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The Zazi plot tells us al Qaeda apparently has not been able to bring explosives on ships into American ports or they would have tried it. And note that they did not even attempt to have Zazi smuggle bomb ingredients on his plane flight home, which suggests new airline security measures are working, inhibiting them from trying that route.
Al Qaeda likes to play with commonly available materials and to find ways to game security systems. Such was also the case with the Zazi plot. Zazi was not trying to assemble a nuclear weapon or a dirty bomb when he was caught. If his al Qaeda trainers in Peshawar had access to radioactive material, can you imagine they wouldn't have found a way to supply him with it? Al Qaeda is now reduced to recruiting young, unskilled amateurs. Clearly, they couldn't enlist a professional chemist or engineer for the peroxide bomb project.
Zazi was sloppily going on the Internet trying to learn how to mix peroxide with acetone. Yes, unfortunately, our worst fears are true about mosques harboring militants in America. If there is another al Qaeda cell in the U. Which means the JTFF should probably -- sensitively -- step up its infiltration and scrutiny of mosques in America. New York City remains the main target for al Qaeda, because they can easily rack up a large body count with an attack on such a huge vertical city.
If you're in Berkeley, Calif. This former assistant to Andy Warhol shoots photos that are as fascinating and original and striking as those by any other photographer of his generation. I was so taken by his pictures that I went through the collection once and then walked through a second time just for the enjoyment. There are dreamers in bedrooms, surreal ice, complexity in simplicity, Alaska and Iran as you've never seen them and, everywhere, people, characters you care about, as close as you can come to photographing a pysche, in some cases.
Check it out at BAM through Feb. As always, interesting stuff via Marshall Stax. Enjoyed iamoneiamoneiamone. Loved the title "Swinger's Wig. Back when the annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass music fest in San Francisco which, by the way, is not a strictly bluegrass fest was an insider secret, it was even more fun than it Wanna Be Startin Somethin - The Vision Mastermixers - Immaculate Mixes (CD now. In the old days -- up until last year, in fact -- you could saunter right up to the stage in Golden Gate Park on a lazy Friday afternoon and see and photograph folk and pop icons like Robert Plant, Alison Krauss, Elvis Costello, John Mellencamp and Jeff Tweedy.
As if they were playing in your own backyard. But then word got out. Suddenly, this Garbo of music fests -- mostly unadvertised, the brainchild of banjo playing entrepreneur Warren Hellman, and best of all free of charge to all -- became what's the word? Somewhere along the way it turned into the Can't-Hardly-See-the-Stage fest. I mean, last year I walked right to the front of the stage and saw every bead of sweat on Robert Plant's face.
This year, from a distance, on my toes, I saw John Prine in what I think was a black jacket. That said, Prine, kicking off this year's fest with Lyle Lovett, was in fine voice yesterday, singing some of his greatest songs "Paradise," "Angel from Montgomery," "Picture Show," etc. Concert reminded me what a terrific writer Prine is, his ability to cut-through-the-crap almost punkish lyrically, though musically I sorta wish he'd consider collaborating with a more unconventional musical partner like, say, Jeff Tweedy, who might move him into more formally unpredictable musical turf.
Preceding him was Tom Morello, who performed an interesting, partly-hip hop version of Woody Guthrie's "This Land," calling it the alternative national anthem which is also what I said in my Digression of August 3, belowand what others have noted, too. And truly, Guthrie's tune resonates like few others. It seems every concert I attend these days -- from last summer's Counting Crows's gig in Berkeley which closed with "This Land" to Wilco's show a couple months ago featuring "California Stars" -- includes something by Woody.
By the way, what's the formal procedure for changing the national anthem in the U. Do citizens petition the Congress or does the president introduce a bill to change it? Whatever the route, perhaps we should seize the national zeitgeist right now and take the opportunity to give ourselves a first-class anthem instead of that god-awful unsingable "Star Spangled Banner.
