? A: his lips are moving. I would love to believe it’s not true, and I’ve met cops who have surprised and impressed me many times. But I’ve also seen a lot of the behaviour that M-J writes about. If anything, I think cops should be held to a higher standard, and as he writes, they often can’tmeet them. In general I have high standards. In society, we make rules and then I expect everyone to play by them. Just because you’ve been entrusted to enforce the rules doesn’t mean they apply less to you. Nor should you try to change the rules arbitrarily just cause it suits you to do so in the moment.
Archives for May 2002
: the site about the case coming before the Supremes.
It has been practically a week since I put anything new up on the site! Where the time goes has become a major question for me. My day job is great, my moonlighting job is great, and my voluteer job is, ahem, interesting – but that’s altogether too many jobs to be trying to do all at once.
. Although it is based on conjecture and circumstantial evidence, the story about Unocal, the Taliban and the Bush government in the pre-Sept. 11 period seems to be surviving very nicely. The latest appearance is an article called “Pipeline dream” by William Rivers Pitt in WorkingForChange. It’s a sober article that’s careful to remind readers of the tenous nature of some of the information included.
Live blogging another event that happened yesterday – the Creative Commons launch. Some very interesting ideas. Nothing particularly new to someone who has followed this issue or been involved with it over the years, but some of the combinations they’re building (conceptually) are kind of novel. Sounds like it was a very cool event.