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Saturday, September 25, 2004

My Way News: "Beyond the tired cliches and sperm-and-egg basics taught in grade school science class, researchers are discovering that men and women are even more different than anyone realized."
My, my, my! Ain't that sumpin? Maybe that is why they are supposed be be silent in church.
My Way News: "CBS News spokeswoman Kelli Edwards would not elaborate on why the timing of the Iraq report was considered inappropriate."
Yes, Lying is always inappropriate.

Friday, September 24, 2004

Anne Bayefsky on the U.N. and Terrorism on National Review Online: "Three years after resolution 1373 was passed, the U.N. still can't even define terrorism. Member states are essentially divided into two camps. In one corner is the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) composed of 56 states insisting that terrorism excludes the 'armed struggle for liberation and self-determination.' More precisely, blowing up Israelis of all ages in cafes, synagogues, buses, and discotheques is considered legitimate. In the other corner is the rest of the world."
Mona Charen: The reckoning: "In 2004, the jig is up. Vietnam veterans who have seethed for decades about Kerry's treachery are getting their licks in. Kerry's lies (such as the shameful declaration that the memory of being in Cambodia in 1968 'is seared in me') have been exposed. Kerry's grotesque and deceitful 1971 testimony before the United States Senate about the war -- calling American soldiers 'monsters' -- has been remembered.

"How does this connect to Dan Rather? Aside from Kerry, there is no man more responsible for libeling Vietnam veterans and derivatively, America, than Dan Rather. As B.G. Burkett and Glenna Whitley document in 'Stolen Valor' (must reading), Rather produced a program for CBS in 1988 called 'The Wall Within' (see 'The First Rathergate' by Anne Morse in National Review Online). "
Yes, indeed.
Ben Shapiro: CBS: the biggest scandal since Watergate: "Only the Watergate scandal compares in magnitude to this CBS scandal in the pantheon of influential political events. Watergate ousted Richard Nixon, ushered in a period of distrust in the presidency and provided the culmination to a decade of irresponsibility and moral decline. But most of all, Watergate changed the face of the media forever.

"During the Vietnam War, the mainstream media realized its power. During the Nixon administration, the media turned from objective observers into firebrand crusaders. As historian Paul Johnson puts it, 'the electoral verdict of 1972 was overturned by what might be described as a media putsch. The 'imperial presidency' was replaced by the 'imperial press.''"
Neal Boortz: Asleep at the wheel: "Frankly, I�m scared to death.
I think that it would be a safe bet to say that somewhere around 35 to 40% of the voters who manage to find their way to the polling place on November 2nd are going to be voting with one thought in mind: Which one of the people on this ballot will take the most money away from people I don't particularly like and then either give that money to or spend that money on me. If you want to talk about suppressing the vote -- these are the people I would like to see locked in their homes on Election Day."
FYI. Great article.
Mark Alexander: John Kerry, Useful Idiot: "'I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents....'
--James Madison

Nineteenth-century historian Alexis de Tocqueville once observed, 'Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word: equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.'"
A most perceptive read.
WorldNetDaily: Egypt bans Madonna after Israel visit: "Egypt has issued an order barring pop star Madonna from entering the country because she visited Israel. "
Aw, shucks! Madonna is getting into bed [forgive the metaphor] with the Episcopalians and Presbyterians USA:

"Leaders of the Anglican Church, which in the U.S. includes the Episcopal Church, USA, are preparing to follow in the footsteps of the Presbyterian Church, USA, which incurred widespread condemnation this summer when it voted to side with the Palestinians and economically divest from the Jewish state." Click Here - Man who swore Bush into Air Guard speaks out: "Bush and the others were flying several flights day or night over the Gulf of Mexico to identify the unknown,'' he said. 'The Cold War was a nervous time. You never knew. There were other things going on equally important to the country, and the Air National Guard had a primary role in it.''

"Morrisey said the commander he worked for at the unit in Texas was sent there to rebuild the image of the unit. There were only two to four pilot training slots given to them per year, he said. Individuals questioned by an evaluation board and then chosen by the commander had to be the best.