And it is correct that the american people should have sympathy for them, because the longer it takes you to recognize the real causes, the higher a price you will pay, needlessly. Thus, since the administration in the White House—one of the sides in this struggle—has appealed to you for years that war is necessary to ensure your security, then, to understand the truth, a wise man would want to heed and listen to both sides of the struggle, so lend me your ears. It is truthfully a stain of shame on the forehands of all world politicians who facilitate this, and the people who ally with them with prior knowledge of their intentions—along with the influence from the Israeli lobby in America.
You will also discover that, even today, those who issue statements from inside the White House and claim that your wars against us are necessary for your security are the same ones who worked under the regime of Cheney and Bush, and marketed their former policies of fear to safeguard the interests of large corporations at the expense of your blood and economy.
Truthfully, those are the ones responsible for forcing war upon you, not the mujahideen—as we are [merely] defending the right to liberate our land. And should you consider your situation at some depth, then you will discover that the White House is actually occupied by interest groups, and that it [the White House] should have been liberated, instead of fighting to liberate Iraq as Bush claimed.
The role of a White House leader in today's atmosphere, regardless of his name, is like a train conductor who has no choice but to move forward on the rails laid down by interest groups—or else its path will be obstructed—and who lives in fear that his fate will be that of the former president [John F. Put the issue of your alliance with the Israelis up for debate and ask yourselves what your stance is: is your own security, blood, children, money, jobs, homes, economy, and reputation more important to you, or do you prefer the safety of the Israelis, their children, and economy?
If you choose your own security and bring the war to a halt—and this is what the opinion polls have shown is most popular—then you must work and replace the hands of those from amongst you who have endangered our safety, and we are ready to respond to this decision in accordance with sound and just principles that have been previously mentioned. And here, there is an important point that requires attention regarding the war and stopping it: when Bush took power and appointed a secretary of defense who had assisted in killing two million suffering villagers in Vietnam, intelligent people predicted on that day that Bush was preparing for new massacres during his term in office, and this is what occurred in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Libyan leader Muammar el-Qaddafi is making his very first visit to the United States in a few weeks, so what a better time to bone up on the oeuvre of Col. Many of Qaddafi's writings are available in his three-volume "Green Book," sort of his answer to Mao's "Little Red Book," and on his official website www. Here are excerpts from some of Qadaffi's vanished writings, posted on his website in andbut gone now.
Medical research has proven, and will prove further in the future, that those who have [soccer] mania, and those addicted to the game are most at risk of psychological and nervous disorders. Those disorders in turn are the leading causes of heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, hyper-tension and premature aging.
Human physical activity has diminished due to the overuse of technology. People have become more lethargic, lazy and obese. At the same time, sport which should be an individual activity that cannot be delegated to others just like prayers, or a collective one exercised by the all the masses has been transformed into an exploitative activity monopolized by the rich dominant elite like the World Cup.
The masses are reduced to playing the role of the idiotic spectator. Second, beware the hatred, enmity and racism generated by [soccer] The games in led to war between El Salvador and Honduras that left more than 30, people either dead or wounded. It also left a wound that will never heal It causes the spread of degenerate behavior and collective recklessness and irresponsibility. Socio-psychological studies have proven that the manic, fanatical addicts of the World Cup are below normal in intellectual capacity and psychological development.
Why does the calendar start with the birth of Jesus and not the death of Muhammad? The reason is that Muslims are weak and defeated It is indeed a miracle that Jesus was born without a father Jesus was neither crucified nor killed The person crucified 2, years ago was a man who resembled Jesus, not Jesus himself.
Jesus was not crucified They all knew that the crucified was not Jesus but pretended otherwise to allow the real Jesus to escape. As a pop culture phenomenon, Phish is one of the most inextinguishable. Every time the band disbands, fan demand is so great that it has had to come back just one more time. Remember Phish's final break-up of ? Its Great Hiatus of ? All history. As everyone knows, the band has reunited again, at least for now, with a new studio album, "Joy," due on Sept.
