Monday, March 22, 2004

:: While Dick Clark (Richard Clarke) Rocks The Truth Around The Clock, it's interesting to watch Condaleeza Rice try to maintain her composure as she refutes Clarke's every syllable. Clarke sounded so credible that I'm sure the VRWC could snap broomsticks with their sphincters this morning. Iraq-gate? Camel, straw...boom! [link]

:: Opening The Gates Of Hell
Announcing Yassin's death over mosque loudspeakers, the Hamas leadership said: "Prime Minister Sharon has opened the gates of hell – and nothing will stop us from cutting off his head." And you thought the Palestinians were pissed before... [link]

:: Local folk and peace troubador, David LaMotte, is back home from a recent New Zealand tour. [link]

:: Interesting 10-page Al Franken piece in NYT Sunday and his upcoming 3-hr format on Air American Radio. [link]

:: Joan Baez, political folk singer for 45 years and counting, has a new cd of songs written by Steve Earle and Natalie Merchant. and other songwriters. I've always been a big admirer of hers. [link]

:: {Haiku For You}
The battery's dead
I thank you for jumping me
Fixing the car, too

Give me ambiguity or give me something else.

Enjoy Your Monday! (I'm getting over a pesky spasmodic (?) hiatal hernia episode.)



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