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Thu, Apr. 19th, 2007 | 04:49 pm  slavezombie


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Fate of clear channel still unresolved, by JF §c2  †   High court backs ban on disputed abortion method, by David Savage, §a1  †   Gunman's angry diatribe mailed between attacks, by Richard A Serrano and David Zucchino, §a1  †   Ethnicity brings an unwelcome focus, §a2  †

I don't know where to turn. I would work on my stylesheet at home, but there's really no way of knowing how my amateur coding effects explorer browsers. I'm in a quandry, but what I should be saying is I'm satisfied that I've solved that pesky IE peek-a-boo bug and and still have the background image working along side with the containers. Although I wasn't able to get the rest of my menu links the "blue" color I seem to be seeing "my links" in, I'm tired and am going to give it a rest.

On top of all that, I need a haircut, but I don't think I'm going to get one. My hair seems to poof out at the ends (only), which is an improvement from before I was able to tie it behind my head.

I've been planning to read some of the imdb posts for one of the upcoming releases due out in August, but I've been tied up with troubleshooting my css stylesheet. The most popular entries I'm going to look at are "Best ways to torture Gertrude", in which Thegoldenwalrus describes the way he would've dealt with the offender, and "Why was this made into a film? This isn't necessary", for which I might enter a reply citing the film Dancer in the dark which depicts a woman on death row for the murder of a police officer. A few other entries include the observation that Sundance is getting more and more raunchy and less artsy in "Sundance is doing a number on the auds…" and "I wish they would not make this movie" — 'they' being the key word — somebody told me only psychos use the word they when generalizing the object of a sentence.
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Apr. 19, 2007Los Angeles Times


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