" 'Bush was selected and he turned out just fine,'' he said."
British Animal-Rights 'Hit List' Targets Children -- Is America Next?: "The London Sunday Times reports that a 'secret hitlist' containing the names of more than 150 people is being quietly circulated among animal rights leaders in the United Kingdom. The five-page 'cracker list' gives the addresses and phone numbers of targeted individuals, and directs activists to a website that outlines techniques for violent attacks. 'Whatever you do,' the document advises, 'just do it and show them no mercy.' Incredibly, the list includes the names of 21 children. "
FYI. The animal nazis mean business.
The Art Of Losing Friends ( "Of all our allies in the world, which is the only one to have joined the United States in the foxhole in every war in the past 100 years? Not Britain, not Canada, certainly not France. The answer is Australia. "
This is one of our best friends that Kerry denigrates. Shame! Shame!
OpinionJournal - Extra: "With the scandal at CBS still festering, questions are being raised about whether a felony was committed when the network broadcast apparently forged memos in an attempt to discredit George W. Bush. Yesterday, the chairman of CBS's parent company chose Hong Kong as a place to drop a little bomb. Sumner Redstone, who calls himself a 'liberal Democrat,' said he's supporting President Bush."

"Mr. Redstone's unexpected declaration came at a time when an unwelcome spotlight is directed at him and his board because of the CBS airing of what everyone now believes was a fake memo alleging that Mr. Bush shirked his duties three decades ago in the Texas Air National Guard. On Tuesday, Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie alleged a leftist bias at Viacom. While it was well known that Mary Mapes, the producer who did most of the reporting on the memos, is a liberal, and that anchorman Dan Rather, has always been much tougher on Republicans, the Viacom board had heretofore remained in the background."
O well. When it gets hot, run for cover. How can you say we are prejudiced if our chairman supports Bush? Pretty neat, don't you think? But we'll take it.
New York Post Online Edition: postopinion: "In WWII, broadcasts from Tokyo Rose in Japan and from Axis Sally in Germany warned our troops that their lives were being squandered in vain, that they were dying for big business and 'the Jew' Roosevelt.
Today, we have a presidential candidate, the conscienceless Sen. John Kerry, doing the work of the enemy propagandists of yesteryear. "
But what is new? Kerry, Fonda, Baez and those who fled to Canada were traitors in the sixties, and they have not repented nor made it right with the American people. Baez and Fonda retracted some of their extreme language, but not the substance, and Kerry has not even done that.

Treason is like a dead carcass. If not cleaned up will continue to rot and become even more stinky. Welcome to campaign 2004.
DRUDGE REPORT FLASH 2004�: "'The EU may indeed split. But a split need not be a dis-aster. It could lead to a multi-layered EU in which different countries adopt different levels of political integration and experiment with different economic models.'

However, the magazine added that there was also the potential for a 'darker' out-come. 'A split could cause Europe once again to divide into rival power blocks. 'That could threaten what most agree is the Union's central achievement - peace in Europe.'"
This is exactly why it will not ultimately succeed. It is an attempt to build a tower to heaven, to bring in a millenium of unity and peace. This denies the Cross of Christ, exalts man above God, denies the presence of evil and the necessity for conflict with it until the Lord God brings in everlasting peace through His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. It will not succeed because the decree has already gone forth, "Babylon is fallen, is fallen!" How much blood has been shed, how much burning and raping and looting and murder and hatred has been foster by this harlot woman and the end is not yet!

Heidelberg Catechism:

Q32: But why are you called a Christian?
A32: Because by faith I am a member of Christ [1] and thus a partaker of His anointing,[2] in order that I also may confess His Name,[3] may present myself a living sacrifice of thankfulness to Him,[4] and with a free conscience may fight against sin and the devil in this life,[5] and hereafter in eternity reign with Him over all creatures.[6]

Q127: What is the sixth petition? [of the Lord's Prayer]
A127: And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil; that is, since we are so weak in ourselves that we cannot stand a moment,[1] and besides, our deadly enemies, the devil,[2] the world,[3] and our own flesh, [4] assail us without ceasing, be pleased to preserve and strengthen us by the power of Thy Holy Spirit, that we may make firm stand against them and not be overcome in this spiritual warfare,[5] until finally complete victory is ours.[6]

