There are several articles tonight featuring interesting details about the accused Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik, aspects of the case that were not covered in the initial MSM rush to blame his heinous acts on Fjordman, Gates of Vienna, Jihad Watch, and other anti-jihad sites.
In other news, the small town of Mugardos on the coast of Galicia has now completed the first three months of an experiment: merchants in the town have been accepting the old currency, the peseta, in parallel with the euro. Overall, the use of the peseta has been a success — so many people had the old banknotes and coins stashed away in their cookie jars and under their mattresses that currency once again became viable, especially as the euro seemed on the verge of collapse.
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Thanks to C. Cantoni, Insubria, JD, Mary Abdelmassih, TV, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.
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