Monthly Archives: April 2008

100 More Years in Iraq

This is the ad John McCain and the Republican National Committee are desperate you not see. Why? Because it uses John McCain’s own words. And because they know that what McCain believes is not what the overwhelming majority of Americans … Continue reading

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In Memoriam

The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Bahrain, Dubai, Iraq and Kuwait: John T. Bishop, 22, of Gaylord, Mich.; private first class, Army. Bishop was one of two soldiers killed Wednesday when their armored … Continue reading

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Farewell to Danny

This eulogy was delivered by Bruce Springsteen at Danny’s funeral on April 21 in Red Bank, New Jersey: FAREWELL TO DANNY Let me start with the stories. Back in the days of miracles, the frontier days when “Mad Dog” Lopez … Continue reading

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A Bargain at Twice the Price

Did I say twice? I mean seven million times! Or best offer. Hit me! Operators are sitting by. My blog is worth $7,339.02.How much is your blog worth? H/T: Charlottesville Words

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Stuff of Life

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RIP Danny Federici

Well, damn. Farewell to perhaps the most rocking accordian player ever. Danny Federici, for 40 years the E Street Band’s organist and keyboard player, died this afternoon, April 17, 2008 at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City after … Continue reading

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I Love Tax Day

I loves me tax day. Well, okay, not really. I hate it just like everyone else, only even more so because, well, I’m me and I feel things more passionately than anyone else alive. (Just like everyone else.) I’m disorganized … Continue reading

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