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( Oct. 21st, 2008 10:07 pm)
As Dr. Gregory House says, Everybody lies.

I find it the most interesting that the things they seem to get consistently wrong is the other's economic plan. Makes me wonder if they're both just swinging blind.
quietprofanity: (Jonah - Journalism)


( Aug. 1st, 2008 07:10 pm)
Suspect in 5 anthrax-letter deaths kills self

WASHINGTON - Anthrax-laced letters that killed five people and severely rattled the post-9/11 nation may have been part of an Army scientist's warped plan to test his cure for the deadly toxin, officials said Friday. The brilliant but troubled scientist committed suicide this week, knowing prosecutors were closing in.

The sudden naming of scientist Bruce E. Ivins as the top — and perhaps only — suspect in the anthrax attacks marks the latest bizarre twist in a case that has confounded the FBI for nearly seven years. Last month, the Justice Department cleared Ivins' colleague, Steven Hatfill, who had been wrongly suspected in the case, and paid him $5.8 million.

Ivins worked at the Army's biological warfare labs at Fort Detrick, Md., for 18 years until his death on Tuesday. He was one of the government's leading scientists researching vaccines and cures for anthrax exposure. But he also had a long history of homicidal threats, according to papers filed last week in local court by a social worker.

... @_@
I read a random post on the Internet saying that Tim Russert was a right-wing mini-O'Reilly who didn't fight against the president and good riddance to him.

I see your bullshit and raise you a fuck you.

Then again I have the feeling the people in question who whine about Russert not being liberal enough are the types who cry foul if journalists don't act like their favorite partisan blogger and Tim Russert wanting to be tough but not implying he would rip the President's face off at the nearest moment is cause enough to decry him as a pawn of the cowed-by-conservatism media. Sometimes I hate my generation.

Also, does anyone remember when Ann Coulter said Episcopalians weren't real Christians? Scroll through the portraits and check how American leaders have been little more than a den of pagans.

And finally, I'm about 40 pages into Naked Lunch and am starting to convince myself that I never need to read Palahniuk again because William S. Burroughs already did it all and did it better.
Like dipshits don't try to constantly carry-on luggage already. Please, give them another incentive to produce flight delays.

Sucks about the employees, too. Getting rid of the gas-guzzling vehicles is probably a good thing, though.

I tend to fly Southwest anyway, though ... they're OK.


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