Monthly Archives: March 2006

I Want My Name Back

So a loving friend sent me this here link to this fine site. The germane part, of course, is this: Went to Amazon and plugged “Scott Peterson” into its search engine. There were 253 results. Two hundred and fifty-three. Some … Continue reading

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Bye-Bye Glaciers

Well, now, isn’t this pretty freakin’ terrifying? Glaciers Disappear in Before & After Photos By Bjorn Carey LiveScience Staff Writer 24 March 2006 Glacier National Park might soon need a new name. The Montana park has 26 named glaciers today, … Continue reading

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One in a Million Half-Full Glasses

So the other night pal Dave said something that got to me thinking. We were discussing the almost unbelievable fact that Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was recorded on a 4-track. Given that with Pro Tools you can pretty … Continue reading

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Scalia Flips

I am so, so tired of “my side” being full of hypocrites and jerks. Justice Scalia flips the finger in church BOSTON, March 27 (UPI) — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia startled reporters in Boston just minutes after attending … Continue reading

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Tiny Lizard Reflections

Major thanks to the Llamabutchers for this, one of the finest pieces of writing I’ve encounted in quite some time. Reflections On The Tiny Lizard That Scurried Out Of My Way As I Was Heading To The Shops Yesterday Afternoon … Continue reading

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Tossing the Constitution

So I just watched The McLaughlin Group. I came down here all primed to write a scathing piece about the completely shameless, utterly disingenuous and totally incompetent waste of carbon that is our current president, President George W. Bush. But … Continue reading

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Online Train Wreck

So, undoubtedly like many of you—the rest of you, of course, will have absolutely no idea what I’m talking about, but then I’m used to that—I’ve been following the online forest fire that has resulted from The Washington Post hiring … Continue reading

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