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Guest Bloggers

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On June 1, 2005
All, The regular LGM team will be in Las Vegas for the next several days attending to, er, professional responsibilities. We have asked Matt Duss of What is the War, Erik Loomis of Alterdestiny, and Iocaste of Fantasy Life to fill in for us. Thus, general blog quality should increase noticeably until Monday, when you […]
The Supreme Court today threw out the conviction of Arthur Andersen. It doesn’t seem likely that this will have a major impact on other Enron convictions; indeed, it’s possible that Andersen could still get convicted over a retrial. The unanimous decision threw out the conviction on the grounds of tendentious instructions to the jury which […]

One Year

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On May 31, 2005

On May 31, 2004, three University of Washington blowhards grew tired of spouting prepared rants at one another and decided to found a blog. For an address, they adopted the word “lefarkins,̶

Ozon

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On May 31, 2005

While I can understand why my county has the reputation of being a cultural wasteland, it should be noted that right here in bucolic, provincial Astoria the brilliant young French director Francois Oz

Noon continues to lead. LGM contributors now occupy last three spots in the standings. 1 Axis of Evel Knievel, d. noon 2178 2 Swinging At Space, K. Jepsen 2074 3 New Mexico Alterdestiny, E. Loomis 1999 4 The Spot, D. Watkins 1869 5 Oregon Bearded Duck, R. Farley 1790 6 Discpline And Punish, S. Lemieux […]

Memorial Day

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On May 30, 2005

My uncle died seven years before I was born. My uncle Patrick also served in Vietnam, and my father volunteered in 1965, but was turned away because of a minor heart defect. I would not say that my fa

That’s it. . .

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On May 29, 2005
No constitution for the EU. Might be able to pull it off without the UK, but France is critical. The Netherlands, another original EEC member, is also hostile. Frankly, I think it’s a bad decision. I can at least understand why the right doesn’t care for the EU; supra-nationalism has never been terribly popular on […]

Bubble

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On May 28, 2005

On Thursday, good old Neil Cavuto interviewed a pair of real estate CEOs on the potential existence of a housing bubble in the United States. Set aside, for a moment, the question of whether interview

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