TheBostonChannel.com - Money - Martha Stewart To Write Book: "'I spoke to him once, yes,' she said. 'He seems to be OK. He said he's read 180 books and he's learned Italian.'"


FOXNews.com - You Decide 2004 - When the Word 'Liberal' Attacks: "Senator Kerry is rated as the most liberal member of the United States Senate. And he chose a fellow lawyer who is the fourth most liberal member of the United States Senate. Back in Massachusetts, that's what they call balancing the ticket.'"


Yahoo! News - Europeans Refuse to Play Bin Laden Deadline Game: "we apologize to you in advance if you are among those killed.' "

CNN.com - Castaway kids' choice: swim or die - Jul 14, 2004: "'We teach all our children survival skills on the islands. It's like teaching city kids to cross the road,'"


Kidnap-wary Mexicans get chipped | The Register: "Mexico's attorney general has taken the unusual step of having an 'anti-kidnap' chip stuck in his arm and then making the fact public - thereby ensuring that anyone lifting se´┐Żor Rafael Macedo de la Concha will be certain to remove said limb at their earliest convenience."


Abstinence, Condom Controversy Erupts at AIDS Meet:

"'Abstaining from sex is oftentimes not a choice, and therefore their only hope in preventing HIV (news - web sites) infection is the use of condoms,' she added."

I'm not sure I'm following the "oftentimes not a choice" line of reasoning...

Wife Says Cheney's Cursing Was Out of Character:

"'He is such a good man, and more likely to say, 'Put a sock in it' if he's really tried,' "

Players Break a Sweat With Video Games


FOXNews.com - Politics - Women Senators Balk at Controversial Nominee:

"Holmes said the words have been taken out of context, but Sen. Dianne Feinstein (search), D-Calif., calls Holmes unacceptable.
'How can I or any other American believe that one who truly believes a woman is subordinate to her spouse [can] interpret the Constitution (search) fairly?' she asked during a debate Tuesday on the candidate."


Bush says no to NAACP convention - The Washington Times: Nation/Politics - July 09, 2004: "'lower economic people are not holding up their end in this deal. These people are not parenting. They are buying things for kids - $500 sneakers for what? And won't spend $200 for 'Hooked on Phonics?' ' "

Bill Cosby Quote...


Yahoo! News - Google Trademarks Targeted by Kids' Site Googles:

" We can't even get a dialogue,' Esrig said.
A spokesman for Google declined to comment. "

Boston.com / News / Politics / Presidential candidates / It's time to quiz Kerry

If you believe that life begins at conception, doesn't your conscience compel you to vote in concert with that belief? Just as, if your conscience tells you capital punishment is state-sanctioned murder, you would vote against the death penalty? Or if you believe that gay marriage is a fundamental civil right, you would vote against a constitutional amendment to ban it?


Kindergarten painting sold for $75,000 (July 6, 2004)

A Cradle Robbing?

"In the Senate four years, and that is the full extent of public life - no international experience, no military experience - you can imagine what the advertising is going to be next year," Mr. Kerry said of Mr. Edwards just before the Iowa caucuses

Mosquitos beware - and humans should be careful, too: "'Some of us remember riding our bicycles behind the fogger truck,' Scott said. 'Was that fun? Yes. Was it a good thing to do? Absolutely not."


Man Tries to Get Rid of Million Pennies

That's a lot of pennies.