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5/29/2004


Memorial Day Weekend.

I'm going to rest easy this weekend. Read these fun and interesting little tid bits. I will add to them when and if I feel up to it.

Reading Assignment: The History of Memorial Day.

Thank you to the men and women who serve(d) this country to protect our freedoms. Sometimes you sacrificed your time, family life and energy to serve this country. Others fought and gave their lives to protect America. Each gave us the freedom we love today. Thank you. There are no words to describe my gratitude.

    Memorial Day is much more than a three-day weekend that marks the beginning of summer. To many people, especially the nation's thousands of combat veterans, this day, which has a history stretching back all the way to the Civil War, is an important reminder of those who died in the service of their country.
(Thankful)

Read whatever grabs your attention.

1. War Games (Humor)

2. Shia Muslims gather in Washington to express their support for the Coalition in Iraq, and ideas for going forward. (Page 1 worthy)

3. Michael Moore is a big fat fat fat fat fat liar. Read "Michael Moore and Me" by Fred Barnes. (They never even met)

4. Boortz blog. Really good stuff. Check out the posting on " How to Hammer the Abu Ghraib Story" (zero BS here)

5. Bill Cosby is at it again. You go Bill. "Comedian Bill Cosby has declined to retract remarks that were highly critical of "the lower economic" African-Americans that he claims are willing to pay $500 for sneakers but not half that amount for educational tools." (Truth)

6. Gore Goes Ga-GA. By John Podhoretz.

    Gore's speech is the single craziest political performance of my lifetime, and I use the word "craziest" advisedly. The speech, at 6,600 words, was twice as long as Bush's address to the nation on Monday night. The indiscipline shown by the sheer endlessness of Gore's address is a reflection of the psychic morass in which he has become mired.
(Wonderful Op-Ed)

7. I'm a bit of a germaphobe. This story about resold underwear is enough to make me shudder for weeks. (*Shudder* Gross)

posted by: Brian Scott


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