Thursday, September 23, 2004

STLtoday - News - Editorial / Commentary: "Today's Islamist-fascist threat is only slightly different from those of the past, donning a particular religious cloak to achieve the same goals of subjugation and bellicosity. Germans fought for the master race, fuehrer, fatherland and the thousand-year Reich. The Japanese fought for the Emperor and the supremacy of the Japanese race. Soviets fought for the triumph of international communism over self-destructive capitalism. Their unspeakable atrocities killed tens, perhaps hundreds, of millions."
Bush is a president in a long line of great American leaders, some Republican like Lincoln, T. Roosevelt and Ronald Reagon, some Democrats like FDR, Harry Truman, and JFK who believed in America's dream of liberty and hope.
In the Media: "When U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan opined last week to the BBC that the U.S.-led overthrow of Saddam Hussein had been 'illegal,' two words came instantly to my mind: baby food.
No, I'm not comparing Mr. Annan's thoughts to pabulum. He is a smart man, adept enough that even in his BBC moment of condemning the U.S. (perhaps mindful that the U.S. is the U.N.'s chief financial backer) he took the trouble to blur responsibility for his own words, amending his use of 'I' to the royal 'we.' Said Mr. Annan: 'From our point of view, from the charter point of view, it was illegal.'
It's unclear exactly whose collective view Mr. Annan thinks he was authorized to express, or under what terms in the U.N. charter he casts himself on some occasions as the hapless servant of the Security Council, and at other times, such as this, as the outspoken chief judge of world law.
But if Mr. Annan wants to discuss right and wrong in Iraq, which seems to be the real issue, then it is time to talk about baby formula. Why? Because Mr. Annan's preferred means of dealing with Saddam was a mix of U.N. sanctions and the U.N. relief program called Oil-for-Food. And the heart and soul of Oil-for-Food was supposed to be the feeding of sick and hungry Iraqi babies--including the purchase by Saddam, under U.N. auspices, of large amounts of baby formula. When Oil-for-Food was launched in 1996, it was advertised by the U.N. as a response to such horrors as pictures of starving Iraqi children and alarming statistics about infant mortality in Iraq, released by one of the U.N.'s own agencies, Unicef. "
Excellent: from the Wall Street Journal.
Mike S. Adams: Margaret Sanger: Intellectual moron

"Of course, laughing at Margaret Sanger becomes impossible when one gets into Sanger’s ideas about uprooting “human weeds” and establishing work camps for the 'unfit.' In 1937, Sanger gave a speech on behalf of those “too inarticulate to speak for themselves.” In her speech, she said the following about blocking the procreation of so-called undesirables:

"'(It) makes possible the spread of scientific knowledge of the elements of sound breeding. It makes possible the creation of a new race; a new generation brought into this world consciously conceived. It makes possible the breeding out of human weeds-the defective and criminal classes-(and) the breeding in of the clean, strong and fit instruments to carry the torch of human destiny.'

"Margaret Sanger’s following two-step plan (which she proposed to the U.S. Congress) to establish a “Parliament of Population” is also well-documented in the pages of Intellectual Morons:

"1. To 'control the intake and output of morons (apparently excluding Sanger), mental defectives, epileptics.'
2. To 'take an inventory of the secondary group such as illiterates, paupers, unemployables, criminals, prostitutes, dope-fiends; classify them in special departments under government medical protection, and segregate them on farms…'

"Sanger then went on to summarize her plea to Congress by saying that “fifteen or twenty millions of our population would then be organized into soldiers of defense-defending the unborn against their own disabilities.”
This is the woman who gave us Planned Parenthood. If you are under the impression that liberals protect liberty and freedom, then you ought to listen to Kerry's vicious attack on the President of Iraq today.
Loose cannons undermining Kerry: "High-level Democrats, including some inside the Kerry campaign, were appalled by this week's political sideshow. Just as John Kerry began finding his voice on Iraq, he was in danger of being drowned out by Democratic operatives Joe Lockhart and Terry McAuliffe. But the Democratic presidential candidate had only himself to blame."
This is the triumph of Lockhart and McAulliffe, who are setting the stage for Hillary in 2008. This first act is to make sure that Kerry doesn't win in 2004. The addition of the Clinton partisans to Kerry's campaign was the beginning of the end for his campaign.
ThisisLondon: "Sir Elton John branded photographers in Taiwan 'rude, vile pigs' today in a furious airport bust-up.
The star arrived in the country to play a concert, the last date in his tour of the Far East."
The left and their pervert stars are cracking up.
News: "BRUSSELS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin voiced misgivings on Thursday about Turkey joining the EU, asking if Europe really wanted 'the river of Islam to enter the riverbed of secularism.'

