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Thursday, January 29, 2004


Even better than a plastic Thanksgiving turkey served up at 6am:

a cooked goose!

Please read the full, brief article, paying special note to my fave part:

"...I have this recurrent fantasy that all these people, from Tim Russert to Matt Drudge to Sean O'Hannity-reilly-coulter to even "respected" journalists like Dan Rather and Bob Schieffer are machines whose brains have been replaced with harmless mush wired directly to Karl Rove's red phone. Every time he rings them up, their brains scream: INCOMING! Their lips begin to move, and the words that come out of their mouths are market-tested White House fabrications."


Monday, January 26, 2004

Now That's Entertainment!

This is even better than comedy:
Dennis Miller and his new bosses at CNBC are talking out of both sides of their mouths...and their asses, too.

Never mind journalistic ethics; what about personal ethics, what about integrity? 'Don't seem to mean jack to some people when money and ratings prospects are waved in their faces.


Sunday, January 25, 2004


The imbecile Peter Jennings says Michael Moore is controversial and reckless. The facts seem to say otherwise.

See Moore's response and what they have to say about the subject in this well-documented piece from Misleader. You might also wanna subscribe to The Daily Mislead; details on the upper left-hand side of the page.


More On SOTU

Just a little more about the State of the Union address.

I worked at a community college from July '98 to February '02. There were crazy moments, but, all-in-all, it was a wonderful experience. Magic happens, lives change for the better at North America's community colleges. Funding is a problem, though. Especially in states where the most ignorant, selfish among us won't support ponying-up the tax money necessary to do the magic. "I ain't got no kids in college, why do I have to pay?" Could it be because we're all in this together...and we wanna make the world better?

Anyway, Too Stupid to be President Tuesday nite boldly proposed oodles of support for community colleges. 'Sounded fishy to me. 'Turns out, it is.

And, stepping way back, we find that the entire speech was just full of lies.