I imagine that most people at MSN are pretty happy with the headline of this NY Times story. Who the hell cares about MSN. Heh. Sneaky. Somehow they got the Times to care.
I imagine that most people are pretty happy with the result of tonight's World Series game.
Wow, Adam gets something very interesting started. "If the MTV brass didn't hate me by then (I'd been on air for 3 years already) then they certainly saw I could be the largest pain in the ass."
I'm trying to figure out, just using the Web, what time today's World Series game begins and what channel it's broadcast on on DirecTv. As with most Web searches, I came across something interesting along the way, a rebroadcast of the final game of the 1986 World Series, NY vs Boston. Still looking for today's broadcast. OK, it starts at 4:30PM. There it is, it's on Fox. Nice.
NY Post: "The Yankees melted in the desert last night in Game 1 of the World Series. They were putrid on the mound, rotten in the field and impotent at the plate." Cool!
Last year on this day: "If only every faceoff and misunderstanding in families, business, life in general, could be resolved by having a parade where everyone is included, honored and celebrated."
Adam's blogrolling macro is very nice. "Knowing which weblogs on a Blog Rolling list have changed, simplifies keeping track of the flow of these conversations. This is done by hi-lighting any recently updated link in bold."
Essay: Power in the Muslim World.
Salon: "I would have loved to have voted for it," says the two-term liberal Democrat. "But my view of my job is to do what I think is right, not to be cowed by the name of the bill."
It's good to see that American bluster is still alive and well.
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