Eric Florack on September 30th, 2003

About 15 homes and stores were vandalized over the weekend with graffiti attacking various religious, political and minority groups, police said Monday.
The graffiti was found early Sunday on upscale homes, two clothing retailers and a Pottery Barn store,

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Eric Florack on September 29th, 2003

Deb, over at Insomnomaniac, seems to have tapped into the feel of the country rather well, here. This passage is yet another reason to keep that Blog permlinked to my own.

….the Democratic party doesn’t want me as its

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Eric Florack on September 29th, 2003

George Plimpton, Robert Palmer, and now the third…. who, as it turns out, is Donald O’Connor.

I used to work at a Music Of Your Life station some years ago, and therein got an education on just what this

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Eric Florack on September 29th, 2003

Based on the current polling data, Grey-Out Davis will not be Gov of California soon.

I can’t say I’m displeased by this point.  Anyone will be better than Davis.
However, I still wish McClintock stood a chance, here. It’d be

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Eric Florack on September 29th, 2003

I know…this week’s BIT is should be up tonight.

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Eric Florack on September 26th, 2003

Almost before the echo died from my posting Robert Palmer’s story, Fox News is reporting that George Plimpton (search) has died.

That’s two….

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Eric Florack on September 26th, 2003

Word on the wire just now that Robert Palmer is dead in Paris from a heart attack at age 54.
Amazing, given that he did not, as far as I know engage in the excesses of Rock Stardom.
Palmer dies

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Eric Florack on September 25th, 2003

The so-called “Debate” out in California, last night, I mean. But hey, what the hell, this is California we’re talking about. Arnold proved he could give and take that garbage with the rest, and came off looking at least an

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Eric Florack on September 24th, 2003

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Eric Florack on September 24th, 2003

A story running in the NYTimes this morning, suggests that a recent Gallup poll has two thirds of Iraqis polled, like the idea that saddam is gone from power, and think it was all worth the trouble.

Interestingly enough, the

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Eric Florack on September 23rd, 2003

Oh, now, THIS is cute.

Cruz Bustamante has been ordered to return around $4million dollars in illegal donations. Thing is, it’s all been spent.

Explain to me why he’s still in office.
Explain to me why he’s not in jail.

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Eric Florack on September 23rd, 2003

I’ve about had it with the “Bush Lied” business.
Let’s call this what it is; THe Demorats are trying to sell us a bill of goods. They know it. Check their own words.

“One way or the other, we are

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Eric Florack on September 23rd, 2003

The 9th Circus has overturned itself, apparently. Unless the USSC gets involved, which I doubt, the election is on for the 7th.
(Full story)

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Eric Florack on September 22nd, 2003

According to an article published today in Annanova,

Violinist Martie Maguire told Spiegel magazine: “We don’t feel part of the country scene any longer, it can’t be our home any more.”

She said she was disappointed other country singers

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Eric Florack on September 21st, 2003

The New York Times, in a story about the California Recall, complained about the “mass disenfranchisement” that the story claimed happens when voters “in the counties stuck with punch cards are far more likely than other Californians to have their

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