Monday, April 17, 2006

30 Seconds to Love

This doesn't matter if the majority of the U.S. is using electronic voting systems sponsored by the Republicans. They'll continue to steal elections as they did in 2000, 02 and 04. That ain't no tinfoil hat crazy talk, either. Too much proof out there that says they did. Do a little research.

Anger at Bush May Hurt GOP At Polls:
" Shirley Jackson of Woodbury, Minn., said she formerly considered herself an independent voter "and my husband used to be a staunch Republican. But now we're both Democrats."
Ummm, why do you vote for the guys, Bubba?

Bush agenda not good for hunters and fishers:
"That's the argument put forward in a recent editorial in Field and Stream:

Rod and gun in hand, and backing the Second Amendment right to own firearms, President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney have won the hearts of America’s sportsmen. Yet the two men have failed to protect outdoor sports on the nation’s public lands. With deep ties to the oil and gas industry, Bush and Cheney have unleashed a national energy plan that has begun to destroy hunting and fishing on millions of federal acres throughout the West, setting back effective wildlife management for decades to come."
Darwin's right. 'Nough said:

Ethiopian fossils link humans to 4.4 million-year-old apelike creatures, researchers say:
"Fossil hunters scouring Ethiopia's harsh and rocky Afar desert have uncovered fresh evidence linking our human ancestors of 3.5 million years ago with more primitive apelike forebears who lived a million years earlier and had not yet emerged from woodland habitats."
Come take a look at my city by the bay. I love it here. I live on Clement Street and next to Land's End. Both are written about in the articles. I call Land's End my back yard.

Take an insiders' tour of San Francisco

Men, you have 30 seconds to impress women:
"HALF of all women make their minds up within 30 seconds of meeting a man about whether he is potential boyfriend material, according to a study on speed-dating.

The women were on average far quicker at making a decision than the men during some 500 speed dates at an event organised as part of Edinburgh Science Festival."

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