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When the coffee runs out (or, where did all the books go?)

There's a difference between greatest or best and most beneficial books. But if no one is going to visit the library to discover them, will they truly be great, best or beneficial? Some people must be reading those odd artifacts called books. Otherwise a self-published novelist with a great book deal would have remained in the shadows of the literary landscape.

Oh, bother... maybe I need to switch from coffee to chai.

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  1. Blogger elme | 6:41 AM, April 02, 2008 |  

    Hey North Carolina . . .

    Wanna BUY an old obsolete nuclear power plant? YES? OK, then, just VOTE for Obama.
    The nuke industry is planning to build 29 new nukes. ONE of them in North Carolina.

    (See Map at NY Times LINK: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/31/washington/31nuclear.html?_r=1&oref=slogin )
    Excelon Corp, (largest nuke operator on the planet) headquartered in Illinois, has been one of Obama’s largest contributors ever since he first ran for office.
    Obama voted FOR the Cheney Energy Bill of 2005 (H.R. 6) - which ENABLED the nuke industry to start planning to build nukes. (No new nukes have been built for the past 30 years because the banks would not loan the money - too risky.)
    The Cheney Energy Bill solved that problem for them by GUARANTEEING Taxpayer PAYBACK of any of the nukes loans that default (The Congressional Budget Office rated the risk of default on the nuke loans at 50% or greater).
    Here’s the kicker: Obama has been getting BILLIONS of Dollars worth of FREE Sales PROMOTION -Campaign HELP- From: NBC & MSNBC, and CBS … because GE owns NBC/MSNBC and Westinghouse owns CBS.
    (If you check on the NY Times MAP you will see that GE & Westinghouse are planning to build the reactors at most of the planned nuke sites.)
    That’s the reason WHY the media has been rabidly PUSHING to SELL you an Obama & slamming and smearing the Clintons on TV everyday.
    COPY & PASTE and Pass the Word to everybody on your email list and to any blogs, TV, Radio, newspapers you can.
    p.s. McCain is pro-nuke too & voted FOR the Cheney energy bill.

    “GOING FROM COAL TO NUCLEAR IS LIKE GIVING UP CIGARETTES TO TAKE UP SMOKING CRACK”.
    We Need NEW Clean Renewable CHEAPER DE-Centralized, off the Grid, NON-Monopoly energy.

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