It's in stock (look right):

Today I have to settle up some bills, put together COBM.CA member cards and member packages, work on a track for the IAM CD, and work on a project called iam.bored (you'll see)… I'm looking forward to all but the first. I can't wait to get out of the city where my insurance will drop in half…

An interesting thing about this “war” is that the government is admitting doing some crazy things… Everything from bombing old age homes and hospitals, to using torture and drugs to get confessions out of witnesses held in domestic prisons… And many of their activities are truly confusing — for example, they are currently developing even stronger versions of Anthrax “to test out the vaccines”.

Assuming it's not just Hallmark behind this conflict, evidence is mounting that the CIA was involved. I know I linked to this a few days ago, but remember how some people were doing stock trades that made it clear they knew something was going down at the WTC on the 11th? Because the markets stayed closed, they were not able to grab their money before attention was drawn, but they finally traced the money trail back… If you'd like a full explanation of how this worked, and how the CIA was potentially involved, click here.

Florida has been passing some kooky bills lately — things like bills that force children to say the pledge of allegiance every day with their hand over their hearts and stuff like that. I'm sure it's good to be patriotic, but you can't force someone to be a patriot… The end result of this will be the opposite. Chris Smith (D-Fort Lauderdale) said, “What's next? We pass a bill that says you have to tattoo a flag on your butt?”

Math time. In Y2K, the US government spent $547 billion on the military. That doesn't include the CIA, FBI, and other programs. Let's round the number up to $800 billion (and I'm sure it's more). That's roughy $10 per day per person in taxes devoted purely to military strength. If that number were cut in half, could the US provide free healthcare, and education right on up through university to everyone? Well, you decide which is more important…

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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