Eric Florack on July 1st, 2004

My Trusty Palm Pilot, on which I pre-write a goodly portion of this site, just woke up to remind me this is Canada Day.

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Eric Florack on July 1st, 2004

Spiderman 2 opened with, in terms of screens and dollars, about a four to one ratio over Rotundo Moore’s trash. Apparently, the American people figure Spiderman 2 the more believable fantasy.

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Eric Florack on July 1st, 2004

Yep. I’ve been aware for some time now that the folks over at Paramount had a rather fully developed language for the Klingons, but I’ve never seen it used outside that environment. All that changed this morning when I noted a Blog called ” bo logh” It’s available as an ATOM link, too, of course. […]

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Eric Florack on July 1st, 2004

It’s a part of the Green Party and the site and the group are both products of the Green Party Convention. apparently they’re finally admitting their real motives… They are Luddites of the first order. Sounds weird, to me, but then again, consider the source. Billy Beck thinks so, too. Follow the links he put […]

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Eric Florack on July 1st, 2004

“We resent very deeply the false war crimes charges he made coming back from Vietnam in 1971 and repeated in the book “Tour of Duty.” We think those cast an aspersion on all those living and dead, from our unit and other units in Vietnam. We think that he knew he was lying when he […]

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The Instant One has come up witha beaut, and is herewith saluted: NORM GERAS notes that another anti-war pundit has admitted she hoped for failure in Iraq, regardless of the cost to Iraqis.  Glenn goes on to note that: Fortunately, Iraqis — even Iraqis interviewed by the BBC — seem to think it has all […]

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Eric Florack on July 1st, 2004

FOXNews has the story we’ve been waiting for. “BAGHDAD, Iraq – Saddam Hussein (search), as defiant as ever, appeared in an Iraqi court Thursday but rejected war crimes and genocide charges against him. ‘I am Saddam Hussein, the president of Iraq,’ Saddam said, according to a pool report from inside the proceeding. ” … “He’s […]

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