Monthly Archives: August 2004

Gotta love hypocrisy

“I deeply resent the destruction of federalism represented by Hillary Clinton’s willingness to go into a state she doesn’t even live in and pretend to represent people there. So, I certainly wouldn’t “imitate it”:” –Alan Keyes, on Fox News, 2000.

_[quote via "BAGnewsNotes":]_

Gypsy tea makes me happy

It’s fair trade, organic tea blended by a single mother in Ojai who gives workshops to women about starting their own businesses. And it’s “yummy”:

Fairly balanced

To counter all this negative information I’ve been feeding on lately, I’ve just decided to alternate ranty entries with goofy/wacky/uplifting entries. The first one is an “eccentric menu”: courtesy of “Boing Boing”: (I wonder if Ben counts as a fifth person?)

Journalism, San Diego style

I don’t know what makes me angrier about “this Union-Tribune article”:, the topic or the amazingly transparent bias.

_(Note: I just watched “Outfoxed”: today, so I’m in that kind of mood.)_
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