Okay, so, the reading today has been really good. There's fun stuff going on this weekend at the Tate Modern (FluxOlympics? Sign me up!), though I'm more likely to hit the Dulwich Picture Gallery, at least on Saturday), they've finally found a health problem caused by cell phones (it's bad for pregnant women to use them, just below drinking and smoking - and the research looks really good) ... and then this headline, straight out of the Onion: "Court says money discriminates against blind people" - not POOR people of course, but the blind. Sadly I fear this link (which I have not yet followed) will not lead to a story advocating a move to a bartering society and establishment of an anarchist state. The irony for me is that justice is blind, so I'm guessing money can't buy justice, either, no matter what the financial composition of people on death row might lead you to believe.