Articles posted on September 15th, 2003

Word X: Ruler Frustration

Monday, September 15th, 2003 • 5:47 pm

Here’s the situation: I am in a cell TABLE in which the text is formatted with bullets and a negative indent (but not using Word’s lousy built-in Bullets feature). The last paragraph in the cell obviously is not formatted properly. What I want to do is drag the bottom widget for the left indent to […]

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Pires and diving

Monday, September 15th, 2003 • 3:56 pm

The controversy surrounding Robert Pires’ alleged dive on Saturday in the game against Portsmouth is way overblown. As reader “Alex” notes in the readers mail on the web site, It seems that the Arsene Wenger strain of conjuntivitis (AWC) is spreading to journalists across the print media. The “selective viewing” epidemic culminated in the […]

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EPL: Day 5, Part 2

Monday, September 15th, 2003 • 4:44 am

Today, there were a couple of less interesting games on — at least on paper. Both of them turned out to be quite entertaining. The Manchester City game saw a complete reversal of fortune in the second half, with Anelka and Co. thumping the Aston Villa opposition. It’s good to see Anelka score goals, even […]

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Worrying Times

Monday, September 15th, 2003 • 1:03 am

The web site has an interesting interview with Robert Baer, former CIA case officer, and author of the book Sleeping with Devil: How Washington Sold our Soul for Saudi Crude. It’s pretty scary, when you think about it for a second. Saudi Arabia has 25 percent of the oil supply. At this point in […]

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