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Entries from October 22nd, 2004

Tinkerbell Politics

October 22nd, 2004 · Comments Off on Tinkerbell Politics · Politics

Even though our feckless leader has below 50% approval ratings, in my mind that isn’t low enough consider what a piss-poor job he’s done. Even if you support the policies this current administration backs, I would think the complete lack of competence and responsibility would be enough to make even the most partisan person reconsider […]

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Men of Antisocial Valor

October 21st, 2004 · Comments Off on Men of Antisocial Valor · Gaming, Xbox

There’s a real shortage of games available for Xbox Live that allow for cooperative play. By cooperative, I don’t mean team versus team, I mean one team of human players versus the game. I think there’s a real lack of vision of game publishers in this regard. It seems everyone making games feels that Xbox […]

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Cruel and unusual

October 20th, 2004 · Comments Off on Cruel and unusual · Dogs

We gave a trial run to Leo’s Halloween costume the other night. Yeah, I know, I know. We are dressing up the dog for Halloween. I too wonder what has happened to me. It’s wrong in so many ways, but honestly, it’s just too funny to pass up. And to his credit, Leo was patient […]

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Selective Something

October 19th, 2004 · Comments Off on Selective Something · Politics

Well, if George W. Bush says there will be no draft, he must be telling the truth. Otherwise he would either be lying or have bad information, and that would never happen with the President of the United States. Would it? Besides that little mishap about Iraq having “weapons of mass destruction”, I mean. For […]

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Going full circle

October 18th, 2004 · Comments Off on Going full circle · Mac

When I converted to OS X, I gave the Apple Mail client a go. Since there was no Outlook Express for OS X, the choices for free, decent email clients was limited. When I got my hands on Office X, I was happy to switch to Entourage. The four reasons at the time were: Limitations […]

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