Minutiae
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The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws.
--Cornelius Tacitus (c. 116 A.D.)

Monday, April 29, 2002
We're not more than 2 miles from downtown and a freaking DEER just walked through our front yard!
posted by Rachel 4/29/2002
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Everybody root for Iran. What a delicate balance. A fatwa from the ayatollah condemning suicide bombings. The first important Islamic cleric outright condemning terrorism within the framework of Islam. Yay Ayatollah. (Never in a million did I think I'd ever say that seriously.) The govt= axis of evil. The people= openly craving democracy. Why on earth aren't we helping?
posted by Rachel 4/29/2002
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Jer: I can't see your page from my Mac. I'm using IE so it's not netscape related.
posted by Rachel 4/29/2002
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Incredibly restictive gun-control laws haven't prevented mass shootings in Europe. Who's fault? America's "wild west" of course. It is also to laugh. Reality won't hinder Sarah Brady though.
posted by Rachel 4/29/2002
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Here's real solution to the crisis in the middle east.
I love that he suggests a nuts kicking contest.
posted by Rachel 4/29/2002
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The world is creeping toward sensibility:
"A federal judge Thursday said he was ready to declare the death penalty unconstitutional unless the government can quickly explain why so many death row inmates turn out to be innocent."
It is to smile.
posted by Rachel 4/29/2002
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