Daily Archives: November 5, 2004

Dutch are learning

The Dutch government has vowed to take tough action against Islamic radicalism after the murder of a film maker. Theo van Gogh, the director of a movie criticising the treatment of women under Islam, was shot and stabbed in Amsterdam on Tuesday. I know someone else had been blogging this, unfortunately, the posts are no […]

It’s Alive!

Fat Mike has crawled out of his cave (after eating pounds of candy) to come up with this gem: 17 Reasons Not To Slit Your Wrists…by Michael Moore Dear Friends, Ok, it sucks. Really sucks. But before you go and cash it all in, let’s, in the words of Monty Python, “always look on the […]

Elizabeth Edwards

When it is all said and done, it is just politics, it taint personal. I completely disagree with Mr Edwards, and some of what Elizabeth has said. However, I would like to send my most heartfelt wishes to Elizabeth Edwards and the whole Edwards family. God willing, everything will turn out all right. If you […]

There They Go!

Looks like the demorats are trying to leave: Canadian immigration officials have reported a huge increase in the number of requests for Canadian citizenship in the past twenty-four hours, with over fifty-five million such inquiries pouring in since late Tuesday night. Of those fifty-five million requests, well over 99.99% of them came from U.S. citizens, […]

The Rats Board the Good Ship Bush

So NOW the EU rats want back on board the USS Bush: BRUSSELS, Belgium (Reuters) — European Union leaders will present a reconstruction aid package to Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi on Friday, as the bloc seeks a fresh start with U.S. President George W. Bush after bitter internal divisions over Iraq. Well, that didn’t […]

Typepad users

The new Rich Text format is looking good. When you first use it, you may be a bit apprehensive, because of the size of the letters that appear whey typing. However, the "normal" font, while appearing larger when typing, will come out the same standard size. Or you can use smaller fonts, or colored fonts. […]

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