There’s geeky, and then there’s geeky. (I guess this is for that Silicon Alley crowd that gets jealous of the weekenders cruising in the Village with their neon car kits.)

My blood is literally boiling right now, because according to our President, “The days of discriminating aginst religious institutions simply because they are religious must come to an end.” In addition, the full text of what Bush said into the microphone he didn’t know was on was reported:

See, this faith-based initiative really ties into a larger cultural issue that we are working on. When you’re talking about welcoming people of faith to help people who are disadvantaged, the logical step is also those babies.

MetaFilter once again comes through, though, with an example of Dubya himself discriminating against a religion. The beauty of news archives is proven again…

I’ve got a great idea: if you see a funnel-web spider (one of the world’s deadliest), don’t run away… catch the thing. Yeah, I’m right on that.

I found a great tool yesterday, HOBLink JWT. It’s a total Java implementation of a Windows Terminal Services client; it will allow me to manage some of my machines from afar, without the need for Internet Explorer. Cool.