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Journal Journal: Defibrillator At Train Station Used To Cook Food

The PATH train, which stands for Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation, is a train which runs from New Jersey's eastern border across the Hudson to New York city. It is a popular commuter train and, as it turns out, daily plays host to carload after carload of resourceful people, people who know how to abuse a defibrillator in ways the rest of us can only dream of. In eternal wise guy fashion, regular riders of the PATH train have adapted the emergency defibrillators recently installed in t

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Journal Journal: What's Up With Sarah Palin?

Politicans were suddenly surprised on Sunday when Alaska Governor Sarah Palin checked herself into a rehab facility for an undisclosed number of narcotics in Wasilla, Alaska.

"I didn't see this coming at all," said Washington Post's Chris Cizilla. "But I really should have. Her behavior for the last six months is perfectly in line with a meth addict."

"This is shocking, completely shocking," said CNN contributor Melinda Torres. "Well, actually, not that shocking."

Social Networks

Journal Journal: In-Dept Social Networking

A social network is a social structure made of nodes, which are generally individuals, that are tied by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as friendship, kinship, financial exchange, interests, sexual relationships, or relationships of beliefs, knowledge or prestige.

Nodes are the individual actors within the networks, and ties are the relationships between the actors.

A commune is where people join together to share their lack of wealth. -- R. Stallman