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January 27, 2004
Think about these

Let me tell you, I like to get my news from a lot of sources, but I am right on the verse of abandoning those sites that have begun using those irritating "floating" ads that cover the text on the web page and force me to search for a "close" button without accidentally clicking on the blasted ad and encouraging the fools to think I have any interest in whatever over-hyped trash they're trying to sell me.

Diane Wilson has been fighting Dow Chemical for years (as I've mentioned before) but in all those years, I've never seen a single major media outlet so much as comment on the story.

Can you "recast" a war that's already been fought or is that just a polite, Canadian way of saying that the Bush Administration is hoping they can find someone clueless and spin the whole story into something it wasn't?

On the way to work this morning, I heard that three more soldiers were killed by roadside bomb, and now there's a report of an unexplained explosion with casualties.

This is a very, very strange story. Why should Canada pay for the flight of someone who, from the sounds of it, was fighting with terrorists? Is there any possibility that his father is going to go to prison for, you know, child endangerment, aside from the whole "supporting al Qaeda" thing?

I'm still tired of hearing about that electability thing and Kucinich had a good answer to the question.

And yet another form of home-grown terrorism.

Actually, I'm sort of obsessing over today's primary, even though I know we won't get any results for hours and hours yet. It's very distracting.

Posted by AnneZook at 09:07 AM


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