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Ponzi calls this The RSS Couch.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

NY Times: "Netflix is making available to the public 100 million of its customers' movie ratings, a database the company says is the largest of its kind ever released." Permanent link to this item in the archive.

John Bracken: "The time I've spent with the NY Times has probably trebeled since I began using NYTimesRiver on my Blackberry." Permanent link to this item in the archive.

New header graphic. Kitchen table with MacBook. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Here's another sweet YouTube video. Republicans will say we're weak for liking this. I feel sorry for them because they have so much pain. It can feel so good to let it go.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

A picture named joanne.jpgRepublicans have made "liberal" a bad word, but they're too dishonest to be open about it. Me, I'm openly trying to make Republican a bad word. Anyone with a heart and a mind who admits to being one had better explain the President and the Congress. You're responsible for this mess. In November you have a chance to be part of the recovery of this country. If you feel at all sorry for all the death you caused you need to what you can to fix it. Let's start with a new Congress. Then we'll hold the impeachment trial. People say Cheney would be worse. No he wouldn't, not after we send Bush back to Texas. Assuming they'll take him.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Yes we're angry. Sometimes anger is correct. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

A picture named lostCause.jpgAfter writing my political piece on Friday, I've been getting a bunch of really stupid mail from Republicans saying that I just hate Republicans and if it were Clinton, I'd be gushing all over him. They're really stupid, because if they just did a little checking they'd find that I was a harsh critic of Clinton and rallied for his impeachment and removal from office. I see politicians as vendors and voters as customers. Once you get caught lying that's it, I'm not buying anymore. If Bush were honorable, if he weren't a force that put a lid on discourse by labeling people (e.g. cut and run), if he weren't lying all the time, I'd say fine, stay in office, even if you fucked up big time (which he did). But Bush is the problem, so it's time for him to go. As they say when Clinton lied no one died. Bush set in motion a process that's killing thousands of people and costing us billions of dollars and throwing away what's good about our country. The man is the biggest failure we've elected in my lifetime, and that includes a few other first-class losers.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

BTW, I do hate Republicans, and if Clinton could run again, I'd vote for him.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.


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