August 25, 2004 New page by 10 a.m.
Home and Garden Show this Fri Sat Sun
116,390 hits yesterday
found out I will be working half of Ricci's show again, from this
Friday through next Friday. I probably won't be creating this website
for those six days. I would rather do my extra show research and
give 100% effort to the extra air shifts.
I tell ya?
frees suspects, blasts terror case
Two Islamic men accused of supporting terrorism after their
arrest in an FBI sting operation were ordered released from
jail yesterday by a judge who blasted the government's case
by saying there is no evidence they have any links to terrorists.
sets bail, citing 'serious questions' (a more detailed
Ten-Foot Poll on SOB Tax ---
12am-1110pm Tue 8/24/2004
San Antonio's idea to make strippers pay a fee to work
Note: The story
I read said the stripper fee was $375. That's wrong. The
club fee would be 375 and the stripper fee would be $50
tax crazy/power mad
idea whose time has come
Talk From the White House West
THIS IS ANTI-BUSH BUT IT'S PRETTY FUNNY
years ago this very month, a young congressman told
his colleagues that something was seriously amiss about
huge wartime contracts awarded to a company with a big
friend in a high place.
potential for waste and profiteering under such a contract
is substantial," he warned. It is "beyond
me," he went on, why the contract "has not
been and is not now being adequately audited."
war was Vietnam. The company was Brown & Root, a
subsidiary of Halliburton that is now known as KBR.
The big friend in a high place was Democratic President
Lyndon B. Johnson. And the impassioned young congressman
was Donald Rumsfeld.
an L.A. Times story on the cost of war to the families
of US soldiers in Iraq: Pricey
War for Grunts' Families
will go to the fair
TO SEPTEMBER 1
the intelligence information announced Sunday 8/1 about a
Terrorist Threat against 5 financial institutions actually
justified placing defenses in public places in New York, Washington
DC and Newark, then those guards should still be in place
30 days later, due to the vagueness about when any such attacks
If the guards are gone by 9/1 (and there has been no new intel
to cancel the "attack threat") then I will believe
the public measures weren't considered really necessary in
the first place.