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February 05, 2005

No blogging next week

I realize that I haven't exactly been updating this blog on a regular basis, but I still wanted to let you know not to expect anything next week. Business is taking me to the United Kingdom. See y'all when I get back.

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GOOD RIDDANCE ;)

Posted by: ShadowHawk | Feb 6, 2005 12:36:05 AM

I caught this on Democratic Underground after tonight's Superbowl and I thought you'd appreciate it:

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Ever wonder why it happened to be the "Eagles" and the "Patriots" in this years superbowl .... just need a couple of "bad" calls in the playoff's and a couple of "missed" passes or "missed" blocks or "missed" tackles by well compensated players and refs and voila you got the Eagles and the Patriots how convenient ... 'll bet it will be even more conveniemt when the 'Patriots' win. BTW ... football just conditions our youth to be soldier thugs. i mean the whole game is based on someone trying to take someone elses territory by force ... sickening.

(http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=104x3066007)
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Enjoy your trip abroad!

Posted by: William | Feb 6, 2005 8:19:16 PM

Yes, I saw that post (and the thread of which it is a part). I only wish I could confidently state that the poster was either a troll or a brilliant satirist.

Posted by: Voice of Reason | Feb 7, 2005 2:46:24 AM

Have a good trip!

Posted by: warn3rboy | Feb 7, 2005 3:09:36 PM

I thought you might be interested in this:

http://tinyurl.com/3q88g

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"More than a month after CBS chairman Leslie Moonves, requested three journalists from the network to resign, they have not yet done so.

The journalists were involved with a report on President Bush's National Guard service that contained flaws."
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More at the URL, including snippets and quotes from a NY Times article.

Posted by: William | Feb 16, 2005 5:07:36 PM

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