two sides to a story.
slate.msn.com | unfairenheit 9/11 – the lies of michael moore
nypress.com | shoveling coal for satan
the ‘factor’ isn’t fair? who would have thought that?
washingtonpost.com | o’reilly’s ‘no-spin’ control prompts guest to cry foul
this is pretty scary.
news.zdnet.co.uk | instant-messaging virus costs a man his job
a verbal beatdown.
pretty interesting read.
russellbeattie.com | great artists steal? apple developers should walk out
learning is fun.
when it involves f’n with windows.
engadget.com | how-to tuesday: disable autorun on windows
this is the real story.
of seven strangers. blah blah blah.
msnbc.com | ‘real world’ should face reality of own decline
bump bump bump.
bump it up. please note: the comments on the second post are gold.
starmagazine.com | mary-kate olsen in rehab: battling drugs and anorexia
gothamist.com | hugs not drugs: snoop and the olsen twins
for different folks. literally.
newyorkmetro.com | she comes first: the thinking man’s guide to pleasuring a woman
supreme court style.
upi.com | analysis: medical marijuana debate renews
q & a.
abcnews.com | michael moore calls fahrenheit 9/11 a valid, alternate view
your nose is growing.
mr. vice president.
onlisareinsradar.com | video: daily show – jon stewart nails cheney in an outright lie
here ya go.
thanks for shopping at pottery barn.
nytimes.com | hours later, bremer leaves iraq; new premier outlines agenda
just a gigilo.
er. make that an emt.
news.yahoo.com | david lee roth’s new gig: emt
i saw it on friday. it’s not as good as columbine, but still worth seeing in the theater.
mtv.com | ‘fahrenheit 9/11’ breaks box-office record
up the beach.
reuters.com | jane’s addiction members form new band
of the rich and famous.
theonionavclub.com | hollyblog: a helpful guide to celebrity web logs
about damn time.
zdnet.com | hotmail to offer 250MB of free storage
a picture is worth a thousand words.
quixoticcrap.com | the gallery of super-dudes
right up my alley.
slate.msn.com | the condensed bill clinton – slate reads my life so you don’t have to
good and bad.
oh hell, it’s microsoft. all bad.
techrepublic.com | windows xp sp2 is big step forward in security–but it can break things