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

Wednesday, July 03, 2002
Cleffy is at home in my lap and purring. As far as he's concerned, all is right with the world.
posted by Rachel 7/3/2002
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Tom Cruise wants to raise his kids outside of the US because:
"I do worry about my children. As a parent you are always concerned," he told the paper. "I just want them to be in a place where they are going to be strong enough to make the right choices. Unfortunately, we're in a position where people are so irresponsible that human life holds such little value to them."
It was the first time the Hollywood heavyweight expressed such†doubts about America. He lives in Beverly Hill, Calif.

Here's a clue: get the kids out of Beverly Hills, out of the Hollywood lifestyle, and out of freaking southern California.
posted by Rachel 7/3/2002
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Hmmm. This is something that our generation is probably going to bring to public attention. Ergonomics used to be the purview of geeks and the middle aged. Now we're using computers for everything from cradle to grave.
posted by Rachel 7/3/2002
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Everything I need to know, I learned in kindergarten. Well everything that is except how to read and write, the basics of math, history, and geography, general rules of politeness and manners, tying my own shoes, the beauty of literature, typing, check writing, the importance of hygiene, how to get the condom on the quickest without spoiling the mood, and the proper use of chopsticks. Other than that, itís safe to say I could have dropped out before the first grade and done quite nicely for myself.
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Emily Jones

posted by Rachel 7/3/2002
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Gee this is something I'd like to put on a resume. I have the most beautiful armpits in America!
posted by Rachel 7/3/2002
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