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Final Thread of 2005

Posted by pjsauter on December 31, 2005
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Well, this should do it for 2005. For some of you folks, it’ll be 2006 in just a few hours. I guess the rest of us will just have to try to catch up! :alc:

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Friday Thread

Posted by pjsauter on December 30, 2005
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Here we are, preparing to end 2005 without Morning Sedition. How f*cked up is that? I think I’ll break out my vintage December 30, 2004 episode.

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Thursday Morning Thread

Posted by pjsauter on December 29, 2005
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Well, I don’t know about you guys, but we’ve got a big day planned here at my house. First, it’s off to the dump, to unload the recyclables and get rid of everything else that can’t be composted or thrown over the next-door neighbor’s fence. Then it’s off to return the empty beer bottles, which will then be followed with buying full beer bottles, after which I can get to work on emptying them again. I think that’s called the “Cycle of Life.”

Wednesday Thread

Posted by pjsauter on December 28, 2005
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Here it’s Wednesday already, and there’s no news about Marc’s new show yet. One Conan O’Brien re-run just aint gonna cut it here.

Tuesday Thread

Posted by pjsauter on December 27, 2005
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Tuesday? Seems more like a Monday, doesn’t it? Anyhow, I guess we know a little bit more about why dubya had to resort to violating the US Constitution to get his spying done.

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Monday Morning Open Thread

Posted by pjsauter on December 26, 2005
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I trust that those of you who did the family thing over the weekend survived alright. Despite some rather glaring differences of opinion between myself and my in-laws over things like the MTA strike, dubya, and the whole Iraq debacle, we managed to avoid fisticuffs and have a nice time. It’s interesting how my father-in-law can think that FDR was a great man, that we need some socialism in this country to even things out between the corporatists who can afford to buy politicians, and the rest of us, that we need a national health system, that what they’re doing to old people sucks, that dubya has done a lot of really stupid things, and yet he still, somehow, disagrees with me that dubya is the worst president in my lifetime, thinks Iraq really showed all the dictators in the world not to mess with the US of A, and he still thinks that Gore or Kerry would have done a worse job – or at least wouldn’t have been any better than this idiot we have now. Oh, and that Clinton should have been thrown in jail. πŸ˜• I mean, what does it take?

Weekend Thread

Posted by pjsauter on December 24, 2005
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This thread ought to take us through ’til Monday morning (barring any earthshaking news). So, enjoy your weekend and Happy Holidays to all. :menorah:

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Friday Morning Thread

Posted by pjsauter on December 23, 2005
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Has it really only been a week since the last Morning Sedition? God, it seems like forever, in some ways. I still haven’t been able to listen to Marcless Mornings on AAR (it isn’t you Riley, honest; I just need some time, and a new Marc show). I can’t wait for Marc’s Nocturnal Emissions – wait, let me rephrase that….

Travis Lives!

Posted by pjsauter on December 22, 2005
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We are happy to report that Travis has survived his surgery, and, while he reports that he “can’t really see straight,” (sounds about normal, actually) he is alive. Use this a an electronic “Get Well Soon” card. Hurry back Travis: we’re all ears :ear: to hear how you made out. πŸ˜‰

War on Terror Over!

Posted by pjsauter on December 22, 2005
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According to a statement released by Abdul Maajid Ima Faahti, spokesman for Osama bin Laden, Al-Qaeda has officially suspended all activities in their war against freedom. In the statement, released by bin Laden’s law firm, Shapiro, Goldberg and Smith, Ima Faahti said:

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