Monthly Archives: January 2004

Poetry Corner

Poetry Corner When I was a boy I thought there were People in the TV, Acting out the parts. The flying monkeys of Oz Scared me terribly, And I wondered how they Ever got in there. The ad for angel … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance Today

Wrong Again, Kids. Another woefully, painfully bad decision from the Supreme Court. Read the opinion here and just bask in the glow of the Court’s indifference to the importance of the 4th amendment. The Illinois Supreme Court, in its decision … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts

Media Notes: During Sunday’s NFL Playoffs coverage on Fox, did we really need a slow motion replay of Brett Favre putting on his helmet? With the telestrator for emphasis? Guys, please, it’s too much; bring it down a bit, huh? … Continue reading

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The Trials Of Modern Suburban Life

The Trials and Challenges Of Modern Suburban Life I would have made a lousy pioneer. I had to walk to work today because my clutch isn’t working on the ol’ truck. It’s all of a .9-mile walk. That’s point nine, … Continue reading

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Friday Five

Courtesty of Heather What one thing are you most looking forward to . . . 1. …today? Eating something. 2. …over the next week? Getting my evaluation over with at work. 3. …this year? Finding a new job. 4. …over … Continue reading

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Top Five Anti-Resolutions, ’04 Style

Anti-Resolutions, ’04 Style It just seems easier to resolve not to do things in the coming year. I can’t remember the last time I actually carried out a New Year’s Resolution, so without further eloquence, I give you the much … Continue reading

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