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Sunday, January 14, 2007

In Brief - January 14th, 2007

Here is today's quick news digest:
  • All tyrants are brought to justice sooner or later. Well, not really. In the U.S. we give them book deals.
  • How to deal with tolls on the new Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
  • Arch-conservative state senator Joe Zarelli (R-Ridgefield) appointed to Homeland Security advisory committee. Sleep tight tonight.
  • There are a wide variety of proposals to reform aspects of Washington state's election system.
  • If we build strategic hamlets gated communities in Iraq, what happens if Iraqis want to order a pizza?
  • When it comes to the Seahawks, remember, they play the game on the field. So if they win, I told you so. And if they lose, it was because of the officiating.
If you have something you'd like to add, leave a comment.

UPDATE: The Seahawks lost, but it was still an entertaining game.

More importantly, David Neiwert posts the transcript of an interview he did with Spocko, the Bay Area blogger who has exposed the hate rhetoric of a Disney-owned radio station and was sent a cease-and-desist order by The Mouse. Interesting read, check it out if you can.

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