The "Twin Towers II" edition in the continuing saga of interesting and thought provoking news from around the web.
There's sure to be something you've missed around the blogosphere.
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The Education Wonks has week 15 of the Carnival of Education. Lots of good stuff.
The Galvin Opinion and Ace of Spades cover the "Twin Towers II", with pictures of a proposed rebuilding of the towers, only this time 5 stories taller.
La Shawn Barber has now gone three weeks self employed. Go see how she's been managing.
David over at In Search of Utopia has taken a business trip to Monteverde. He's been hanging with some British students and some cute chick in his off time.
Chad at In The Bullpen tells us the CBS has cancelled 60 Minutes II.
Blogs of War reports on some video game playing pigs.
Alpha Patriot tips us to a Boing Boing entry on some BDSM dolls you can order.
The Jawa Report covers a movie theater that refuses to play Jane Fonda's movie Monster in Law because of her pro-Communist stance during the Vietnam war.
Speed of Thought reports on earthquake forecasting you can view on the web just like a weather forecast.
SlantPoint has this hilarious animated Arianna you just have to see.
PoliBlog tips us to "the Piano Man" -- and no we don't mean Billy Joel.
Outside The Beltway looks into why Brits are starting to hate tea.
Ace of Spades tells us that Arrested Development has been picked up for another season and gives us 6 reasons why we should watch.
Last but not least, Chris Short has launched Conservative Thinking, a new blog that includes migrated content from his previous blog at the Short family website.
So that wraps up the "Twin Towers II" edition...
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