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Sunday, Apr 16, 2006

now thats what i call a free market! i can finally afford to hire 50cent for my daughters bat mitzvah!

WASHINGTON -- American contractors swindled hundreds of millions of dollars in Iraqi funds, but so far there is no way for Iraq's government to recoup the money, according to US investigators and civil attorneys tracking fraud claims against contractors.


Friday, Apr 14, 2006

a pain in the ass is a pain in the ass

one of you gentiles want to make a distinction?

Nudge -- One who persistently pesters, annoys, or complains.

Kvetch -- To complain persistently and whiningly.


Wednesday, Apr 12, 2006

green machine

added this crap to my pristine carrot/beet/celery/ginger/garlic juice today in an effort to cut back on the number of pills im trying to choke down every day which is in the neighborhood of a dozen. not particularly tasty, and it turned my deep red juice into a shit brown muck. i had to throw it in the blender just to get it to mix properly. not particularly appetizing.


Tuesday, Apr 11, 2006

duke nukem

dont poke the billmonster.


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crash bang boom

new york review of books reviews a book! its that daily kos thing that nobodys talking about.

via sir digby


wild bore

this bit of political theatre is wildly embarrassing. poor scotty, it must be hard to make such an ass of yourself every day. beats working at blockbuster, i suppose.


Monday, Apr 10, 2006


word of the day - demiurge


jay okay

"Like a feeble magician practicing misdirection, the government is attempting to get us to look at all the wrong things. We have serious medical problems in our country but if they can keep us looking at "the wrong hand" they can get away with their tricks."



"From 2000 until October 2002, I was a Marine Corps lieutenant general and director of operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff. After 9/11, I was a witness and therefore a party to the actions that led us to the invasion of Iraq--an unnecessary war. Inside the military family, I made no secret of my view that the zealots' rationale for war made no sense. And I think I was outspoken enough to make those senior to me uncomfortable. But I now regret that I did not more openly challenge those who were determined to invade a country whose actions were peripheral to the real threat--al-Qaeda. I retired from the military four months before the invasion, in part because of my opposition to those who had used 9/11's tragedy to hijack our security policy. Until now, I have resisted speaking out in public. I've been silent long enough."