Monthly Archives: June 2004

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Social Design Notes Design for Democracy AMAZON.COM MENU SERVICE!!!!!111

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A Job for Kris

Best Buy’s now has the “Geek Squad“. Amazing! More about it from SFGate

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The Nation on “The Jewish Divide On Israel”

The Jewish Divide on Israel “The divide is not only political but existential. AIPAC, the ADL and the Conference of Presidents see Palestinian suicide bombs as part of a global attack on Jews that includes everything from the murder of … Continue reading

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From the Institute for Policy Studies

Just the Numbers {PDF} Total number of coalition military deaths between the start of war and June 16, 2004: 952 (836 U.S.) Of those 952, the number killed after President George W. Bush declared ?an end to major combat operations? … Continue reading

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So whatever…

So very tired…

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Funfurde: big. brother. lamp.

Funfurde: big. brother. lamp. I would like this lamp.

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Philadelphia Daily News says: ELECT KERRY

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20 Things You Have to Believe to Be a Republican Today:

1. Being a drug addict is a moral failing and a crime, unless you’re aconservative radio host. Then it’s an illness and you need our prayersfor your recovery 2. The United States should get out of the United Nations, and … Continue reading

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The Uncanny Valley

The Uncanny Valley: “Though originally intended to provide an insight into human psychological reaction to robotic design, the concept expressed by this phrase is equally applicable to interactions with nearly any nonhuman entity. Stated simply, the idea is that if … Continue reading

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Our Leader’s new values

From General J.C. Christian, Patriot: “I’ve kept a list of American values vs. evildoer values for years. I like to take it out from time to time so that I can reflect on what makes this country great. Tonight, when … Continue reading

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