Eric Florack on March 29th, 2004

IN a comment posted at Mudville Gazette It’s clear, to me at least, what’s happening, here. Kerry’s Democrats cannot fault Mr. Bush on what he did in response to 9/11 any longer… though they did most certainly make the attempt. So what they’re trying to do now is to claim he didn’t do enough BEFORE […]

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Eric Florack on March 29th, 2004

A sad note from BBC NEWS… which given the source I’ve double-checked. I no longer trust the BBC: “Double Oscar-winner actor Sir Peter Ustinov, one of Britain’s most respected actors, has died aged 82. “

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Eric Florack on March 29th, 2004

Some of you will recall I wrote a bit on this topic some weeks ago. Of course, I got the usual idiots calling me ‘Chicken Little’, and saying the UN wants nothing of the kind. Well, Boortz seems to have picked up some info of use. Note how closely this cut from his site follows […]

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Eric Florack on March 28th, 2004

The DRUDGE REPORT is running a snippet from “MEET THE DEPRESSED”: “CLARKE SAYS VOTED FOR GORE: [MEET THE PRESS] RUSSERT: Did you vote for George Bush in 2000? CLARKE: No, I did not. RUSSERT: You voted for Al Gore? CLARKE: Yes, I did. ” So much for the “Clarke is a Republican” nonsense. Update: It […]

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Eric Florack on March 28th, 2004

The New York Post is reporting in today’s editions that “March 28, 2004 — A group of New York families of 9/11 victims came out swinging against Richard Clarke yesterday, accusing the former White House anti-terror chief of cashing in on the tragedy with his explosive book. In a scathing open letter, the furious families […]

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Eric Florack on March 28th, 2004

You’ll notice I’ve added the “Theat Advisory” graphic again to this blog. I’ll add it to the rest of the suite when I post the new Bit tommrow, as well. Reason: Updating it wa such a pain in the drain… and I felt that without it being updated by the government issuing said warnings, it […]

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2004

FOXNews is reporting some sad news: “LOS ANGELES Jan Berry, a member of the duo Jan & Dean (search) that had the 1960s surf-music hits ‘Deadman’s Curve’ and ‘Little Old Lady from Pasadena,’ has died. He was 62.”

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