I must say that the Phish I remember, however, is not the Phish almost everyone else knows, because I was the first journalist to have conducted a taped interview with bandleader Trey Anastasio. Of course, that claim is sometimes met with jealous skepticism by one or two rivalrous colleagues every time I bring it up, but that's the nature of competition.
And on the tape, Anastasio clearly refers to concerts that are coming up in the first week of Februaryso there is absolutely no doubt about the date of the interview.
I've researched it: there is no taped interview with Anastasio that happened before mine, so mine is the first, and I'm very happy to take credit for what is called in the journalism business "a scoop. Plus, my tape captures the moment when I first introduced Anastasio to the band Widespread Panic, who with Phish would soon go on to form the core of the "jam band" movement of the s.
So, yes, I can actually take credit for having first told Trey about WP! Actually, my connection to Phish goes back even further than that, to early and late A few months after I left my staff writer position at Cash Box magazine in New York in '87 -- where, by.
Among those who sent in tapes was Phish, which mailed a demo featuring four originals "Golgi Apparatus," "Fee," "David Bowie," and "Fluffhead," all of which later appeared on "Junta" and two covers.
My first interviews with Phish's Mike Gordon date back to an astonishingly early January Back then, we talked on a fairly regular basis, and here is a letter he sent to me in I interviewed Mike Gordon a full year before I spoke with Trey, though I didn't record those conversations; however, Gordon did send me this handwritten letter, dated March 8, above.
I eventually wrote about the group for the newspaper's July 19,issue, calling Phish "an unlikely combination of the Grateful Dead and Steely Dan" in a story that stands as the first to mention the band in a publication outside the Burlington area besides concert listings in newspapers.
Meanwhile, my Anastasio interview of '89 stayed in a drawer in my desk for years; nobody wanted the interview at the time because the band was almost completely unknown and would remain that way for some time to come.
My '89 interview with Trey was finally published many years later, on December 24,in New Times, after it had become something of a pop culture artifact. We've got almost two albums' worth Wanna Be Startin Somethin - The Vision Mastermixers - Immaculate Mixes (CD material recorded. We've only got one day left of recording. What it includes is more originals.
All fairly new songs, newer than stuff on the old [six-song] tape [from ]. Two of them are very new; we just finished them. Two of them are things we've been playing for a while but haven't gotten around to recording. We're a lot happier with it than with the demo. When we choose stuff for the album, I think the only thing on the demo that'll make it onto the album is "Fee.
Mike [Gordon] writes songs as well. One of Mike's songs that's going to be on the album is called "Contact. See, we're having a hard time deciding what to put on the album. And I think that's the first thing we're going to do is talk with record companies and tell them we have all these songs. Yeah, we've only just started talking to people [at record companies].
And we haven't really sent it out yet. We wanted to finish this last song. We [are performing on] three nights -- tonight, tomorrow, the next night -- in Vermont. And then we're going to Boston. We talked to a guy at Rounder Records, we have a connection there, and they seemed pretty interested.
People are definitely starting to make the [Grateful Dead] comparisons less. But as far as those comparisons, there's nothing really wrong with it, considering that they're one of the most successful bands anywhere now. But the thing that's different about it is the kind of music we're writing now, the newer stuff is sounding less and less like that. No one in the band listens to the Grateful Dead very much. I had a phase where I listened to them. I was more into Led Zeppelin in high school.
I was a Led Zeppelin fanatic and so was the drummer [Jon Fishman]; he went to see them all the time and followed them around. When I got to college -- the last year of high school and into college -- I got into a little bit of a Grateful Dead phase but [grew] out of that and went into a sort of jazz phase. Yeah, we've kind of been cutting [the jams] down to like one per set, two per set. But we do do that.
That's definitely where the Grateful Dead connection comes in. As well as the fact that a lot of the people that come down to see us are hippie types. More like college -type hippies.
You know what I mean? But actually when we play in Boston -- this is one of the great things that's happening to us in Boston right now -- it's not really that way. We're getting a different type of crowd. When we first started, we had much more of a Dead sound, even through that demo with "David Bowie," that song.
