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Wednesday, January 07, 2004

Money for Nothing and The Chicks for Free 

Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you Fredo Bush:

"Mr. Bush," said the attorney, Marshall Davis Brown, "you have to admit that it's a pretty remarkable thing for a man just to go to a hotel room door and open it and have a woman standing there and have sex with her."

"It was very unusual," Bush replied.

Actually, it wasn't that unusual. It happened at least three or four times during Bush's business trips to Asia, he said: "I don't remember the exact number."

"Were they prostitutes?" asked Brown.

"I don't -- I don't know," Neil replied.

"Did you pay them?"

"No."
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Nope. Not remarkable at all. I remember during my business travels it was occasionally factored into the hotel bill under "hospitality taxes".


GOTV efforts  

We have plans. Really. Stay tuned.

I'm Back 

Yes, I'm back.

I wish I had a good excuse, like a house fire that negated any Internet access. Oh wait. I do. But that's boring, so I've decided on the following:

a) I was searching for weapons of mass destruction,

b) I was briefly married to Britney Spears,

c) Michael Jackson hired me as a legal consultant,

d) The dog ate Blogger,

e) I was involved in the refinancing of the Kerry home,

f) I was too involved raising taxes, expanding government, drinking latte, eating Sushi, driving my Volvo, reading the New York Times (ok, that part's true) and loving Hollywood. OK, by "loving Hollywood", I am no way condoning the work of Jennifer Lopez, Jerry Bruckheimer, Carrot Top, any of the SNL-spinoffs (with the possible exception of Wayne's World and the Blues Brothers), Chevy Chase post-Goldie Hawn, Charlie Sheen and anything on Oxygen, We! or Lifetime.

So I've decided to link to this, instead. Click on it and then try to imagine what we would do to that country if they had pictures of wmd's on an Etch-A-Sketch.

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