Monthly Archives: May 2006

Wilkommen

Ich begr├╝sse dich auf meine webseite. I don’t know what I just wrote, but I think it is “I welcome you to my webpage.” Whatever. Anyhow, just popping in to see that no one has commented. No one does. Say … Continue reading

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Looking up for Democrats?

In a poll conducted May 11-12, 2006, by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, any generic Democrat led any generic Republican for the 2008 Presidential election. If only it were May 2008 and not May 2006. These indications, however, are good … Continue reading

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Skew(er)ed thinking

From Yahoo Minutemen, protesters square off at Capitol By Andy Sullivan1 hour, 37 minutes ago Illegal immigration protesters wrapped up a cross-country caravan on Friday with a rally in the shadow of the U.S. Capitol, as immigrant-rights activists chanted for … Continue reading

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Maybe not closure

It was a touch foolish of me to think that the book was going to be signed and sealed shut after last Sunday/Monday. If anything, the book has become longer and we’re still filling in the pages, just differently. This … Continue reading

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Understanding

I think I comprehend how my father operates. It’s funny how similar yet dissimilar we are.

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How things change

Let’s look back a year: See the pig dressed in his finest, fine (No political content or rant content today) Today marks the close of what has been an amazing, (at times) very trying, and otherwise strange academic year. That… … Continue reading

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Landslide…

… Kucinich takes (D) nomination for OH-10 again… swamps Ferris 74-26. Well, I’ll admit… when I get it wrong, I get it wrong. I thought Barbara was doing much better than she actually did. On the GOP side, BW grad … Continue reading

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