November 21, 2003
Okay, dialup modem people, I have sinned.
This page has been getting loaded up with graphics and what-all, and your
download times have soared. Being on broadband, it kinda snuck up on me
because the cable modem is so fast that a bigger page doesn't affect the
download time much.
I am jumping back on the wagon and will try to keep this page cleaner
and faster loading.
Thanks for your patience if you had any.
Brad, what about us poor suckers who enjoy the graphics, don't mind
the wait, and live in an area where dial-up is the only option?
Brad, I have
the Grande Cable Modem and am logged on at 10meg per second! So load
the page up! It pops up as soon as I click on it!
Don't fret, my friends.
Things will eventually come around your way. I am a known backslider.
cancels alien landing over abduction fears "..cancelled a planned
landing by an alien spaceship.."
a gift card? Better read the fine print
poacher faces charges in death of whooping crane
Police lab's DNA work isn't adding up
the trail of military fugitives
in Iraq using more firepower as scare tactic
gets drunk on ethanol
FASHION UPDATE: gas masks and bricks
they never built another two-barrel cannon
stupid San Antonio gang members arrested in drive-by murder of a mom at
the wrong address
PDs, including Houston, start saving palm prints
access tax idea rises from dead like a zombie
Amendment survey reveals Americans' ignorance
Air Aces T-38 wing folded back during maneuver
executed for murders: 'Here I go'
concludes FBI bullet analysis is flawed FBI says if imprecise
technique for bullet matching wasn't used then "nothing would ever
car is among today's Offbeat Images at CNN.com. No direct link:
you have to go to the front
page and scroll down about a page to this little turkey
on donkey carts used in Iraq attacks
airport rejects Starbucks as not local enough
cops bullied suspect who confessed to murder-rape he didn't do: City will
pay him $5 million
rivalry between DA, Michael Jackson reflected in latest case
serial killer feasted on dongs
man finds tiny octopus inside his toilet bowl
tourist accidentally ordered $1700 bottle of wine "We
realised something was not right when the standard of service improved
AG suggests same-sex benefits without marriage by
the Boston Globe reporter with whom we visited yesterday
species spreads offshore
Goopy colonies of a foreign animal called a sea squirt have carpeted a
6.5-square-mile swath of Georges Bank, raising deep fears among biologists
that the invader could hurt marine life in one of the most productive
fishing areas in the world.
sailors revisit Vietcong tunnels Americans offer grudging admiration
for anti-US fighters