Thursday, May 04, 2006

Link Lovin Thursday and the Mystic Judge

Or so he claimed in the above link.

MANILA (Reuters) - A Philippine judge who claimed he could see into the future and admitted consulting imaginary mystic dwarfs has asked for his job back after being fired by the country's Supreme Court.

He told investigators that three mystic dwarfs -- Armand, Luis and Angel -- helped him carry out healing sessions during breaks in his chambers.

Those of you who want to share some link lovin, you know what to do! Don't know what I'm talking about? You don't need Armand, Luis and Angel, all you have to do is visit The Crazy Rants of Samantha Burns where alllllll will be revealed....


123beta stopped by this morning to share Tamiflu For The Masses

A Nobel prize-winning chemist has devised a straightforward method for making Tamiflu, and has not yet patented it.

One of my best buddies, me4president2008 wants you to read Jurors listen to Me4Prez, AG to investigate

Lisa has found a way for a justice to prevail over illness.

Then Dane Bramage tells us the Headlines for Thursday 05/04/2006

Halle Berry says she wants to adopt
Oow! Oow! ME! Me! Adopt Me!

Springsteen expresses New Orleans' pain
That pain has a name and it's Ray Nagin

Tor's Rants stopped by to point out The Buddhist I Ching: Thunder

One excellent meditation that I used to alternate with mindfulness of breathing meditation is called mettabhavana, or loving-kindness, meditation. I can attest to its efficacy in helping calm negative emotions, and in dealing with difficult people.

Planck's Constant would like you to read, Things that tick me off at the movies

I am deeply invested into this film I'm watching in my home. The time is thousands of years into the future. The plot is intricate, yet understandable. Clever and unpredictable. The action is breathtaking, the dialogue scintillating, the actors magnificent in the execution of their craft. The director does not intrude into the film with quirky angles or POV. Scenes slide into each other without jarring effect.