quasi in rem

Saturday, April 10, 2004

Box Office Mojo > Passion passes ROTK

The Passion of the Christ has passed the Return of the King in terms of box office pace. This weekend should be a huge weekend for the film, and it is still playing in a lot of theatres.

Holy Moley!!!!!

2004 SurveyUSA Election Polls

Sorted: Newest Data on Top
Last Updated:4/6/04


U.S. Senate, PA GOP Primary
4/6/2004

Specter
46%

Toomey
40%

Other/Undecided 14%
Data Collected
4/3/04 - 4/5/04

Geography
State of Pennsylvania

Sample Population
490 Certain Voters

Margin of Error
4.5%

It is a Happy Easter for Toomey.

Friday, April 09, 2004

Fully-financed park to get Expos: "Washington's new proposal, first reported by The Washington Times, envisions a $340 million stadium built on a parking lot near RFK Stadium, where the Senators played before relocating to Texas after the 1971 season. RFK would also serve as the relocated Expos' temporary home for two or three seasons while the new stadium is built. The money would be raised through a new tax on large Washington businesses and taxes on tickets, concessions, merchandise, parking and other stadium-related sales.
Malek said he and city officials still feel the best location for a stadium is downtown as part of an economic revitalization along New York Avenue, but the cost of the land would require a contribution from Malek's group."

Monday, April 05, 2004

Post Surgery John Kerry...

My does that face look smooth.

Thursday, April 01, 2004

Secret bunkers held chemical weapons, says Iraqi exile - Iraq - www.theage.com.au: "One, he says, was under an island in the Tigris River near Saddam University. Another was beneath the house of one of Saddam's cousins, and reached by a tunnel with a hidden entrance 800 metres away.
He described the bunkers as being built 15 metres underground, of reinforced concrete, and multi-storeyed. 'Between these layers, pipes would rise up, through the building above to provide access for ventilation.
'The lethal chemicals were stored in drums and the bunkers were air-conditioned. But there were also artillery shells and 122-millimetre rockets armed with chemicals.'
He says the sites had been built using foreign construction companies, including a company from China, and that nobody was allowed to approach without authorisation and extensive ID checks by the Special Republican Guard."