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October 10, 2008
-The only political ad worth watching
Kristen Bell is absolutely fracking adorable in this GAP Vote For ____ advertisement....
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October 03, 2008
-Comcast's new Data Usage Guessing Game is the last straw
On October 1, 2008, Comcast's new Acceptable Use Policy placed a 250 GB monthly transfer cap on their internet service. If you should exceed this limit your service could be...
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-Comcast's new Data Usage Guessing Game is the last straw
On October 1, 2008, Comcast's new Acceptable Use Policy placed a 250 GB monthly transfer cap on their internet service. If you should exceed this limit your service could be...
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July 21, 2008
-Identi.ca's licensing is naive and a deterrent
The hot topic today seems to be Identi.ca. Some people are dropping Twitter in favor it. I was even inspired to join identi.ca today but now I wish I didn't....
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July 16, 2008
-Drill here, drill now just isn't enough
Congress and the Administration need to get their act together and do more to lower gas, oil, and energy costs and fast. They're playing political games with our future, by...
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July 08, 2008
-iPhone 3G Launches Friday, But Don't Look For It In Vermont
Image details: Apple Introduces New iPhone At Worldwide Developers Conference served by picapp.comThanks to our greedy AG, there are no hopes of picking up an iPhone in Vermont this Friday....
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June 13, 2008
-Troubles for AT&T in Vermont?
The Burlington Free Press is reporting that the Vermonters will have to wait on AT&T Service today. You can thank the State's Attorney General, William Sorrell. A side-deal to the...
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February 05, 2008
-We're supposed to choose between only them?!
Democrats choose betweem Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama. John McCain and Mitt Romney are the best the Republicans have to offer. But when you get down to it, no matter...
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August 03, 2007
-Clam Shell Plastic Packages Need to be Banned
Consumerist has a post detailing a story about a guy that stabbed himself with an x-acto knife trying to open a plastic clam shell package. My colleague came to work...
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May 26, 2007
-Google forbids children to use it?!
Roger Browne is questioning a passage from Google's Terms of Service that reads: "Your use of Google’s ... web sites ... is subject to the terms of a legal agreement...
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May 25, 2007
-Fears Over Offending Holocaust Deniers Have Schools Skipping The Holocaust
News came today that some UK schools are avoiding teaching the Holocaust over fears of offending Muslims holocaust deniers. ...some teachers are dropping courses covering the Holocaust at the earliest...
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May 17, 2007
-New, Smart Approaches to Wind Power Needed
Ars Technica had a good story that you might have missed about a recently published report on Wind Power. The report highlighted three areas where guidance was sparse. Planning authorities...
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April 25, 2007
-The Vanity Of Candidates
John Edwards cares a lot about his appearance. I know this is not new but for those who haven't seen it, it's just too funny to not post. No additional...
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March 07, 2007
-Why I'm glad I don't live in the City of Burlington, VT
...and why I will no longer shop downtown: The City of Burlington has this idiotic No Idling ordinance: Burlington Code of Ordinances, Sec. 20-55 (e) No person shall leave idling...
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January 04, 2007
-Vermont to have cellular and WiFi access *everywhere* within the state!
digg_url = 'http://www.digg.com/politics/Vermont_to_have_cellular_WiFi_access_everywhere_within_the_state'; Vermont Governor Jim Douglas laid out very ambitious plans in his Inaugural Address, "The Vermont Way Forward," today. Amongst many of the compelling ideas he outlined...
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June 05, 2004
-Even when you are prepared you are still shocked when someone dies
The greatest president of the Twentieth Century, Ronald Reagan, has passed away. "All free people stand on Reagan's shoulders. His principled policies proved that free markets create wealth, that the...
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December 09, 2003
-Can Spam Act of 2003
The U.S. House of Representatives approved Congress' final version of the Can Spam Act of 2003, sending the landmark anti-spam legislation to the White House for President Bush's promised signature....
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October 29, 2003
-Hypocrite Oath
Dr. Dean, former Vermont Gov., must have taken the wrong oath when he became a doctor. He enjoys being a hypocrite so much that'll even change his own story a...
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September 12, 2003
-Oh Crap!
