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The Invasion of the Gorons (Gore ons)
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The Invasion of the Gorons (Gore ons)

Their History on Planet Earth It is not at all clear when the first sightings of the Gorons occurred. It surely was sometime after the Roswell Incident of 1947 and all of the fuss over whether UFOs exist or not. Carl Sagan has painted an incredible picture of the challenge of disproving the existence of UFOs (1). Surely the UFO's must be real. How else could we be surrounded by so many Gorons? Note that the Head Goron (hereinafter referred to as the HG) is sometimes referred to as Prince Albert.

08/24/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Consumers in Captivity: San Jose City Government Prevents Broadband Deployment
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Consumers in Captivity: San Jose City Government Prevents Broadband Deployment

Tensions between AT&T and the city of San Jose reached new heights on Monday as lawyers representing the company sent a letter that formally threatened to sue the city over broadband Internet deployment. The city of San Jose contends that AT&T does not posses a valid franchise necessary for the provision of cable service and has made broadband Internet deployment contingent upon a new franchise accord. This protracted battle comes at a huge cost to consumers who are eager to receive high-speed Internet and improved cable content and service.

08/24/2000
NORTH CAROLINA
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NORTH CAROLINA

BY Tedra DeSue

Determined to see this year's $500 million school bond referendum passed, Wake County officials have kicked off an awareness campaign to encourage voters to support the initiative. The Friends of Wake County, the campaign's steering committee, on Monday began their efforts to educate the public by inviting them to tour schools and comment on the preliminary school construction plans. Voters go to the polls on Nov. 7.

08/24/2000
Texas Takes Step on Warming; Some See Shift in Bush's Position
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Texas Takes Step on Warming; Some See Shift in Bush's Position

BY ANDREW C. REVKIN

Texas' three natural resource commissioners, all appointees of Gov. George W. Bush, said yesterday that global warming was a serious problem and that the state would explore ways to cut its emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases. The decision, although just a tentative move toward action, was praised by some private environmental groups. They said it could signal a shift in the global-warming stance of Mr. Bush, who so far has said that although earth's climate appears to be warming, more research must be done to determine whether human activities are the cause.

08/24/2000
Class Clash... and Fabrication
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Class Clash... and Fabrication

Copley News Service, 08/23/2000 Vice President Al Gore and President Clinton not only took sole credit for today's splendid economy in their speeches last week at the Democratic National Convention, but they also boasted that the Clinton-Gore "new economic strategy" saved the nation from economic disaster. To use Mr. Clinton's own allusion to Joe Friday, it is time to set the economic record straight with "just the facts."

08/23/2000
Tort Reforms Save Consumers Money
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Tort Reforms Save Consumers Money

The Houston Chronicle published an op-ed co-authored by C. Boyden Gray, CSE Chairmen, and JV Schwan, Deputy Director and Counsel to Civil Justice Reform, on August 21st entitled “Hard to Argue with Bush on Record of Tort Reform,” highlighting tort reforms enacted by the Texas legislature and signed by Governor W. Bush in 1995.

08/23/2000
Texas 2000 PAC and the Constitutional Defense Fund Exposed
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Texas 2000 PAC and the Constitutional Defense Fund Exposed

The Dallas Morning News published an article in the August 23rd edition entitled “Trial lawyers accused of donation deceit PAC names called vague; group denies impropriety,” which highlights the funding of the Texas 2000 PAC and Constitutional Defense Fund.

08/23/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Pew Study Reveals Chronic Technical Ignorance
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Pew Study Reveals Chronic Technical Ignorance

Yesterday, the Pew Internet and American Life Project released its latest report: “Trust and Privacy Online: Why Americans Want to Rewrite the Rules.” The report’s findings were drawn from a 31-question survey of 2,117 Americans, of whom only 1,017 (48 percent) were Internet users.

08/23/2000
Texas Global Warming Plan Advocates Misguided
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Texas Global Warming Plan Advocates Misguided

The following statement was made today by Texas Citizens for a Sound Economy’s state director, Peggy Venable, in response to the TNRCC’s rejection of the petition to implement the Kyoto Protocol in Texas: “Environmental groups are using the global warming issue to try to force Gov. Bush to take a stand on the Kyoto Protocol, a treaty signed by President Clinton over two years ago but soundly rejected by the Senate in a bi-partisan vote of 95-0.

08/23/2000
No testing may mean increased pollution
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No testing may mean increased pollution

BY CRAIG PITTMAN

But at a public hearing, state environmental officials said it won't be enough to violate federal laws. Other speakers disagreed. Ending auto emissions tests will add an estimated 12 tons of pollutants each day to the air over Tampa Bay. State environmental officials said at a public hearing Tuesday that the increase is not enough to violate federal air pollution laws.

08/23/2000

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