>> French, British and American forces have begun strikes on Libya, shifting from a no-fly zone to attacking ground forces. Libyan officials claim there have been 64 civilian deaths from Western attacks, and that no country is being accountable for their actions. For once, it was the French, not the Americans, that started the warmongering. (Reuters, the New York Times)
>> Meanwhile, the four New York Times journalists that had gone missing for six days were released today by the Libyan government to Turkish diplomats. Seif al-Islam Qaddafi, Muammar's son, said that they were released because they were American, not European, though now two AFP reporters and a Getty Images photographer have gone missing. Wait, they like Americans? (the New York Times, Reuters)
>> Egyptians excitedly voted on a constitutional amendment package on Saturday, the first time since Hosni Mubarak was overthrown, waiting up to three hours in line. I get antsy after waiting 15 minutes. (the New York Times)
>> And finally: AT&T, the second-ranked mobile provider, is buying the fourth-ranked T-Mobile for $39 billion, creating the country's largest wireless carrier. The FCC still has to
break up approve the deal. Hope this results in some better commercials. (the Wall Street Journal)
"i'll be a season ticket holder for the new Falcons stadium in 2017."
congrats to Rodney, Joeff, Dustin, and Brandon.
and good luck.
The last question and answer is what it's really about (outside of money of course).
The Gorgeous JR was nominated for best commenter as well.
Good Job CL…
Great, you just signed yourselves up for an audit
Taxes paid for that sidewalk, now get off of it!