According to NHPolitics.Com, tomorrow at 1PM Joe Lieberman gives a "Major Speech on His Vision for the Country" at Arms Park in Manchester.
Ed Cone: "John Edwards blogs about sharing a plane from Phoenix to Charlotte with rivals Gephardt and Braun."
Back home in Boston from NY where I got a bunch of pics of my uncle scanned and uploaded. Here's one of my favorites, with Vava as a kid with Cousin Joe Bahr, in one of my grandfather's schmata factories, taken in the early-mid 50s. It's a total classic. Cousin Joey was the favorite of the kids. He always had a present and a tickle. For some reason the adults thought he was sad, but I don't remember why. He was one of the fun adults.
Jim Moore on the Clark and Dean campaigns.
Tim Jarrett defines weblog.
Steve Kirks interviewed Adam Curry at BloggerCon.
NY Times: "As musical recordings have increasingly shed their physical form, the record industry and its customers have been at odds over what it all should cost."
Lena comes rushing home screaming and yelling. "What are you so excited about?" asks Ole. "Oh Ole, I won the lottery, I'm so excited, I made a lot of money, hurry and pack your bags!" Ole asks "Should I pack clothes for warm or chilly weather?" Lena answers: "Oh pack all your clothes Ole, you're history around here!"
Betsy Devine's mom would look in the mirror and ask "Who is that old woman?"
It's easy to convince people that someone else is doing something nasty if you don't mind them thinking that about you. Here's the algorithm. Start abusing them. Call them nasty names. Draw pictures of obscene life forms and place them in the middle of your spewage. Everyone who reads this will think there was a fight between the two people, because our mothers taught us that it takes two to fight, therefore both people are equally bad, so just stop already. But the other person can't stop because he or she wasn't doing anything in the first place. Cute, eh?
Today's another travel day, back to Boston. Either tomorrow or Tuesday Chris and I will go to Burlington to see first-hand what the Dean operation is like. The quesion is, how deep does the Internet go into the Dean camp. Is it just a few people, or is the campaign electronic, or is it something between. It's Chris's show, I think they've sold it to NPR or PRI, not sure, I'm going along for the ride, maybe I'll write something, maybe I'll just take pictures. Watched the Red Sox lose to the Yankees last night, not happy about that. You shouldn't let them get a lead. Oh well. I'm with Philip, I go to Red Sox games even more infrequently than he (I've been to Fenway once, a few years back, with Sally Atkins). Even though I hate the Yankees, and therefore automatically root for whoever might beat them, I don't have strong feelings about the Red Sox. Mostly I think of them as a team that the Mets beat in the World Series. When I think of the Red Sox I think of Bill Buckner, as do most Red Sox fans, I imagine.
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