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Saturday, April 16, 2005

The Seattle Times: Nation & World: U.S. eliminates annual terrorism report

You know, every time I think I've seen it all, I'm surprised yet again.

Guess what? 2004 was the WORST year EVER for international terrorist attacks! Thanks to the one and only idiot in the white house. What is their solution? Team up with other countries to come up with a plan? Stand up and be counted for? NO! The answer is not to publish any more reports which may potentially expose your corrupt and inept administration. Please....please..read on for more... click!

Friday, April 15, 2005

Gina writes again!


So Gina is this crazy longtime friend of mine who I met online AGES ago. It seems like ages anyway.

To be clear, I mean the time is crazy, not the girl.


So anyway, and I am hoping she reads this, I used to chat with her once in a blue moon. She was great!

I like to think that through the course of my life I have met just the right person at just the right time, thereby proving that life is no accident, although it is still a bit of a cosmic joke on all of us. She is on my extraordinarily short list of people who fall into that category.

In the hopes that she IS actually reading this, a quick THANK YOU G must be said. She rocks. Check out her blog, but bring a drink. The girl can type.

I actually have some copies of some pieces she was writing but have never received permission to share them, so they sit in a folder for my eyes only.

Sorry. The ADD seems to be kicking in.

Anyway, She's one of those cool people who I have gotten to know online (as much as you can, I suppose) and haven't heard from in a long time. Such is the side effect of technology, I suppose. You meet people in this cyber realm and move on as life grabs you and pulls you kicking and screaming into your next adventure. Friends come and go, but I like to remind people that when I'm your friend, I'm your friend for life. Deal with it.

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Well, it's been forever and a day since I've done any regular posting, so I guess this is as good a start as any.

Today's review--- bunky--born to be a motorcycle.

This is a pretty good disc overall. I am just old enough that I almost called this an album! It is reminiscent of many 80's alt rock groups such as the creatures. If you throw out the two VERY slow tracks, it's great overall, but they kind of throw a monkey wrench into things. Otherwise, I would highly recommend it, particularly track 8 "Glass of Water" for those of you who would like a taste.