Archive for June, 2002

Are You Kidding Me?

Saturday, June 29th, 2002

Sometimes, I get so unbelievably angry with our justice system; there is a man here in Northeast Ohio who has been convicted of 17 DUI’s and he is about to stand trial for his 18th! How is he still a member of society? Free a few pot heads if there is no room for him […]

A Question of Beliefs?

Thursday, June 27th, 2002

My mother called me yesterday and said, “get on your website and start writing about the Pledge of Allegiance, and make sure you tell that man in California to give away all of his money because it has “In God We Trust On It’”. Before I could even address her frantic plea, I hear a […]

To Help The Needy?

Wednesday, June 26th, 2002

If there is one thing good we learned from September 11th, it is, most people have a really good heart and want to help each other. The outpouring of support and donations was astonishing. The distribution of those gifts of generosity was not. Now the country is faced with raging fires in the West and […]

Matt George

Tuesday, June 25th, 2002

For constantly bugging me about making this site more profane. It’s about my ideas and opinions, Matt, not about how many creative F-bombs I can drop. Can’t you fucking understand that?


Monday, June 24th, 2002

It’s the most hotly contested race of the season; no, it’s not a sporting event, it’s a box office tally. Americans have become obsessed with being number one, so much so, our children are now discussing box office grosses before they will consider going to see a picture. I miss the good old days when […]

Who Do You Cheer For?

Friday, June 21st, 2002

American’s are so fickle. Suddenly, we are all World Cup fans and consider getting up ungodly early in the morning to watch team USA “battle” Germany normal, when a few weeks ago, half the country couldn’t even tell you we had a soccer team. As soon as they lose, they will all go back into […]

Terry Barton

Thursday, June 20th, 2002

Colorado’s notorious firestarter


Thursday, June 20th, 2002

As long as I live, I will never understand Terry Barton. I don’t know what was going through her mind when she started the Hayman Fire, and I can’t begin to speculate on whether she did it accidentally by burning a letter or on purpose for attention; but either way, I hope she pays. In […]

Public Enemy #1

Wednesday, June 19th, 2002

The media has a new bad guy for this week. They have decided to focus our attention on the “demons” at Southwest Airlines. Sure, this new policy is controvercial, but is it really as bad as the journalists want us to believe? No. Basically, Southwest is requiring people who take up two seats to pay […]

All’s Fair In Love And Capitalism

Monday, June 10th, 2002

Oberlin is a small college town here in Ohio; it is so small in fact, the town’s population has only changed by 4 people in the past ten years. In this small town brews the latest “news tragedy“. There is a retirement community (basically an apartment building for seniors and a people with various debilitating […]