Monthly Archives: June 2004

Moore 9/11?

If I had to pick an article to describe my feelings for this film, I would choose this one: Moore’s triumph breaks records (The Age) Some good quotes: Some Americans like to believe that Michael Moore is just like them: … Continue reading

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Weather runs in the family

A passion for weather analysis and prediction runs in my family, starting from my dad’s father. My Grandpa House, who shares the same first name as my Dad, Don, used to work at the Severe Local Storm Warning Center (SELS), … Continue reading

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More than 80 killed in series of attacks in Iraq

Courtesy of CNN At least 83 people were killed and 233 wounded in a wave of insurgent attacks across Iraq on Thursday, six days ahead of the scheduled handover of power, according to Iraqi sources. It’s commonly believed that these … Continue reading

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18% of college students graduate

A not-so-surprising statistic found in this WoodTV8 article, “Task force formed to increase number of college graduates in Michigan Of all the students who enroll in college or vocational school in Michigan, only 18 percent of them leave with a … Continue reading

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Inter-faith group to apologize on Arab TV for torture

A new arm of the National Council of Churches plans to launch a TV ad on Arabic television Tuesday to apologize for the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners by Americans. However.. “How is it that every fault of America is magnified, … Continue reading

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