So, there’s frozen sugar at the end of the galaxy, the Pentagon is restricting access to web info about how overseas voters can cast their ballots (seriously), check out some free SF stories online (your pick), amuse yourself with new words at Word Spy, and check out Amanda over at Mousewords as she amusingly deconstructs reader commentary on “I had an abortion” T-shirts.

And, for those who haven’t checked out at least the “highlights” of Bush’s address to the United Nations… you should. You really should. It’s worth a laugh or two. You know, I think all politicians are liars and backstabbers and all that, but you know, when I see the President of the United States of America standing in front of the United Nations and making us all look like war-mongering idiots who don’t read newspapers and have no idea what the hell the UN does… well, those are the days I really miss hippie Clinton the Rhodes scholar.

Reaction to Mr Bush’s speech, which received only moderate applause, was initially sparse. The Swiss president, Joseph Deiss, said: “In hindsight, experience shows that actions taken without a mandate which has been clearly defined in a security council resolution are doomed to failure.”

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