Monthly Archives: November 2004

Eradicate the social harms of the Bush administration.

Excerpt from an interesting article on medical marijuana: The Bush administration argues that Congress has found no accepted medical use of marijuana and needs to be able to eradicate drug trafficking and its social harms. Eradicate drug trafficking? Social harms? … Continue reading

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Rock On

I just finished watching the recently remastered and released Star Wars episodes IV, V and VI back to back with my roommates. Go us! The LOTR marathon (extended director’s cuts, of course) in January is going to be insanity. 12 … Continue reading

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If they read my mind, they’ll all go blind.

“I’m sick of following my dreams, man. I’m just going to ask them where they’re going, and hook up with them later.” -Mitch Hedberg *** From Friday night (I didn’t have internet so I couldn’t post it): Ah. 5:52 AM. … Continue reading

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“I wouldn’t even tie my shoe laces without a backup plan.” -Heist

Tonight was great. It started by watching a movie called Monsoon Wedding with my T&C class across campus. The movie itself was the chronicle of an upper-class(or upper-caste, in the case) Indian (dots) wedding. The wedding and its traditions were … Continue reading

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Scene from The Waste Land

(Magritte’s The Lovers II) …The typist home at teatime, clears her breakfast, lights Her stove, and lays out food in tins. Out of the window perilously spread Her drying combinations touched by the sun’s last rays, On the divan are … Continue reading

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Blog 2.95: What’s new?

Heh. I suck. I just typed this post, and due to a slight error in my code, it went floating off to cyberspace. *tsk* Regardless… As I’m sure you’ve noticed, the Blog! interface has significantly changed. You will need to … Continue reading

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How to Handle Police when stopped

I went to an interesting session tonight on “how to survive police encounters” with content provided by the ACLU. Here’s a few of the interesting ideas and things I learned: Never lie to the police. Play the question game. Answer … Continue reading

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Link to an early beta of Blog 3.0:Blog beta It should make it easier to read things, at the very least.

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Tell you my mood? I dare not!

As a brief distraction from my homework: William Butler Yeats is generally considered to be the greatest 20th century poet of the English language. I find it humorous, then, that during one of the last letters he wrote, after receiving … Continue reading

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Excited for Firefox 1.0

Firefox 1.0 was released today. Mozilla.org is completely down, which doesn’t surprise me in the least. I downloaded my copy from http://mozilla.ussg.indiana.edu/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/1.0/win32/en-US/ For those of you still using Internet Explorer, Firefox offers a host of features which leaves Internet Explorer … Continue reading

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