Sean (darksoul) wrote,
Sean
darksoul

  • Music:

I think it's strange you never knew...

Amber Tamblyn's picks on this playlist (link opens up iTunes, is not viewable without iTunes) gives me some hope that all indie/underground hiphop is starting to break through to the mainstream.

Think Dean might be a little crazy about the whole "The GOP is all about white christians" thing? Do some research and then rethink your decision. I'm not saying that the man isn't overbearing at times, but I can't disagree with him on the issue of the priorities of the majority of the GOP and it's influential donors.

I wish I knew someone who might sell me their tickets to the Serenity screening on June 23rd. Although I didn't watch the series at all while it was on TV (mostly due to too much life going on to enjoy TV outside of 24), I quickly got hooked when I went back and watched the series from an alternative source earlier this year. Maybe it's the fact that the show is in the style of a western, only set in space, that attracts me. Maybe it's the characters. Maybe Joss Whedon is just a brilliant writer/director/ideaman. I really don't want to wait until September to see the movie with the rest of the world, but it appears that I will have to. C'est la vie.

Also, MoveOn PAC petition info for your review:
Subject: 500,000 signatures needed today to expose Iraq lies

Hello,

I'm writing to ask you to join me in signing a MoveOn PAC petition demanding real answers from President Bush regarding the "smoking gun" Downing Street Memo.

To help get the truth about why we invaded Iraq, please sign this letter today.

http://www.moveonpac.org/tellthetruth/

The Downing Street memo is called a "smoking gun" because it contains the minutes from a British cabinet meeting in July of 2002, 6 months before the war began. During that meeting high ranking British officials reported that the Bush administration admitted it was already determined to invade Iraq, and was "fixing" intelligence about WMD's to justify the war.

This, of course, contradicts everything President Bush has told us about how he chose war as a last resort, and made that decision because he thought he had solid intelligence about the Iraqi WMD threat.

Bush has refused to even respond to the memo, but after Tony Blair's visit this week the pressure is really building. Representative John Conyers of Michigan is gathering 500,000 signatures and comments from American voters to take directly to President Bush at the White House gates and demand real answers. Please sign today and help get out the truth.

http://www.moveonpac.org/tellthetruth/

Thanks!
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