February 09, 2005

According to a new survey by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, more than 50 million U.S. adults now bank online, a jump of 47% during the past two years. In 2000, about 14 million people used online banking sites. That figure jumped to 37 million in 2002, and is now at about 53 million people, or about 44% of all Internet users.

The Virginia House of Delegates passed a bill Tuesday authorizing a $50 fine for anyone who displays his or her underpants in a "lewd or indecent manner." We have now officially surpassed the threshold of righteousness gone too far.

According to a poll of 1,008 adult Canadians, 37% of the NHL's fan base said they don't miss the pro game. Not a promising sign for the NHL.

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