From the monthly archives:

October 2004

I’ve Ridden In This Buggy

October 31, 2004

Dean’s 15 year old 300,000 mile plus Honda Accord bit the dust. Lucky for all concerned he didn’t plunge off the parkway into the river or something. When I rode in that car I thought that all that held it together was cigar smoke and perhaps some baling wire. Looks like the baling wire gave out. It’s been a bad season all around for Dean, but things are bound to look up. Bad stuff happens in threes.

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A Brief Time of History

October 31, 2004

From the Independent:

Stephen Hawking, Britain’s most eminent scientist, has become the latest prominent opponent of the Iraq war by agreeing to take the lead role in a ceremonial protest to coincide with the United States presidential election.

Peace protesters will gather in Trafalgar Square at 5pm on Tuesday, where they will read out the names of 5,000 Iraqi men, women and children known to have died in the conflict.

The full death toll was put last week as high as 100,000.

Playwrights Harold Pinter and David Hare, actress Juliet Stevenson, the Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, and relatives of British soldiers killed in action in Iraq have all agreed to take part.

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