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Archive for April, 2005

Apr 23rd 2005

Demotivation

A great collection of parodies playing off of the omnipresent motivation posters…

Apr 20th 2005

WWII Is a Quagmire

Being in Iraq for two years is a quagmire?
Ha! We’ve never left Europe since WWII.

Apr 20th 2005

habemus

a poll.

Apr 18th 2005

Protesting Ann Coulter?

“Protestors” outside the GOP convention.
Heh.

Apr 17th 2005

AOL Monitor Seduces Teen

Yet another reason that parents should be watching what their kids do online.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – An Internet chat room monitor hired to keep children safe from…predators seduced a California girl online and was about to meet her…when he was found out by a co-worker, a lawsuit charges.

Apr 17th 2005

napoleon dynamite quotes not enough for idaho legislature

idaho lawmakers have “legalized” the movie napoleon dynamite:

LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF IDAHO
Fifty-eighth Legislature
First Regular Session – 2005
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
[…]

Apr 16th 2005

Student Loan Consolidation

A guy from one of my PoliSci classes runs an interesting site on student loan consolidation. It explains all the ins-and-outs of consolidating your student loans. For example:
Q. So, yeah, why would I want to do that?
A. Good question, glad you asked. There are several reasons why you might want to enter the […]

Apr 12th 2005

Nestor Kirchner

The future is now. Big brother has truly arrived in Argentina.
Argentina’s leftist president, Nestor Kirchner, has pushed through an unbelievable anti-privacy law which takes effect this July. My good Argentine friends will begin having their every move online monitored. Email, web sites visited, even instant messages, are going to be archived for […]

Apr 12th 2005

1 Call Missed

A bit old, but still one of the most amazing photos I’ve ever seen.
Thank heaven for poor cell service in Baghdad…

Apr 12th 2005

Cool NY Times Tool

For those who still read the New York Times there is a nifty site, The Annotated New York Times, that lets you see what kind of discussion the various articles (especially the op-eds) are generating in the blogosphere.
My favorite article on their front page right now?