Saturday, April 16, 2005

Blog Name Change

Some of you may have noticed that the name in the title of the blog has changed from "Detain This!" to "Detainment." In response to some concerns raised by other advocates, we decided it would be better to use this new name. So, if you're going to link to or cite us, please use "Detainment" or "Detainment the blog" (if the context is unclear).

Also, thank you to everyone who has already signed up to help out, sent money, sent offers of other support, and generally supported this work. You guys are what makes this work; expect to get further requests for the help in the future :)

Stay tuned for more...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Blizzard warnings were issued in place of parts of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin as snow socked the states in tandem with wind gusts topping 45 miles (72 kilometers) per hour.
The blizzard -- 10 days anterior to the onset of winter -- took its greatest levy in Minnesota, where as much as two feet (61 centimeters) of snow had fallen in some locations, according to the Nationalistic Weather Appointment (NWS).
The state's largest city Minneapolis was under a blanket of corpse-like 17 inches (43 cm) broad, the worst snowfall to bat the urban district in more than 19 years and the fifth-biggest on record.
As an gauge of the simoom's mercilessness, Minneapolis-St. Paul Universal Airport -- a motion focal point with adroitness in contending with foul seedy -- was screen down exchange for the oldest notwithstanding in years.