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Iraq's Uncanny Likeness to Another Peak Experience
Category: WAR
Posted by Pete Kendall | October 19, 2006 | 03:29 PM
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Johnny Cash Hits the Same High Note He Hit in 1969
Category: MUSIC
Posted by Pete Kendall | July 14, 2006 | 10:58 AM
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'Sock It To Me' Time For Hedge Fund Managers
Category: LATE SIXTIES REDUX
Posted by Pete Kendall | June 11, 2006 | 07:35 AM
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The 'Energy' and 'Anger' of the Decline Catch Up To Haditha
Category: LATE SIXTIES REDUX
Posted by Pete Kendall | June 03, 2006 | 12:06 PM
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UPDATE: Bear Market Entertainment at its Best (Worst)
Category: SPORTS
Posted by Pete Kendall | May 09, 2006 | 03:11 PM
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Bear Market Entertainment Makes a Comeback
Category: LATE SIXTIES REDUX
Posted by Pete Kendall | May 03, 2006 | 01:43 PM
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Brawny Muscle Cars Make Comeback
Category: LATE SIXTIES REDUX
Posted by Pete Kendall | March 22, 2006 | 12:37 PM
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Inside Story of the Miracle Show [Live 8]
Category: LATE SIXTIES REDUX
Posted by Pete Kendall | July 07, 2005 | 01:54 PM
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FRESH COMMENTS
The fact that people make deals (obligations) and are willing to walk away from them, and then say they are only hurting "their credit" is a sign of how far we have fallen.
- mark
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Pete: I just heard today that the Vatican has added excessive compensation to the list of seven deadly sins. There is no higher indication of a TOP for this trend. Maybe the French Revolution.
- l. k.
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Note the Socionomic-oriented cover of the February issue of Wired: Why Things Suck!
- sheila
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