Sunday, September 17, 2006

God, Music & Games

Has the Pope behaved like an arse?
Pope quotes 14th century Byzantine Emperor Manuel II Palaeologus saying that Mohammad brought evil stuff into the world and spread its faith by the sword; doh, and the Christians didn't?

What about the Spanish in South America forcing the Catholic church on the natives?

Still it is useful to know that both Christians and Muslims claim to be peace loving whilst burning each others churches and Mosques down. What the hell would happen if they were war like?

Does Jesus get a look in on this? As far as I recall he was the chap who said "let him who is without sin cast the first stone". Seems like some of our religous leaders could usefuly return to the texts.

We have absolutely nothing listed for Monday 17th...shame.

What's happening on Tuesday 18th is West Dorset & South Somerset?
Dr Stomp @ No.10, Bridport
Thomas Brothers @ Wyndham Arms, Kingsbury Episcopi

Nintendo Wii game machine to hit European stores December 8
LONDON (AFP) - Nintendo says it will launch its next-generation Wii game machine in Europe on December 8, six days after its release in Japan where it will cost 100 dollars less.
The Wii will in Europe carry a recommended retail price of 249 euros (about £170), Nintendo announced at a press conference in London.

The Wii, which allows users to surf the Internet and has a wireless control, will be released in Japan on December 2 at a price of 25,000 yen (212 dollars), Nintendo said Thursday.
It will be launched in the United States on November 19.

Shaped like a television remote control and engineered with motion sensors and speakers, the Wii control enables users to guide game play by moving as if actually wielding swords, swinging golf clubs, or firing weapons.

Sony was meanwhile to release the more expensive next-generation PlayStation 3 on November 11. (Unless the DVD drives flunk out again!)

Enjoy the working week!

The Editor

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