So our following up here [in Boston and in Burlington] was definitely a "Deadhead" type following. And it still kind of is. Word of mouth. Oh, yes. It's a great thing.
I was talking to some girl from the BU [Boston University] paper [in a non-taped conversation], and she said the closest she had seen in crowds was actually the Radiators. I've never seen the Radiators. The word of mouth thing is working out real well. I think there's also a lot of people who like us because we do -- have you heard "Fluffhead" on the demo? A large bulk of what we do We do a lot of variety. And then we'll do in the same set maybe a Led Zeppelin song.
But almost all originals. Usually not more than three or four covers. We did "Good Times, Bad Times. We're definitely going to keep playing live.
But the album thing is important for a lot of reasons. We're pretty much done recording it. Like I said, we've got so much material recorded we could put out a double album. So I guess the next step is to try to get signed to a label, even if it's an indie. I think we'll do all right. Because if the distribution isn't that great, we've got such a big following -- we've got a mailing list now, we've got a hotline, and I think we'll be able to sell it ourselves. Sly came thisclose to getting food poisoning from spoiled bologna before his set.
I interviewed members of the Family Stone, including trumpeter Cynthia Robinson, Sly's one-time significant other. She's the one who plays, among other things, that magnificent horn riff on "Hot Fun in the Summertime. Though some sources say that much of the audience was asleep during some of the explosive 3am set, Robinson paints a different picture in this interview, in which she provides a revealing look at what it was like -- really like -- for those who were actually there at the fest as performers.
Here is Cynthia Robinson, from my exclusive interview, in remarks not published until now. Cynthia Robinson, back in the day! And we were sitting in the back of the trailer. When we [arrived], it was daylight.
It was so hot that the news on the radio said, "Do not eat any packaged meats, because the refrigeration cannot handle this heat. And Sly grabbed some baloney. We got in the car, and [Sly] spread some mayonnaise on some bread, and put the baloney between. So just from walking out of the store [in Woodstock] and getting into the car and making the sandwich, [the lunchmeat] just started bubbling. It was poison, you know. We got over there and waited a long time.
By then it was cold and raining, it was pouring rain and there was no place to get under because there was just land, open space, no trees, and the people sat there. And I thought that was awesome. And they got into it. It was awesome. They didn't even try to get up and run away from the rain because there was no place to go. Bill Clinton: President Obama's most powerful foreign policy tool.
My guess is that if a Cuban missile crisis were to occur, it would be Obama's judgment plus the former president's negotiating. Biden may have extraordinary foresight, Hillary might have a mastery of issues, but it's Bill Clinton who has the ability to -- what's the word for it?
So I definitely understand what it's like to cross a tough Communist border and to be detained in a country at odds with the U. At this early stage -- the reports started emerging just last Saturday -- it's hard to confirm much of this stuff. But it should be noted that some of the blogs reporting the info have been highly credible and ahead of the curve in the past for example, the Alaska Report was the first media outlet to have reported that McCain had chosen Palin as his running-mate.
Whatever the veracity of the claims, one thing is certain: since resigning as Governor, she has become a dedicated crusader against the First Amendment, seemingly picking on every podunk blogger in cyberspace in trying to suppress rumors.
Like most right-wingers, Palin doesn't understand a core truth about free speech: when one tries to suppress information, that information becomes even more public than it would have been if you hadn't tried to quash it. In fact, this column would not be covering the situation had Palin not used a sledgehammer against an Alaska preschool employee who runs a blog -- theimmoralminority.
Believe it or not, Palin actually had her attorney send the blogger he writes under the name Gryphon an email pdf threatening legal action if he didn't take down the report from his website letter is posted above. Picture that for a moment: she's threatening to have a high-powered law firm serve legal papers to some guy in front of five-year old kindergarten students for writing a blog that has miniscule circulation.
Can you imagine what this sort of behavior would have translated into if she had become vice president of the United States? Palin's orientation is so small-scale and petty, her mind-set so censorious, that she would have probably tried to suppress almost every story written about her by media outlets of all sizes -- and would have been able to use the apparatus of the federal government to do it.
