Monthly Archives: September 2007

Deep student discount for Microsoft Office Ultimate

Do you know a student (can be graduate) and want Microsoft Office Ultimate? For all students, Microsoft is offering a really sweat deal: Microsoft Ultimate Office for just $59.95. It normally retails for $679.00.  Runs on both XP and Vista, FYI.

Also, Ultimate includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, and a whole bunch of stuff you don’t need as shown here.

Details of this great deal are found here. Promotion lasts until April 30th, 2008.

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Obtaining a Name Change in Montana

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Apparently this spurned husband didn’t take it so well when his wife entered into
a dalliance on a business trip.  William L. Managhan of the Managhan & Kortum-Managhan Law Firm, reportedly sent the following email to the entire membership of the Montana Trial Lawyers Association, detailing exactly how best to change your name in Montana:

Managhan & Kortum-Managhan Law Firm will no longer be known as such. The name is returning to Managhan Law Firm as Santana Kortum-Managhan is leaving the firm. Turns out that she was having sex with Tim McKeon of Anaconda while attending MMLP hearings in Helena. Call me silly but I no longer fill comfortable with her as my law partner or wife. Some will think this is an inappropriate announcement, but considering the small legal community in our state, I might as well preempt the roomer mill. Please address communication to William L. Managhan through Managhan Law Firm.

http://www.managhanlawfirm.com/profiles.htm

Managhan Law Firm PLLC

That’s a big “[sic]” for all those typos.  Whether the email is authentic or no, it’s quite a story, isn’t it.  The firm’s “Profiles” page reads “This page is currently unavailable,” lending a suspicious air of credibility to the tale.

And Mr. Managhan: if you did indeed send this out, can’t you take the time to be a real lawyer and run a spell-check before burdening us with your linguistic/romance woes and simultaneously trashing your wife’s reputation (if indeed that is you . . . hellooo?)?

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See also HERE and HERE for more on the story.

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iPhone free unlock finally achieved

If you have (or want) an iPhone, you used to be locked into AT&T’s 2 year contract. However, hackers have released a free unlock which allows you to use T-Mobile as a carrier. Actually, you can use any carrier that is using CDMA, but in America, that is only T-Mobile and AT&T.

Verizon is a no go, because it uses a different technology. But the rest of the world (that use CDMA) is now a very happy place. So if you like T-Mobile and want to buy a nice gadget, go nuts. Oh, and make sure it’s free. Other hackers were trying to charge for it, but the free project released before they were able to effectively mass-market it.

Details (from Gizmodo) are here.

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Babylon 5: The Lost Tales non-spoiler Review (Worth the HD download on XBL)

Did you ever go to a reunion and see old friends that you haven’t talked to in years? People who you just generally lost touch with and who you immediately start to catch-up with? You start remembering all the good times you both had? And then it’s time to go?

That sadness is pretty much how I felt after watching this movie in HD. If you were even remotely a Babylon 5 fan, download this movie in HD. Continue reading

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Haditha Update: SSgt Wuterich Article 32 Day 1 and 2

During the first day of testimony, the prosecution called LCpl Humbertoart.wuterich.ap.jpg Mendoza to the witness stand. LCpl Mendoza testified that he never saw SSgt Wuterich kill any Iraqis inside either of the two home, that 19 November 2005, in the town of Haditha, Iraq. LCpl Mendoza finished his testimony by stating “I think he’s a great Marine, sir,” after questioned about his opinion of SSgt Wuterich.

This began the Government’s presentation of evidence against Staff Sergeant Frank Wuterich in his Article 32 investigation into 18 charges of murder arising from his actions in Haditha. The investigation is being conducted by LtCol Paul Ware who has the responsibility of investigating the facts underlying these charges and making a Continue reading

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