Friday Fun News

Just in case you were suffering a crisis of Ceiling Cat faith:
It is a rite of passage for any sufficiently advanced genetically modified animal: at some point scientists will insert a gene that makes you glow green. The latest addition to this ever-growing list – which includes fruit flies, mice, rabbits and pigs – is the domestic cat.

Scientists in Britain are conducting experiments using stem cells to cure blindness.
British surgeons are to take part in the first trial in patients of a human embryonic stem cell therapy to gain approval from regulators in Europe.
Surgeons at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London will inject cells into the eyes of 12 patients with an incurable eye disease called Stargardt's macular dystrophy, one of the main causes of blindness in young people.

This will make His Frothiness cry, since more people will now be able to read all about him on teh Google.
Rick Santorum has had a Google problem for years, but now the Republican presidential hopeful wants the company to fix it.
...The problem began in 2003. After the then-US senator from Pennsylvania said he was opposed to “homosexual acts,” a gay rights activist figured out how to driv top search results for the politician’s name to graphic, homosexual material.
Now, as the race for the GOP nomination heats up – with yet another debate Thu night – the former governor is renewing his appeal to Google to filter its search results.

And hey look! Someone I've never heard of just dropped out of the GOP presidential field. Maybe their debates will start making sense at some point.
Most Illogical Answer: Michele Bachmann said that "you should get to keep every dollar that you earn. That's your money; that's not the government's money." Then she adds, "Obviously, we have to give money back to the government so that we can run the government."

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