Friday, August 29, 2003


This is Energy price thing is just bullshit:

FERC kept saying, 'It's supply and demand,' " said Paul L. Joskow, head of an energy policy group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The state kept saying that it was gouging. (story by By Peter Behr. I love Peter Behr. Washington Post Staff Writer , Sunday, August 24, 2003; Page A04 )[1]

Here is Jason's programming todo:
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quote from another blog:

matt and i also invented another game because i had a tennis ball in my car (which happens to be candy-cane striped). this game is called "dashboard tennis" (overseen by the DPTA, or dashboard professional tennis association). basically, you serve by rolling the ball up towards the middle of the windshield from your side of the car. then the curves of the road determine whether the ball goes off the other person's side (whereby you score a point). regular tennis rules. the driver has a real "home court" advantage in this game. the best part is when you get a really curvy road and serving becomes really important.


"The single most important issue on the minds of Ohioans right now is the economy," Denny White, chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party, said in a letter to Bush last week. "Your failed economic policies have had a devastating effect on our state. Since you took office in January of 2001, Ohio has lost 137,200 jobs. The unemployment rate in Ohio has gone from 4.0 to 6.3 percent, with 7,900 jobs lost just this year."

"The president's economic strategy of tax cuts to the wealthiest 1 percent combined with an aggressive foreign policy will make it impossible for our economy to recover and will lead to continued cuts in important domestic needs," said Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, who is running for the Democratic presidential nomination. "Of all days to use Ohio as a political backdrop, the president - no friend of working people - has chosen Labor Day. I hope his tour of the state will include the empty factories and bankrupt corporations."

Parson, a 6-foot-4, 320-pound high school senior from Hopkins, spoke only in response to questions from the judge. He wore a T-shirt that read ``Big Daddy'' on the front and ``Big and Bad'' with a grizzly bear on the back. He sported metal stud under his lip and his hair was dyed blond on top and shaved close around the sides and back.[2]

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