April 19th, 2006

Scorpion

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I am doing the most retarded, redundant report, that will be out of date tomorrow morning. At best, it will sit on a shelf in a different city, unread and collecting dust, for a couple years, before it's thrown out in a big housecleaning, where some tech will ponder why anyone ever bothered printing something like this.

Techie people: would your company ever bother making a hard copy of your complete IP tracking table? Especially knowing it'll change at *least* weekly?

And that's only a small portion of the fun.
Scorpion

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Press secretary Scott McClellan steps down, and Rove scales back his White House duties to focus on eating live puppies the re-election season.

The administration's switcheroo at the Easter Egg Roll.

Dick Polman on why Bush won't fire Rumsfeld.

Federal judge rules that abortion clinic doctors in Kansas are not required to report underage sex between consenting youths.

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Slate on the Olbermann-O'Reilly feud.

McDonald's revives its bottom line... by focusing on cheap fast food. Who knew?

Whoah. Alan Tudyk in a reading of Xanadu.
Scorpion

Horked from Georgia

1. Open up the music player on your computer.
2. Set it to play your entire music collection.
3. Hit the shuffle command.
4. Tell us the title of the next 10 songs that show up (with their musicians), no matter how embarrassing. That's right, no skipping.


Bella Morte - Relics
VNV Nation - Standing
Electric Hellfire Club - Killing an Arab
Boondock Saints - 700 Ravens
Rage - Run to You
Jay's Chant, from the Clerks soundtrack
Eleven Shadows - Terror Couple Kill Colonel
Supernova - Chewbacca
Die Krupps - Fatherland (Sisters of Mercy mix)
Lisa Hannigan - Be My Husband