Month: September 2005

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The web security team at The New York Times need to do a better job of protecting what’s left of that institution’s shattered reputation. Their plan, to put their most embarrassing writers in a place no one would look, won’t work if these leaks persist. The Editors were the victims of such a leak, that […]

Save Habeas Corpus

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On September 30, 2005
Kevin Drum links to this terrific article about the Streamlined Procedures Act, which would severely restrict habeas corpus rights that go back to that dangerous piece of judicial activism the Magna Carta, and restricts federal oversight although the appointed federal courts have always been more reliable than elected state courts where criminal justice is concerned. […]

Memes!

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On September 30, 2005

I have been lax in my responding-to-memes responsibilities, so given that I’ve been tagged by Lindsay I’d better submit what I’ve read of the 100 banned books list: The Chocolate War

Big Papi!

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On September 29, 2005

Nice to come home just in time for the winning single. Thank Jeebus–it was looking like a strong possibility of the Pinstriped Douchebags in the playoffs without even a dramatic Sunday game to c

Final Days

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On September 29, 2005
Dave Noon has taken a commanding lead in the second half LGM Baseball Challenge. Barring a stunning five days from Loomis, Noon will take the prize, which is, of course, a free year long subscription to LGM. Noon has also retaken the lead in the full year challenge. The full year prize is an all-expenses […]
Ah, much to the dismay of this Yankee-hater, the Tribe somehow manged to be shut out by the pitching-like stylings of Mr. Seth McClung this evening. And the Red Sox are also choking–I think it must be the curse of Curt Schilling’s Schilling for Bush. Gad, the Yankees may have this wrapped up before Sunday… […]
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