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January 13, 2007


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Damn, yet another homework assignment to complete.

You know what happens to truants here, don't you?

I will not read it in full.
I'm blind
and busy.
and I need it now.

where do i sign?

This is a shrink wrap agreement. Your viewing any page of WB constitutes assent to the full user agreement, making you a slave in Candidia's service until she personally manumits you.

It would, if she were able to enforce it.

Don't press your luck, Gerry. Candidia has a far bigger legal budget and you or I. We had best just submit quietly to whatever injustice.

Yeah, but like Mr. Burns with Homer, she forgets my name as soon as I'm out earshot, sometimes when I'm standing right in front of her.

She is blind to the little people.

They all look the same to her, one is as good as another.

I love the blog that you have. I was wondering if you would link my blog to yours and in return I would do the same for your blog. If you want to, my site name is American Legends and the URL is:


If you want to do this just go to my blog and in one of the comments just write your blog name and the URL and I will add it to my site.


Thanks, I am not much of a sport fan, though.

No sumo coverage? Mr. English, you can't have a proper sports blog without sumo wrestlers.

Mud wrestling is good too.

OK - Now I've seen everything. Kudos on what you've done with the place! I'm linking to here on my site, deadissue, and after taking a look I'd hope you might do the same.

One essay in particular from the past was compared to Jonathan Swift...here it is:

Born Under Punches - http://deadissue.com/archives/2005/06/25/born-under-punches/

excerpt: Dangers a plenty in the world of fatigues. Lots of pitfalls and voices that manage to convince one after another that to get out and lose their modest salary would amount to imminent doom. Of course, the war all too often makes that decision for them now, whether by stop-loss or death. Considering the job market for a former D student with no legs, maybe President Bush is right in considering a veteran making over $25,000 a year ‘wealthy’. Perhaps we’re witnessing one of the most brilliant schemes in history to euthanize the weakest within a modern society, while making sure the American death industry has customers to sell their weapons to that don’t exclusively wear turbans...And so it goes this seemingly endless cycle of production and consumption our current thread of leadership shamelessly engages in decade after decade without much attention at all to the effect it has on the American population. The underfunding of veterans’ health care is merely a symptom of a broader campaign to condition American society to expect less and feel lucky to have even that. They bastardize intellectual thought, replace it with theology, go to war with our ‘enemies’, while constantly arming our future ‘enemies’.

While the Chinese have cultivated a generation of highly productive citizens by limiting each household to only child. Here in America we’re doing it our own way.

Rock on! DI

Added you to the WB Persons of Interest. Thanks for engaging with us.

Thanks! I'm not sure it worked though, as the link isn't tracking back and I don't see it on the list.

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