Friday, January 12, 2007

Things That Make Me Mad

Bush 41, Iran-Contra Conspiricist, to Lead Constitution Center George Herbert Walker Bush, 41st president of the United States, apparently has nothing to to at his mansion on the Maine Coast. He has just agreed to be the chairman of the board of the National Constitution Center on Independence Mall in Philadelphia. According to this article, the 82 year old could not be bothered to even attend his coronation ceremony. Will Bunch does a great job characterizing The Original Bush President's misdeeds. Bush 41, of course, is also the father of the doofus to the left. I just wish for once we could get a do-over. Anyone think the Supreme Court made the right decision in Gore v. Bush? Why do They Always Bring up Santa and The Snowballs? Some guy named Chris Rose from the New Orleans Times-Picayune came up to Philly to write about Philly fans. He did a pretty good job on balance, but can anyone tell me why Sportstalk 950's Gregg Henson had to bring up the Santa and Snowballs incident? For the record, I did talk to Rose on the radio this week. And yes, I accidentally used a word you can't use on the air. Gregg, Glenn, Meredith, I apologize. For the guys who asked me to post my rant, here is the basic theme: Folks from Philly love going to New Orleans. It's one of the few cities that we visit and say, jesus, Philly is better than this. Everyone have a great weekend and GO EAGLES!!!!!! Unsafe Searching As the above NY Times graphic above indicates, it's pretty easy to see what people on AOL (and probably Google and Yahoo) are searching for. In this article, the reporter didn't have to do too much work to figure out who the searcher in question was and contact her. Don't you feel safe now?


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Anonymous said...

The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution says, apparently, for "kicks," "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."