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May 18, 2004

Doing the Right Thing

If there has ever been an opportunity to show the Arab world what America stands for, this is it.

That was the first sentence of my first post on the Abu Ghraib scandal over two weeks ago. And it looks like it may be working.

Thanks to Sarah from Trying to Grok for the great tip.

- Cassandra

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You may think that adding the "ing" to my movie copyrite Do the Right Thing would protect you, but you were wrong. This is a shake down. I expect pay for using my copyrites - no exceptions. I brought a large *cough* television network to its knees, and I can do the same with this multinational high ranked blog.

When I am done with you, I am going after that vampire Spike on Buffy. He will learn what sucking blood is all about.

Posted by: Spike Lee at May 19, 2004 12:06:28 PM

It's a grave mistake to read your posts when I'm listening to a client blather on and on, on the telephone...

I almost busted out laughing right in the middle of one of his overlong, run-on, stream-of-unconsciousness sentences.

I will add this to my list of things not-to-do:

1. Don't open attachments from CKC while you're on the phone

2. Never read a certain atty's comments while on the phone. Put down drinks before reading.

3. Stop providing such easy opportunities for Pile On to take cheap shots at me.

I shall add to the list as further insights strike me.

Posted by: Cass at May 19, 2004 12:19:08 PM