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Thursday, May 25, 2006

"Dick Cheney is armed with a knife! From Jeff Smith's story: Cheney, Libby said, 'often will cut out from a newspaper an article using a little penknife that he has' and 'look at it, think about it.' Cheney was obsessed with Joe Wilson's Times Op-Ed. He and Libby talked about it multiple times a day. Cheney would look at the Wilson clipping, slide it around his desk, put it in a drawer, take it back out, fondle it, hold it up to the light, and then in an explosion of rage STAB IT REPEATEDLY with the penknife. Right? I mean you can just picture it."

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Did I mention my sister works here?

Monday, May 15, 2006

It's funny 'cause it's true.

If Al Gore were President, from Saturday Night Live.

Letter to the editor.

Warren C. Herz of Washington gets it:
Buried on Page A18 of the May 3 paper in the World in Brief compendium were a couple of paragraphs about a new Amnesty International report for the U.N. Committee against Torture.

The report states that torture and inhumane treatment are "widespread" in U.S.-run detention centers in Afghanistan, Iraq, Cuba and elsewhere.

This is our country. We are responsible for this. We demonstrate against the horrors of Darfur. Why are we accepting this? It's being done in our name.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Renderer's Lament.

Dontcha hate it when you wake up after an all-night render and discover that you forgot to change the frame range, and have re-rendered everything you had already rendered the night before? Or when you discover that a different all-night render was ruined because a constraint went haywire after a Save As?

Thought not.

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Ikea Walkthrough v2.3.1

Hat tip to my wife for finding this.

Friday, May 05, 2006

Quote of the day.

"I bet you're going to be an actress, just like your daddy!" -- my wife, to our daughter.

Thursday, May 04, 2006

A future a day keeps the boredom away.

Now here's a great place to hang out: 365 Tomorrows, a site which publishes a new piece of (very) short speculative fiction every single day. Maybe you already knew about it. If not, now you do.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006