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    Sunday, August 08, 2004

    GDI, WTF and other sentiments


    First off, thanks to Andrew Quinn at Teenage Pundit, who has linked us. He seems to be fairly left thinking but he hasn't lost his cool with me in e-mail yet so perhaps there is a young hope for the Democrat party if he doesn't end up finding conservatism on his own. Ah, to be young.

    I don't mean for this to be anything but a non sequitur and any accusation that it is a segue be damned! Victor Davis Hanson wrote another great article which is posted at NRO. That is more or less where I start the bulk of my google adventures. They seem to have the best reality checks around and I'd subscribe to their website if I had the cash. It is called A Return To Childhood, and was so well stated that I was moved to both link to Mr. Hanson's website and e-mail him to say so. He wrote me back, simply: Thank you for your support. I didn't expect even that, so right on.

    I watched most of a chilling and disgusting documentary on DiscoveryTimes tonight. The Uncivil War, which was about the civil unrest in Liberia and the outing of the murderous Lurds of President Taylor in '03. Horrible, horrible stuff to watch, some of it, and I am not linking to anything about it for your own good. But those of you with cast iron stomachs and an interest in tiny countries that ostensibly mean nothing to the United States should watch it if they flip to it with nothing else to do.

    I have 5 blogs so far called "Me Myself and I" in some form or other. I'm keeping them in Notepad until I have an impressive enough cache. Then I am unleashing them in one mass dump of mediocre blogtitle. Hmm, thats going to make it look like I am a webringmaster. The circus it will be!

    Oh, there's a bunch of other stuff but it'll keep. Right now I've got eight million links to look at.


    posted by M@ at 12:17 AM   1 comments links to this post

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    At 3:57 AM, Blogger Jen(nifer) said...

    sooooo many links sooo much to read so little time. ; )

     

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