Hurricane Howard Dean, Haiku, and Fraggle Rock Revisited

August 23, 2007 at 12:49 pm (POLITICS, Uncategorized)



  1. Todd Anthony said,

    GREAT stuff today, Eric…I come from a family of literary minds (my mother is an English Prof), so while haiku was never one of primary strengths, I still appreciate it nonetheless.

  2. arclightzero said,

    As always, a great post.

    I will say this about Seattle though: I don’t think they’re human out thee.

    I lived on Whidbey Island for a number of years, and grew quite familiar with Seattle and the unique breed of creatures who inhabit it. Granted, I wasn’t there by choice. I was stationed at NAS Whidbey and always thought that having Naval bases anywhere near Seattle was a big practical joke since the vast majority of the population at large hated us.

    But I digress… Seattle was a bizarre, surreal place. Liberal doesn’t even begin to describe it. I would sooner declare a political party of Martians in Seattle than even try to lump them in to even the most extreme of the Democrat party.

    I still shudder to think of the people I encountered out there.

  3. Bob Agard said,

    Our Denver papers are full of coverage of the Democrat convention to be held here in 2008. Fifteen thousand “journalists” are year from today. Eric, I hope you will be one of the journalists covering this party.

  4. Jersey McJones said,

    I’d say Howard is doing pretty well lately. At least that’s what the recent elections should show you…


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