Daily Archives: May 9, 2006

The Salt Mines

Are quite beautiful this time of year. For those few who are keeping track, last night was my first night back at work after having last week off. Sadly, it was depressingly easy to get back into the routine. Just … Continue reading

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Walk This Way

Here’s the story: A guy buys a chunk of land. Previous to his purchase, the railroad easment on the┬áproperty was used by local folks to get to and from great fishing and hunting locations. Guy buys the land, catches people … Continue reading

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Even a Broken Clock

Is right twice a day. But Markos Zuniga is only right once in a blue moon. One of the proponents of regulating political speech on blogs is a woman byt he name of Carol Darr. Darr is the big boss … Continue reading

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