Friday, July 07, 2006


Too much catching up to do so here is a quick listing of some things worth checking out:

Mark Morford expresses the views of lots of us about the continuing current administration: George W. Bush Is Dead To Me
Nation cringes as the worst president ever continues long, painful slog to the end
. Harsh enough for you?
Some days the pain is so searing and hot you want to cut off your own head with a nail file. Other days it is numb and pain-free and seemingly OK, to the point where you think it might finally be all gone and you allow yourself a hint of a whisper of a positive feeling, right up until you look in the mirror, and scream.

George W. Bush is just like that.

In Vanity Fair, Judy Bachrach tells the tale of "Duke" Cunningham and the congressional culture of corruption: Washington Babylon. Among the stories here, the expensive dinners Katherine Harris enjoyed.

Stephen Hawking decides to go to the people to get an ageold question answered, so poses to 'Yahoo Answers': How can the human race survive the next hundred years? Good question, but the answers are pretty pathetic: 'eat, fuck and trust in Jesus' among them.

My Way, where you can get simple news stories without the glitch and ads, is now offering free Email. No ads, no problems.

The Washington Post has a delightful story about the years in the late '50-early '60s when Thomas Wolfe was a writer there. James Rosen read about 150 old clippings filed in the Thomas Wolfe Byline file. Great quotes.


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