Comments Posted By Coffeespy
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FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH

Jeez... the article is way off base, in my opinion, but it's still a viable aspect to think on (as long as it's eventually dismissed). Calling for his dismissal is way out of sorts.

Very cool of you to stick it out with your bro.

Comment Posted By Coffeespy On 14.04.2007 @ 17:10

THE EAGLES AND THE VULTURES

I read that article last night just before bed and had to write a post on it. It's the only time I've regretted NOT going to DC on a rally weekend.

My sappy post (one of the few) is here: http://coffeespy.com/?p=173

I SO wish I would have gone down with my camera now.

Comment Posted By Coffeespy On 18.03.2007 @ 13:37

PLAME STILL LEAVES US WONDERING

Drongo said: "Does the idea that they didn’t feel that it was any concern of their to check whether her status was covert before pushing it around town."

If her status was covert, and she'd done what was needed to protect it, then why would they simply happen to know she was CIA? That's the whole point of being covert, you don't tell people you're CIA. Covert agents don't put their names around town.

The bottom line was that the hired gun couldn't prove anything even after he figured out who did the talking.

Comment Posted By Coffeespy On 17.03.2007 @ 21:46

THE GATHERING STORM

Ok, the Gore comment was nearly dangerous as I was drinking morning coffee. We're getting slushy flakes here in DC. I think we need an article titled "Gore: Climatic Kreskin." I don't know what you'd fill it with since Kreskin was usually accurate (or appeared to be), but the title's good. Of course, Kreskin was pure trickery... there may be parallels here yet.

Comment Posted By Coffeespy On 25.02.2007 @ 09:45

LET HER BE

Kevin Smith of Clerks movie fame wrote a series on his experiences with Jason Mewes, a personal friend and addict. It's a long read and very detailed, but it gives a glimpse into the inner-workings of the world of rehab, addiction, and effects upon the family. I think it's one of the worthiest things I've read on the internet. It starts here: http://silentbobspeaks.com/?p=235

Comment Posted By Coffeespy On 19.02.2007 @ 11:21


 


 


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