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WEDNESDAY PAGE
New stuff is posted between 8:30 and 10 a.m. Monday-Friday

Trooper contradicts Perry on Killer Ds hunt

No illegal records destruction by DPS
"It became clear Tuesday that the e-mailed May 14 order to destroy DPS field notes did not wipe out all records of the investigation..."


Here comes Hillary's book
"The most difficult decisions I have made in my life were to stay married to Bill and to run for the Senate from New York."

100mph storm tore up Laredo
Man beat wife for snoring too loudly
Bachelorette party "Stripper Cop" is real cop
US, UN, NATO lose points in world poll
Man to sue over marijuana car

Vehicle emissions testing – the $40 Inspection Tag – is a possibility under the area Clean Air Plan now being formulated (see Express-News story 5/29/2003 Clean-air strategies cautiously approved). Email or phone your councilman and county commissioner. Easy contact links are always in my left column at Mayor/Council phones+e-mail and Bexar Cmsn phones+email also find good CLEAN AIR info at Citizens Organized for Good Science
San Antonio CAMPAIGN FINANCE LOOKUP database now in left column as a permanent link. Jay Kumar created it.

WAR UPDATE:


Middle Class tax burden rising
"Three successive tax cuts ... will leave middle-income taxpayers paying a greater share of all federal taxes by the end of the decade..."


Office janitor asks to work from home
The Onion

Surgeon General for banning tobacco
"Bush administration officials quickly distanced themselves from the comments, saying that they represented Carmona's views as a doctor rather than the position of the administration."

Girls teach cops teen talk, to go online for pedophiles
"The first time the girls gave a quiz, all the agents failed.
"They, like, don't know anything," said Mary, 14, giggling.
"They're, like, do you like Michael Jackson?" said Karen, 14, rolling her eyes at just how out of it adults can be."

Man told to pay $34K for sending pets to death
"...discourages people from placing "free to a good home" advertisements for pets. Studies indicate that only one out of five animals given away in that fashion actually ends up in a good home, said Stephanie Bell, a Seattle caseworker for PETA. The majority end up sold for medical research or slaughter, or abused or used in dog fights and satanic rituals, she said."



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Inducted 2002

Website S.O.P.
Usually I clean out the day's headline links between 10 and midnight and load an abbreviated page for overnight. New stuff is normally uploaded between 8 and 10 a.m. and stays all day and evening.
Sometimes I add during the day but only occasionally. Weekends don't get much updating if any at all.
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