In answer to the question you all want to know: on March 7, "roger green" was #10 on the Google list. I didn't go up, but I'm still on the first page.
Follow-up to that "Racist Song report" is here. Tom the Dog will be pleased to note that the writer probably hated the movie "Crash" more than he did.
ABC News devoted about 4 of its 22 minutes to its lead story about the death of Dana Reeve on its broadcast Tuesday, which seemed to be a lot. To be fair, it also included a report that 1 in 5 women who develop lung cancer are non-smokers, as opposed to only 1 in 10 men, and science is not certain why. Dana Reeve was a non-smoker.
Mark Trail is one of those old time comic strips I grew up with, one that some might say, "They're still putting THAT out?" - the Comics Curmudgeon does cite him regularly. For me, it's in the local paper, and I scan it only because it's there. But the storyline that started in the last panel of February 17 struck my interest. By February 27, the plot involved a potential land grab, and by March 6, it was named: eminent domain. You can read the strip here.
Since Rod Serling and I were so tight (OK, I met him once), I should note that, starting in 2007, there will be a Rod Serling Museum in my hometown of Binghamton, NY, about six blocks from where he (and later, I) went to high school. Incidentally, a small part of the piece in the Wikipedia about him is wrong. The place he (OK, and I) graduated from was Binghamton CENTRAL High School, not Binghamton High School; it didn't change its name until 1982, well after he died. "They say Tanzania, I say Tanganyika" is apt here.
The New York Post this past Friday, had a subheadline about a space elevator. It being the bastion of journalism that it is, I was disinclined to believe it until I saw this.