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90 Νοέμβριος 28, 2004

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Due to heavy workload I wont be able to write my usual incoherent mumblings for a while. So for now here is a site (in Greek) dedicated to the unique (and slightly insane) Tzimis Panousis. I must also reminding my Greek readers that Tzimis has a semi-surreal Radio show on Skai Radio every Saturday and Sunday at 1 pm. Enjoy!!

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89 Νοέμβριος 21, 2004

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From «This is Local London«, November 5

«….The financial warning was given by the Mayor of Athens, Dora Bakoyannis, who was in London to give a speech about what it takes to make an Olympic city.

After a brief interruption from protestors who claimed the 2004 games were used to curtail civil liberties in Greece Ms Bakoyannis set out her case.»

I also heard that the protestors had a sign mentioning the 14 workers who died in the appalling conditions during the construction of the Olympic installations. We usually learn every little thing that happens to Greek politicians in their foreign visits. We didn’t hear about this little incident in Greece. At least I did not see any reports about it in the Greek media. I wonder why…

88 Νοέμβριος 18, 2004

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You cant get more cynical than this! Kevin Sites, the guy who was embedded with the marines that shot the wounded Iraqis in Falluja and reported the incident has a blog with some of his reports and photos. I visited his blog out of curiosity and discovered that his comments section was filled with hundreds of messages written by conservative Americans calling him a traitor and threatening his life !!!!!The comments section is now removed from his site, but conservative sites and bogglers are screaming for his blood all over the place!

87 Νοέμβριος 17, 2004

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In case you still have doubts about any war crimes happening in Falluja here is one captured on video.

86 Νοέμβριος 15, 2004

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Greek seems to be working again although it  depends on the browser settings (Greek ISO). If I have time I might try to work out the proper page setup to avoid the problem.

85 Νοέμβριος 14, 2004

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For those wondering who voted for W you can see them here in all their unapologizing glory.

84 Νοέμβριος 14, 2004

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Userland has moved the Radio Weblogs to another server and as a result I’ve lost all entries written in Greek. It was to good to be true I guess.

83 Νοέμβριος 10, 2004

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And here is the always excellent Sadly No! with a not-so-dumb American company apologizing (through their products) for its very-dumb president and his extremely-dumb voters

82 Νοέμβριος 10, 2004

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Here are some representatives of half of America apologizing for the other half (and themselves). Nice try guys.. but somehow I dont think it is going to work.

81 Νοέμβριος 10, 2004

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Watched an interview yesterday of former foreign minister Theodoros Pangalos. This guy with all his incredible flaws (or maybe because of them) is probably the most charismatic Greek politician today