Monthly Archives: March 2004

One of the good things, and also one of the bad things, about working at home is that I can watch tv if I feel like it. So yesterday I decided that Richard Clarke’s testimony would be sufficiently important that … Continue reading

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I hear that Spanish voters have ruined it for the rest of us. Namely, they had the gall to vote for the Socialists after they decided that not being involved with us would get fewer trains blown up in their … Continue reading

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This is the state that the rest of the country thinks is full of liberal weirdos? “The typical Massachusetts legislator is a 50-year-old, white, male, Roman Catholic, Massachusetts-born, married Democrat with two children and a graduate degree (about half are … Continue reading

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I just completed a 36-hour work day, and all the charter applications have been fedexed to NYC. It almost didn’t happen, because, after I stayed awake all night to finish the damn thing, I fell asleep immediately after dropping it … Continue reading

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