If you look over to the left column, about halfway down you'll find the Terror Alert Banana, synchronized to the Homeland Defense's alert status via constant satellite downlink through an encrypted NORAD relay. Or something. Whatever. Never let it be said that I don't keep MY ear to the tracks.
Friday, Feb 20th 2004 (12:57am)
It's election year, and it's time to think about who we can trust in the White House for the next term. If you want America to rock the world instead of just shoving it around (like we have been of late), this time around vote Dio!
Thursday, Feb 12th 2004 (6:24am)
Although talking with an American accent is likely to get you shot in 90 percent of the world these days, it'll open a lot of doors for ya if you're actually in the States - so learn how to talk right.
Monday, Jan 26th 2004 (6:41am)
With the 2004 campaign season heating up, many people are asking important questions about the issues. But people on the Internet apparently have no use for important questions, turning instead to this one: Which public figure looks the most like Skeletor?
Thursday, Sep 18th 2003 (7:34am)
John came to us from 2036 to try and solve a UNIX failure in 2038, and spent a good amount of time on a message board answering questions and offering insights on the nature of time, war, and the America of the future. Whether it's true or not, it's fascinating and evocative reading.
Saturday, Sep 6th 2003 (12:03pm)
After tireless nights spent memorizing American history and the names of your thieving Congressmen and Senators you have been granted official membership in one of the most prestigious and elite countries in the world. Along with your newly found status you now qualify for many hidden benefits that you had no idea existed.
Wednesday, Aug 13th 2003 (5:24pm)
There's an ugly concensus among other countries that America lives in its own little dream world, with a very skewed perception of the world about us. This document proves how wrong everybody is about us.
Monday, Mar 10th 2003 (12:18am)
Forty-nine percent of Americans believe the First Amendment goes too far and is impeding the government's effort in the war against terrorists, according to a new poll by the University of Connecticut's Center for Survey Research and Analysis conducted for the Arlington, VA-based First Amendment Center.
Monday, Sep 2nd 2002 (1:39pm)
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