Monday, August 14, 2006

 

Adult Dvd Rentals

I found a sweet site for adult dvd rentals over at my friends site. It is just liek netflix, except they are porn movies instead of the same crap you would find at blockbuster video.

Read more about these adult dvd rentals here.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

 

No mail yet

I have no mail yet, and it is after 2pm...I wonder what is going on. The other weird thing is I only recieved one sale card on sat...so the last time I got mail was Friday.

Gimme my mail USPS.

 

A new home

Looky me! I got a new home. Now I just need to furnish it and decorate accordingly.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

 

Went/gone fishing

I'm taking some time off from blogging for the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, please visit some of the incomparable links to the right.

Saturday, July 02, 2005

 

Oh, Karl, we barely knew ye

If Lawrence O'Donnell is right, then Karl Rove will have to help select the next Supreme Court justice from behind bars. It will be interesting to see if George W. Bush stands by his earlier assurance that the outing of Valerie Plame "is a serious charge" and that "We're talking about a criminal action." It will be interesting to see, that is, how Bush reacts to his #1 - his voice and brains - having committed a crime that, from what I can tell, can get the perp up to twenty years in the slammer (see the Espionage Act of 1917 and the Intelligence Identities and Protection Act of 1982, for example).

There's something else that - if this is true - is worth noting. Judith Miller, the WMD-benefit-of-the-doubting journalist who writes for that liberal rag The New York Times, was refusing to hand over Rove's name to the grand jury. That's right: the Times chose defending journalistic freedom over getting Rove.

Nothing like a little White House treason scandal on Fourth of July weekend!

Friday, June 24, 2005

 

Grahamapalooza II: The queerest show in town

Am I being too cynical, or do you think Billy Graham scheduled his second New York Crusade during Gay Pride Week on purpose?Regardless, this seems like a good moment to remember one of the more reprehensible things he ever said about gays and lesbians: "All homosexuals should be castrated."

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

 

New polls, same trajectory

This just in: a new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll finds that only 39% of Americans think the war in Iraq is going well. In case you're not keeping tabs, that's a 20% drop from March.

Monday, June 20, 2005

 

"The reality is that we're losing in Iraq"

In politics, who says it is just as important as what they say. Like this, from Republican Senator Chuck Hagel's interview with U.S. News and World Report (via HuffPost).:
"Things aren't getting better; they're getting worse. The White House is completely disconnected from reality."or this...
"It's like they're just making it up as they go along. The reality is that we're losing in Iraq."Seems to me that just a few weeks ago, one would be blasted for talking like that. Unfortunately, Bush's poll numbers no longer provide the kind of protection that partisan hackery requires.While we're on the topic, Jay Rosen's post on the Downing Street Memo is a must read. And a new AP report adds more fuel to the fire:
"U.S. scrambling to establish a link between Iraq and al-Qaida is so far frankly unconvincing," Ricketts says in the memo. "For Iraq, `regime change' does not stack up. It sounds like a grudge between Bush and Saddam."
The documents confirm Blair was genuinely concerned about Saddam's alleged weapons of mass destruction, but also indicate he was determined to go to war as America's top ally, even though his government thought a pre-emptive attack may be illegal under international law.
"The truth is that what has changed is not the pace of Saddam Hussein's WMD programs, but our tolerance of them post-11 September," said a typed copy of a March 22, 2002 memo obtained Thursday by The Associated Press and written to Foreign Secretary Jack Straw.
"But even the best survey of Iraq's WMD programs will not show much advance in recent years on the nuclear, missile or CW/BW (chemical or biological weapons) fronts: the programs are extremely worrying but have not, as far as we know, been stepped up."
Jay says the Memos deserve "sustained news attention." I say they deserve an investigation - and not a sham investigation like the 9/11 Commission and it's Dr. Seussianesque report. Let's hope the critical mass of the blogosphere shows what it can do on this one.

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