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"It is better to be drunk with loss and to beat the ground, than to let the deeper things gradually escape."

- I. Compton-Burnett, letter to Francis King (1969)

"Cynical realism – it is the intelligent man’s best excuse for doing nothing in an intolerable situation."

- Aldous Huxley, "Time Must Have a Stop"







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Sunday, 17 October 2004

Topic: Photos

Perhaps blogging here will resume tomorrow...

The weekly magazine format parent site to this daily web log - Just Above Sunset - was just published. That would be Volume 2, Number 41 - Sunday, October 17, 2004

This week? Say, what do you make of the Republican National Committee's cease and desist order threatening legal action if certain groups do not stop talking about how reinstituting the draft may be necessary in these difficult times? See THE DRAFT below. Should the Republican Party cultivate thugs to counter newspapers that refuse to endorse Bush? See ENDORSEMENTS below. The mounting evidence that our leader is suffering from presenile dementia is reviewed in ODD DIAGNOSES - and in PRESS NOTES a comic lays into the mainstream press. Personal friends and big-gun pundits weigh in on the last presidential debate, and why women and housecats have turned on Bush in a FOLLOW-UP to the second debate... along with a pointer to the one key political document this week.

Bob Patterson returns in his role as The World's Laziest Journalist and returns to his other alias, The Book Wrangler, reviewing the new Kitty Kelley book. The usual odd quotes - Einstein on wearing plaid - and for the first time in 181 days it rains in Los Angeles, as you will see in the PHOTOGRAPHY section.

The Paris desk is silent this week. But there is a lot here.


Current Events ________

The Last Debate: Bush and Kerry in a last face-off ...

Endorsements: Those with little success and even less luck in life don't much care for disagreement about George Bush

The Draft: The issue that isn't an issue if the cease and desist order stands...

Odd Diagnoses: Bush's Brain and all that....

Press Notes: Roles and Responsibilities

Follow-Up: What changed after the second presidential debate? The folks from Venus bailed out.

Recommended This Week: Item of Note - the one key political document of the week...


Bob Patterson ________

WLJ Weekly: The World's Laziest Journalist - Does carpe diem mean the daily special at a rug store?

Book Wrangler: How can you tell when a politician is lying? (Their lips are moving.)


Features ________

Photography: It never rains in Southern California? Wet botanicals....

Quotes: Useful Pithy Observations... Albert Einstein gives fashion advice? Sure. Why not?



The neighborhood on the first rainy day in many months, between the squalls...



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