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Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005-
page around 10
this date in 1836: William Barret Travis sent a final letter from
the Alamo, addressed to "the people of Texas and all Americans
in the world" and ending with "Victory or Death."
call for super-highway cuts An attempt to bring
some sense to Gov. Blow-Dry's outlandish Trans-Texas Corridor scheme
blocking outgoing email
From my ISP SATexas.com: "SBC has started doing port filtering
(mail blocking) on most of their services. If your mail sending has
broken" here's why
7-9 this evening
Jennings report: "UFOs: Seeing is Believing"
not quite ready to board UFO mothership
OF REVOCATION OF INDEPENDENCE
circulated worldwide from Great Britain following the Nov. 2000 election
of President Bush):
the citizens of the United States of America,
In the light of your failure to elect a President of the USA and
thus to govern yourselves, we hereby give notice of the revocation
of your independence, effective today. Her Sovereign Majesty Queen
Elizabeth II will resume monarchial duties over all states, commonwealths
and other territories. Except Utah, which she does not fancy. more
Mexicans aiding drug traffickers
Former Mexican soldiers, police and federal agents, originally trained
as an elite force of anti-drug commandos, are working as mercenaries
for Mexican narcotics traffickers, bringing a new wave of drug-related
killings into the United States, authorities said.
Francisco's innovation in democracy - instant runoffs In last
November's election, San Francisco used instant runoff voting for
Braunfels supports 281 / 46 highway upgrades City Council
gave its support to Comal County's plans to help finance the widening
of State Highway 46 and U.S. 281.
Talon conducting "top to bottom review of staff" (their
TalonNews.com loses one reporter
and goes dark
The Tampa Tribune
A White House `Reporter'
"... incredible to think that a man with Gannon's unusual background
could wrangle press credentials while using an assumed name. The
White House should let us in on how that happened."
Gannon/Guckert Today Show Transcript
by Joe in DC - 2/24/2005 09:42:00 AM
Thanks to cadejo4 from the comments, MSNBC
has a transcript of the interview:
Brown: You have said that you registered a number of pornographic
Web sites. Is that accurate?
Gannon: Well, I registered a number of domain names, that some have
Brown: Pornographic Web sites.
Gannon: Well, yes.
Brown: Did you advertise yourself as a gay, male escort for hire
on a Web site?
Gannon: I cannot go into those specifics. I can tell you that there
is a lot of misinformation out there. There's a lot of fabrication
out there, and a lot of misinformation.
Brown: Why can't you then clear it up right now? The cameras are
Gannon: As I've said, I've been advised not to get into the specifics
out there. Is there some truth out there? Yes. Is there a lot of
falsehood out there? Absolutely.
The same Republicans who used to love AARP when it helped them pass
the president's prescription drug plan now hate AARP because it is
against the president's plan to privatize Social Security.
over Confederate past rages in evolving South
Poll on Texas Slots---RESULT
10am Tue 2/22 - 11p Wed 2/23//2005
Should Texas have slot machines if the profits are spent on