Daily Archives: April 1, 2010

Poll: Census Is Not an Invasion of Privacy

Representative Michelle Bachmann has stated that the Census does not need all the information it solicits.  A Poll done by CNN/Opinion Research finds that 83% of a sample representative of the U.S. population does not think the information sought by the Census is an invasion of privacy; while 16% thought it was an invasion of privacy.

80% of the respondents to the above p0ll thought the information obtained by the Census was useful compared to 20% who did not think so.

Read more here.

The fact that the census is constitutionally mandated does not seem to deter Ms. Bachmann.  Read more here.

I think the image below, might be on to something.

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Guess What Google is Changing Its Name to…

At 1 a.m. on this date, Google changed its name to “Topeka” in reciprocation for the Mayor’s offer to change Topeka’s name to Google.  I did not know this, but did you know the Indian word “Topeka” means “a good place to dig for patatoes.”  Read more here.

Oh, and I am sure this has NOTHING to do with today’s calender date!

iggydonnelly

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Thursday, 4/1/10, Public Square

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