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Archive for May, 2005

Arthur Andersen Conviction Overturned: Too Little, Too Late

Posted by Mark on May 31, 2005

So, NOW the court decides to overturn the conviction of Arthur Andersen. It only cost 28,000 jobs, and broke a major investment company to a small buisness handling lawsuits. Someone asked me the other day if I ever disagreed with the Bush Administration. Yep. Going after Arthur Andersen, and other executives just to make the Left stop whining was a huge mistake, and a gross miscarriage of justice. As this decision makes clear.

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Something Different

Posted by zaphriel on May 31, 2005

This is strange, mainly because it is right on. I am both a Photographer and a Teacher. Weird.

Your #1 Match: INFJ

The Protector

You live your life with integrity, originality, vision, and creativity.
Independent and stubborn, you rarely stray from your vision – no matter what it is.
You are an excellent listener, with almost infinite patience.
You have complex, deep feelings, and you take great care to express them.

You would make a great photographer, alternative medicine guru, or teacher.

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McCain For President?

Posted by Mark on May 31, 2005

Brendan Miniter explains why it won’t happen. A must read for 2008.

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The Rings of Saturn

Posted by Mark on May 31, 2005


Makes you feel like you are there, doesn’t it? An amazing, enhanced veiw from Cassini.

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Arthur Andersen Conviction Overturned: Too Little, Too Late

Posted by Mark on May 31, 2005

So, NOW the court decides to overturn the conviction of Arthur Andersen. It only cost 28,000 jobs, and broke a major investment company to a small buisness handling lawsuits. Someone asked me the other day if I ever disagreed with the Bush Administration. Yep. Going after Arthur Andersen, and other executives just to make the Left stop whining was a huge mistake, and a gross miscarriage of justice. As this decision makes clear.

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Answers.com

Posted by Mark on May 31, 2005

Just found a new search engine, Answers.com. Okay, so I need another search engine like I need another book, right? Well, this one actually seems to give me the answers I’m looking for, rather than pages and pages of irrelevant info.

I used it on one of Patricia’s more obscure druid references, and got exactly what I needed. And if it works on those kind of searches, it just may replace Google in my heart. One drawback: You can only look up one word at a time.

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McCain For President?

Posted by Mark on May 31, 2005

Brendan Miniter explains why it won’t happen. A must read for 2008.

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WTF…

Posted by zaphriel on May 31, 2005

Now that Memorial Day is over, it is time to get back to business. I have to get a few things off my chest that I have remained silent about out of respect for the dead. I know I am a little late to the fight, but I was not going to stoop to their level during this time of rememberance. The timing of these events was despicable, just before one of the most revered of American holidays The ACLU and their cronies decided to commit nearly Treasonous Acts.

“Amnesty International USA, Human Rights Watch, the Center for Constitutional Rights, the ACLU, the American Bar Association, and Human Rights First (formerly known as the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights) have joined in a call for a special prosecutor to investigate Bush, Rumsfeld & Gonzales for (WAR CRIMES).�

Oh really!!! WAR CRIMES!!!

“What if our officials start being arrested by nations (like France or Germany) who do not support the validity of the Iraq war.�

Yeah, What if they did. If they did it would either cripple this nation, or spur a war that could not be won by anyone. Yeah, that’s what we need now, another more serious war ). Don’t be fooled people, what the ACLU and it’s cronies are calling for in itself is Ambiguous Treason, but if any nation was to take action on their call, the Treason would no longer be ambiguous. These Lawyers, (as officers of the court, by the way) are calling for the usurping of the power of another branch of our government, you know, the one Elected by the People. Their blatant disregard for US really does show their true intentions.

Luckily, Inquiries to the embassies of Belgium, Chile, France, Germany, South Africa, and Venezuela, as well as to the government of Canada, while met with some amusement, did not reveal any inclination to heed Amnesty’s call.
However, (Amnesty International) is not deterred. Acknowledging that the possibility of a foreign government seizing Rumsfeld or Bush might not be “an immediate reality,” (Amnesty International) takes the long view: “Let’s keep in mind, there are no statutes of limitations here.”

These actions that seem relatively harmless on the surface, is very dangerous. If our leaders start to be arrested by foreign governments simply because they do not agree with us, would be a very dangerous development. If someone really does want this, then they had better be careful what they ask for. If you don’t like the wars that are going on now, see what happens if any of this comes to fruition.

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The Rings of Saturn

Posted by Mark on May 31, 2005


Makes you feel like you are there, doesn’t it? An amazing, enhanced veiw from Cassini.

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Answers.com

Posted by Mark on May 31, 2005

Just found a new search engine, Answers.com. Okay, so I need another search engine like I need another book, right? Well, this one actually seems to give me the answers I’m looking for, rather than pages and pages of irrelevant info.

I used it on one of Patricia’s more obscure druid references, and got exactly what I needed. And if it works on those kind of searches, it just may replace Google in my heart. One drawback: You can only look up one word at a time.

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