Incidentally, if the rumors are true, they would sure go a long way toward explaining why Palin made the alarmingly unusual decision to step down as Governor.
As we all know, the best way to show your law firm has stature is to have your attorneys pose with dead fish. Dude's name, according to numerous blog and media reports, is Brad Hanson, snowmobile dealer and former business associate of Todd's.
Word is he can get you an Airwave Rear Shock for a deep discount! Again, impossible to confirm at this point. Here's his pic: Is this the goatee that caused Sarah Barracuda to abandon that pesky 7th Commandment? Jones," still the most irresistible song in the Counting Crows catalog, Adam Duritz went to the mic to talk about politics and his former hometown, Berkeley, Calif.
Referring to Berkeley, Duritz said: "This city was founded on the idea that we believe in things. Well, you can protest all you want, but the way to make it happen is to show up and vote. Believe me when I tell you I don't give a fuck who you vote for. The truth of the matter is, it's the most American of all songs.
His son Jim Borgios is the Crows's drummer. I was skeptical at first. And I'm always a bit wary of oldies bands on package tours that include, say, The Grassroots featuring the original bassist and all new members! And as the show progressed, one tended to forget about the absence of Cetera and White, if only because most of the music was so enjoyable, as number one hits from the s flew through the air like arrows, one after another, with half-forgotten zingers always aiming for the heart, and sometimes hitting it, inciting widespread dancing and smooching.
Meanwhile, Chicago played top ten hits like it was giving out candy, always aiming to please, from the show's opening salvo -- "Saturday in the Park" and "Make Me Smile" -- to the concert finale, "25 or 6 to 4. A waiter brings bottles of beer to guests seated at a table on the White House lawn.
Try the Blue Stripe. It's the best in the city. The waiter nods, opens the bottle and pours the beer. GATES: What happened -- the interruption of your health care plan -- was just business, not intended. I have much respect for your public option plan -- but you must understand why I blew my top. The waiter brings another beer to the table. What I want -- what's most important to me -- is that I have a guarantee: No more distractions from my health care plan.
I am the hunted one! You think too much of me, kid -- I'm not that clever. All I want is a truce. Is that all right? Obama shuts the door. To the central issue of my presidency. One of the reasons I ran for office. A long pause. They're a distraction. Look, I don't have your brain for big deals -- but this is a street thing. Why do you ask me to lay down for them, Barack? OBAMA : [a long pause ] You know, my father taught me: keep your friends close but your enemies closer.
Now, if Crowley sees that I interceded in this thing on his behalf, he's going to think his relationship with me is still good. Gates nods head. I want him completely relaxed, and confident, in our friendship. Then I'll be able to shift my focus to health care and find out who the Blue Dog traitors in my party are who are stopping the health care plan.
Bill and Hillary are sleeping. The telephone rings, Bill picks it up. We need some more help. I don't want to talk to you. Mike Ross and the Blue Dogs say they're willing to make the deal. All we want to know is if they're on the level. Bill hangs up the phone and sits up in bed. BILL : Ahh -- wrong number. And the question is really quite bright. All the other swimmers had the option of wearing the Arena but Phelps and others chose the inferior Speedo and it now emerges that Phelps was offered the polyurethane suit but didn't wear it because he had signed a contract with Speedo.
Let's be real. Phelps didn't wake up yesterday morning saying, "Gee, let me wear something bulky that creates a lot of hydrodynamic resistance so that I can be fair to those who aren't clever enough to wear something better. Only problem for Phelps is that -- guess what?
And it doesn't use a motor or a propeller and doesn't administer steroids like a patch, so it's completely legit. Some say the polyurethane Arena should be prohibited because it's too close to a floatation device. But every swimsuit is, to some degree, a floatation device, and the superior ones have greater buoyancy and less drag. Buoyancy is the point, or part of it, after all. As Phelps well knows, if you build a better bong, the world will beat a path to your doorstep!