His comments to the Wall Street Journal Europe put a spotlight on differences between French President Jacques Chirac, who has backed Turkey's membership bid, and his own Union for a Popular Movement (UMP), which is totally opposed. "
Are some Frenchmen getting smarter, or are they scared to death?

Wednesday, September 22, 2004 Inside Cover Story: "The Sun notes that Viacom's chairman and chief executive, Sumner Redstone, for example, is a self-described 'liberal Democrat' who has been 'a prolific donor to Democratic campaigns.'

"Moreover, of Viacom's 13 board members, fully eight contribute primarily to Democratic candidates and party committees, while another two other members of the board, Joseph Califano and William Cohen, both held Cabinet posts under Democratic presidents."
Viacom owns CBS. 'Nuff said? Are there any questions, children?
New York Post Online Edition: postopinion: "Even Woodward and Bernstein wouldn't have done that. In fact, in 'All the President's Men' they write of angrily spurning a request from the McGovern campaign for an advance on the next day's 'hot' Watergate story, saying it would undermine their credibility to show partisanship.

"Which is why journalists at other networks fear they may end up catching the flak for CBS's sin. Those who have long been convinced of a liberal bias in journalism have found their smoking gun -- and those who were undecided may now be asking themselves some serious questions.

"How CBS reacts is important, too. Its initial response, claiming only that Rather & Co. were 'misled' about the documents' origins, is hardly the kind of mea culpa other news organizations have responded with in similar situations. (In fact, Rather yesterday told The Chicago Tribune he still doesn't think they were forgeries.) "
There needs to be a complete housecleaning at CBS to get the smell. Scraping the walls wouldn't do it, probably.
Public schools no place for teachers' kids - The Washington Times: Nation/Politics - September 22, 2004: "More than 25 percent of public school teachers in Washington and Baltimore send their children to private schools, a new study reports. "
So what's new. This was true more than forty years ago when I helped open a new Christian school in Anderson, California, in the days before the rush to private education. Public school teachers were the largest professional group of parents who placed their children in our school, and it remained the case for the twenty five years I was there.

This is a greater scandal than big tobacco. What have the professional teachers known, and how long have the professionals in public school known? The states have been serving up worse poison than big tobacco, and more junk than the fast food industry. Where is a fast talking trial lawyer when you need one?

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

David Limbaugh: Just A Few More Questions, Sen. Kerry: "If Iraq did not constitute a significant threat to the United States and did not have ties to Al Qaeda, Senator, as you also said in your speech, then precisely what did you think the president should threaten Saddam about? And if indeed Saddam was no threat, why did you insist on imposing all those meaningless pre-war conditions on the president? If, as you say, the war was a mistake, there is no purpose in those pre-war conditions or threats. "
This is a first rate column by David Limbaugh, the brother of the famous talk-show host. Read it. After you have done so, if you still have any thought that Kerry has finally found a respectable position on Iraq, you are beyond the help of reason.
News - Gore Sees Sense in Boosting Power - The St. Petersburg Times. General news from St.Petersburg and Russia: "Speaking at an international forum in St. Petersburg on Russian economic development, Gore added that he opposed all a country's important economic decisions being made federally, saying this slows the process of development.
The U.S. and Russia should join forces in the fight against terrorism, he said.

