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drat fink

Friday, January 19, 2001

futures mart

feed takes a humorous look at the web circa 2004.


changelinks

tying up some loose ends. clinton cops a plea. linda tripped at the finish line.


reliable sources

howie howls at the winds of change


i numerator

what does your phone # spell?


bartholemoo

good cop, bart cop


la vida caca

bush boogies with mr menudo


one problem i dont have

"life is full of little hassles. having genital herpes is one of mine."


Thursday, January 18, 2001

xmen

It's a Whole New Ballgame : Will football ever be the same? Or TV sports? Maybe not after February 3, when the XFL makes its debut.


petit dejeuner

jessie and bill fried up in today breakfast scramble.


ground control

BBC News | SCI/TECH | Still no sense in alien signal


you look like the pissboy

" EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Minnesota defensive tackle John Randle was fined $7,500 by the NFL for a public act of obscenity during the Vikings' NFC playoff game against the New Orleans Saints on Jan. 7. After sacking Saints quarterback Aaron Brooks for a 6-yard loss, Randle celebrated by acting as if he were urinating on the field. The league confirmed the fine, which was imposed last week. Randle's sack prevented the Saints from scoring just before halftime. The Vikings led 17-3 at halftime and went on to a 34-16 victory. "


ripe nest

moldea p.i. and his bushology charts.


bush doggin

long joe conason article on shrub -- the son king.


under my tongue

i wonder where i picked up the bug? must have been that damn subway or maybe it was the guy that found my wallet. something fishy about that guy. i swear there was a check in the wallet before it was lost but i cant be sure.........


lovechild

jesse jackson fathers child out of wedlock right smack dab in the middle of the clinton impeachment imbroglio. no wonder he was so sympathetic.


supersized

"The N.F.L.'s main concern is the sex-related entertainment clubs. In this area, the league will be getting cooperation from the Tampa authorities. In preparation for the Super Bowl, the police are strictly enforcing a city law that forbids anyone from getting within six feet of a nude dancer. A series of recent police actions has led to many arrests of dancers and patrons, including two National Hockey League players last weekend."


rockefeller skank

"Pledging to soften New York's harsh Rockefeller-era drug laws, Gov. George E. Pataki today proposed shorter prison terms for many nonviolent drug offenses, replacing mandatory imprisonment with treatment in some cases, and giving judges greater discretion in sentencing."


speed limit

scientists make bid to control speed of light.


Wednesday, January 17, 2001

rewired beings

Wired 9.02: (You)2


new squeeze spam

Infamous Spammer Spammed


random search of the day

jitterbug fantasia


history buffs

us history is not common-place.


for me to poop on

Conan OBrien -- What I'll Miss About Bill Clinton


clinonalia

frontline does some decent work on the clinton years. i wish the news would expose the unflattering angles without sensationalism. it just shows how they are all playing the power games and most of us are backround noise.


make a right then a left

"ACCORDING TO POPULAR MYTH it was Winston Churchill who said, "any man under thirty who is not a liberal has no heart, and any man over thirty who is not a conservative has no brains." He didn't say it, but his imprimatur turned a clever quip of uncertain provenance into an axiom of political biography: Radicalism is a privilege of youth, conservatism a responsibility of age, and every thinking person eventually surrenders the first for the second. From Max Eastman to Eugene Genovese, Whittaker Chambers to Ronald Radosh, intellectuals migrate from left to right almost as if obeying a law of nature."


pittsburgher

"Guess Brad Pitt won't be making any contributions to the William Jefferson Clinton presidential library. "I think Clinton's a phony," the actor declares in the new issue of Details. Looking back on Lewinsky-gate, Pitt says: "Don't you wish he'd just said, 'This is not your business. We're handling it in the privacy of our home.'" The heartthrob contends that, not unlike a lot of women, Clinton was beguiled by Robert Redford, currently co-starring with Pitt in "Spy Game." Brad Pitt "Bill Clinton patterned himself after Redford," theorizes Pitt. "He idolized him. It's so blatant. Watch any Redford movie with a cause, and then watch Clinton," the "Fight Club" star says, mimicking the outgoing President's way of stroking his jaw line. Pitt adds, "Clinton had this quest to be liked. It's the same with movie stars." Wile he may dislike the outgoing President, Pitt did attend a Hillary Rodham Clinton fund-raiser amid last summer's Democratic National Convention."


