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Friday, November 19, 2004

Depanneren Awesome. Must see.

Why Harvard Is Bad for Wall Street - Obscure Economic Indicators Part 6: Harvard Business School graduates on Wall Street. By Daniel Gross: "The bright young things from Harvard Business School are making their way to Wall Street in droves. Some 26 percent of the HBS class of 2004 took stock-market related jobs, up from 23 percent of the class of 2003. I guess that means it's time to sell."

Reflecting Pool Wow, this is a cool project... Check out some of the other pictures, particularly "People Watching"

Yahoo! News - UN staff to vote on no-confidence motion against Annan: "UN staff are expected to make an unprecedented vote of no confidence in Secretary-General Kofi Annan (news - web sites), union sources say, after a series of scandals tainted his term in charge of the world body."

43 Things, Twinkler Simple social software will change the world...

10 Reasons to Shy Away from Venture Capital wow, that's mean....

Thursday, November 18, 2004

"It might be fun today to dress up like a little girl -- kids think it's cute and things like that. And you start playing around with it and, like drugs, you do a little here and there (and) eventually it gets you," Davies told reporters.
Watch out kiddies, sadie hawkins dances (where the girl asks out the guy) can lead to homosexuality and drug abuse!!

Hardee’s serves up 1,420-calorie burger The "Monster Thickburger" — two 1/3-pound slabs of Angus beef, four strips of bacon, three slices of cheese and mayonnaise on a buttered sesame seed bun — sells alone for $5.49, $7.09 with fries and a soda.

Kittens! ( Fill in the blank: Every time you ______, God kills a kitten. Please, save the kittens.

The Next Warren Buffett?

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Washington Secretary of State Election Results Dino Rossi's up by less than 70 votes...

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Virtual Bartender Ask her to do some stuff.

Inside The Election Fraud Battle - Think Kerry Is Not Involved In This Fight?: I didn't know that wrote for other sites!

North Korea: Joyful Dancing - International - SPIEGEL ONLINE The people of North Korea are not as submissive as they appear to be. Unnoticed by the outside world, strong opposition to the regime of dictator Kim Jong Il is beginning to appear.

Monday, November 15, 2004 A post-therapy John Kerry supporter spoke out about her trauma treatment for the first time this weekend, saying Florida psychologist Douglas Schooler took her from the depths of despair over President Bush’s victory to a new lease on life.

Consumer WebWatch: How Consumers and Experts Rate Credibility on the Web: "As explained in the Methods section, participants were given the opportunity to leave brief comments about the credibility of the two sites assigned to them." Oh stop, this is safe for work.