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Monthly Archives: September 2005

number eight

08-Sep-05

i’m happy, i think. i spent time during the last few days redoing the code for my site, to get rid of the frame-based navigation that was cutting edge in 1998, but now not so much. i especially thought that search engines would be able to find my site better, because with the new system […]

well-expressed outrage

07-Sep-05

i know i’m getting clip-happy. but there are finally things to watch in the media that have actual impact and forethought and usefulness. keith olbermann makes sense. another must-see. he perfectly sums up exactly what is wrong on the gulf coast of america in the aftermath of katrina. my favorite quote? [the government] has just […]

working well for them

06-Sep-05

from an ap wire story at yahoo.com. capital letters removed. barbara bush, who accompanied the former presidents on a tour of the astrodome complex monday, said the relocation to houston is “working very well” for some of the poor people forced out of new orleans. “what i’m hearing, which is sort of scary, is they […]

please watch this clip

03-Sep-05

i’m no fan of fox news, but this clip has to be seen to be believed. it’s at the site crooksandliars.com, and it shows shepard smith and geraldo rivera getting in the face of a spin-obsessed sean hannity. it takes some time to download (i think a lot of people must be watching it) but […]

how is this happening?

02-Sep-05

warning: this is going to be an irrational freeform rant. is it in the genetic makeup of the bush family to have an inability to respond to a natural disaster? you’d think that, after his great leadership in the days immediately after 9/11, he’d have a clue. but the federal government response, and bush’s personal […]