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  • Woman with pistol in vagina charged with unlawful carry

    09/09/2015 10:02:23 AM PDT · by Gamecock · 126 replies
    WFAA ^ | September 8, 2015 | Josh Davis
    WACO, Texas – Officers searching a woman after a traffic stop found a fully-loaded pistol in her vagina, Waco police said. Just before 11 p.m. Monday, officers stopped a 1998 Toyota Land Rover at 15th and Blair in north Waco for a traffic violation. During the stop, officers discovered the driver of the vehicle, Gabriel Garcia, 30, was allegedly had 2.7 grams of methamphetamine under his driver's seat. A further search of the car allegedly uncovered another 29.5 grams of meth and weighing scales in the purse of the female passenger, Ashley Cecilia Castaneda, 31. Because the traffic stop occurred...
  • Contagious Leukemia Killing East Coast Clams

    04/09/2015 11:32:48 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 16 replies
    "The evidence indicates that the tumor cells themselves are contagious -- that the cells can spread from one animal to another in the ocean," said researcher Stephen Goff of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Columbia University in New York City. "We know this must be true because the genotypes of the tumor cells do not match those of the host animals that acquire the disease, but instead all derive from a single lineage of tumor cells," Goff explained. The findings, published April 9 in Cell, suggest that cells can survive in seawater long enough to reach and infect a...
  • What's Your Favorite Clam Chowder Recipe?

    09/30/2014 6:17:41 PM PDT · by Randy Larsen · 78 replies
    9/30/2014 | Randy Larsen
    Were creeping into fall, and now is time to start thinking of those cooler months before winter arrives. Fall to me means Chowder.
  • Cryptic clams: Biologists find species hiding in plain view

    03/12/2013 10:36:54 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 23 replies
    Phys.Org ^ | 03-12-13 | Provided by University of Michigan
    Cryptic comments seem to have an ambiguous, obscure or hidden meaning. In biology, cryptic species are outwardly indistinguishable groups whose differences are hidden inside their genes. Two University of Michigan marine biologists have identified three cryptic species of tiny clams, long believed to be members of the same species, which have been hiding in plain view along the rocky shores of southern Australia for millions of years. The unusual convergence of a climate-cooling event and the peculiarities of local geography caused the three cryptic species to split from a common ancestor more than 10 million years ago, the U-M researchers...
  • The Anti-Beer Libertarian/If she wins Nevada’s GOP primary, Sharron Angle will be painted as a nut

    05/27/2010 1:30:31 PM PDT · by Fred · 33 replies · 810+ views
    NRO ^ | 052610 | Jim Geraghty
    By now it’s become a disturbingly familiar pattern for conservatives: A candidate who seems promising at first glance wins a Republican primary, and then suddenly the press — often fed by a Democratic rival’s opposition-research team — begins looking in-depth at every controversial and regrettable statement and act that candidate ever made. Just days after it’s too late to change the nominee, the choice of GOP primary voters appears to be an egregious mistake. The most recent, and perhaps most extreme, example of this phenomenon is Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul. Overnight, Paul changed from a soft-spoken, genially libertarian version...

    05/26/2010 9:13:22 PM PDT · by Syncro · 59 replies · 1,163+ views
    Tea Party Express ^ | May 26, 2010 | Levi Russell
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 26, 2010CONTACT: Levi Russell at (509) 979-6615 or NEW RADIO AD: SHARRON ANGLE - SOME SAY SHE'S TOO CONSERVATIVE, WE AT THE TEA PARTY EXPRESS SAY SHE'S JUST RIGHT The Tea Party Express (website: has released a new radio ad responding to criticisms by some in the media and those aligned with Senator Harry Reid's campaign, that Conservative Republican U.S. Senate candidate, Sharron Angle, is somehow "too conservative." The radio ad, "Sharron Angle - Standing Tall" can be accessed online via YouTube: "If Harry Reid thinks he can defeat Sharron Angle by portraying her as too conservative, then we say bring it on.  We need more conservative leaders in Washington D.C. to fix the mess...
  • Angle campaign working to quiet Scientology question

    05/26/2010 6:14:08 AM PDT · by Fred · 9 replies · 495+ views
    Las Vegas Sun ^ | 052610 | David McGrath Schwartz
    Carson City — Surging Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle has had to defend her support of a prison program that her opponents linked to Scientology. Trying to head off that theme, Angle has eliminated from her campaign website mention of prominent members of the church, whom she worked with on other legislative efforts. Angle has removed the claim that she, along with actresses Kelly Preston and Jenna Elfman, approached Sen. John Ensign to sponsor legislation prohibiting school employees from requiring students to take psychotropic drugs, such as anti-depressants. Preston and Elfman are high-profile members of the Church of Scientology, which...
  • Edgie Russell’s Clams

