and apparently without too much interest or excitement.
Poo and pee dominated a public hearing Monday on a new law that prohibits people from carrying certain items if they intend to use them for nefarious purposes.
...Two of the most frequently used examples of a noxious substance are a bucket of urine and a "feces bomb."
...Police have to prove that people carrying such items intend to use them to block public access or emergency equipment or to thwart crowd control measures.
Denver homeless are going to be given tickets to the movies, the zoo, museums, and other cultural events. Big screen TVs are being donated to shelters, which will have extended hours during the convention.
There is also going to be a voter registration drive at the shelters but if they want the homeless to be more involved in the political process, why are they trying to hide them during the convention?
Because the level of science education and public knowledge in the U.S. isn't mocked enough (and often with good cause), "Jeff Peckman, who is proposing the creation of an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission in the Mile High City, is planning a news conference during the DNC to talk about space aliens and the 'technologies that they appear willing to offer'."
I think the most idiotic part of the Denver DNC is the catering rules.
Thousands of under-fed attendeess being confronted by poo-throwing protesters...this can only end in tears. And angry, violent attacks.
My only hope is that they have 24-hour streaming webcams set up all over the city.
While you can still download Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog from iTunes, you can also view it for free online on Hulu.
I can't describe how much I enjoy this or why, but I watch it at least once a day...and bought the t-shirt.