How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Interesting news digest...

Starting with something kind of weird, why one person hates SucideGirls.com, which amuses me, because my friend Elizabeth likes the site, and Cate is also occasionally amused by it.

Meanwhile, I'm kinda sick of "how much $87b can buy". I've heard this soooo many times and you know what? This logic is used to debase everything from the Occupation of Iraq to foreign aid to the space program to welfare. I understand what they're trying to communicate, but this I consider an ineffective argument.

Much more informative and useful is this collection of damn lies about Bushies medicare. What? You mean this law Bush is claiming credit for is a crock of shit? Who would have guessed.

I'm still on the fence about the entire democratic line, which is sad, because if no clear canidate steps forward, we're likely to see another four years of Bush (which is how Saddam is like the groundhog - pops his head out of a hole and it means four more years of Bush). But, Clark has one some points in my book with an opensource (BSD style) campaign-management suite. Go Clark; at least you've got some understanding of technology.

Finally, if that geek you know keeps rambling on about recursion and you don't get it, a town, containing a model of itself, and the model, in turn contains a model of itself, and so on. Recursion, is simplicity.
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