October 14th, 2002

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Pictures from this weekend. :-)

First, let me just say, Nicole attracts all the guys. Include some almost naked guy.

Anyway, first we end to Printers Ink Cafe to get Heather a Brie Platter for breakfast. Second, we went to Dave and Busters. It SUCKED!!!!! Too crowded, noisy, and annoying. Then we went back to our place. After that, we went to the bar three blocks from my house. Finally we went back to my place again. Most everyone went home. Then a couple of us went to breakfast at hObbies, the next mornig. Then Elena came up to help us celibrate Heather's b-day with her parents.

Here are the pictures, plus a few random other pictures.

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I just heard on NPR that Duct Tape works for removing warts. Aparently the military had soldiers with warts wear duct tape for several weeks, and the tape "worked better and was less painfull than freezing warts off with liquid nitrogen."

Wow... You really can use duct tape for everything!
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Someone care to explain this to me? A couple weeks ago I was listening to KQED, and they were discussing a re-emergence of anti-semitism in The United States. The American Jewish Council claims that those who disagree with Israels political policies, you are an anti-semite. I have trouible dealing with this. If you co-exist with Jewish people on your street, if you respect the religion, but think Sharon is doing more to harm the peace process than help it, you are an anti-semite. For the AJC to make this statement seems stupid in irresponsable and anger those who, in general, support Jewish people and their faith, but do not agree with the governements policies.

Any thoughts? Am I misunderstanding things, or is the AJC trying to vilify people just for disagreesing with a countries policies, by placing an inappropriate label apon people?