Sunday, June 04, 2006

sunday news and notes

and this is the industry that was going to finance our war efforts in iraq...

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this special congressional election "to fill the seat of a jailed Republican" (that would be blubbering duke cunningham) in hardcore red-state country may be an indication of how dems can succeed this fall. and dig this to get a sense of how quick the republicans will twist something to their advantage

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books briefly reviewed by dave itzkoff and laura sinagra on:

pink floyd's dark side
charlie parker
the flaming lips
pop music and the urge for transcendence
and perhaps most interestingly, "echo and reverb: fabricating space in popular music recording, 1900-1960" by peter doyle. (hello taylor brady!)

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pollock at the guggenheim...

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the latest installment of an ongoing asia times series called "how to lose the 'war on terror'" by mark perry and alastair crooke

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the swift-boating of global warming continues unabated in the face of an inconvenient truth, as thinkprogress reports:

The National Review’s June 6 cover story, Scare of the Century by Jason Lee Steorts, has several serious errors and omissions. By distorting evidence, Steorts misleads his readers about the threats of global warming.


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1 comment:

Taylor Brady said...

Thanks for the lead, Tom. I'm on my way down to Modern Times to put Echo & Reverb on order.