October 29, 2003Testimonials for Michael Hussey
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--what a tragidy. what a market oppurtinity. where's the spell check on this thing?
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Irish Times ( local favorites » restaurants ) "Dirty, packed, and sort of fun" Funny old guy who sings the same songs every week.
Hard to call it an Irish bar.
Ghetto-wannabe dancing in the basement
A lot of smiling young people, often a mix of interns, Catholic U and Galladet students.
Food can be suspect - do n... read more
recommendation posted on Mon, April 18, 2005 - 7:09 PM
Tequila Grill ( local favorites » restaurants ) "Good burritos - pretty good prices" Tequila Grill
1990 K St., NW
Washington, DC 20006
Solid mexican plates for the price (mid-range) - sort of a dark hazy atmosphere which somehow works as a pretty decent happy hour spot. Some nights invite a young (internish) cr... read more
recommendation posted on Mon, April 18, 2005 - 6:59 PM
Love Cafe ( local favorites » restaurants ) "Nice atmosphere, free wifi, slow service" Great location on U Street - nice indoor atmosphere - the sweets are pretty good, though expensive ($3 for a cupcake) - but there is free wifi - a pretty decent coffee too. But the service is sooo slow, it can be painful to wait ten minutes to pa... read more
recommendation posted on Mon, April 18, 2005 - 6:54 PM
RateMyTeachers.com ( miscellaneous » websites ) "Students Grading Teachers" RateMyTeachers.com has quickly established itself in classrooms across North America as a useful resource for students, teachers, and parents alike. The site is an innovative idea, allowing students to share opinions and actually grade their teac... read more
recommendation posted on Wed, September 8, 2004 - 11:02 AM
Not that I care about bi-partisanship, but I get an uneasy feeling listening to Mitt Romney stump around, flip-flopping, et al, so I decided to compare his cliches per minute to Obama's insane 6.3 per minute rate. I sense that Romney is the type of guy who needs to be a politician; its all he knows...and he needs the love and adoration and power. It almost feels like he is begging us for it, which would explain why he changes positions so easily.Thu, February 15, 2007 - 2:52 PM permalink - 0 comments
Mitt Romney officially announced his candid... read more
Every time I hear Obama speak, I can't help but laugh. For the sake of my own entertainment, I counted and highlighted the cliches from Obama's speech announcing his run for the Democratic nomination. 126 cliches in total, and according to the C-Span video, it lasted 20 minutes (from 6:30 to 26:30).Thu, February 15, 2007 - 2:50 PM permalink - 0 comments
6.3 cliches per minute. It's even worse than I thought; hiliarous and scary at the same time.
Read it all here: disaffiliates.blogspot.com/2007....html
Yesterday’s NY Times was practically begging the Senate to vote in favor of the nomination of John G. Roberts to the Supreme Court. The Time’s front page bio was a glowing review of Roberts and his “pragmatic view of the law.” David Brooks, the Times favored “conservative” used the word “love” to describe his feelings for Roberts. The headlining reader-submitted editorials were from democrats praising Roberts as “eminently qualified” and warnings to activist groups to “back off.” Three of the... read moreMon, July 25, 2005 - 2:11 PM permalink - 0 comments
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