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This blog used to be about politics. Not so much anymore as I have worked through my fascination with that subject. It now seems appropriate that with a new president and the end of the Bush nightmare that I move on to new subjects that are more in line with my current interests. I may still occasionally express an opinion about political matters but for the most part I will be commenting on music, photography and personal observations. Thank you for reading.

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In the news today, oh boy...

Powell Resigns.. last seen crawling around the floor of the Security Council chamber picking up the last broken shreds of his credibility. Vows to keep looking for the real killer, er.. I mean, weapons.

Yassar Arafat... still dead. Chronwatch still deluded.

I got pulled over for speeding yesterday. I didn't get a ticket. I'm not sure why, but I hardly ever get tickets. I think its because I never try to make excuses or talk my way out of it. I just hand over my license and insurance and shut up.

Officer: "I pulled you over because you were going 55 in a 45.

Me: "ok, here you go."

(a few minutes pass, I sit in my car and listen to music}

Officer: (handing back my license and insurance) "Have a good night, slow down."

Just so you know... go ahead and pull off the main road if you have a chance. I doubt they'll think you're resisting arrest if you pull a few extra feet up the street and turn into a parking lot. I hate it when lanes are blocked by a cop and a pulled over vehicle. Pull over, sit in your car, roll down the window, turn off the radio and have your license and insurance ready to go.

My assumption is that cops are like everyone else. They head to work everyday just hoping not to run into an asshole that day. So if you can make their day go by a little easier they'll be cool as well. Unless they're the assholes themselves. That happens too. There's not much you can do about that. But so far my experience with the Broken Arrow Police has been pretty decent. I'm sure they can afford to be a little relaxed and easygoing. Its not like Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is a hotbed of criminal activity. I'm sure we have our fair share of doped up kids and wife beaters but nothing CSI worthy.

Hot Russian girl plays tennis Monday for lots of money:

Sharapova advanced by beating French Open titlist and fellow Russian Anastasia Myskina, also in come-from-behind fashion.

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