Eric Florack on May 25th, 2004

-Churchville, NY — I’m catching up on some railfanning… I gather from some online friends a rare bit of power is moving through in the next hour or two. Too bad it’s raining this afternoon. The light is terrible for photo work. Ah, well. At least I’m able to spend some time with my kids. […]

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Eric Florack on May 25th, 2004

AP News reports about a family in Arkansas that is celebrating the arrival of the 15th child. Arguments about ZPG aside, 15 kids? (Shudder!) Even from a purely time-based view, the numbers are staggering.  One needs to wonder how often the lady came home from the hospital, pregnant.  “Well, hell, honey, since you’re all strapped […]

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Eric Florack on May 25th, 2004

Or so says Pete DuPont, who dispatches the myth that gas is more expensive now: “….its current inflation-adjusted price of $2 a gallon is about its median price over its 85-year existence, and with the exception of the 1980s spike, it has been steadily declining over the decades. Better still, improving technology has increased the […]

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Eric Florack on May 25th, 2004

I’ve had a few emergencies here at work and so have not had the chance to comment on the speech last night, as I would have hoped. Boortz seems to have a handle on an idea I had a few days ago when this speech was announced; The left will be not be satisfied, no […]

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Eric Florack on May 25th, 2004

Responses to the President’s speech last night are being compiled… I’ll have some comments sometime today.

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