Saturday, January 11, 2003
"... the only thing we have to fear is fear itself ..." Franklin Delano Roosevelt
I wonder how Alicia, blogmistress of Fructus Ventris, will react to this post.
"... the feel of paper and the smell of ink that no screen, even with the greatest pictures and video, just can't replace."
"I am trying to contain myself, but there are still periodicals that I would like to to have delivered."
"Audio and video tape apostalates are valuable, but I maintain that there is still nothing like a book or pamphlet ..."
UPDATE: I'm not that skinny, Michelle!
Friday, January 10, 2003
While you're waiting
to see if Victor Lams can really create Active Server Pages in COBOL, take a walk down The Directed Path.
"I know I said that I would conclude yersterday’s post today ..."
"Academically, ever since the begining ..." ( ... not as an English major, I hope.)
UPDATE: OK, but can you run Apache on your cell phone?
Thursday, January 09, 2003
Mister Morrison mangles the name of Congressman Rangel.
The blogger at Sed Contra also fails to use an apostrophe in cases sure to upset Arianna Huffington.
"Representative Charlie Rangle (D-NY), has never been terribly high (understatement mode) on my list of favorite pols ..."
"According to Rangle, not one of the U.S. House of Representatives and only one Senator ..."
"So when we sin its not that Christ stops knowing us, its that we stop knowing Him ..."
"... the world does not see or know Him in me is because I myself don't/can't/won't see or acknoweldge Him in me."
"... the first human being to recognize Christ for who He was was His unborn cousin John (later the Baptisizer) ..."
Wednesday, January 08, 2003
Here is a Movable Type blog that may soon join the parish.
"Act like like a grownup for a while ..."
"Mosty...be prepared to change into a better person."
"An excellent opinion piece on the differences between reproductive and therapuetic cloning."
"... if there are too many, things that I'd have trouble with no matther what."
"Therapuetic cloning is different, as it relates to stem cell research."
"... until some point later on when sentience is complete, because they haven't hit that threshhold yet."
"I reallly thought ..."
"This woman was the mythical witch that ate small chidlren for us!"
Tuesday, January 07, 2003
Did she take a representative sample to reach this conclusion?
Emily Stimpson levels a new charge against Congress in this post.
"It was only a few inches, but as anyone familiar with the stellar winter driving skills of the residents
of our nation's capitol can tell you, a few inches there might as well be a few feet."