Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

Here’s the hard drives being installed: They tell me this hard drive with it’s 897 Petabytes, should handle my postings for the next few weeks at least. The trouble is, it needs a 5000hp GE diesel engine from a locomotive to get the thing up to speed. And, they tell me there are some problems […]

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

Sad news from the AP wire PETALUMA, Calif. – Spencer Dryden, the drummer for legendary rock band the Jefferson Airplane, has died of cancer. He was 66. Dryden, who died at his home Tuesday, retired from performing 10 years ago, although he hadn’t been working much before that. “I’m gone,” he told the San Francisco […]

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

Boortz makes an interesting comment today: ” hosted Newt Gingrich on my show yesterday to talk about his new book “Winning the Future.”  Now I can’t remember if we had this conversation during a commercial break, or during the actual show, but Newt came up with an interesting idea regarding space exploration.  I know I’m […]

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

Will someone please explain to me why in the world I am in the least interested inPrince Harry and his choice of costume at a costume ball? One of the basics of humor is doing the unexpected like.”Take my wife…. please”. So you can understand why, I suppose he’d have fallen to such a choice. […]

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

IN what is sure to be a negative point for the Republican presidential candidate in 2008, Outside The Beltway reports Bob Shrum has decided to retire from political consulting.

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

I must admit we’ve not seen much snow this year, but I found this worth the look…Yippee-Ki-Yay! has an interesting take on those government snowplows. Its a moving GIF… so go in with animation turned on.

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

If I think someone’s dead wrong, I say so, and usually loudly. When I think someone’s right, they usually get a loud reaction to that, as well. Example: I took a healthy swipe at Michelle Malkin yesterday over Amrtsong Williams. Today, I’m in her corner on her coments about bias within the press on Iraq… […]

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

Roger L. Simon notes, regarding the Rathergate report: “The lie that concerns me is the one that might actually have some public effect–that there was no proof that the National Guard documents were forgeries. It’s amazing Thornburgh and Boccardi could assert this with a straight face, considering their own expert–the only one they cite in […]

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

Ted Kennedy is telling is that the solution to the Democrat’s problems is for them to veer left. Well, you just keep thinking that way Ted. It’s been working so very well for you the last 30 years, or so. Says Kennedy in his speech yesterday… I categorically reject the deceptive and dangerous claim that […]

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Eric Florack on January 13th, 2005

Did you see this with Clint Eastwood and Rotundo Moore?Lloyd Grove’s column in the Daily News did. Personally, I don’t think he was kidding, Chubby… I’d steer clear of the man, myself.

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