Friday, September 03, 2004

There are those poorly written articles by journalists that leave you screaming "What else? How? Why? What? When? More info required to process!"
And then there are those bad examples of journalism that, catching life in the very act of rhyming, don't give you enough information but leave you feeling that they've given exactly the right amount, totally by accident, on an artistic, self commentary level.

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It's great to see schools admit their priorities. Their priorities seem to be to make sure the students don't make them uncomfortable. As though this will make the kids LESS alienated?!!?,1925,KSHB_9424_3150714,00.html

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Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Although still trying really hard to make my break with politics, I admit I'm failing. I've kept my eye on the NY protests all week. Mainly because I have many friends in those protests and I've only heard from one of them this week. I don't know what's happening to the others.
The one I heard from sent me this. He went to the protest at Sotheby's. I think it's one of the cooler ones I've heard about.
But I'm still glad I'm not anywhere near New York right now.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2004

This is how I feel right now. Posted by Hello