Daily Archives: November 11, 2005

Hollywood’s ‘Jarhead’ a Viciously Dishonest Lie

Some folks on this Veterans’ Day holiday may feel that it’s in line with the sentiments of the day to see this movie. It appears they would be mistaken.

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I’m not quite sure what to make of this proposal by Senator Clinton to create a national tracking system for flu shots given by county health departments “from the factory all the way to a patient’s arm.”

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In Gratitude

As a thank you to all the veterans of the United States of America, I give you the music of our excellent armed forces as your Sounboard post for this week. USMC ARMY NAVY AIR FORCE COAST GUARD And for … Continue reading

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The Biggest Laugh I’ve Had

In a long time. So I’m writing some emails last night on my break at work and as I pop back into my inbox I find a message from someone writing under the name “F. Randy Olsenâ€?. Here is his … Continue reading


Saying so long to a local landmark

It is said that when the foundation has been destroyed, it is truly the end. Yesterday, around 1630 PST, the last of the concrete from the Midway Drive-In theater in Kent, Washington was processed into my company’s recycling facility. Lights … Continue reading

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RNS Quote of the Day

The evolution of the concept of “governmentâ€? has had a long, tortuous history. Some glimmer of the government’s proper function seems to have existed in every organized society, manifesting itself in such phenomena as the recognition of some implicit (if … Continue reading

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