Re: [rumori] news sites / mp3 links

From: Every Man (
Date: Sun Mar 23 2003 - 16:24:02 PST

> >I wonder what WFMU was thinking?
>probably something like 'here they all are, make up your own mind'

I thought that was Google's job? And what is it with these funny
sounding names to search engines anyway? First Yahoo, then
Google... when is Shwinklewanklebucket coming into play?

> >I'd imagine no one here is a big fan of NPR either. Oh well.
> >"The Man" is out to get us, don't you know?
>they've been playing some good stuff. also some horrible things. the
>filters are off at a time like this, though there are some imperatives
>POWs), they've got a lot of airtime to fill and everything coming in is
>pure chaos.
>it can be fun to watch at times like this, the curtain flies up and you can
>see the flailing skeletons behind the curtain, a lot of very raw data and
>opinions are getting in there because there's no time to edit. after a
>certain stage, though, the more you click the less you know. trying to
>glean actual facts at this stage is nearly futile, no definitive trustable
>statistics to be found anywhere. a lot of valuable subjective expression
>though. which is where even rush's website comes in handy.

I find it amusing to see the actual civilians get interviewed. The city
the US stormed where people were supposedly happy to be liberated
has been shown as just the opposite when ABC caught up with them.
They said they were promised food and water, and never got any. They
showed wounded soldiers who were seeking help, and were told it was
on its way, but they were still laying there bleeding.

No one said that the US soldiers PAID them to act happy for the camera,
but I have to wonder. I think I'll just keep doing that.

> >back to more messages on the Wobbly/PLU mailing list.
>you hate.

Oh, Jon,
We have no room left for hate
To feel such a way is waste
We play at paste...
Till qualified, for pearl
Then, drop the paste
And deem ourself a fool

The shapes- though- were similar,
And our new hands
Learned Gem-tactics
Practicing Sands.

> sorry if I post announcements to the list too much, I enjoy when
>other people mail in their websites/mp3 links...

speaking of which, i've been noodling around with some
software called "MetaMix" lately, and came up with these:

Get metamix from:
Mac OS X and Windows friendly... but apparently not OS 9 friendly.

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