i feel the earth move

NEWARK, NJ, Jan. 17 (UPI) - A mild earthquake greeted New Yorkers with this morning's coffee when a temblor that reached 2.5 on the open-ended Richter scale shook Newark and nearby areas. The quake, called mild by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, hit at 7:34, prompting calls to USGS and New York area fire and police dispatchers. No damage or injuries have been reported.


for the children

in between stumping for americas children, colin powell found time to earn $27 million in speaking fees and board memberships in the last seven years.

meanwhile, clinton expects to cash in, big time.


ash hole

who says you cant dis cabinet candidates because of ideology?


us joos

jews in america: still wary, still powerful


whats that dripping sound?

Bush: 'Our Long National Nightmare Of Peace And Prosperity Is Finally Over'


dislodged

"people who explain the last election dont go to good movies." -- sean penn explaining the mentality of men that frequent elks type lodges.


Tuesday, January 16, 2001

space invaders

"The answer may lie in a little-known plan for the United State to dominate and colonize outer space. This sounds absurd and paranoid, but it is all laid out in the mission statements of the United States Space Command. The basic document, Vision for 2020, is already five years old. (This, and the later Long Range Plan fleshing out the "vision," are publicly available on the Web, at http://www.spacecom.af.mil/usspace. Copies can be found also on the Project Ploughshares Web site, http://www.ploughshares.ca. The Space Command describes its role as "dominating the space dimension of military operations to protect U.S. interests and investment [and] integrating Space Forces into war-fighting capabilities across the full spectrum of conflict."


cold blooded children

The Deadly Legacy of God's Army, by Richard S. Ehrlich


ravers lament

crackdown on raves in the us


not an a skool

tucker carlson joins david brooks as one of the liberals favorite conservative pundits.


X-games

ESPN.com - MORESPORTS - XFL tweaks rules for added excitement


mysterious ways

"Hundreds of Christians in Indonesia have gathered around a house in the capital Jakarta to catch a glimpse of what they say is an apparition of Jesus Christ. Christians claim the stained white wall in front of a small house, which is owned by a Muslim, shows Jesus looking towards heaven with outstretched hands. However, not everyone in the crowd was convinced. Some people said they could not see anything on the wall, which is discoloured with light brown water marks. The house's Muslim owner, Ajum, said the image first appeared last night. He said: "I do not mind Christians believing it is an image of Jesus and crowding around the house but I would prefer if they did not hold midnight prayer vigils." The sightings coincide with a wave of attacks aimed at Indonesia's Christian minority. On Christmas Eve, bomb blasts which ripped through churches in nine cities killed at least 15 people and injured scores of others. Indonesia is the world's most populous Muslim nation. Christians make up less than 10% of the country's 203 million people. "


survival tactics

"TV's top comedy will go to war with last year's hottest show as Friends expands next month to battle Survivor. In a bold move, NBC plans to pad episodes of Friends by 10 minutes, expanding the show to 8:40 p.m. ET/PT, for four weeks beginning Feb. 1. And for at least two weeks, Saturday Night Live will air new sketches, performed live, from 8:40 to 9. New Survivor episodes air from 8 to 9 on CBS in February."


holden out

catcher in the rye is on the outs in some multiculti highschool english classes. crappy equivocating article on an interesting trend.


finding your niche

partygames in forbidden corners of cities is a hot trend aided by the internet.


Monday, January 15, 2001

plastic blog

inside look at new plastic.com, a new slashdot style culture blog from feed/suck.


fats wallet

(AP) -- President Saddam Hussein wants to donate 100 million euros ($94.5 million) to poor Americans -- on the condition that an Iraqi committee supervises how the money is spent in much the same way the United Nations oversees Iraq's oil earnings.


eat your serial

new republics editor martin peretz is at the breakfast table this week.


bill-o pads

Brill's Content: Bill Clinton, Press Critic


texas text

The Bush Files


the gathering

DENVER, Jan. 14 Frustrated by their low profile around the state, Colorado's four minor political parties have agreed to combine their efforts and pool some of their limited resources to raise their visibility and get more of their candidates elected.


Sunday, January 14, 2001

tv make hulk angry!!

Study: Cutting TV Reduces Aggression


going away present

was it good for you?


citizen bill

bil clinton op-ed piece in the times


greedy little devils

Seattle Entrepreneur More Than Backer of America's Cup Team