PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"Bush's remarks yesterday, from his vacation ranch in Crawford, Texas, with Rice at his side, raise once more the question of whether he believes the things he says — whether he's really so clueless about the world that his actions so deeply affect. The transcript contains so many mind-boggling statements that it's hard to know where to begin, so let's take them in chronological order."
-Fred Kaplan (today's must-read)

Good read: learning the Iranian art of hiding what you mean to say.

Aw, yeah. One lucky commuter will win the chance to blow up the Wilson Bridge.

* Why Israel is delaying an invasion of Lebanon.
* BAGnewsNotes reads between the lines of those bombing pictures from Lebanon.
* "If you lose a campaign and then come around two, or four, or six years later to challenge the man who beat you, that's one thing. If you lose a campaign and keep running as if you hadn't lost, that's another."
* Will the Lieberman loss help Republicans? The jury remains undecided. Is this a sign for incumbents everywhere?
* China hit by super typhoon.
* Restoring a NASA relic.
* Neat: digging a water tunnel under New York.
* Physicist James Van Allen passed away. has its eye on ten fall movies.

On classifying Pluto and dwarf planets.

"In what can only be read as a sign of the apocalypse, Paris Hilton has been given her own line of Hello Kitty figures by Sanrio."
Tags: 2006

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