I’ve never read one of the books, but I’ll admit, I like the movies, and I know quite a few of you are big (read: obsessive) Harry Potter fans. So here, via BlankBaby, is the new Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire trailer: I’ll admit, it does look pretty cool. Enjoy.
Archive for August, 2005
Armando over at Kos already beat me to it, but what the hell is going on with the John Roberts fanboys over at the New York Times? It was a typical remark from a legal scholar who is said to have never lost a local spelling bee as a child and who once wrote an [...]
The New York Times is reporting that Iraqi leaders will Present Charter Without Agreement From Sunnis. Nix good my friends.
It’s funny, I like pizza too. Have a good weekend all. Go Birds. Fly, Eagles, Fly.
Via DailyKos, the map: Sure looks the blue states pay a high price for this illegal and immoral war. Also from Kos, the latest AP-Ipsos Iraq opinion polls: 1. Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Bush administration has conducted the war in Iraq? (Results from June 2005 in parentheses) TOTAL APPROVE â€” [...]
As always, new stuff coming out of Google today and yesterday: For those of us who use Gmail as a backend to our own domain email address (e.g. all my @skaroff.com emails get forwarded to a Gmail account), Google has introduced multiple account support. Just go to Settings > Accounts in Gmail and you can [...]
I wonder if today is the day that historians will look back and mark as the beginning of the end for the Bush administration’s experiment in Iraq. As of 10:32 AM EST the Associate Press is reporting that the Iraqi Parliament is giving up on the constitution (and consequently, the final defense of this war [...]
To follow up on my last post, United for Peace and Justice is sponsoring Three Days of Actions for Peace & Justice in D.C. featuring marches, rallies, anti-war concerts, and hopefully massive non-violent protests on the Mall in DC. I’ll be there. Let me know if you need a place to crash for the weekend [...]
Every day I find it increasingly difficult to write about the war. I was never a supporter of the war, always recognizing the lies that this entire venture was built on, and while I certainly don’t qualify as a member of the 101st Fighting Keyboardists I often am concerned that I need to do more [...]
I wrote this yesterday morning: It’s first thing in the morning, and while I really need to get to work, I flip on CNN to find myself confronted with wordless live coverage of protesters in a synagogue in Gaza, lying on the ground with their arms linked while soldiers struggle to drag them out into [...]