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I understand the pride that comes with seeing someone of your ethnicity accomplish great things in America. If you and/or your parents come to the U.S. with nothing and make a great contribution to society, it should be commended. I hope to do something like that one day. But don’t let race blind you to [...]

The Incredibles

Amy and I just saw this! I love Pixar. Ever since Toy Story, they’ve never done me wrong. They haven’t this time either. The movie starts a little slow, but the later parts easily make up for it. And the slowness isn’t bad; it sets up the midlife/post-hero crisis very well. Pixar is so incredibly [...]

Do they know no bounds?

People have been spamming my guest book for months with crap about wood dash kits and online gambling. They really went too far, though, when someone spammed over 200 of my blog posts by using the commenting system. Those bastards! I can’t believe they took the time to write programs to do that.

Ethical Voting

I hope Republicans are proud of the people they elected: Jim Bunning, U.S. Senator from Kentucky, a 73 year old who was growing senile, needed a teleprompter during a debate, claimed his opponent resembled one of Saddam Hussein’s sons, and was so out of touch with the world that he had no idea what reporters [...]


Two prominent books about Europe have come out lately, The United States of Europe: The New Superpower and the End of American Supremecy and The European Dream: How Europe’s Vision of the Future Is Quietly Eclipsing the American Dream. I don’t know how it happened, but Europe has become what America was supposed to be. [...]


For the love of God go fucking vote! Vote for governing with facts rather than ideology. Vote for transparency in the White House. Vote for civil liberties (like the writ of habeas corpus or the requirement of a warrant before the FBI searches your records). Vote for civil rights. Vote for the environment. Vote for [...]


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