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"The beginning of wisdom is found in doubting; by doubting we come to the question, and by seeking we may come upon the truth."
- Pierre Abelard

Sunday, November 19, 2006
Mmmm.

posted by Rachel 11/19/2006
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Head. Wall. Smack
repeatedly.

posted by Rachel 11/19/2006
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You have to click on
this, just to see the little animated wine glass on the right side of the page.

posted by Rachel 11/19/2006
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Well, except for terminal infection with buzzwords (it's Berkeley,)
this is really neat.

posted by Rachel 11/19/2006
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Truth may
indeed be stranger than fiction.

posted by Rachel 11/19/2006
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Wow. Yeah, it may be
time to start ignoring politics again. DFG, what the hell is wrong with the democratic party that they still haven't learned that crap like this costs votes? I hope someone digs up some dirt on Pelosi and they replace her.

She's determined to turn their victory march into a polka. Nothing will energize the republican voters like cheerleading for Murtha and Hastings. Did she miss that huge memo from the voters on the issue of corruption? We can draft better leadership than this from the pool we've got. This is just naked stupidity.

posted by Rachel 11/19/2006
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