    04/05/2010 6:45:29 AM PDT · by Congressman Billybob · 1 replies · 337+ views
    Special to FreeRepublic ^ | 5 April 2010 | John Armor (Congressman Billybob)
    It was 55 ½ years ago in August that Edgie Russell and I set out in a wooden rowboat to bring some clams home to our families. Bear with me, because this is going to be like Mark Twain’s story of his father’s ram. Edgie, you say. That’s a funny nickname. No, it’s a real name. My childhood friend was Thomas Edgie Russell, III. His great-grandfather’s life had been saved by a sea captain named Edgie, so the name came into the family in the next generation. His parents were friends with mine, and they lived up the street. So...
  • Howie Carr thread week of April 20, 2008

    04/20/2008 6:21:08 AM PDT · by raccoonradio · 41 replies · 1,303+ views, ^ | 04/20/08 | raccoonradio
    Howie Carr thread starting off with his Sunday Herald column. I believe he's on vacation all week from the radio show
  • Howie Carr thread week of March 23, 2008

    03/23/2008 5:39:26 AM PDT · by raccoonradio · 39 replies · 619+ views ^ | 3/23/08 | raccoonradio
    Howie returns on Monday the 24th. His Sunday column starts us off.
  • Howie Carr thread week of Jan. 27, 2008

    01/26/2008 11:32:48 PM PST · by raccoonradio · 50 replies · 18,916+ views ^ | 1/27/08 | raccoonradio
    Another week of the Howie live thread, starting off with Howie's Sunday Herald column ("Mass. voters to thrill Hill on Moonbat Tues.")
  • Howie Carr live thread 6/4/07

    06/04/2007 10:08:14 AM PDT · by raccoonradio · 28 replies · 721+ views ^ | 6/4/07 | raccoonradio
    Howie Carr live ping. Column to follow.
  • Howie Carr Live Thread and column 2/1/07

    02/01/2007 9:36:25 AM PST · by raccoonradio · 51 replies · 1,183+ views ^ | 2/1/07 | raccoonradio
    Howie Carr live thread. Column below!
  • Rhode Island Shellfish Offer Clue to Health of Chesapeake Bay

    05/08/2006 8:50:48 AM PDT · by cogitator · 2 replies · 217+ views
    Washington Post ^ | May 8, 2006 | Elizabeth Williamson
    Excerpts: "What we captured in 2001 was the loss of those mussels and implications for an entire ecosystem," said Brown University ecologist Andrew Altieri, who with biology professor Jon Witman wrote the study published in the March issue of Ecology. "That's instructive for what historic and future losses might be for the Chesapeake." Altieri calculated that the [mussel] reefs were processing the [Narragansett] bay's entire water volume once every 20 days, even though they covered less than 1 percent of the bay floor. Within days, a hypoxic episode triggered by warm weather, low wind and the usual nutrients contributed to...
  • Cruise keeps an eye on "fetus"

    11/25/2005 7:13:46 AM PST · by Qwertrew · 110 replies · 5,272+ views
    E! Online ^ | 11/23/2005 | Sarah Hall
    Tom Cruise has already claimed to know the history of psychiatry. Now he's working on getting acquainted with OB/GYN. The couch-jumping thesp has acquired a sonogram machine with which to personally track the progress of the fetus currently incased in his fiancee Katie Holmes' womb. Cruise revealed the purchase during an interview with Barbara Walters taped Oct. 30 for the veteran newswoman's upcoming special, Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2005, scheduled to air Tuesday on ABC. "I bought a sonogram machine," Cruise told Walters. "I am going to donate it to a hospital when we are...
  • Tom Cruise is so hot - that is, for Scientology

    07/10/2005 3:46:10 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 38 replies · 1,510+ views
    St. Petersburg Times ^ | July 10, 2005 | ROBERT FARLEY
    Tom Cruise's end-zone dance on the Oprah show and his scolding of Matt Lauer may have startled viewers, but it surely came as no surprise to his fellow Scientologists. They had seen this side of Tom Cruise before. Last October, in a recorded speech simulcast live to Scientology audiences around the world, Cruise passionately exhorted Scientologists to promote church programs and the teachings of L. Ron Hubbard. To those not fully committed, he hotly said: Step it up or get out! Don't ask permission to help others, he said. Just do it. As Scientologists, he said, you have a special...
  • S. Korea: Truckloads of Clams Washed Ashore (beats Easter egg hunt)

