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from: boston, ma to: boston, england - Google Maps
Topic: Miscellaneous 9:50 am EDT, Mar 30, 2007

Swim across the Atlantic Ocean

Google maps: sempre penitus.


Another good one:
Google Maps Link

from: boston, ma to: boston, england - Google Maps

RE: 'Scooter' Libby guilty on four of five counts -
Topic: Miscellaneous 1:52 pm EST, Mar  6, 2007

k wrote:

Former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby has been found guilty on four of five counts in his perjury and obstruction of justice trial.

Libby was convicted of:

# obstruction of justice when he intentionally deceived a grand jury investigating the outing of CIA operative Valerie Plame;

# making a false statement by intentionally lying to FBI agents about a conversation with NBC newsman Tim Russert;

# perjury when he lied in court about his conversation with Russert;

# a second count of perjury when he lied in court about conversations with other reporters.

Does that make today Fitzmas?

This + the senate and house hearings on fired US attorneys + the continuing fallout of the walter reed medical center scandal + the war in iraq + the MASSIVE NATO lead fight in Afghanistan makes today a very very bad day for the administration.


RE: 'Scooter' Libby guilty on four of five counts -

metrocurean: Product Watch: Bacon Mints
Topic: Miscellaneous 8:57 pm EST, Mar  5, 2007

Combine the breath freshening power of bacon w/ the cool taste of mint and this is what you get! For $3.75/tin it's a bargain at *twice* the price.


metrocurean: Product Watch: Bacon Mints

RE: 5 Things You don't know about Me
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:41 am EST, Feb  1, 2007

Acidus wrote:

What are your 5 things?

1) I once broke up w/ a girl by writing a poem consisting of six stanzas of rhyming couplets.
2) My "to read" pile is now taller than me.
3) I secretly desire to write comedy and one day I will force myself to do stand-up but my delusions of inadequacy complicate the issue.
4) I sometimes experience "auditory hallucinations" that I call the "radio-in-my-head", think of it as an ipod with a programming director that hates me. Yesterday's top song: _Toxic_ by Britney Spears.
5) When I measure, I start at the base of the scrotum because I need the extra inch.

RE: 5 Things You don't know about Me

It's a two-faced, four-eyed pig |
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:13 am EST, Feb  1, 2007

For my first picture post I would like it to be something kick ass. So here's a picture of a pig w/ four eyes and two snouts.

It's a two-faced, four-eyed pig |

Today's Prayer to the Machine Gods
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:44 am EST, Nov 26, 2006

I'll admit to a bit of ancestor worship going on (take that babtist upbringing!)...

Oh Machine Gods on the High Councel of Turing,
elegant be thy designs.
Thy algorithm come.
Thy project be done,
on x86 as it is on PowerPC.
Give us this day our daily code,
and forgive us our build breaking check-ins,
as we forgive them of others.
And lead us not into management;
but deliver us from bad engineers.


Oh Machine Gods, grant me the serenity to accept the code I can not rewrite, the courage to rewrite the code I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

Today's Prayer to the Machine Gods

Goya Painting Stolen on Way to Guggenheim - New York Times
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:37 am EST, Nov 14, 2006

The painting was insured for only $1 million, the museums said. The insurer is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the recovery of the painting, they added. Their statement urged people with information about the theft to contact the Philadelphia division of the F.B.I. at (215) 418-4000.

Heist went down during the election week!

Goya Painting Stolen on Way to Guggenheim - New York Times

Politicians Sweep Midterm Elections
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:32 pm EST, Nov  8, 2006

WASHINGTON, DC—After months of aggressive campaigning and with nearly 99 percent of ballots counted, politicians were the big winners in Tuesday's midterm election, taking all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, retaining a majority with 100 out of 100 seats in the Senate, and pushing political candidates to victory in each of the 36 gubernatorial races up for grabs.

Politicians Sweep Midterm Elections

Medicaid Wants Citizenship Proof for Infant Care - New York Times
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:01 am EST, Nov  4, 2006

WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 — Under a new federal policy, children born in the United States to illegal immigrants with low incomes will no longer be automatically entitled to health insurance through Medicaid, Bush administration officials said Thursday.

Doctors and hospitals said the policy change would make it more difficult for such infants, who are United States citizens, to obtain health care needed in the first year of life.

Illegal immigrants are generally barred from Medicaid but can get coverage for treatment of emergency medical conditions, including labor and delivery.

In the past, once a woman received emergency care under Medicaid for the birth of a baby, the child was deemed eligible for coverage as well, and states had to cover the children for one year from the date of birth.

Under the new policy, an application must be filed for the child, and the parents must provide documents to prove the child’s citizenship.

The documentation requirements took effect in July, but some states have been slow to enforce them, and many doctors are only now becoming aware of the effects on newborns.

Obtaining a birth certificate can take weeks in some states, doctors said. Moreover, they said, illegal immigrant parents may be reluctant to go to a state welfare office to file applications because they fear contact with government agencies that could report their presence to immigration authorities.

Administration officials said the change was necessary under their reading of a new law, the Deficit Reduction Act, signed by President Bush in February. The law did not mention newborns, but generally tightened documentation requirements because some lawmakers were concerned that immigrants were fraudulently claiming United States citizenship to get Medicaid.

Rampant corruption, pork-barrel politics, and PUNISHING BABIES WHO ARE US CITIZENS BY THE CONSTITUTION...God, I fucking hate Republicans and this administration.

-janelane, don't bitch at me....they *are* one in the same

Medicaid Wants Citizenship Proof for Infant Care - New York Times

foremind : my pocketmac story
Topic: Miscellaneous 4:29 pm EDT, Sep  5, 2006

I have a blackberry.
I have a mac.

PocketMac is a program that lets me sync both of those things. It's a PITA to uninstall. This url teaches you the tricks. Basically you have to delete the following things:

/Library/Application Support/PocketMac
~/Library/Preferences/Pocket Excel Reader.plist


foremind : my pocketmac story

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