Eric Florack on January 17th, 2005

Sharp as a Marble without knowing it, expands the saga of the monster burger at Hardee’s that’s been so much the rage. Apparently, there’s a bigger burger out there. How much bigger? Where? The burger is 6 lbs. The toppings make up another 5 lbs. I’ll pause and let you digest this before continuing. Ready? […]

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Eric Florack on January 17th, 2005

The hunt is on, says Time, for a Rather replacement. Couric and Koppel are mentioned. The object here is to try and regain some degree of integrity for CBS, supposedly, and who can best accomplish this. Couric? No. And I don’t give a rat’s rumbleseat HOW ‘perky’ she is. Koppel? well, maybe. But I wonder […]

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Eric Florack on January 17th, 2005

Today is Martin Luther King day. A suitable day to look at the state of the dream, and measuring where we are, and how far we’ve come, by looking back at where we were in recent history.  I make an attempt to do this in today’s Bit’s Bit.

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Eric Florack on January 17th, 2005

A couple years ago, during the summer, I remarked about a USSC ruling I found troubling in it’s racial inequality, under the guise of equality: 0626031934- Rochester NY—- In 1964, we here in the US passed a far-reaching civil rights act, which reaffirmed that all men are created equal, and are to be treated as […]

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