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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, 24 October 2004

Topic: Photos

New items now on line...

This week's issues of Just Above Sunset - parent site to this web log - is now on line. That would be Volume 2, Number 42 for Sunday, October 24, 2004.

This week? In the feature article there is a discussion of that Republican television ad with the hungry wolves, and the dialog gets hot - vastly expanded from what originally appeared on this site. The current events items center on political epistemology - what is true and how do we know it is true and all that. Again, these extend what originally appeared here. Friends in Cincinnati and Paris discuss religion and its uses in the now extended Dialogs Concerning Natural Religion - and you will be surprised. And, as appeared here first, there is a follow-up to the idea that Bush had a little radio into his ear during the first debate, and why there was no follow-up on that in the mainstream media, with some points further clarified.

Exclusive to the weekly, Ric Erickson returns with a report on the ongoing presidential straw poll for expatriate Americans in Paris, at the legendary Harry's New York Bar in the 2e arrondissement - and Ric sends photos. Kerry is leading over there. And Ric in a second item discusses the use of English in France, which kind of got hot again last week.

Exclusive to the weekly too are Bob Patterson's two columns. The World's Laziest Journalist column takes on the New York Times (well, they did print his letter) and most everyone else, and the Book Wrangler visits a famous Los Angeles mystery bookstore.

And a special feature of the weekly magazine format (separate pages for photography) - a guest photographer shows us Paris as you have not seen it elsewhere. Local Hollywood photography is Sunrise over Sunset - and the pithy quotes are about art. So enjoy.

Here are the direct links.


Current Events ________

Political Advertisements: Never Cry Wolf

The New Community: Say what? Who are you going to believe? Me, or your own eyes?

Faith in Action: Everyone piles on as we move toward civil war, maybe ...

Dialogs Concerning Natural Religion: Not David Hume in the late eighteenth century, but Paris and Cincinnati this week...

Basic Facts: Here in the reality-based community ...

Follow-Up: The possibility that Bush was wired with a little radio into his ear during the first debate, and its implications ...


Our Man in Paris ________

Paris this Week: Kerry Gets the Edge At Harry's

Language: Le 'Must' Globish


Bob Patterson ________

WLJ Weekly: The World's Laziest Journalist - Alien Abduction or Breech of Security?

Book Wrangler: A book reviewer's Christmas season bonanza ...


Features ________

Guest Photography: C'est ? cause que tout doit finir que tout est si beau. (Paris candid shots)

Photography: Sunrise over Sunset Boulevard, October 24, 2004 (Hollywood)

Quotes: What is art?

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And one of the arty photographs at the site....



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