PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"Two weeks before the march, I asked in a column whether the [Million Man March] made sense beyond the symbolism of unity. 'Time, not turnout, will be the ultimate test of that,' I wrote. The turnout was indeed unbelievable, but what about the commitment to change?"
-Colbert I. King

Great read: "So just who listens to [Pat] Robertson... and does he matter in politics?"

Bankers oppose the idea of the Bank of Wal-Mart.

Good read: Dick Meyer on the uphill climb ahead of the Democrats

* Supreme Court blocks Missouri prisoner's abortion.
* The administration struggles to regain traction on the Miers nomination.
* More charges coming in the Armstrong Williams/propaganda scandal?
* Uh, Mr. Kilgore, maybe your political ads could avoid mentioning Hitler?
* So, TV over iPod: it's failed before. Will it work now? Is there untapped potential?
* How about a live debate with fake candidates?
* 'A previously unseen painting by Leonardo da Vinci has gone on public display for the first time in Italy.'

Huh. South Korea loves Spam.

Waiters and waitresses, in their own words.

Ten things we didn't know this time last week.

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    "I don't know what to do with good white people."

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    Zen Pencils takes on "Ozymandis."

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