Inaugural UFO CNN Analyzed
This puts a new perspective on CNNs satellite imaging of the Inaugural. "Seen from Space," indeed!
UPDATE: You know, I was so busy trying to figure out what that thing is (or isn't) I forgot to mention the conjunction with the Washington Memorial Masonic Obelisk. We're certainly getting an eyeful (no pun intended) of that sucker (no pun intended) this week, aren't we?
UPDATE II: Well, Caroline Kennedy wasn't appointed to the Senate after all. Here's an interesting tidbit about her replacement:
Then-Rep.-elect (Kirsten) Gillibrand, D-N.Y., thanks supporters in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. after beating incumbent Rep. John Sweeney in 2006. Gillibrand gave birth Thursday, May 15, 2008, to a healthy baby boy, a day after voting on a major piece of legislation. The delivery makes her the sixth woman to have a child while a member of Congress.Gillibrand is a Scottish surname meaning "burning bright." May 15 is the first day of the month of the goddess Wadjet in the Ancient Egyptian calendar. According to Tour Egypt, "Wadjet was revered as the goddess of childbirth, and protector of children, and in later years she became the protector of kings."
Indeed, Wadjet is also the cobra in the Udjat, or Eye of Horus.
Oh, I almost forgot- Gillibrand is from Hudson, New York. That's in Columbia County.
UPDATE III: Oh, this is interesting- it turns out Gillibrand's appointment is not being well-received in Dem circles. It appears she's a lot more conservative than the rest of the NY caucus. Curious...
UPDATE IV: Todd C. wrote and asked me what I thought about the oath "do-over." What I think is that I think that Obama was one of 22 Senators who voted against Roberts...