But I noticed lots of interesting stories in the media this weekend.
Like this story about how rap music inspires Libyan rebels to defeat Gadhafi. See, I told you rap music is not all bad!
And this story about a new report showing the role that Transocean played in the Gulf oil spill. It appears this is just another company with a history of recidivism.
Oh, and not to mention the Winston Salem Journal called for a moratorium on executions based on my study! (that was Sunday). Cool, no?
And the big story today is that "WikiLeaks" has revealed interesting details about Guantanamo detainees, including that a few dozen have returned to terrorism or armed conflict.
There is some interesting stuff in here, including this:
"They ... paint in great detail a portrait of al Qaeda as it grew stronger in Afghanistan in the 1990s, prepared for the 9/11 attacks and scattered in their aftermath.
"Among the files already published by WikiLeaks and examined by CNN is that of Ahmed Khalfan Gailani, recently convicted by a New York court of taking part in the bombing of the U.S. embassy in Tanzania in 1998. The file, from 2006 when Gailani was transferred to Guantanamo, includes details of his time as a bodyguard and cook to Osama bin Laden shortly before the 9/11 attacks. Gailani is cited as telling interrogators that the al Qaeda leader had a "normal diet" and usually ate with about 15 bodyguards."
Read more on the last story here (CNN) or here (Fox).