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See the infamous "Santa Fe Stops" video -- and other glimpses of the
most strangely beautiful city in the USA, at

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Noted efficiency expert declares:

Americans Need to Relax!!!

Today's office workers are under many stresses, he noted, and taking a 15-minute break for naps, meditation, medication, food or oxygen may not always be practical, especially in these times of challenge to national security and productivity.

One option, he suggests, is brief visits to the best spot on the Net for amusing, relaxing, inspiring and bizarre video clips, music and info,

"These exceptional amusements represent the highest level of
American creativity, humor and beauty,"
he stated authoritatively.

YOU WILL DIE!  This beautiful book will tell you all about it.

Bush, Mama Bush, First Lady, 
Rush Limbaugh, even Saddam
sing to sway public!


"The Passion of BuDDy"
jolts Hollywood & USA!

(see video)

BuDDy steps forward
to defend his President

see video

Save your child
from a life of misery!

(Linda Blair makeup test for "The Exorcist" )

See "Georgie Girl" Flash animation


Is THIS what the Web was made for? Even Al Gore wouldn't approve. Clicking on these images, or on or ,
for instance,  will give you
just a taste of the slew of funny but  wicked sites that there ought to be a law against!


Dateline: North Carolina
-- Flush with the Christmas spirit, a downtown Charlotte businessman decided to share his good fortune a dollar at a time. Mike Jeffcoat, a 42-year-old corporate furnishings consultant, taped 300 $1 bills to his office window the Friday before Christmas along with a note: "Please take only what you need ... Remember others." Amazingly, it took more than 35 minutes for the money to disappear on the crowded downtown street. Many in the crowd took nothing, while some took only a few bucks for a cup of coffee, Christmas present or a bus ticket. As Jeffcoat hung the money, one stranger gave him $20. The man didn't have singles and wanted to help. Others contributed a few bucks. Sharmel Shirley, 23, and Sadaka Kimble, 24, split the final $41. Shirley needed to pay a power bill. Kimble's daughter needed diapers. Both women said they've been out of work for four months.       From

Negative Campaigns Big Council Losers
Albuquerque Journal  October 29, 2003

   The winners said they were helped by a backlash against negative campaigning by Citizens for Greater Albuquerque, a pro-business group that dwarfed the spending of candidates it opposed but lost every contested race it fought. "...  the negative campaigning really solidified people behind me." ... a backlash against negative politics. .. Voters throughout the city said they were fed up with the bitterness and attacks ... ." I would have voted for him because of the negative campaigning. I just didn't like it." .. "I wouldn't call it negative. I'd call it petty and stupid," he said. .. "Negative campaigning has always turned me off," he said.

"Santa Fe Stops"
The decline of civilization briefly illustrated
"All It Takes"
A teen music video to take your heart away!
"Let the Lower Lights be Burning"
An unforgettable hymn by Nashville and bluegrass legend Kathy Chiavola


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Bizarre news
& comedy

Holy vomitorium,
Spokesmodels speak out, The two greatest letters- to-the-editor, etc..

Powerful meditative moments:
Rio Grande Gorge
New Mexico Sky

"Adult" sites snag terrorists

 The owners of two unusual "adult" websites are offering an even more unusual alternative for potential terrorists who may be tempted by visions of scores of virgins in a post-martyrdom afterlife... So the owners of and have made  a bold offer to anyone seriously considering a terrorist act: Set aside your plans, and we'll give you your virgins right here, right now!   

A beautiful essay,
worth its own link
Jack Clark, the hardest-working radical theologian in the business.
His sites: 

Right-Wing Pseudo-Christians

The Rational Radical

Bill O'Reilly, Con Man

Sean Hannity, Evildoer


One bitterly cold night in January of 1935, the mayor (New York Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia) turned up at a night court that served the poorest ward of the city. LaGuardia dismissed the judge for the evening and took over the bench himself. Within a few minutes, a tattered old woman was brought before him, charged with stealing a loaf of bread. She told LaGuardia that her daughter's husband had deserted her, her daughter was sick, and her two grandchildren were starving.But the shopkeeper, from whom the bread was stolen, refused to drop the charges. “It's a real bad neighborhood, Your Honor,” the man told the mayor. “She's got to be punished to teach other people around here a lesson.”LaGuardia sighed. He turned to the woman and said, “I've got to punish you. The law makes no exceptions. Ten dollars or ten days in jail.” But even as he pronounced sentence, the mayor was already reaching into his pocket. He extracted a bill and tossed it into his famous hat, saying, “Here is the ten dollar fine which I now remit; and furthermore, I am going to fine everyone in this courtroom fifty cents for living in a town where a person has to steal bread so that her grandchildren can eat. Mr. Bailiff, collect the fines and give them to the defendant.”The following day, New York City newspapers reported that $47.50 was turned over to a bewildered woman who had stolen a loaf of bread to feed her starving grandchildren. Fifty cents of that amount was contributed by the grocery store owner himself, while some seventy petty criminals, people with traffic violations, and New York City policemen, each of whom had just paid fifty cents for the privilege of doing so, gave the mayor a standing ovation.



Here is a great listing of the many "un-conservative" radio talk shows in the US.

Also, several "Dot-com Geniuses" suggested by The Diaries of Karl Rove:

Jim Hightower, Thom Hartmann (unusual history- and philosophy-
based talk show), Mike Malloy, Tom Paine and Greg Palast.
Also, the supposedly far, far left radio show which is nonethtless one of the
radio shows that consistently sets up opposing guests for debate:
Amy Goodman & Juan Gonzales' "Democracy Now." And another good one,
partly for the same reason: "Left, Right &Center."

Other good alternative news, opinion and "media watch" sites,
organizations, magazines and writers: (media criticism) -- and hear this interview with Janine Jackson, host of "Counterspin," explaining why reporters seldom ask the questions you would like answered.
("Trust Us; We're Experts")

Molly Ivins

Paul Krugman (and see his interview)

Altercation (Eric Alterman)

The Guardian

Mother Jones

Project Censored

Public Citizen


Richard Reeves

United for a Fair Economy

Utne Reader

Washington Monthly

True Americans enjoy America's richest radio programing: "This American Life,"
"Prairie Home Companion" and National Public Radio's "Morning Edition,"
"All Things Considered," and weekend news programs.

President Theodore Roosevelt as quoted in the Kansas City Star, May 7, 1918,
the final year of World War One:

"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by
the president right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to
the American public."

Additional vitriol (including cartoons) at

Biting musical satire: Bosses of the World Unite! (The CEO Fight Song)

To easily hear songs, radio shows etc. on the Web, go to lower-right corner
of this page: "Download the Free RealOne Player"


This is not a joke. There really is a man's head in here. Make sure to
time yourself.

Can you find the man within 3 seconds? 30 seconds? 3 minutes?

According to some scientists, the faster you can find the man's head, the more developed your right brain is.

This represents less than 1/5 of the characters in a fantastic poster called "Homies", (c) 2001 David Gonzales.

To order this poster and other Homies posters,
click here


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