Thursday, June 29, 2006
- Google will unveil their own online payment service, Checkout, (or GBuy)which will rival with PayPal.
- Recruiting Marine, Staff Sgt. Raymond J. Plouhar, who briefly appeared in Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11", died Monday from a roadside bombing in Iraq. He was 30.
- Maryland Governor Robert Erhlich (R) has appointed a gay judge, Christopher Panos, as a Special Master in Circuit Court Family Division. Also, he fired Robert J. Smith from Washington Metropolitan Transit Agency for inappropriate remarks against the GLBT communities.
Erhlich has been called a Republican with a libertarian bent.
- Tribunal to hear complaints from Deaf Starbucks employee
- Arkansas court says gays cannot be banned from being foster parents
I hear that Superman Returns has gotten some great reviews. Can't wait to see it with open captions!
ta ta for now...