8/7 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS
Steve Monaco has your Monday Movie Quiz at Couch Pundit.
Corey Anderson has the top ten ways Mark Kennedy has proven he's totally bipartisan and not a lackey for Pres. Bush at American Idle.
Most people were no more satisfied with life after marriage than they were prior to marriage in a study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Patients having radiation treatments should be warned they may falsely trigger security alarms.
A 74-year-old woman named Pat Niple was told by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles that she could no longer have the personalized license plate "NWTF."
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Justacoolcat is a software engineer living in St. Paul with his wife, two dogs, and a cat. He blogs on crazy bunnies, inner-supermodels and aggravating urinal water at justacoolcat.
Paul Lukas at ESPN's Page 2 has published the "winning" designs in his "worst uniform ever" contest.
Some of your favorite internet celebrities join the fight for net neutrality at We Are The Web. (Click on "Watch the Video")
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"The reality of the world we live in today is that if Michael Moore endorses it, tens of millions will automatically reject it."
-- Magnolia Films president Eamonn Bowles, requesting that the filmmaker not show Magnolia's newly-acquired documentary, Jesus Camp, at his Traverse City Film Festival. Moore showed the film twice over the weekend.