Monthly Archives: October 2006

Peak Oil

Oz, over at Earth Family Alpha, has a great post about peak oil. Peak a Boo Just in case you aren’t scared out of your PJs enough already,Here is a headline from Reuters that is fitting for the day. World … finish reading Peak Oil

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Call to Action

This is a call to action against mexican consulates all over the country.By a friend and companer@ October 28th, 2006 – This is a call to action to remember Brad, show solidarity with the teachers and protesters of Oaxaca, and … finish reading Call to Action

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TT – … And Politics

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TT* – Torture, War, Peace, …

* Note: TT = (car)Toon Tuesday

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Eeeewwwwww ….

Is it the tie, or the pale lavender jacket, or … ? Can’t quite put a finger …

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Reminders

A couple of events are coming up this weekend. We announced them early, so wanted to do a “bf” for you. AND Funeral March to Protest the War in Iraq – Austin, TXDate: Saturday, Nov. 4th, 1 -3 pm. Rain … finish reading Reminders

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Who Will Prosecute These Misdeeds?

U.S. blunders in reconstructing Iraq are staggeringBy Trudy RubinInquirer Columnist I often recall a meeting in October 2003 in Baghdad with an Iraqi engineer who had a master’s from Ball State University and loved America. He wanted to talk to … finish reading Who Will Prosecute These Misdeeds?

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We Stand For Freedom of Expression

“Call to Bloggers” to stand up for freedom ahead of world meeting on future of InternetUrgent appeal for Iranian blogger held incommunicado Amnesty International today issued a ‘Call to Bloggers’, asking them to get online and stand up for freedom … finish reading We Stand For Freedom of Expression

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Cuba and Venezuela from Bloomberg

Castro’s Doctors-for-Oil Swap With Chavez Bolsters Bush’s Foes By Guillermo Parra-Bernal Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) — By 10 p.m. on most nights, the sea wall alongside Havana’s main drag, El Malecon, a 10-kilometer- long highway bordering the sea, is standing room … finish reading Cuba and Venezuela from Bloomberg

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The ‘One Square Inch’ Project

A quiet battle against noise2006-10-29by LEAH LEACH JOYCE — Gordon Hempton listened all over the world for silence. The quietest spot he found was close to home. A three-mile walk into the Hoh Rain Forest takes him to a place … finish reading The ‘One Square Inch’ Project

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MM* – No Bravery

We had a link to this movie quite awhile ago, but didn’t have the YouTube version which has since become available. We thought it worth doing a re-run, in case you missed the first showing. This is James Blunt singing … finish reading MM* – No Bravery

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Brilliant Isn’t A Good Enough Word

Go hang a salami, I’m a lasagna hog! Thanks to Weird Al.

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