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Cameron Diaz: Voting For Bush is Voting For Rape

September 30, 2004

Cameron Diaz proves she has no brain during Oprah’s “Voting Party” Wednesday. By way of Drudge: Ms. DIAZ: We have a voice now, and we’re not using it, and women have so much to lose.

Notes on the Debate

September 30, 2004

Okay, I lied. I’m watching. I have to admit John Kerry is a smooth smoothie. He talks a better game than the president. Kerry got the Pottery Barn Rule wrong. It’s “if you break it,

“That Politician Stole My Penis”

September 30, 2004

Things like that happen in Africa: A mob in northeast Nigeria has beaten a government official to death after he was accused of causing a man’s penis to disappear, police said on Wednesday. Jibril Na-Allah,

Stomach…Churning…Bile…Rising…

September 30, 2004

Mark Prior pitched a gem today. Nine innings, 3 hits, 16 strikeouts, one run. Meanwhile, the Cubs faced three Reds pitchers with ERAs of 4.86, 5.21, and 6.94. Grand total: One run. So it’s extra

Rat’s Right, Rorge

September 30, 2004

The Astros now lead the National League Wild Card race by half a game. LaTroy Hawkins has blown two saves in the final week of the season, and the Cubs have lost four of six

The Passing of American Fatherhood

September 29, 2004

I saw a new commercial for Verizon wireless on TV tonight. It’s sad. Not just because that’s how it made me feel, but for what it represents. The actor who plays the father is a

Mount St. Helens Getting Restless

September 29, 2004

The lava dome in the crater of Mount St. Helens has grown about an inch and a half. It may be a gas buildup, lava moving into the dome–or the lava men are finally moving

Yet Another Microsoft Security Hole

September 29, 2004

Why I use Macs: NEW YORK – In a harbinger of security threats to come, hackers have exploited a newly announced flaw in Microsoft Corp. programs and begun circulating malicious code hidden in images that

Argh

September 29, 2004

The Cubs are trying to break my heart again. All season they’ve played in fits and starts. Win a few, lose a few. Get hot; get injured. They’ve missed more key players for longer stretches

Yawn

September 28, 2004

Oh, Internet Explorer finally has pop-up blocking? Great. That’s, like, so 2001. Call me when it can read RSS feeds, search about 250 different engines, shopping, news and reference sites, check the local weather, and

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