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Spiritual Surf: George Clooney takes on Sudan, Saudis take on the Internet, atheists sing the blues

Looking out for number one; pro-Islam blogging; failing Army spiritual test; Celebrity Rehab’s tall promises

All hail Hollywood: In his own battle against genocide, George Clooney has appointed himself International Advisor with authority to spy on Sudan.

Selfish mathematics: What “number one” means to numerologists, mystics and ourselves.

Freedom of nothing: Saudia Arabia’s new Internet rules say non-citizens can’t write the news, and that bloggers must promote Islam and disclose their hosting company to the government.

Unlightened: The US Army might have to revamp its Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program after an atheist soldier complains the test deemed him spiritually deficient.

Songs with a lower-case “he” – Hymns are not for everyone. Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers sing “Atheists ain’t got no songs.”

Rehab or regression? What Leif Garrett and other fallen stars hope to gain by displaying their addictions to the world on Celebrity Rehab.

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