"'Russians may not agree with what we do in the Middle East, and Americans may think that Russia has not made the wise choice in Chechnya ... But in the face of this threat [terrorism] we won't be broken, we will stand together,' Gore said"
This goes to show you that even Al Gore is right some of the time. There. I said it, and I didn't get hit with a hurricane or something. But then, we have lightning and real cowboys in Colorado.
The New York Times > Opinion > Op-Ed Columnist: The Last Deception: "t's Ayad Allawi week. President Bush, starting with his address at the U.N. today, will try to present Mr. Allawi - a former Baathist who the BBC reports was chosen as prime minister because he was 'equally mistrusted by everyone' - as the leader of a sovereign nation on the path to democracy. If the media play along, Mr. Bush may be able to keep the Iraq disaster under wraps for a few more weeks."
It is getting to be such a bore! I think I could write Krugman's articles before he does. Just take a subject, decide what the most liberal position would be, do not worry about facts or the truth, just make sure that any conservative, no matter how moderate, is painted in the most unfavorable light. I wonder when Krugman will be as discredited as Dan Rather. Be assured, it will come.
A Giant Muslim Success | "With 155 million eligible voters, Indonesia directly chose its president for the first time on Monday, as well as electing local, regional, and national legislators. The voting was largely peaceful and, despite many complexities, conducted on one day (although official results are two weeks away).
Civic activism has taken root in Indonesia since the ouster of former dictator Suharto in 1998, despite attempts by Islamic political parties to gain power. Voters feel so independent in fact that it's likely the current president, Megawati Sukarnoputri, may have been defeated in this election, according to early estimates. The candidate expected to win, former Gen. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, is popular for his secular leadership and record on fighting terrorism."
This is good news indeed. Christians everywhere need to pray that God would restrain unbelief and keep the bands on the Evil One for the good of the church and the advancement of the Gospel.

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My Way - News: "Kerry staff members were delighted at the newspaper and television coverage devoted to their boss's stinging critique of the president's 'colossal failures of judgment' in the run-up to the war and its aftermath."
Of course the major media will cover Kerry favorably. They will Rather use forged documents and paid liars than tell the truth. But the jig is up, and the American people are not fooled, unless they are those sunshine patriots living on the left coasts. - News - Decorated Soldier Reportedly Attacked At Concert: "Barton said he was injured again Friday night in a crowded parking lot as he was leaving the Toby Keith concert at Germain Amphitheatre. The solider was injured so badly that he can't go back to Iraq as scheduled.
'I don't remember getting hit at all, really,' said Barton, a member of the 1st Calvary Division. 'He hit me in the back of the head. I fell and hit the ground. I was knocked unconscious and he continued to punch and kick me on the ground.'
Barton and his family said he was beat up because he was wearing an Iraqi freedom T-shirt."
This is outrageous, and it must be laid directly at the door of Al Gore, John Kerry, and the hate speech from Michael Moore and the rest of his comrades. They are fanning the heat of hatred and treason while the nation is at war. They are an alien seed. - News - Decorated Soldier Reportedly Attacked At Concert: "Barton said he was injured again Friday night in a crowded parking lot as he was leaving the Toby Keith concert at Germain Amphitheatre. The solider was injured so badly that he can't go back to Iraq as scheduled.
'I don't remember getting hit at all, really,' said Barton, a member of the 1st Calvary Division. 'He hit me in the back of the head. I fell and hit the ground. I was knocked unconscious and he continued to punch and kick me on the ground.'
Barton and his family said he was beat up because he was wearing an Iraqi freedom T-shirt."
This is outrageous, and it must be laid directly at the door of Al Gore, John Kerry, and the hate speech from Michael Moore, and the rest of their comrades. Barton is a real patriot and anxious to get back to his unit.
RealClear Politics - Commentary: "But Moore leaves out the fact that FOX first called Florida for Gore-and didn't call it back until 2 AM. Indeed, all the networks, FOX included, helped Gore by prematurely calling the Florida polls as closed at 7:00 PM Eastern Time when in fact they were still open until 8:00 in the state's western Panhandle (which is heavily Republican), and almost immediately they declared Democrat Bill Nelson the winner of the state's U.S. Senate race. (CBS alone declared Florida's polls closed thirty-three times between 7:00 and 8:00 PM.) Then, at 7:48, the networks, led by NBC, started calling the state for Gore while voters in the Panhandle still had twelve minutes to get to the polls. Of the thousands of prospective voters who were standing in line or en route and heard the news on radio, many gave up and went home. "
So, you see, the slimey behavior of CBS news and the other major networks did not begin with Rathergate. They have been sleezeballs for a very long time.
Dennis Prager: The left thinks legally, the right thinks morally: "One of the most important of these differences is their attitudes toward law. Generally speaking, the Left and the secularists venerate, if not worship, law. They put their faith in law -- both national and international. Law is the supreme good. For most on the Left, 'Is it legal?' is usually the question that determines whether an action is right or wrong."
This is also the seed of liberalism in the church. The liberal gets his authority from the church; the believer from Scripture. It is the beginning of the loss of the liberty of the believer when church law and authority replaces the believer acting from conscience. The liberal church man says, "I act from denominational authority." The believer respons, "And I, from Scripture."

