Real estate news for the week ending April 09, 2004 - a day early.
The administration quickly changed its mind (probably the only time in history) and decided to defuse the potential electorate time-bomb, allowing Rice to audition for "American Idol from Hell" before a special Committee made up of sedated Republican Paula Abduls and pissed-off Democratic Simons.
Perhaps when the last dime of the unpaid corporate taxes are paid, Americans could resume paying their personal taxes. That would be a way to insure the return of American troops.
The full transcript of Dr. Rice's testimony to the 9/11 Commission is here.
Bush -- who missed out on the Vietnam war because he was busy protecting the border of Texas and Alabama (?) from Communist invasions, wouldn't know it from direct experience -- but his war in Iraq is starting to have a few similarities to Vietnam.
Why not bitch about the little things that irk us for a change?
"There were some frightening things."
-- Condoleezza Rice
Yet one can't help but wonder why Stern's successful radio show that has been on the air for nearly 20 years is now the subject of such scrutiny about decency.
We do what American CEOs do when their companies start sliding toward an economic implosion: We simply resign. Leave it for somebody else to clean up. Let 'em dangle... or eat cake. Isn't that sort of the entire political and philosophical attitude of the Bush Administration anyway?
You can't make an omelet without breaking some eggs. Being offended is part of learning.
This dirtbag cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has to go. There's no two ways about it.
The review of the new album by Isaac Brock and Company...
Rock cliché ventriloquism.
Look, your music sucks, no matter what kind of sex acts you're willing to perform to convince us otherwise.
A review of the original movie by George Romero
A TV drama about the lifestyles and dilemmas of two plastic surgeons in Miami.