Friday, October 17, 2003
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A NY Daily News item today:
BOOMERANG RECOVERING
Little Boomerang - the sick 8-day-old lion cub left abandoned after a botched New York Post publicity stunt - needs your help!

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Hondo Maze
- Ken and Laurie Graff at 7A Ranch in Hondo have a terrific Spurs maze this year. Their website



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In Iraq, missiles galore, no guards We don't have enough troop strength in Iraq to take care of basic necessities such as guarding explosives and missiles which can be used against us

Economist Paul Krugman
Budget policies ‘a form of looting’
"With startling speed, we've blown right through the usual concerns about budget deficits — about their effects on interest rates and economic growth — and into a range where the very solvency of the federal government is at stake."

 

Van de Putte ailing, refuses to quit

Results of yesterday's poll:

 

Designer steroids “biggest drug bust in athletics history”

Tower of the Americas not drawing enough tourists
What? You don't take your tourists to Jim's-on-a-Stick any more?

City wants Cowboys to pay rent Hey, I don't know about this. If we make them pay us, instead of us paying them, doesn't that endanger our reputation as a charming little hick town? What could be next? Asking Donald Trump's National Miss Wet T-Shirt USA pageant to pay? We've gotta be careful here...

 

DaimlerChrysler recalls Dodge pickups

Taipei now boasts world's tallest building

Feds' Internet site aims to click with Spanish-speakers

Woman who dragged dog is fined
 
Big man crashes thru mobile home floor

Washington Times
Chinese rocket placed spy satellite
"The space spying highlights China's plans to use space for military purposes, primarily to develop missiles and sensors, and to blind or cripple U.S. communications and intelligence systems in any conflict over Taiwan."

Stars and Stripes series
In Iraq, some servicemembers live like princes while others sleep in the sand

Defense leaders address morale reports

Report: 'No health benefit' from prayer

eBay seller busted over "plasma high-definition picture" scam

'Magic' wooden penis saves woman

New Zealand abandons flatulence tax plans
Heck. This was a good, continuing talk show story.


2004 election calendar
The 2004 political calendar is front-loaded with key presidential primaries. This means the Democratic candidate for president could be decided by early March.


Vehicle Emissions Tests Don't Help
Go to my clean air page for info.

Citizens Organized for Good Science

Texas Emissions Reduction Plan HERE


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