so i have noticed that someone had marked this blog for objectionable content. it.s hard to communicate what an honor i deem this to be. i am exploring the idea of blogging using this new cell phone. it seems to me that there is still much potential in the years ahead. someone tries to censore . . .
A key aspect to beginning negotiation of any sort is to emphasize common ground. Secretary of State Clinton began her speech by emphasizing the mutual interest of all nations involved in rooting out the rackets and “stateless” criminal enterprises that would seek to undermine everyone getting richer legally and faster. At this . . .
An aide to Eric Cantor sent this to the Press today.
§ 2340. DefinitionsAs used in this chapter—(1) “torture” means an act committed by a person acting under the color of law specifically intended to inflict severe physical or mental pain or suffering (other than pain or suffering incidental to lawful sanctions) upon another person within his custody or physical control;(2) “severe mental pain or suffering” . . .
It’s the great debate: is analog, with its potential for diversity, superior to the convenient but rigid lockstep of digital technology? Billy Walshe has argued the former and, traditionally, I side with him. But I have found a group of corporate researchers who don’t: twenty-five percent of all women.
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Dear Michael Phelps,
How are you? I hope you are not feeling very well. Yesterday, USA Swimming decided to cut your monthly stipend of $1,750 because when someone offered you an illicit narcotic scheduled with Heroin, you said “yes” to evil and “no” to everyone who had ever looked up to . . .
Just went to Sultan Knish’s page, and he is busy raking Barack Obama for some comments he made yesterday at the National Prayer Breakfast. There, the president apparently attempted to alleviate some of the ill-will that inevitably floats between followers of the Abrahamic faiths, Islamic, Christianity and Judaism.
Along the way, he decided it . . .