Question: Do you think things are going well in Iraq?
Sand swirled against the windshield and I pushed the accelerator harder into the car's floorboard. My navigator barked a flurry of commands at me from the passengers seat over the engine's high rpm whine: "?medium right, up hill to slow left?" We were banging our way through a 24-hour road race in Egypt. I gripped the Subaru's steering wheel as we hand-braked into a long power-slide around the Sphinx.
The only organization that doesn't email me unsolicited offers to increase the size of various parts of my anatomy is Ben & Jerry's. Honorable men, they provide such enhancement for free.
When I was a child I was constantly asking questions.
Perhaps it is time again for me to point out that it is not the job of the media to tell you good news.
By Jeffery Armstrong
I have been thinking lately about wasted lives. The Freddie Fender song about "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights" has been running through my head.
There are many things I like about living in the South. The laid-back pace, the general friendliness of the people, the food, the funerals.
I'm sitting here reading the bold black letters over and over again: "Your home is at risk if you do not keep up with everyone else." The line is such an amusing non-sequitur and it tickles me more with every read. Is it a note from the bank, the creditors, a nasty surprise in the mailbox? No, don't be alarmed, it's just my brand new official Radiohead anorak (or rain slicker if you like), that I purchased at their concert at HiFi Buys Ampitheatre one week ago. This bright yellow anorak (or windbreaker if you prefer), is the memento I have left to cherish my favorite musical group in the whole wide world and their incredible concert event that is already fading into hazy shades of gray.
October 14, 2003
By Greg Gelpi
By Ed Brock
Flames leaping from buildings and cars overturned.
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By Greg Gelpi
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