goodbye. july.

“We have it in our power to change the world again. But only if we’re true to our ideals — and that starts by telling the truth to the American people.” -John Kerry, DNC

news of odd: subway rider arrested for eating candy. in dc of course.

quote of the day:
“My fellow Americans, this is the most important election of our lifetime. The stakes are high. We are a nation at war — a global war on terror against an enemy unlike any we have ever known before. And here at home, wages are falling, health care costs are rising, and our great middle class is shrinking. People are working weekends; they’re working two jobs, three jobs, and they’re still not getting ahead.We’re told that outsourcing jobs is good for America. We’re told that new jobs that pay $9,000 less than the jobs that have been lost is the best we can do. They say this is the best economy we’ve ever had. And they say that anyone who thinks otherwise is a pessimist. Well, here is our answer: There is nothing more pessimistic than saying America can’t do better.”

p.2
So Randy Johnson wants to be a Yankee … why don’t you go work for Microsoft while you’re at it?

if i had to pick one producer: john shanks. no doubt. second, butch vig.

schools are resisting going low carb. seriously, if my lunchline went atkins on me, there’d be hell to pay, elementary school style.

final word:
“So tonight, in the city where America’s freedom began, only a few blocks from where the sons and daughters of liberty gave birth to our nation — here tonight, on behalf of a new birth of freedom — on behalf of the middle class who deserve a champion, and those struggling to join it who deserve a fair shot — for the brave men and women in uniform who risk their lives every day and the families who pray for their return — for all those who believe our best days are ahead of us — for all of you — with great faith in the American people, I accept your nomination for president of the United States.”

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