Friday, November 18, 2005

Covered Dish Supper: 11/18/2005

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  1. Tony Bennett Reclaims Heart From San Francisco

    "I can't see leaving my heart in a place that has no heart of it's own,"
    the famous crooner lamented.

  2. Gamma watch

    Four weeks after Hurricane Wilma we are warily watching Tropical Storm Gamma. Gamma is taking an all too familiar path much like Wilma. The five day forecast map shows the storm passing through Palm Beach County.

  3. Purple Haze

    Here is something different: the BBC reports on the democratization of the Middle East, ranking 20 countries.
    No. 1 is 57-year-old Israel for the 57th consecutive year. It is followed by Lebanon and Morocco with Iraq in fourth place.
    Palestine has ...

  4. The Spread of Propaganda

    What happens when supposed leaders in this country start spouting about how they were lied to, how we are losing the war, how we have to pull out because Iraq is collapsing...

  5. Libs: Praise The Vets Next Year

    Was I alone in noticing the political divide over Veterans Day in the blogosphere? Dozens of tributes to veterans were on the right side. I had 46 links. On the left? A few people bitching about Bush's Veterans Day speech. Can we have at least one da...

  6. God Bless You, Mr. Bin Laden

    An Australian newspaper published an interview with Kurt Vonnegut in which he praised suicide bombers:
    "They are dying for their own self-respect. It's a terrible thing to deprive someone of their self-respect. It's like your culture is nothing, y...

  7. God Bless You, Mr. Bin Laden



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