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Damned in a single sentence: She has vociferously campaigned against embryo experimentation, Sunday trading, pornographic videos and fluoride.

What at first looks like help for people with poor imagination faculties rapidly grows into a Cronenbergish story of dubious-taste therapy that may be more damaging than the experience it aims to relieve. Buy the film rights!

I was sent spam for "one-click history deletion" today. Oh, the history deletion button. Shiny, shiny button ... it didn't turn out to be what I thought it was. *sigh*

I'm not going to link to what Orson Scott Card had to say about same-sex marriage. Instead, something positive: when I read something online I hate, I go read Morford. He sets the world to rights.

On the subject of despairing in all humanity, I've added up the times and I think I can make it to see Dogville and Le Corbeau in a single evening. Oh yeah, beat down that human spirit.

But, what's this? A minimate Frodo? Joy reigns again! (Also available, Aragorn, Legolas, Twilight Frodo ... and an uruk-hai in chain mail pants!)

The world's not so bad after all.

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mockduck
27th Feb, 2004 11:01 (UTC)
Yeah, all true and good and stuff, except I am against flouridation of water too.
*sigh* It's never black and white...
cleanskies
1st Mar, 2004 02:49 (UTC)
I just liked the combination
... it put across very neatly that she wasn't supporting cause as such, but was simply generally conservative.

I agree about keeping fluoride out of the water supply. Blanket medication is not (is never) an appropriate response to poor health education.