Eric Florack on June 1st, 2005

Boing Boing has an example of what happens when you tack too much artwork onto your magazine cover. Just go and see.

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Eric Florack on June 1st, 2005

Slashdot, which really should be on your daily read list, is reporting that we’re perhaps two years away from the next StarTrek movie. THey’re aiming at a whole new cast, of course. We’ll see.

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Eric Florack on June 1st, 2005

AP is moving a story today about a couple celebrating their 80th wedding anniversary. These two have been married longer than most people have been alive, for pity’s sake. In a world where people make wedding vows that don’t last 80 minutes, 80 years, is to be viewed as an accomplishment. And, celebrated. Not that […]

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Eric Florack on June 1st, 2005

Today is the day. Frankly, it’s a day I never thought about getting to, much less planned for. When I started this blog, it was as an experiment… an add-on to a weekly-updated website I’d been running for two years, which in turn was an outgrowth of the weekly column I ran on many BBS’s […]

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Eric Florack on June 1st, 2005

David Limbaugh makes what to some will be an astonishing statement: Famed Clinton pollster Stanley Greenberg is, I think, correct, but for the wrong reasons when he says that Democrats have lost major elections in recent years because they have not “run with conviction.” It’s true that they haven’t run with conviction, but it’s not […]

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Eric Florack on June 1st, 2005

Boortz suggests one of the reasons the French decidd against the EU was because it wasn’t socialist enough. one of the reasons the amazing French rejected the European Union Constitution was their fear of capitalism.  They were afraid of a free market economy.  They were frightened that the new EU Constitution might result in the […]

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