Tuesday, April 11, 2006
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Is spam poetry happening or what!
Sunday, April 09, 2006
Customized Pump Cases
Monday, April 03, 2006
Sugar Keeps the Poor Poor and then...makes them even more poor
"In 1924, the mansions of Long Island's North Shore were still in their full glory, as was the political power of the class that owned them. When Gov. Al Smith of New York proposed building a system of parks on Long Island, the mansion owners were bitterly opposed. One baron -- Horace Havemeyer, the ''sultan of sugar'' -- warned that North Shore towns would be ''overrun with rabble from the city.'' ''Rabble?'' Smith said. ''That's me you're talking about.'' In the end New Yorkers got their parks, but it was close: the interests of a few hundred wealthy families nearly prevailed over those of New York City's middle class" - Paul Krugman, 2002
"We'll sue the pants off of them! And then sell them pants." - Mr. Show