Dispatches from Outland
A little song. A little dance. A little seltzer down your pants. Copyright © 2003 Roy M. Jacobsen.


Thursday, February 27, 2003  

In Memory:

Fred Rogers, 1928 -- 2003.

We'll miss you, neighbor.

posted by Roy M. Jacobsen at 11:26 AM
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Wednesday, February 26, 2003  

Financial Analysis Department: For those of you who are still trying to make sense of the dot-com boom and bust, here's some analysis from Dave Barry:

Stupidity was the principle behind the dot-com boom a few years ago, a wonderful example of which was an Internet company called Boo.com. According to an article I read in the New York Times, Boo.com was conceived as an Internet site that would sell, at full price, "urban chic clothing . . . that was so cool it wasn't even cool yet." That's right: the plan was to sell, with no discount, clothes that nobody was wearing! This plan was so obviously stupid that it was irresistable to the financial experts.

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Tuesday, February 25, 2003  

Yet Another Silly Quiz Department: I guess they've got my number.


I am the number
2
I am friendly

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what number are you?

this quiz by orsa

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Hell In Our Backyard Department: Our backyard, in this case, is 90 miles off the coast of Florida, and this Hell is the creation of a dictator named Fidel Castro. Jay Nordlinger has an interview with a Cuban-American, Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart of Miami, who provides some insights to life in Cuba under Castro.

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Monday, February 24, 2003  

I'm A Traveling Man Department: Gary Peterson has been to China and back. Head over to Country Keepers and read some of his trip reports. (Scroll down; they're in reverse order.)

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