What he said
Frankly, I'm not sure there will be any more news from the protesters than from the actual announced speakers.
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Yr fumble-fingered Fiddler reminds you that information isn't free, exactly, or even always cheap; fortunately, information has loose morals.
Personally, I'm a bit freaked out to hear that the NC GOP gubernatorial runoff won't happen. This is the worst news possible for Democratic incumbent and part-time empty suit Mike Easley.
Please, people in Boston, please promise to blog the Fleet Center's Free Speech Pen (not drawn to scale)! I don't care how many bloggers are getting their backs slapped by Midwestern car dealers inside. If this is truly a populist medium, we should remember that sometimes the truest story is outside the box.
It's a catchy toon.
Can one read Tom without some bemusement at the base assumption -- that whenever two guys who are strangers start a conversation, there's a chance it will lead to ass-fucking?
So the Rally in Raleigh (who needs Don King anyway?) was a blast, but there are a few questions.
I am neither actually a fiddler nor actually a Green.