    07/07/2005 7:21:35 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 20 replies · 639+ views
    JoongAng Ilbo ^ | 07/07/05 | Song Bong-keun
    S. Korea: Millions of Clams Washed Ashore (beats Easter egg hunt)  On July 6th, at the Da-dae-po Beach, Pusan, residents flocked to pick up clams. The clams, which are known to usually live 10 meter underwater, unexpectedly turned up on the beach (during a low tide,) which is a rare occurrence. [reporter Song Bong-keun in Pusan] -- source: JoongAng Ilbo   Source: JoongAng Ilbo  Source: NoCut News  Source: Chosun Ilbo  
  • Scientology's War on Psychiatry: Stranger than Fiction

    07/01/2005 9:47:55 AM PDT · by quidnunc · 147 replies · 2,494+ views
    Der Spiegel ^ | July 1, 2005 | Katharine Mieszkowski
    The controversial church, whose founder called shrinks "terrorists" and which labels mental illness a fraud, is closer than you think to implanting its extreme beliefs in the nation's laws and schools. It may be easy to dismiss Tom Cruise's recent outbursts against psychiatry as the ravings of an egomaniacal celebrity. Comedians have certainly had a field day with Cruise, a fervent disciple of the Church of Scientology, ever since he scolded Brooke Shields for taking prescribed medication to treat her postpartum depression and lectured Matt Lauer, host of the "Today" show, that psychiatry was a "pseudoscience" and antidepressant drugs were...

    11/02/2004 8:50:41 AM PST · by mandingo republican · 45 replies · 220+ views
  • Clams: They're Not Just For Chowder Anymore

    08/30/2004 7:18:03 AM PDT · by boris · 50 replies · 1,056+ views
    Science Daily ^ | 08-30-2004
    Clams: They're Not Just For Chowder Anymore Source: Marine Biological Laboratory Date: 2004-08-27 New England's favorite summertime delicacy, the chowder clam, has just been elevated to a whole new status. An international team of scientists-who credit studying surf clam (Spisula solidissima) cells with important research breakthroughs in the study of diseases such as cancer, premature aging, and muscular dystrophy-has just convened at the Marine Biological Laboratory to begin sequencing some of the clam's active genes. The effort, called the Clam Project, is the first step toward sequencing the entire clam genome, and its goal is to provide scientists with better...
  • Hints About Razor Clamming

    01/06/2004 3:06:05 AM PST · by greydog · 8 replies · 243+ views
    AP, via ^ | Jan 6, 2004 | UNK
    CLAMS - Razor clams grow by the millions on surf-pounded beaches along the Washington coast. They're narrower than many species, and they can grow to be 6 inches long. GEAR - A special narrow-bladed clam shovel or a "clam gun," a modified metal or plastic tube used to haul up a core sample of sand - hopefully with a clam inside. Each digger needs a separate container for the clams. Rubber boots and rain gear are a good idea, along with a lantern if low tide is after dark. FINDING CLAMS - Look for "clam sign," a telltale dimple made...
  • Oregon Lawmakers OK Fee for Digging Clams

    08/11/2003 6:44:19 PM PDT · by oceanperch · 13 replies · 572+ views
    KATU | 8-4-03
    Lawmakers give final approval to requiring shellfish license SALEM - A $5 annual license would be required for Oregonians to do sport harvesting of clams, crabs and other shellfish under a bill on its way to Gov. Ted Kulongoski. The House approved the Senate-passed Senate Bill 597 Tuesday. No license is currently needed to take shellfish. Nonresidents would pay $15 for a yearly license or $7.50 for a three-day permit. Analysts estimate license revenue would generate about $1 million in each two-year budget for various programs including protection and enhancement of shellfish stocks as well as enforcement of existing harvest...
  • Clambake or Clambrake?

    08/09/2003 8:36:22 AM PDT · by Noumenon · 11 replies · 311+ views
    Local nickel ads paper | Aug 8, 2003 | Unknown
    Ad posted in the local Nickel's Worth weekly classified Hunting and Fireamrs section: TRADITION MUSSEL loader, 50 caliber, used 1 day. $200
  • Lawmakers Pushing Shellfish Farms

    03/12/2002 7:54:04 AM PST · by Willie Green · 2 replies · 135+ views
    Newsday ^ | March 12, 2002 | CATHY BROWN -- Associated Press Writer
    For education and discussion only. Not for commercial use. JUNEAU, Alaska -- In an attempt to jump-start Alaska's tiny shellfish industry, state lawmakers are considering legislation that could more than double the number of shellfish farms. Two bills moving through the Alaska Legislature require the state Department of Natural Resources to identify 60 potential new sites for shellfish grown in suspended nets, which would be mostly oyster and some mussel farming. In addition, the agency would need to find 20 sites for clam farming and 10 sites for geoduck farming. The measures call for the Department of Natural Resources to...