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Sep. 12th, 2006

thanks, ragdoll, for posting this!

an interesting article by Keith Olbermann about 9/11 and our current administration.

work was aiight. i managed to stab myself in the knuckle with my box knife, but i SO asked for it. if you're opening little boxes of pens with a small box knife, there is zero need to go in flailing your arms as if you're wielding a machete in the overgrown amazon forest. and oh how i loved the feeling of knife bouncing off bone - YUM!

WEIRD people tonight, though i can't think of a single specific one.

i'm going upstairs to cleanse my wound now, and go to bed.

ooh, i dreamed last night that i was in love. i wasn't overly attracted to the man, but i cared for him deeply. he was older than me (about 40), and a police officer and hispanic.

brosely and i just discovered that you can't easily do a raspberry backwards.



Sep. 12th, 2006 01:11 pm (UTC)
I can't imagine trying to do a raspberry backwards.

I hope you knuckle heals.

Nice article, To quote a line from sneakers.. "too many secrets". There are too many fractions fighting over what to do with ground zero. Those that just want it to remain a whole in the New York landscape, those that feel we should build bigger and taller twin towers in their wake. those that feel that we should build just one tower.. to replace the two. there are those that want to leave it as is and not put up a memorial. There are those that want a memorial.

the problem is.. the president has not led us one direction or another about what to do about ground zero. I would have thought by now there would have at least been 'SOME' direction.
May. 8th, 2009 07:25 pm (UTC)
To this day, have they even decided what to do with it? I try to avoid watching the media. I also figure that anything they report is subject to change until encased in stone... and even then it would be open to interpretation.

I'm quite happy to report that between the time you posted your reply and the time that I got around to responding to it, I have actually SEEN Sneakers. MOST EXCELLENT MOVIE. I'm greatly saddened by the fact that I didn't get to partake in its awesomeness when it was originally released.


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