Monthly Archives: August 2004

How Eminem changed Michelle's life

Eminem changes people’s lives!

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Nathan Mathers: a young man on his way to fame

To all of you who are curious to know more about Nathan Mathers’ future career as a rapper, it seems like Eminem’s brother has achieved his first rap CD.

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Cuban ships herself to U.S. in wooden crate

Really, really, really want to get out of Cuba? Do the sensible thing and Fed Ex yourself out of there, using capitalism to escape despotism, I love it.

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Linked by Dan Drezner

Wohoo my first link from Dan Drezner, even if it is at the very end of a post, a few days ago, about Georgia. Still nice of him to link to my Caucasian archive. Things have been quiet in Georgia … Continue reading

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Believe it or not, he actually lived in the black neighborhood of Detroit

I went through an article that was published in the Detroit News recently:

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Foreign Policy Sep/Oct 2004 edition

Just when I am making progress in my reading, Foreign Policy pops through the letter box, and this edition includes essays headlined as the ‘World’s Most Dangerous Ideas’. The essays are by Paul Davies, Frank Fukuyama, Eric Hobsbawm, Martha Nussbaum, … Continue reading

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Dan Drezner on Georgia

Dan Drezner ads his two cents, and believes that Saakashvili is a good leader. Screw Bush or Kerry — why can’t someone like Mikheil Saakashvili run for president in the United States? As someone who witnessed first-hand the Soviet-style traffic … Continue reading

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Why I don't like sugarcoated singers

Many people like sugarcoated and sweet pop singers. I don’t.

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WordPress testing

My WordPress testing continues with a new (if pilfered) stylesheet. I do like how there is no rebuilding involved whatsoever.

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Blog outage

Well the hard drives on my server in Nottingham crashed today, so my blog has gone back in time to the last available backup.

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