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COIT
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Copy Products
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Roadrunner
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Foundations: San Antonio, Austin, Laredo
210 645-6811

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Mon Aug 15 2005 New page ready around 10am Mon-Fri
2.3 million hits July
Passed a million hits for August on 8/9

 

Ten-Foot Poll on Military Funerals---RESULT
posted 10a Fri 8/12 - 7p Sun 8/14/2005
From USA Today: "President Bush ... has not attended any funeral for any of the 1,840 servicemen and women killed in Iraq
It's his business and I'm not critical
768-
53%
It makes me think less of Mr. Bush
669-
47%
Total vote 1437-


 

IGNORE CINDY SHEEHAN!
Look Over Here!

Bush plans bike ride with Armstrong at ranch

Austin American Statesman
Cindy Sheehan blog
 
 
   

 

Deborah Mathews
reporting for The Lone Star Iconoclast

UPDATES ON CINDY SHEEHAN VISIT TO CRAWFORD
Sunday, Aug. 14, 2005
10:15 a.m.
SHOTS FIRED!

Crawford rancher Credit: Lone Star Iconoclast

Deborah Mathews reporting for The Iconoclast.

Reporter: Larry, why did you shoot the gun?

Mr. Mattlage: Well, I’m getting ready for dove season and you all are still gonna’ be here, I’m practicin’.

Reporter: Was there another message involved in the gunshot?

Mr. Mattlage: You figure it out for yourself.

Reporter: Are there any laws . . .

Mr. Mattlage: No, in Texas, you can shoot . . I ain’t threating nobody. I ain’t pointing a gun at nobody. This is Texas!

Reporter: What do you want them to do Larry?

Mr. Mattlage: Well these people don’t know what to do (pointing at the sheriff and the Secret Service)

Reporter: What do you want them to do?

Mr. Mattlage: When they first came out here, I was sympathetic to their cause, right. They as American citizens have a right to march to protest. It is like this—it’s like having company, if you have your brother-in-law at your house for five days, wouldn’t it start stinking after a while. You are ready for him to go home, aren’t you? Five weeks of this is too much. We live here. It’s our community.

Antiwar sentiment gets champion
Cindy Sheehan's vigil outside Bush's Texas ranch brings focus to a largely unseen and ineffective movement


RESULT
Ten-Foot Poll on Arts Funding
59%
= No tax money should support "art" that cannot support itself

San Antonio's website has a link to this year's proposed city budget


 

Cartoon: pulling strings

Outrageous jury awards: pure fiction
Merv Grazinski set his Winnebago on cruise control, slid away from the wheel and went back to fix a cup of coffee. You can guess what happened next: The rudderless, driverless Winnebago crashed.

PAUL KRUGMAN
Social Security "reform" campaign slips away
"...the campaign for privatization provided an object lesson in how the administration sells its policies: by misrepresenting its goals, lying about the facts and abusing its control of government agencies. These were the same tactics used to sell both tax cuts and the Iraq war."


Hotels dumb down alarm clocks for guests

How difficult can setting an alarm clock be? That's a question of much interest in the hotel industry.

Web access may be as close as an electrical outlet
With the right investments, Broadband over Power Lines (BPL) could catch on as an alternative to cable and DSL.

Cyprus plane crash victims "frozen solid"
Most of the bodies recovered from the Cypriot plane that crashed into a mountain near Athens with 121 people on board were "frozen solid," a Greek Defense Ministry source said on Monday.

Editors ask "Why only BAD news from Iraq?"
"The main obstacle we face," he said, "is the severe limitation on our movement and our ability to get out and report. It's very confining for our staff to go into Baghdad and have to spend most of their time on the fifth floor of the Palestine Hotel," which is home to most of the press corps.

 

 

Army recruiters offer free tank of gas cartoon

Deejays' dog-drowning stunt brings complaints

Editor & Publisher
WP newsman criticizes paper's sponsorship of Pentagon bash

Washington Post science writer Rick Weiss says: "It is dismaying, to say the least, that I can be fired for participating in a peace march while my employer feels free to co-sponsor an event that so blatantly beats the drum of war."

Town sign
"Stop stealing our F**king signs'

Cartoon $3 gas

Bigger breasts could become a pain for Britain's women
The breasts of Britain's women have grown by a cup-size in the past decade and could be changing the shape of the female spine, according to new research.

Check-up battery powered by urine
A paper battery that generates electricity from urine has been developed by scientists in Singapore to provide a new way to have a medical check-up.

Paula Abdul
American Idol probe ends, Paula Abdul gets to stay

MIT student working on cell phone Jerk-O-Meter
For now, the Jerk-O-Meter is set up to monitor the user's end of the conversation. If his attention is straying, a message pops up on the phone that warns, "Don't be a jerk!" or "Be a little nicer now."

 

Cartoon priest sex

Slinky turns 60

Lotto winners go from riches to rags

Homeless man evicted from home he dug underground

Montana steps carefully because of toad invasion

Click here to see jetliner struck by lightning

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