Monthly Archives: May 2004

Payback for GOP Mavericks? Splendidly slanted reporting (or more appropriately, editorializing being passed as journalism) from the Free Lance-Star: Howell, who voted against the plan, had promised not to retaliate against Republicans who supported the $1.4 billion in tax increases, … Continue reading

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‘Youngest planet’ flouts theory of formation More geekness from one who is a geek about space stuff. Namely me. An infant planet just a million years old is puzzling astrophysicists – it is simply too young to exist, according to … Continue reading

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Pope Warns Americans Are In Danger Of A “Soulless Vision of Life” It’s about time someone in the Catholic heirarchy had the courage to say what the American bishops cannot see for themselves, and no better person to say it … Continue reading

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Hey, Hey, 16k! Hey, hey, 16k, What does that get you today? You need more than that for a letter, Old school rampaks are much better. And if the song is catchy enough, download it here.

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To Saddam’s Prisioners, Abu Grahib Abuse Seems ‘a Joke’ This is what the anti-Bush peacemongers would have us tolerate as an alternative to the liberation of Iraq: “They called all the prisoners out to the courtyard for what they called … Continue reading

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Conciliating Hatred A great article in the June/July edition of First Things: A theme of conciliation and inclusion was apparent, for instance, in Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s opinions almost as soon as she took her place on the Court. In … Continue reading

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Radio Paradise Slowly I am converting the world to the ways of online listener-supported radio. No ads, no gimmicks, just good streaming online music over your MP3 player. Radio Paradise has to be the momentary favorite. And by momentary, I … Continue reading

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1st District GOP Convention Spent the majority of the day in Gloucester County at the 1st District GOP Convention. Several elections were contested, but the biggest news of the day was who lost rather than who won – and lost … Continue reading

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Neveron sucks I’m a reasonably big Battletech fan. My brother has been playing an online version of the game for years now at Neveron. So I figured that I would give it a whirl. What a mistake. There’s more options … Continue reading

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Nanny’s Obituary Ann Abla Street, 72, of Fredericksburg died Monday, May 17, 2004, at Greenfield Assisted Living. Mrs. Street was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church. She is survived by four sons, John A. Street of Churchville, James J. … Continue reading

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