From the monthly archives:

March 2008

“Relax”

March 31, 2008

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Inside the Beltway

March 31, 2008

Got here this morning via 495 to Colesville Road. Heath Row is copy typing the thing at media diet. Good to see so many friends and acquaintances. Doc Searls asked Donna Edwards, et al. if we can fix congress like we fix dogs.

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Blue food…

March 30, 2008

Seeking blue crabs, bluefish, blue point oysters in the Fort Meade/Goddard/Greenbelt area. UPDATE: Drove until I was lost, passing strip mall after strip mall with pizza joints and sub shops, Denny’ses and Wendy’ses and a Chick Fil-A, a Ruby Tuesday’s, and a Chevy’s. No seafood. My criteria shifted to “less known franchise” and “tablecloth” (or [...]

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Twittering F2C

March 29, 2008

I’ve created a hashtag for Freedom to Connect. If you’re there and twittering tomorrow through Tuesday, use “hashtag” #f2c in your tweets and they’ll be aggregated here. (Clue: you have to “follow” http://twitter.com/hashtags in order to use the service.) endClue [tags]twitter, freedom to connect, f2c, hashtags, #f2c, faketwitter beta[/tags]

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Iraq War News and Analysis

March 28, 2008

Patrick Lang blogs at Sic Semper Tyrannis. Colonel W. Patrick Lang is a retired senior officer of U.S. Military Intelligence and U.S. Army Special Forces (The Green Berets). He served in the Department of Defense both as a serving officer and then as a member of the Defense Senior Executive Service for many years. He [...]

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Snowing

March 27, 2008

We’ve topped 100 inches of snowfall this year in the Madison area. The previous record snowfall was 76+ inches, set in 1978-79. The average snowfall is just over 49 inches. It’s snowing again today, but it’s Spring already, so to hell with it. I changed my header graphic in anticipation of April. (Flowers to report [...]

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Stranger things have happened…

March 26, 2008

…and haven’t I been the self absorbed so-and-so this week! We got more than 4000 American soldiers dead in Iraq (and almost 100 of our brave mercenary troopers!) We got over five years of continuous combat (but really less than five if you start counting since the Presidink said “Mission accomplished!) We got two war [...]

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Keen and mean… a broader reality

March 26, 2008

CRISTEN POWELL (b. 1979) is one of only six women to have won a national event title on the National Hot Rod Association circuit. She started racing when she was sixteen and has set several records since, frequently reaching speeds of over three hundred miles per hour. LOUISE BOURGEOIS (b. 1911) was born in Paris [...]

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