking a more risque tack — showing some skin to publicize their plight. The five women, ranging in age from 55 to 64, posed for a 2006 calendar that depicts them in various states of undress in front of a vintage plane, on a park bench and on a plane's wing, among other locations. Reflecting a mix of humor and anger, it was released to coincide with a bankruptcy court's approval this week of United's...
  • Brief History of April Fool's Day (Vanity)

    04/01/2005 7:50:49 AM PST · by mike182d · 2 replies · 262+ views
    Fact Monster ^ | David Johnson
    April Fool's Day is one of the most light hearted days of the year, yet it stems from a serious subject—the adoption of a new calendar. A Traditional New Year's Ancient cultures, including those as varied as the Romans and the Hindus, celebrated New Year's Day on April 1. It closely follows the vernal equinox (March 20th or March 21st.) In medieval times, much of Europe celebrated March 25, the Feast of Annunciation, as the beginning of the new year. In 1582, Pope Gregory XIII ordered a new calendar (the Gregorian Calendar) to replace the old Julian Calendar. The new...
  • MS Outlook 2003 help needed (Vanity)

    03/30/2005 8:49:23 AM PST · by PackerBoy · 21 replies · 940+ views
    PackerBoy | 3-30-05 | PackerBoy
    I need help with my MS Outlook 2003.I run MS Outlook at the office and at home. I would love to copy whatever file is appropriate from my office PC, and copy it onto my PC at home -- to replicate my calendar, contacts, things to do, etc.Is there a way to do this?I will donate $100 to if I receive a reply that works.
  • Scientists Study Anasazi Calendar

    03/27/2005 2:32:14 PM PST · by blam · 14 replies · 1,832+ views
    KSL-TV ^ | 3-21-2005 | Ed Yeates
    Scientists Study Anasazi Calender Mar. 21, 2005 Ed Yeates reporting Don Smith, College of Eastern Utah, San Juan branch: "I think we're becoming more aware that those people were far more familiar with astronomy, science and possibly math than we give them credit for." In a secluded ravine near Blanding, scientists and researchers gather to watch mysterious images forming right before their eyes. Although the rite of Spring, at least on our calendar, slipped in here yesterday almost unnoticed, it's literally in your face in this strange little canyon. We arrived weeks before spring equinox because people studying this place...
  • Vanity: Need help finding a shareware (or cheap downloadable) calander/shceduling program.

    02/24/2005 8:26:43 AM PST · by Rodney King · 32 replies · 900+ views
    OK, I am in a new job. For some reason, they don't use outlook here. They use ACT! and everybody shares the same calander. It if fine for scheduling business meetings, but I am used to haveing my own Outlook, and filling up my Calander with various things like "Call jim back", or "remember to call mom", or "follow up with Fred" and I don't want to fill up the corporate calander with all my stuff. It's really annoying. Is there any good calander/scheduler ont the net that anyone can reccomend? Does Mozilla have one? Thanks
  • February 24-ST. MATTHIAS, APOSTLE (Lutheran & Episcopal Calendars)

    02/24/2005 6:22:04 AM PST · by lightman · 3 replies · 205+ views
    February 24, A.D. 2005
    PRAYER OF THE DAY: Almighty God, you chose your faithful servant Mattias to be numbered among the twelve. Grant that your Church, being delivered from false apostles, may always be taught and guided by faithful and true pastors; through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. FIRST LESSON • Isaiah 66:1-2 Thus says the LORD: Heaven is my throne and the earth is my footstool what is the house that you would build for me; and what is my resting place? All these things my hand...
  • Orthodox in the City (On the occasion of my first second Christmas.)

    01/10/2005 3:59:53 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 9 replies · 463+ views
    The American Prowler ^ | 1/10/2005 | Shawn Macomber
    BOSTON -- I'll never get to relay my appreciation properly to Pope Gregory XIII. It's not entirely my fault: He died on April 10, 1585. Not to mention, communication between the Baby Boomers and Gen Xers is tough enough with only a couple of generations separating them, never mind the 21 generations between Pope Gregory and me. Still, this year I'd like to reach out through the gauzy haze of the netherworld is to thank him for the gift he sent me this week (inadvertently, I'm sure): A second Christmas. I'm not complaining: Christmas was great this year. My first...
  • Why isn't anyone offended by "Happy New Year"

    01/04/2005 6:14:44 AM PST · by Wil H · 56 replies · 1,097+ views
    vanity | 1/4 | Wil H
    Christmas is over - well nearly, it ends tomorrow on Jan 5th (Twelth Night) and this Christmas season we have seen an unprecedented attempt to stamp it out by the secularists and the left wing loonies. People have been cowered into not saying "Merry Christsmas" for fear of offending minorities who don't celebrate Christmas, so the question I ask is - why is no one offended by "Happy New Year"? A fifth of the world's population are Chinese -it's not their New Year! There are more Jews in in New York than in Israel -it's not their New Year either!...