Monthly Archives: April 2004
Here’s a tidbit: “Who’s the Man now, dog?” Does this mean Democrats more likely to shop on Amazon than Republicans? Or is the Bush warchest a consequence of interest-group donations than the political support of the people?
I’m selling my camera because it’s time for a new toy. Behold the digital camera/camcorder that can be skipped off the water.
I’m selling my trusty Olympus E-10 I usually shoot with. Don’t know what I’ll replace it with, just yet. If you’re interested in bidding: go to Ebay.
I went to the Mazda Rev It Up event today and finished third in my group — well, when I left, I was third. Not a bad performance, considering I was always sucking it up in the practice sessions.
“Bribes and kickbacks to government officials are deductible unless the individual has been convicted or making the bribe of has entered a plea of not guilty or nolo contendere.” — Item in the IRS official taxpayer’s guide via The 365 Stupidest Things Ever Said Calender.
Amazon strikes back with its own search engine…sort of. It still uses Google.