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Entries for May, 2006 in On Another Note

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    Taking The Long Way

    By timoi in On Another Note

    The Dixie Chicks had a new album come out May 23rd, and I am absolutely floored by the response it has gotten. If you are not familiar with the Dixie Chicks and their current battle for the airwaves, it all ...

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    Thou Shalt Not Worship False Idols

    By timoi in On Another Note

    I'm probably going to get a lot of push back on this and angry email and comments... But I really need to tell you all something. I am the 1% of America which cannot stand the idea of the "American ...

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    Go Read A Book

    By timoi in On Another Note

    Like The Loon mentioned in his blog earlier last week, The Friends Of The Library are having their May book sale this week. It is the perfect opportunity to pick up some spare reading, try out a new author, stock ...

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    "No" Means The Same In Both Languages

    By timoi in On Another Note

    Saw in the news last night that there is a lot of controversy in the Senate over the National Anthem being sung in Spanish. Obviously this is due to the current immigration issue. But come on honestly, isn’t this getting ...

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    Skateboarding Is Not A Crime

    By timoi in On Another Note

    Cuero City Council passed a new ordinance last night prohibiting skateboards and like minded means of transportation on most forms of public property. This seems a little too familiar to the skateboard ordinance of 1998 in Victoria. I will admit, ...

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    Here We Go Again

    By timoi in On Another Note

    I saw on the news recently that many Texas officials have begun emergency drills to get prepared for hurricane season. The dim lightbulb in my head flickered for a second. Hurricane season is coming soon. Aw man, didn't we just ...

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    Un Dia Sin Inmigrantes

    By timoi in On Another Note

    So today, immigrants all over the U.S. are boycotting work. The idea, I am told, is to show America just how much of an impact immigrants make in our daily workforce and economy. Sounds like a good idea in theory ...