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Thursday, August 22, 2002

I just read that George Dumya Bush is proposing a reduction in damaging forest fires by increasing logging. Damn, are you stupid, or what, George? Why don't we just prevent the spate of fatal car wrecks on the highways by allowing the banks to repossess any car that has an unpaid loan? Ludicrous. Think about who this benefits. Not you, not me, and certainly not the environment. It benefits industry. Nothing more. What an idiotic solution. While we're at it, let's prevent computer viruses by shutting off the Internet. No, wait, we can't do that, after all any CORPORATION that sells something online would lose, not a tasty alternative for Dumya's best buddies.

Oh well, in other news...still migrating to iPowerWeb's servers. Initially I hope there aren't too many broken links but it's bound to happen here and there because I am moving from a Windows server to a Linux/Apache setup - for those of you who don't know and wonder why that matters, Unix operating systems (of which Linux is one) see Filename and filename as two distinct, separate entities, and Windows just doesn't care. Joey, if you still want to go through the site by hand and fix all the code, let me know - but I need it before 2005, and it just may take you that long to get there.

A final note, school starts next Monday, the 26th of August. Adam is pretty charged about going to Kindergarten, and Alysha thinks that first grade is the cat's meow. I think, frankly, that it's gonna mean life will be nuts for me!! Adam will be on half days, Alysha on full - and I need to squeeze that work thingie in there somewhere. God bless Grandma and Grandpa Broge for helping out until they head to Arizona in the winter. Now we need to figure out what we're going to wear on day one, which Grandma and Grandpa will sadly miss due to a medical visit. Enough rambling on for now, there's a lot of plumbing work to be done to bring a bigger, badder, and better to you. Cheers!

posted by Mark  8/22/2002 01:43:00 PM

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