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Monthly Archives: August 2005
This is the most depressing article I’ve ever read. RollingStone.com: Four Amendments & a Funeral : Politics: “Four Amendments & a Funeral A month inside the house of horrors that is Congress By MATT TAIBBI”
In his first novel, “For Us, The Living”, discovered and published posthumously, Heinlein proposes an interesting approach to war by inventing a future constitutional amendment that declares, in effect: Except in case of invasion of the United States, Congress shall … Continue reading
“We’ve howdied but never shook.” That saying delights me each time I read it. I wish I could remember who said it; I think it was in a chat room. My first thought was to work from that saying into … Continue reading
At The Great Startup Game is a great collection of malapropisms. I’d like to add another that appeared in an email at work. The writer was recommending an architect, and I don’t think this was intentional — rather, a case … Continue reading
The Blog | David Swanson: Sheehan Breakthroughs, Unbridgeable Divides, and Taboos Unbroken | The Huffington Post: “The big divide here is between those who believe the war was based on good reasons and those who believe it was based on … Continue reading
Yes, it’s free, and it’s actually cool. Photo Story 3 for Windows is elegant in that you can go with the defaults as an absolute neophyte and get a great output…yet you can also tweak and play to get a … Continue reading