Dan Goodman's prediction and politics journal.

Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Tuesday July 27, 2004. Cleared out a bunch of stuff from my living space!!

***What do they have against authenticity? According to the St. Paul Pioneer Press: "The boozing and brawling at Stillwater's Lumberjack Days grew so rowdy Saturday night that nearly 50 police officers could barely keep up, leading two City Council members to say the city should tone down next year's event."

In other front page news, Bill Clinton and Senator Clinton are not supporting George W. Bush for re-election.

I think I'd better stop reading newspapers on the bus, perhaps till after the election is over.

***To Savers thrift shop near Lake and Hiawatha. I bought a poetry anthology, and may start reading that rather than newspapers on the bus.

Across Lake Street to Midtown Farmers Market. This was my reason for taking the trip; but I didn't buy anything there.

Shopped at the Cub and Rainbow supermarkets nearby.

Took the Hiawatha Line LRT and the #23 bus home.
Writing: Daily exercise -- Done; posted to this journal.

"Well Met, Well Met, My Own True Love" -- Made some notes; no actual writing done.

"They Might Be Windmills" -- Added notes. Took out stuff which I've decided wasn't needed and would only get in the way of the story.

"History Line" --

"Port Useless" --

"Review: Horns of Midgard" --
** Male Songbird Responds to Mate Only When He's the Third Wheel

Like a stereotypical husband who pretends not to hear his wife berating him, some male songbirds show no signs of recognizing the call of their long-term mate in laboratory settings. But recent work with these animals has found that they can, in fact, differentiate their mate's voice but will react to it only in certain social situations.
I didn't want to know this:
Clever -- But Please, No Singing
Why settle for run-of-the-mill "Kerry-Edwards 2004" gear, when you can show some state pride as well? Several Oklahomans have been spotted around the FleetCenter wearing "Kerry-Okies" T-shirts -- and yes, they're for sale at KerryOkies.com.
From the Stumpers List: Adie, Kate. Corsets to camouflage : women and war. London : Hodder & Stoughton: Published in Association with the Imperial War Museum, 2003. 246 pp. Note(s): Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Imperial War Museum./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 243) and index. OCLC # 52485696
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