[00:02]The snow covering the moor is topped with a brittle
[00:05]covering of ice which glitters coldly in the bright light.
[00:09]There is ice everywhere.
[00:13]The cans of colored foam were sold for about $10 from
[00:17]February 2002 to last month.
[00:23]Millions of children are planning a mass protest this
[00:26]Saturday, when they intend to roam the streets, bang on
[00:29]doors, and demand chocolate while dressed as adorable
[00:32]witches and vampires.
[00:38]But that's where the explanation ends, in the fog
[00:40]of secrecy, just like the vague assertions that the NSA
[00:44]warrantless eavesdropping program has saved lives.
[00:52]It was Welles's fate to burn too brightly, too quickly.
[00:56]He was a man who could be everything except a cog in
[00:59]the Hollywood machine; an artist whose precocity would
[01:02]prove his undoing.
[01:06]Yahoo, which had been deleting only a portion of
[01:09]individual I.P. addresses, said it would now delete the
[01:12]entire address after 90 days and make anonymous the log
[01:17]of a user's activities.
[01:21]People in poor countries will continue to die from
[01:23]preventable diseases, energy costs will escalate, and the
[01:27]world's population will overwhelm the land available for