To the liberal, "Is it legal?" is the best question, because he can then manipulate the political processes, whether in church or state, to secure a favorable legislative framework for his private agenda. It is much harder to manipulate the Scriptures, although they try that the same way, by adopting "positions" that are placed between the soul of the believer and the Scriptures.

"To those who supported removing Saddam Hussein by force, if the United Nations did not authorize it, it was a reflection on the morality of the United Nations, not the morality of the war.

International law thus provides a clear example of the Left-Right divide. To the Left, an international action is right if nations such as China, Russia, France and Syria vote for it, and wrong if they vote against it. To the Right and to the religious, an action is good (or bad) irrespective of the votes of the world's nations. They judge it by a code of morality higher than international law."

Prager nails it. When Chief Justice Earl Warren, in the midst of a lengthy legal defense of discrimination against blacks in the nations schools, asked "But is it right?" he indicated that the matter would be settled in equity, or on the basis of morality, and not law.

This shows how much conservatism and liberalism has switched sides over the last half-century. Liberal argue the same as conservatism did against integration those many years ago, appealing to law when they want abortion, sodomite marriage, etc. Blacks who support these arguments do not realize that they are undercutting the very foundation of the rights that they have gained in law over the last years.

For, you see, the rights of a black man are based upon morality, and can only be secure if they are God-given, for such rights cannot be permanently alienated. The "rights" to abortion, homosexuality, etc., are not given by God, but are given by a state that has been manipulated by evil. No black should want his rights to rest upon such a foundation. As Rather goes, so goes network news: "Some might argue that Rather was just a duped news reader, that he was simply following orders. In which case, following the precedent established in the 1998 'Tailwind' scandal-in which CNN's Peter Arnett was forced to quit after he read phony copy about Americans using poison gas in Laos-Rather should still be forced to take his leave.

But even if he limps along at CBS till the expiration of his contract in 2006, Rather is done for. He will be remembered as a reporter-crusader who went chasing after the Big Story both courageously and recklessly. Whatever the subject - hurricanes, Watergate, Afghanistan, George W. Bush - he was always on a quest. And like Captain Ahab, the obsessive anti-hero of Moby-Dick, Rather had many successes, but then he went harpooning after one too many a whale."
Right on! - U.S. & World - Possible Saddam-Al Qaeda Link Seen in U.N. Oil-for-Food Program: "Investigations have shown that the former Iraqi dictator grafted and smuggled more than $10 billion from the program that for seven years prior to Saddam's overthrow was meant to bring humanitarian aid to ordinary Iraqis. And the Sept. 11 Commission has shown a tracery of contacts between Saddam and Al Qaeda (search) that continued after billions of Oil-for-Food dollars began pouring into Saddam's coffers and Usama bin Laden (search) declared his infamous war on the U.S."
Has anyone besides Kerry and his French friends ever doubted it? - U.S. & World - Early Warning Not Heeded on Oil-for-Food: "The scheme ultimately allowed billions of dollars to change hands and investigators now are examining how much ended up in Saddam's pockets or in the coffers of other organizations. One U.N. whistle-blower who said he tried to identify what he saw as an emerging scandal became a casualty.
'I tried to do my best and that's one of the reasons why I was fired,' said Paul Conlon (search), who was fired in 1995 as a staffer on the U.N. Iraq sanctions committee. The panel carried out the Security Council's mandate to squeeze Saddam after the 1991 war"
Kerry would subordinate the security of the United States to this greedy, manipulative, amoral, and power-hungry organization.

Monday, September 20, 2004

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