Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

So, lemme see if I’ve got all this down. We have a paper. It’s called the Boston Globe. The paper is owned by the New York Times. The Times is known for being rabidly leftist. The Boston Globe has a guy working for it as a journalist. The guy’s name is Mike Kranish. Kranish is […]

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Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

A hello, and a thank you to Kevin McCullough atWMCA 570 & 970 DJ in NY for his notes about this blog. I wondered where those hits were coming from… Hey, Kevin… I do have about a decade and a half of radio behind me… if you need a vocal blogger…… You know where the […]

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Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

The Buck Stops Here has an interesting write up on Judge Chales Pickering. For all of the objections the left had about this fine man, perhaps they should actually read his ruling of today. Buck has a link to the PDF of the ruling. read up. Of course it goes without saying that you’ll never […]

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Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

AP says: “Funk singer Rick James, best known for the 1981 hit “Super Freak,” died Friday, apparently of natural causes, police said. James, 56, died at 9:45 a.m. at a residence near Universal City, said Officer Esther Reyes, a Police Department spokeswoman. “He died apparently of natural causes. We learned of his death after responding […]

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Eariler today, a story started making the rounds about how one of the Swiftees, one George Elliott was recanting his statements about John Kerry. That turns out not to be true. Before I could even react to the first story, here comes the second one: Says HUMAN EVENTS: “Captain George Elliott describes an article appearing […]

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Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

Nice to see Dan’s blog is doing well. I’ll open a beer in his honor tonight. And pour it over his friggin’ head if he doesn’t get off the fence soon about Kerry. (grin)

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Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

MS has held up the release of XP SP2 again. The last two times I saw this kind of holdup with NT SP6 (which because SP6a) and DOSv4, (which because the even worse DOS 4.1) VNUnet has more Thanks, no… I’ll stick to Linux and MS 2000 for the time being.

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Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

Though I expect this will come up again, say, duirng the RNC, for example, the last word on this subject for the time being, fittingly goes to Ann Coulter “The people who should be on their knees thanking God that W is president are the National Archives employees who caught Sandy Burglar. If Clinton were […]

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Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

Has it ocurred to anyone else that the legal bills of Sibel Edmonds must be very large indeed? Why is it I cannot find anywhere any indication of where her legal funding is coming from? I suspect many questions would be answered, were that funding source revealed.

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Eric Florack on August 6th, 2004

I’ve been busy with the truck last night so didn’t have much chance to follow up on this story. I will do so today. But while working, last night, I did have the chance to spend some thought on the subject of the Swiftee ad and Kerry’s response to it, along with some of the […]

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