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Sunday, July 04, 2004

Last post for the 4th of July, 2004
never to come again

From freelance radical:
At 2AM, last night, an angry Tom Brokaw stood on an empty piece of Iraqi desert and said that "Hope is not a policy."
(Last post, but it has two parts because I couldn't decide which I wanted more. Turns out the two work very nicely, juxtaposed like this.)

Movie theater owner refuses to show Farenhate 9/11
DECORAH, Iowa — The president of a company that owns movie theaters in Iowa and Nebraska is refusing to show director Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11."

R.L. Fridley, owner of Des Moines-based Fridley Theatres, says the controversial documentary incites terrorism.

Kol hakavod to Mr. Fridley. He has common sense, which I've come to appreciate. Common sense and hope. Sounds like a policy to me!

G'night from Galut. Gd bless America, and may democracy weather the storm.