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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

For the third day in a row, I've seen workmen out in the courtyard behind our apartment working on Teh Intarwub connection. Once again, Intarwub service gets restored for about an hour or two, then completely fails. I have to say that they appear to be trying. Today, I saw them replace whole components, and they still had troubles.

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Unfortunately, that means I didn't get to finish listening to this episode of NPR's Talk of the Nation from last year about NaNoWriMo. I'd do it now, but I've got other things to be doing, not the least of which is getting ready for this thing.

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How is it that Rupert Murdoch leans so far to the Right with his Fox News Channel, that he walks in circles and still manages to accomplish this?
4 Fox shows named worst for families
'War at Home,' 'Family Guy' lead list

Wednesday, October 19, 2005; Posted: 10:26 p.m. EDT (02:26 GMT)

NEW YORK (AP) -- Four Fox network programs, led by the comedies "The War at Home," "The Family Guy" and "American Dad," topped a parents group's annual listing of the worst prime-time shows for family viewing.
Between this and the whole Harriet Miers thing, I'm watching the Right eat itself up with almost pornographic interest.

3 comments:

B said...

Don't psychologists call that projection?

Ms Bizarro said...

I wonder which Democrat will run for presidential primary? Does it matter? They could run Charlie Brown and he'd still win against the Republicans. thank god. I think?

B said...

Ummm let's not count our Floridas before they go red, Ms. B.