Saturday, October 09, 2004

Halley's Comment: Komodo Dragon Cheney

Halley's Comment: Komodo Dragon Cheney

"Cheney reminded me of one of those lizards that lie in the sun by the riverbank and don't seem too dangerous, in fact, look barely able to move their big languorous body, but every now and then can whip out their poisonous tongue and take down their prey. John Edwards was a barefoot boy in farm overalls, going fishing with a happy face, bamboo pole and a can of worms. I wanted to scream, 'Watch out!'"

Saw what you will about David Icke, but I love that the whole reptile thing is catching on...

Friday, October 08, 2004 Arts & Entertainment | The Fix Arts & Entertainment | The Fix: "'No individual, regardless of race, gender, age, intelligence or athletic ability, can or should be deemed a loser,' "

umm...what if they lose?
I used to wear my "LOSER" shirt proudly...(SUB POP not ABercrombie & Fitch)

anyway, sorry about all the links to salon...even if you're as broke as my you should think about get a million print mags subscriptions with your paid salon subscription...everything from Maxim to The New York Review of Books. I've found it more than worth it... News | Bush's mystery bulge News | Bush's mystery bulge: "Suggestions that Bush may have using this technique stem from a D-day event in France, when a CNN broadcast appeared to pick up -- and broadcast to surprised viewers -- the sound of another voice seemingly reading Bush his lines, after which Bush repeated them. Danny Schechter, who operates the news site, and who has been doing some investigating into the wired-Bush rumors himself, said the Bush campaign has been worried of late about others picking up their radio frequencies -- notably during the Republican Convention on the day of Bush's appearance. 'They had a frequency specialist stop me and ask about the frequency of my camera,' Schechter said. 'The Democrats weren't doing that at their convention.' "

Does anyone have a copy of this CNN broadcast?
If our President can't even be bothered to remember some talking points and occasionally think on his feet...ah...jeez...this is just sad...

Thursday, October 07, 2004

Article: Device translates spoken Japanese and English�| New Scientist

Article: Device translates spoken Japanese and English�| New Scientist
via Warrren Ellis over at Die Puny Humans!

this is just about the coolest thing ever...
now if they can just shape it like a fish and have us insert directly into our ears!