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Tuesday, August 12, 2003
Interesting article on new lawyer ethics guidelines for corporations.

Friday, August 01, 2003
Nice post, Chris.....what?

I knew I liked this guy: James Woods

Thursday, July 31, 2003

Tuesday, July 29, 2003
Global Warming a fraud?

Hello everyone. I pulled this off of, my premeire source for all things video games, gear, and entertainment. I reccommend buying the insider subscription because then you get all the cool videos and guides and such. And now that the commercial is done (if anyone at IGN is reading this, you're welcome...although I'm posting this without permission from your site, so actually, please don't arrest me or sue me....I love you guys, and am just spreading your love around the, it's oen of the free stories). It's rather interesting. So here we go:

Check this:
Earthstation 5 today declares war against the sex industry for all the sex located on the internet. "One way to put these sex companies out of business is by giving it away for FREE," said Ras Kabair, president of Palestine based EarthStation 5.

Effective immediately, Earthstation 5 will give away ten FREE sex channels of live sex and the naked news for FREE to the world. There will be no CREDIT cards, no phone dialers, no pop-up ad's, no spyware and there will be no other form of payment required by any user.

Earthstation 5 has grown from a simple P2P network to the largest P2P portal in the world with an average of 11,536,240 simultaneous users online at any given moment of the day or night. Currently, new users are downloading Earthstation 5 software located at on an average of 500,000 times per day in the 18 languages that Earthstation 5 currently offers.

One-reason users are using Earthstation 5 instead of the other peer to peer (P2P) programs is because of our stealth technology. Other P2P company's claim to have security, but in the end we are the only ones that can't be breached!

We wrote our software with security as our top priority. On top of that, all the other P2P companies have to worry about being sued by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the Record Industry Association of America (RIAA). At the Jenin Refuge Camp, we don't worry about those kinds of problems.

"Resistance is futile and we are now in control," says Ras Kabir.

Is that something special or what?
-- M. Wiley

Friday, July 25, 2003
And, since I've been the silent assassin for many weeks, here's a new book that I KNOW Chris will read and enjoy.


Wednesday, July 23, 2003
two down one to go in iraq.

Sunday, July 20, 2003
Here is an interesting website called Pathetic Earthlings

Wednesday, July 16, 2003
What a strange game, maybe we should open a franchise?

sorry here is the link,2933,92070,00.html

for all those bored with the gambling, bunjee jumping, skydiving, and fire eating, don't worry these no stakes, no thrills, sissy games are things of the past. Apparently the newsest crazie in Vegas is called "Hunting for Bambi" You pay $10,000 for the thrill of hunting naked women with paintball guns. The "hunters" also have the option of mounting the women like real hunting, but in Vegas that means stuffing them with "Mr. Willie." Anyone feel like we were ripped off when we have gone paintballing? Here is the link:

Tuesday, July 15, 2003
Everyone knows that converting the US to a flat income tax is not going to happen. We would put H&R Block and many other accountants and IRS agents out of work. But in Russia, and some eastern european countries, these kinds of interest groups that have a stake in high tax rates have not had decades to build up and lobby the government, and therefore many of these contries have swithched to a flat tax. Russia has a 13% flat tax and last year witnessed a 40% increase in revenue from personal income taxes, partially due to an improved economy, but also due to people actually paying their taxes cause they are simple. Think about the impact that a flat tax would have in the US, we would not need as many IRS agents, more people would pay their taxes, and pay them on time, and April 15th would not seem half as nasty as it does now. Of course many people would be out of a job. I wounder if there is a way to switch to a flat tax in the US. Any ideas?

Friday, July 11, 2003
Hey Rod, did you win this lunch?