Monthly Archives: August 2004

Where the Terrorists will strike, and Bush doesn’t care

The areas where the terrorists are most likely to strike… they’re all covered by our Homeland Security, right? Um, no, their not. Not at all. Because we’re spending so much money in Iraq, major hot spots here are not funded

Posted in Politics

Bikes Against Bush creator arrested for “vandalism” for washable chalk drawings

Bikes Against Bush creator Josh Kinberg was arrested on Saturday afternoon after demonstrating the bike for MSNBC (he was being interviewed by Ron Reagan) and the NYPD: Torrent of video from DV Guide After seeing that demonstration and being assured

Posted in Politics

Directions to L.A. Cafe, courtesy of my friend Ian, who’s 40 today

Q: How do you get to “L.A. Cycle Café?” A: That’s a good question, I’m glad you brought that up. I would also like to thank you for coming and remind you of my service in the 82nd Airborne Division

Posted in Journal

The Kingdom of Loathing

The Kingdom of Loathing (or KoL, as it has come to be known by its player base) is a free, comical RPG, brought to you by the folks at Asymmetric Publications. KoL is played from the comfort of your browser,

Posted in Recently Read

Bigotry and anti-gay hate at the Republican National Convention

Pastor Donnie McClurkin will be performing at the Republican National Convention. Among other things, McClurkin thinks homosexuality is a “curse,” that it’s caused by men raping small children, that being gay is a choice, that it can be cured, and

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