Thursday, September 1, 2005

Lunch: 9/1/2005

Try one of these specials with your lunch:

8 comments:

  1. A New Birth of Freedom

    Captain Ed at Captain's Quarters posts on the historic 25th Anniversary of the successful conclusion of the Gdansk Shipyard strikes in Poland.

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  2. Podcast 2: Inside the Astrodome

    Heidi has a report from inside the Astrodome, where she’s working as a volunteer. She tells me that the efforts are well-coordinated inside, with tons of volunteers, clothing, and water for the refugees. Listen to it all.
    Thanks to Basil for ...

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  3. George W. Bush Cut All Flood Control Funding!

    These WEBSITES appear to be phishing scams! Beware!

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  4. Operation Brotherly Love

    is in cooperation with the red cross here in our great state of Pennsylvania since this morning they have recieved more than 128 thousand dollars for the Hurricane relief

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  5. ACLU Sues Bush For 'Hurricanist' Remarks

    The ACLU has announced that they intend to file a lawsuit against President Bush over remarks he made in the days following Hurricane Katrina. In a statement released on August 28th, President Bush alternately referred to Katrina as a disaster

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  6. Do Not Rebuild New Orleans

    It is nuts to build a city below sea level, particularly when that city is parked next to a sea.

    Everyone in the nation wants to help New Orleans in its time of need. And I realize that relocating the city poses all sorts of problems, not the least ...

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  7. And where are my bedroom slippers?

    Ms. Swanson if you want better service, may I suggest a feather duster instead of a bedpost.

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  8. American Red Cross

    Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... It's Stop the ACLU Thursday, and Katrina Relief Day!

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