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Date : September 2005

Mourning the Dead

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Published on: 2005.09.29

There’s been a lot of talk about how many American troops have died in Iraq and Afghanistan during the present war(s). Some other people have tried to draw comparisons between these figures and the death tolls of other wars. For anyone who’s interested in some fairly accurate numbers, I’ve compiled a brief list, and I’ve[…]

You Stalk Me Long Time

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Published on: 2005.09.26

Usually, I really love StatCounter (www.statcounter.com). It provides a really nice counter tool so I can see how many hits I’ve had over the last several days/weeks. It also shows me which friends and family members are stopping by to visit, as well as the visitors who stop by on accident, sometimes from all over[…]

Liberals: the ball’s back in your court

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Published on: 2005.09.14

I’m registered as an independent voter, either because I’m lazy or because I’m greedy. I want the best of both worlds, and I want to make fun of the worst in both worlds. It’s easy, and it’s fun, just like the Internet was supposed to be, before everyone found out it was difficult and not[…]

New Football Photographs

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Published on: 2005.09.10

Check out a previous entry here to read about my love for football, and especially Seminole (Okla.) football. To see my most recent pics, check my Sports Photos page on my website. Enjoy.

More Wisdom from Zhivago

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Published on: 2005.09.07

“It’s a good thing when a man is different from your image of him. It shows he isn’t a type. If he were, it would be the end of him as a man. But if you can’t place him in a category, it means that at least a part of him is what a human[…]

Memories of the Gridiron

I have been to plenty of football games in my life, beginning when I was about 10 years old and my father took me to see the Oklahoma University (OU) Sooners play in Norman, Okla. We had a blast, the Sooners won, and I got my program (since lost) signed by some player who never[…]

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