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Friday, March 09, 2007
Drawing on Walter Reed
In this latest installment of our "Drawing On" cartoon series, three I-Report cartoonists tackle the same politically charged topic: problems at Walter Reed Medical Center, where many U.S. veterans receive care. (Check out the earlier rounds here: Academy Awards, Iran and Iraq, Anna Nicole Smith.)

Scroll down to see them all, then let us know which one you like best -- and why -- by posting a comment. Better yet, send your own cartoon response.


Take 1: 'No idea' - Cartoonist Dean Turnbloom



Take 2: 'Sacrificed' - Cartoonist Brixton Doyle



Take 3: 'Potholes' - Cartoonist Jim Brenneman



Now let's talk: Sound off by sending a comment, or pick up your pen and draw your own take on this week's topic.
Thursday, March 08, 2007
News in Brief: Viacom demands YouTube pull ex-TV viewers from its site
NEW YORK -- In a cease-and-desist letter sent to Google's attorneys last week,
media conglomerate Viacom demanded that YouTube immediately pull 400,000
ex-TV viewers from its industry-leading video-sharing site.

"These viewers clearly belong to Viacom and its related entertainment
subsidiaries," stated the letter, which called the co-opted viewership "the
result of an investment of hundreds of millions of dollars by our company."
"Should YouTube fail to adequately address this blatant infringement, Viacom
will not hesitate to assert its ownership rights to its intellectual
property."

The letter threatened further legal action if all the 400,000 viewers in
question are not removed from their desks and returned to their couches by
the end of the week.
Wednesday, March 07, 2007
American Voices: XM, Sirius To Merge
XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. and Sirius Satellite Radio announced a plan
to merge the two companies. What do you think?

"Cool. I didn't think I was paying enough for my service before."
- Kendra Peters, Furnace Repairperson


"I'm just worried that Sirius' Top 40 station will be dropped in favor of XM's vastly inferior Top 40."
- Krzysch, Systems Analyst,


"Until there's a satellite channel dedicated to a lonely statistician in Tacoma talking about his figurine collection, I'm sticking with ham radio."
- Josh Bernstein, Piano Tuner


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Tuesday, March 06, 2007
News in Brief: Temperature of coffee expected to rise nine degrees by end of
WASHINGTON, DC -- A report released by the Union of Concerned Dietitians stated
that not only will the temperature of coffee increase by nearly nine degrees
by the end of this century, the rise is directly linked to human activity.

"At this point, there is no way to reverse the trend, but we can slow it
down," said UCD President Marilyn Presber, who blamed the rising temperature
on corporate coffee "super-heaters" such as Starbucks, McDonald's, and
Dunkin' Donuts, and added that if the public made a conscious effort to heat
water short of its boiling point and pour "extremely chilled" milk into the
beverage, the overall temperature increase could be delayed nearly 150
years. "If we don't make some sacrifices now, our children's children will
be living in a world in which it will be virtually impossible to avoid
having the inside of their mouths burned."

However, many Americans remain skeptical of the coffee-heating issue, such
as Tampa, FL coffee drinker Henry Giesen, 67, who calls it "a hoax
perpetuated by the anti-caffeine lobby and the carbonated-beverage
industry."
Monday, March 05, 2007
American Voices: Prince Harry going to Iraq
Prince Harry, the son of Prince Charles and Lady Diana, third in line to the
throne of England, is being deployed to Iraq. What do you think?

"Queen Elizabeth did well as a machine-gunner during World War II, so I wouldn't expect any less of her grandson."
- Arthur Locke, Brewer


"Man, Iraqi phone lines are going to be inundated with prank callers asking if they have Prince Harry in a tank."
- Mary Sawyer, Systems Analyst


"Great. Another kid with maternal-abandonment issues and a gun."
- Chuck Hurley, Hair Stylist


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