o Again as if just for me to pad this blog, the http://www.topix.net/ website describes how 'Pittsburgh mayor changes name to Steelerstahl', "...Luke Ravenstahl...to show his Steelers pride and dislike for upcoming play-off opponents the Baltimore Ravens...at least until the AFC Championship match-up. ..."...ceremonial..."..." (or perhaps to improve quoting skills).
o The http://www.lawfuel.com/ website provides 'US sues five Manhattan hotels for violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act', "...of 1990...", following an article provided by the Modesto Bee, CA, journalism at http://www.modbee.com/ that describes "Man wielding Samurai sward killed by police', "...outside a Doubletree Hotel..taken to a hospital and died about an hour later. ...". Was he trying "cut the atmosphere" to use a restroom? The latter article concerns me because I was once detained as an action of Park Police in Allegany State Park, NY, with a young man in a car that had a Samurai sword lying in the back seat -- we found a baggie filled with cannabis sativa in the forest which the officers took after a search of the vehicle (he, the driver, actually had to face courtroom charges).
The Topix.net website, with its Manhattan, NY, entries also lists 'NYC Bathroom Remodeling Tips...' from www.PRWeb.com.
o Then there is the story of Nicole Viennau from http://www.canada.com/, who "Vanished abroad...last seen in Syria March 31, 2007...was 32...the family located Nicole's gear at the Cairo Hotel, two hours north of Damascus in Hama. ...".
There are a number of possibilities made available through the Internet to explain this: that perhaps she replaced Michael Jackson in Bahrain or that perhaps she had become a suicide-bomber (comments section, http://www.topix.net/); that perhaps she joined "...Elmira, Ontario [Canada] resident Rachael Yordy...working the past 15 months in Egypt... to improve child labour conditions in that country..." (from the Elmira Independent); and/or that perhaps she was sent to report about "...the bitterly contested dam project...in Turkey's impoverished southeast...located by the banks of the Tigris near...borders with Iraq and Syria...mainly a Kurdish local population...project would flood ruins from ancient Mesopotamia in the town of Hasan Keyf and other sites... " (from http://www.guardian.co.uk/).
This also worries me since the Kinzua Dam was built in violation of an international tribal treaty at the northwestern PA/NY border, USA, and 'Keifer' is a surname found in that region.