Some things I agree with
(or not as the case may be)
Thursday, December 9 Very sobering, nonetheless
Even though I'm personally against the Bush Administration's stance towards the whole Middle East thing, it's still a sobering thought to actually see the faces of people who've died away from their country. You can see them too, here: washingtonpost.com: Faces of the Fallen
Also, spare a moment for the countless thousands more Iraqis who've lost their lives in the past two years. Their faces aren't on a web site anywhere.
Dragged out of Christopher's memory and pasted
into his blog at
12/09/2004 07:06:00 PM. Roughly. Blog ID: 110261919143317658·
Wednesday, December 8 So, it seems that the Wachowskis DID in fact Lie, Cheat and Steal
Odd that this never got a lot of publicity - the article's from OCTOBER of this year, and yet I never heard anything about this. Apparently the legal case has been raging for years... So there we go.
AOL TimeWarner: suck my blog! You don't pay me to not announce anti-AOL TW stories, so I guess here we go:
"Stewart filed her case in 1999, after viewing the Matrix, which she felt had been based on her manuscript, "The Third Eye," copyrighted in 1981. In the mid-eighties Stewart had submitted her manuscript to an ad placed by the Wachowski Brothers, requesting new sci-fi works."