Jeffery Zeldman has a very interesting and scary item on IE, Flash, and patents: here comes trouble. Besides paying over half a billion dollars to the patent holder, Microsoft is...
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August 17, 2003
-Thinking out loud about the GPL (and the RIAA)
I am by no means an attorney but that hasn't every stopped me from having great interest in the law and participating in its reading and interpretation. Lately I've been...
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June 20, 2003
-haaahaaa haaahaaa haaaaa haaaaa
Paul Dean, Howard Dean's 17 year old son, was arrested this morning for allegedly being the 'wheel man' in a 'getaway car' for four friends that were breaking into the...
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April 09, 2003
-#politics IRC Chat
I've just started an IRC chat for blog owners and blog readers to discuss politics, the war on terrorism, and almost anything else you wish. Feel free to use the...
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March 25, 2003
-Buy A Gun For Michael Moore Day
Aaron the Liberal Slayer has come up with a Wonderful Idea, Buy A Gun For (to spite) Michael Moore Day. I already own three firearms and really don't see the...
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March 13, 2003
-Moran has some very good reasons for making his remarks
By Linda Chavez [via Jewish World Review] Despicably, a Democratic congressman recently blamed Jews for the impending war with Iraq. Rep. Jim Moran, who represents voters from the Virginia suburbs...
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February 25, 2003
-Whats wrong with this picture?
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January 07, 2003
-What happened to Honesty in Politics?
Today someone claiming to be with Tom Delay's office left a message for me at the bowling center. They said something along the lines of, I've been nominated for a...
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December 20, 2002
-Only The Government Can't Limit Speech
Many bloggers don't consider the legal implications of some of their posts or understand the hot water their words can get them into. If you think you are protected by...
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-"Screw You Guys, I'm taking my hood and I'm going home!"
As predicted by me here, Trent Lott redesigned his leadership position this morning. (I was only one day off, not bad eh.) The internal fight within the GOP isn't over....
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November 28, 2002
-Cal Thomas For President!
Cal Thomas' latest column, Put your hands up is a must read. Raise your right hand if you believe the official Saudi Arabian explanation for how money supposedly sent to...
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November 13, 2002
-Do you have your card yet?
Get yours at Right Wing News....
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November 06, 2002
-Republicans In Sight of A Sweep!
In other news.... James Carville finally realized where he belongs....
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November 04, 2002
-Ready the Lawyers! Tomorrow is the big day.
If you don't know by now what is special about tomorrow I'm not going to tell you. The big question is, does everyone know who to support and why. If...
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November 03, 2002
-Here is a quarter; now check this box here
Voter fraud has hit an all time low; The US Justice Department is aggressively investigating reports that some Wisconsin, Louisiana, Kentucky, Iowa, Rhode Island, and New York Democrats staged parties,...
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October 29, 2002
-Don't be tricked
http://gop.com/flash/nightmaresenate.htm...
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October 18, 2002
-You Pay...You Pay Now
I'm all for developing a National Missile Defense (just as long as it doesn't take money away from our other defensive and offensive military capabilities) but I think everyone is...
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October 16, 2002
-More BS BS
According to her web site, Barbra Streisand now thinks Saddam Hussein is the Iranian dictator: "A Republican/Conservative candidate trying with fading hopes to unseat respected Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy made...
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October 15, 2002
-Find a pen and a piece of paper
ZDNet is reporting, "The United States Copyright Office is launching a rare round of public comment on rules that bar people from breaking through digital copy-protection technology on works such...
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October 07, 2002
-Hollywood pushes to put Government spyware on your computer
The Consumer Broadband and Digital Television Promotion Act is a bill (S. 2048) proposed in Congress by Senators Fritz Hollings (D-SC) and Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), along with Senators Daniel Inouye...
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October 02, 2002
-No one is home! Go away!
Between 6:30 and 8 tonight four candidates for local offices like Town Board and State Representative separately stopped by my home soliciting votes. I really never liked this tactic that...
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September 26, 2002
-Give Up. Rethink Your Business Model
Leave it to the always brilliant John C. Dvorak to be the first to properly make a fully convincing argument against the music industry in his latest column, One Buck...
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