Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

After fooling with the templates for a few days, I think I’ve got it close enough to put the new look for BitsBlog online. The result is what you see. It’s a little cleaner and a lot faster in loading. It’s not done yet, of course… there’s the trackback stuff to deal with… it’s not […]

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

You will doubtless remember John Kerry’s passionate retelling of his saving the life of Licorice the hamster. Well, it’s appears that it’s all another Kerry Lie. Licorice called a press conference today, and … Well.. Poisoning pigeons has the details. OK, Its a JOKE, gang… God knows Kerry sets up a target rich environment… And […]

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

Chris Lawrence over at Signifying Nothing weighs in on the issue of allowing OSCE monitors for the election. Like Chris, I’m not overly worried. Yes, I understand very well indeed that OSCE represents a group of people… Europe… who would love to get a leftist in power here in the States. Yet, I look at […]

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

Rochester’s Democrat & Chronicle, otherwise known to the local populace here in my home town as the Chronic Democrat, is running a story you’ll find of interest. “(August 7, 2004) — It was bad enough, Asif Iqbal said, when he only had to deal with airline hassles. But now, Iqbal — who shares a name […]

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

Drudge reports today: “Democrat presidential hopeful John Kerry and his wife got into a heated argument after a campaign rally in Arizona Sunday night — a heated argument so hot they spent the night in different rooms! A well-placed law enforcement source tells DRUDGE how Kerry and Teresa Heinz moved to separate suites at Flagstaff’s […]

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

(Reuters) reports from Najaf: “U.S. marines said on Wednesday they were preparing a final assault on Iraqi Shi’ite militia in the holy city of Najaf, after a radical cleric ordered his men to keep fighting even if he was killed. “ His death seems likely by the end of today. Hat tip to Captain Ed

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

I’m slowly getting to the updating of the files over at BitsBits. Someone on the SwiftVets site posted a few of my old Roadrunner links last night and the hit counters are going nuts, so I’ve gotta mae sure when I make changes I’ve got it right. I’m becoming very aware indeed of how much […]

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

Speaking of Boortz, looks like he’s started to figure out what I told you this last February 17th… that the Tides Foundation was a shakey org at best. I even ran a BitsBits on that subject. Boortz says this morning in part, that; “Tereeeeeza’s foundation, The Heinz Endowments, have given $8.1 million over the last […]

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

I’d planned to write something along these lines, butBoortz said it better “PREPARE FOR AN ALL-OUT PERSONAL ASSAULT We are just days away now from the release of ‘Unfit For Command, Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry.’  Democrats are ready.  They’ve been spending the past week pouring over the Internet and other sources […]

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Eric Florack on August 11th, 2004

I tried to add the Blgroll for Bush last night. Looked initially like it was working OK, and I guess it was. But for a page already a little topheavy on scripting, it pushed the load times way too high, even fr my high speed connections. I can’t imagine what the modem folks were dealing […]

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