Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Wow, I'm watching an Evangelical envangelist on TV. He's going crazy about how much he loves the Pope and Cardinal Ratzinger!

Friday, June 25, 2004

U.S. Catholic Bishops - Movie Reviews

If even the USCCB condemns your anti-war movie you know you're in trouble.

Fahrenheit 9/11 -- Scathing indictment of President Bush's domestic and international policies leading up to and following the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, which attempts to link his family with prominent Saudi moneymen, including members of the bin Laden clan, and which contends that his administration capitalized on the climate of fear following World Trade Center tragedy in order to hoodwink the American public into an immoral war with Iraq. Director Michael Moore walks a perilous line between documentary filmmaking and partisan propaganda, which, though by turns compellingly sobering and engagingly entertaining, presents an unfairly one-sided blame-Bush-for-everything case that fails to take into account wider geopolitical realities, resulting in a manipulative and at times misleading interpretation of facts. A-III -- adults. (R) 2004

Thursday, June 24, 2004

Haven't been blogging that much...looking for a job.

I am Frylock from Aqua Teen Hunger Force!!

Which Aqua Teen Hunger Force character are you??

Monday, June 21, 2004

BBC NEWS | Middle East | Iran seizes UK navy vessels

In the midst of pissing of the IAEA, Iran, or perhaps a really dumb low-level Iranian Naval Officer decides to tweak noses on the UK Admiralty Board.
Style Weekly in Richmond, Virginia:

"Most annoying infrastructure issue: Potholes Kudos to Richmond City officials who have begun preparing for the Jamestownquadricentennial by allowing our streets to resemble"

Saturday, June 19, 2004

The Saudi foregin minister is speaking on Fox News. He has an Irish accent, which is pretty amusing.

Friday, June 18, 2004

Luck and prayers, off to an interview in Metro-DC.

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Welcome to Personal Orchestra

Check out this amazing computer program.

Monday, June 14, 2004

I realized I hadn't read NCReporter in a while and was about to type its address in, then I thought better of it. Also, I got an interview with Northrop Grumman.

Friday, June 11, 2004

That's the food item folks, not a crazy monk.
Having pretty much talked out RR, our Richmond drive-time host is now talking about OJ (the 10th anniversary of the murder is tommorow). For bumper music, they're playing Bryan Adams's "Cuts Like A Knife".

They're talking about whether OJ will be rehabilitated. A caller points out that OJ is the heir-apparent for Ted Kennedy's Senate seat.
I can totally see this happening around me.

Sunday, June 06, 2004

Telegraph | Opinion | How they misjudged the Reagan I knew

"Every now and then when I worked in the Reagan White House, I would look up from my notes at a meeting and look at the faces around the table...or go for a walk in the halls and look into the offices of young men and women with their heads bent over a report or a memo...and I would think: "We are the ones who will walk behind the caisson. Some day when we are older he will die, and there will be a great funeral with a flag-draped coffin and a riderless horse with the boots turned backward, and behind that will be the family and friends, and behind them, us." The television cameras high up near the plywood anchor booths hastily assembled on Pennsylvania Avenue will go to a wide shot, and Dan Rather will say, "And here, the men and women who were the special assistants and the undersecretaries... When you say 'Reagan Administration,' you're talking about them."

"It wouldn't be sad. I could even imagine it as jolly. He would die with his boots on, "having known not...bitterness nor defeat." He would just have turned one hundred... He would have lived to see the Communist world break up, and seen us build the manned space station. An old man exhausted in a great struggle, one of the leaders of the Eighties we now, in the year 2011, acknowledge to have been great. Reagan, Thatcher, John Paul II, perhaps Gorbachev...dead now, and here we are gathered once again, like the end of 'Chariots of Fire', where one of the old running stars, bent and gray, turns to a friend at Harold Abraham's funeral and says, 'We did it, didn't we?' as the stern chords of 'Jerusalem' boom from the Cathedral."

Saturday, June 05, 2004

Ronald Regan as George Gip

"I've got to go, Rock. It's allright. I'm not afraid. Some time, Rock, when the team is up against it, when things are wrong and the breaks are beating the boys, tell them to go in there with all they've got and win just one for the Gipper. I don't know where I'll be then, Rock, but I'll know about it, and I'll be happy."

In paradisum deducant angeli: in tuo adventu suscipiant te martyres, et perducant te in civitatem sanctam Ierusalem.

Chorus angelorum te suscipiat, et cum Lazaro quondam paupere aeternam habeas requium.

May the Angels lead you into paradise; may the martyrs greet you at your arrival and lead you into the holy city, Jerusalem.

May the choir of Angels greet you and like Lazarus, who once was a poor man, may you have eternal rest.

Friday, June 04, 2004

Infidel Apparel - American & Zionist Slogans - In Arabic

This is pretty funny. (Note that I do not neccesarily agree with all the slogans.)