November 12th, 2000

MrButtlertronPimp

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I've been working on my webpage most of the night. It's still quite rough, but the framework is there. I will plan the rest of it in my head while I try and sleep. Thank you goes out to starcandy for giving me such good ideas.
MrButtlertronPimp

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"The founding fathers were against political parties. We're more like the British at the time of the revolution than what the original design for America was." - Doug Honma
MrButtlertronPimp

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"Great things are accomplished by small groups of people who are driven, who have unity of purpose. The more people involved, the slower and stupider their union is." - Jamie Zawinski
MrButtlertronPimp

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I need to get off this damn computer and read some books. I just got done watching Jurassic Park and I remember how good the book was. Michael Crighton is an amazing writer. I used to read right before I went to bed. These days it seems like when I'm ready to get in bed, I have to go to sleep right away. Must get my priorities straight.
MrButtlertronPimp

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I stand corrected... In the following sentence "There is nothing I can do, I've said my piece and now I'm moving on." I always thought it was peace.
MrButtlertronPimp

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Martin Sheen Sounds Off About Bush

VISTA DEL MAR, Calif. (AP) - Martin Sheen, America's favorite prime-time president, told a group at a California treatment center Saturday that he thinks George W. Bush (news - web sites) is a "white-knuckle drunk.''

In his speech, Sheen said he was concerned that the Republican presidential candidate never received counseling after a 1976 arrest for drunken driving.

"He's still in denial about it,'' said Sheen, a vocal supporter of Bush's rival, vice-president Al Gore (news - web sites). "You have got to be in a program. I did not make up the rules about that.''

Throughout his campaign, Bush deflected questions about drinking and drug abuse by admitting he made mistakes while young and emphasizing that he gave up alcohol at age 40.

Sheen, who plays fictional President Josiah Bartlett on NBC's political drama "The West Wing,'' said he is a recovering substance abuser himself and does not mean to insult Bush but to force him to acknowledge the severity of drug and alcohol dependence.

MrButtlertronPimp

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Going around the net trying to find email addresses of people I went to High School with. So far not a lot of luck. There are quite a few places that do "alumni" information, but not very many people sign up with them. This is the only one that anyone seems to use.