More Good News From Iraq...
So there's not much reason to change the policy even if, as Don Rumsfeld might say, there are things you know you don't know and one of them is whether you really know that the things you do know are true.
For almost a year she spoke out. She spoke in lyrics, she spoke with silent tears by gravesides...
It should be noted that the Liberal Democrat party in Britain is different to the Democrats in the US.
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I've got three essential methods that get me through 8 hours of work: tunes, exercise, and food.
Ever seen a $2 bill? Ever been harassed and treated like a criminal for trying to use one?
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for April 09, 2005
Blog creation numbers are fueling the hype.
Sweet pop rock fill the grooves, or should I say digital imprint (excuse me for my reminiscing about vinyl) of We Are The Dreamers.
Paste is a fairly new US bi-monthly magazine that also covers music, concerts, film, DVDs, and books of new releases. They tend to focus on current pop and roots artists, both major artists and indie. of the past rather than the hot new artists of today. This issue has Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberest on the cover. The sampler CDs tend to have a laid-back feel to them. You will not hear nu-metal, rock, punk or hip-hop to any great degree, but singer-songwriters abound.
A small device inspires flights of rapture.
Rolling Stones: Made In The Shade; Rolling Stones: Sucking In The 70's; Stiff Little Fingers: Go For It; Brandy: Best of Brandy
Creedy: Only one thing worse than a dragon... Americans.
A sneak peek at what you'll see come September
"Confessions Of A B-Movie Actor"
Some people still believe oil drilling in a wildlife refuge won't harm wildlife. But the oil companies aren't among them.