The Electric Commentary

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Time is short: Stories in one sentence.

Tom Delay is stupid.

Rep. William Jefferson (D-New Orleans) is a jackass.

New Orleans could be dirtier, and may soon be livable.

For some reason Tim McGraw keeps singing during halftime of Monday Night Football and he needs to go.

One of the three people who failed New Orleans pumped up the Saints before their win last week:

Courageous team, huh? Here's what I like about them. Paul Tagliabue wanted to address them Saturday night. They said no thanks and chose, instead, C. Ray Nagin, the mayor of New Orleans, who spoke so powerfully about his city and the failure of the administration and the relief efforts and FEMA ... straight from the shoulder, pow!


How odd. (Ok, that was more than one sentence, but I thought it was quite strange, given actions like this.)

This is just cool.

Busy day today. Back to work!

3 Comments:

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:51 PM  

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:52 PM  

  • Just wow on that Tom Delay story. I can't even begin to comment.

    As for Jefferson, I don't have as much a problem with him grabbing his belongings (which is what most of the ado that I've been hearing about it concerns) as I do him wasting the rescue crew's time.

    By Anonymous Rashid Muhammad, at 8:09 AM  

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