Monthly Archives: February 2005

The Pope’s Four Word Blessing “Father, Son, Holy Ghost” Pope John Paul II’s handlers at the Vatican were quick to show a living pope yesterday, but there seems to be some question as to whether or not he’s 100%, or … Continue reading

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Yours Truly Shameless self-aggrandizement Geez. . . I look like I’m ready to be on the next episode of Law and Order! Too bad the photo is pretty grainy though. But hooray for enterprising conservative Republicans! One thing that I … Continue reading

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Max Schmeling dead at 99 An interesting obituary here: There was a time when those four words likely would have set off spasms of grand celebration in the United States and around the world, because the hatred for what Mr. … Continue reading

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Can a Suffering Pope Still Lead the Catholic Church? Pope John Paul II, 84, is living the culture of life by powerful example In a world that seems teeming on the brink of euthanasia, embryonic stem cell research, and other … Continue reading

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AudioLunchbox I just downloaded my first CD online. The whole darned thing, and the CD isn’t half bad either. Check out Audio Lunchbox online, and when you get there be sure to check out a The Devil Makes Three. Great … Continue reading

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The Pelagian Drinking Song! An oldie, but a goodie Someone (John Hathaway) reminded me of this. And for those of you who have not read the Pelagian Drinking Song, it’s hilarious (pun unintended): Pelagius lived at Kardanoel And taught a … Continue reading

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Republicans for Dean for DNC Chair! Yeeeaarrgh! It looks as if the DNC chairmanship is Howard Dean’s to lose. Of course, this doesn’t mean much for Republicans if we see a re-emergence of the “common sense moderate” Dean painted himself … Continue reading

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Afghanistan’s crisis Novak on Afghanistan and the heroin trade I can remember back at DEA when the topic of spraying the poppy fields shortly after the October invasion came up. Golden opportunity was the buzz, and we had a perfect … Continue reading

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From the desk of Mike Rothfeld … I figured this deserved a full dissemination. . . so I’ll post it online and forward it as well. Pretty convincing I’d say, and a good read for anyone remotely interested in what’s … Continue reading

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HP: We have the next transistor “Crossbar latch” the key to 1000x more powerful computers Now this is pretty spiffy. Hewlett-Packard has a new technology that could replace the transistor: ‘We are reinventing the computer at the molecular scale,’ said … Continue reading

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