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12/16/2004

 

AFTER-WORD


  • Just to fill in those who don't know. Those columns to which I link, labeled "from the web site of the Rightsided Newsletter, are from the web site of an e-mail newsletter I began in February of 1997. At that time, it resembled maybe a bad blog post. It has gotten a lot better, but now that there is this outlet, it's been scaled from thrice to twice per each week: Wed and Sun.

    It's just something I do, and it has a global subscriber base. The columns by others came when I wanted to do that, as well. And I've political 'toons on the site.

    The RSN is still around, twice weekly, so if you want to subscribe FREE, just send a blank e-mail to rsn-subscribe [AT] topica.com.



  • In time for the most-wonnerful-time-of-the-year, Pejman Yousefzadeh (Pejmanesque) has a piece about Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich quest to rid society of "graphic violence, nudity, obscene language" incarnate as vid games.

    She [the vid game slattern] may not be a witch, but she's dressed like one. Well, we did do the nose. And the hat. BUT SHE'S A WITCH! (Burn her anyway.)



  • If he could name his replacement, which he technically cannot, Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge might pick LA Police Chief William Bratton and the county's Sheriff Lee Boca. Of course, Ridge was in that town to give California $282-million in homeland security $$$.

    Boca was mentioned by Congressperson Jane Harman (D-California) as her pick for the next head of the DHS on ABC's This Week last Sunday.



  • I'm listening to Antonin DvorĂ¡k's Serenade for Strings in E, arguably the most relaxing piece of music every written and performed. It's saved our little Siamese from my wrath several times.

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