Monthly Archives: May 2004
It made for a different Sunday waking up at 6am to run (well…walk) the legendary 7.46miles Bay to Breakers race in SF. I already had a laughing fit as Natalie cruised down the street with her Super-Wasted costume and sat … Continue reading
Oh, and my last day of school forever was 3 days ago. And the golden years of college is whirring to an end. 4 years ago, I had expected this to be a period of dramatic upheaval, a boom, a … Continue reading
"Maybe it ain’t a sin. Maybe it’s just the way folks is. Maybe we been whippin’ the hell out of ourselves for nothin’…There ain’t no sin and there ain’t no virtue. There’s just stuff people do. It’s all part of … Continue reading
And I thought Singapore was bad.
Why You Should Never Put Your Picture On the Internet
Ah so…the economic root of Bush’s apparent what-the-hell? economic policies. ‘Twasn’t something we didn’t already hear about many many times over: reduce taxes for the rich, increase inequality. But the article spells it out in a nice succint un-esoteric manner.
Andy Rooney says it best: Am I the only one who’s tired of this election campaign already? I don’t know who the candidates think they’re talking to. The only ones who come to listen are people who were already going … Continue reading