" The National Security Agency has been amassing a vast, secret database with records of tens of millions of telephone calls made by Americans, USA Today reported on Thursday. Telephone companies started to turn over records of millions of their customers' phone calls not long after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The government has created the largest database ever assembled, according to an anonymous source quoted by the newspaper.
The government apparently has even bigger plans 'to create a database of every call ever made within the nation's borders' to identify and track suspected terrorists.
Think about that. Every phone call ever made."
At least we will be safe from the Terrorists... (more)
"University of Colorado police have posted pictures of 150 people on a website smoking pot on the 420 day celebration last week and are offering a $50 reward for anyone who can identify them.
Police spokesman Lt. Tim McGraw said they received more than 50 calls within the first hours of posting the pictures online Thursday afternoon. He said police were in the process of confirming the tips today.
'I mean the phones were ringing off the hook,' he said.
The pictures were taken by people in the crowd at Farrand Field on April 20, a day of revelry for marijuana smokers. Anyone who knows people in the pictures is asked to call 303-492-****. The $50 reward will be given to the first caller who correctly identifies someone pictured on the site."
Fantastic! First they came 4 the child molesters, and we said nothing... (more)