11/21: Morning Communique
CITY PAGES BLOGS
Steve Monaco has your Monday Movie Quiz at Couch Pundit.
Elaine Cassel discusses a prosecutor under investigation in the Detroit terrorism case at Civil Liberties Watch.
If you're jonesing for more awesome Morning Communique-type links, check out the Mid Morning Browse from Karl Pearson-Cater at kpc--weeblog.
After 16-year-old Kelsey Swiatko heard that underwear is one of the biggest needs among Kenosha's poor, she launched "Operation Underwear," spending hours outside the local Wal-Mart collecting donations.
Match.com is accused in a federal lawsuit of goading members into renewing their subscriptions through bogus romantic e-mails sent out by company employees and phony dates with people on the payroll.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Shell Shell is an FOB (Friend of Blotter) who shares her psychoses, Jarvis Cocker fetish, and crappy GRE verbal scores for our amusement at War on Dating.
Got a case of the Mondays? Rate My Puppy will bring on the feel-goods!
Fantasy Island meets Saw in a sadistic new thriller produced by Quentin Tarantino called Hostel.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
-- John Kerry, speaking to Wolf Blitzer on CNN, answers his own rhetorical question: "Would I like to be president?"