And equating the Arena to an aluminum bat in baseball is a false comparison. Aluminum bats, which hit balls with far greater force than wooden ones, are not used in the major leagues, largely because of safety issues related to pitchers being hit with baseballs speeding at miles an hour.
There is no such safety issue involved with a polyurethane suit being worn by a swimmer swimming in his own lane in a pool. There is, however, a dangerous tendency among some to criticize almost any new innovation in any field because that person didn't come up with it or use it first. In many cases, envious people say there is an unfair advantage merely because they weren't smart enough to have taken advantage of a legitimate advance in technology or approach. Losing competitors in every profession have a habit of saying, "Hey,that's a clever and fresh way of doing things -- no fair!
And that's why Phelps and his allies in the sports media and those associated with Speedo are acting like a bunch of sore losers, because they know Phelps could've Album) the better brand if he hadn't been locked into a contract with Speedo.
Fact is, all suits have inherent advantages and disadvantages. Even then, of course, there would still be, uh, other elements of the bodies of unequally endowed swimmers that could create drag.
Germany's Paul Biederman, using the best technology legitimately available to him, as any other swimmer could have, won fair and square and should be duly congratulated by all. To celebrate the fact of Saad's death, a good thing for the world, like the death of a tumor, here's a song I wrote and recorded last year called "I Shot Osama bin Laden.
I write everything, perform everything, produce everything that appears on my albums. Literally everything -- from the initial songwriting idea to the finished track to everything in between -- is solely my work.
Only in did I use an outside producer for an album, and that album didn't work out and has since been withdrawn from circulation. But even in that one instance, way back in '05, the outside producer was essentially just a tech support person and we haven't spoken to each other in years. For honest everyday people, living there can be a fright if you're at odds with someone at City Hall or with a businessperson associated with City Hall.
So it was heartening to see the FBI put the handcuffs on the newly elected mayor of Hoboken, the mayor of Secaucus and others in the venal infrastructure out there this morning. In this one-on-one, I wanted Bean to describe exactly what it was like, on an experiential level, to walk on the moon.
And Bean Wanna Be Startin Somethin - The Vision Mastermixers - Immaculate Mixes (CD also has a thriving second career as a visual artist talked about it in vivid, painterly detail.
I conducted this interview on October 13,but got around to publishing it inwhen I sold it to the Austin American-Statesman, which ran it on July 18, Here, on the 40th anniversary of the first lunar landing by astronauts, is the mostly uncut interview with Bean.
Fasten your seatbelts! BEAN: It looks bright outside but you're fairly dim inside It's like coming out of the house at night onto a patio that's super brightly lit You're saying, "Look at this! This looks so different than when I was inside. You're saying, "Look at this place, it's not like any place on Earth. And I hope my suit doesn't leak because if it does, I'm dead. And look at those rocks. And look, there's Pete [Conrad, Commander of Apollo 12] over there, jumping up and down -- that looks like fun.
If you've looked at TV [footage] of Apollo It's easier to stand up when you're bouncing around If you try to stand still in a spot, it's much more difficult than just kind of moving around a little bit, because naturally you'll move in the direction you're leaning, and that'll keep you from leaning farther.
BEAN: We worried about it, we worried you could. You've got a cover layer over it but we said, "Those rocks are sharp.
You trip every once in a while. But with light gravity, things fall much more slowly, so when you trip you start to fall down much more slowly. Sometimes you can run under your body and catch yourself, where on Earth you would've really fallen down.
Nothing happens real fast like on Earth. The first time I tried to stand, I gave a push with my hands and nearly went over backwards I pushed so hard Someday, when they have the Olympics up there in a big dome, it'll be fun.
It'll be fun to watch the high jump, because they're going to jump fifteen feet or something, and they're going up very slowly and keep going up and up, almost like a football. Then they're going to come down very slow No telling what pole vaulting would be like up there! BEAN: We did that, but don't forget we were in these bulky suits, so even though you could jump and go up a long ways, it was so slowly that you went up and were pulled back.
What I found was the problem was not jumping up high but On Earth, you jump up and land right down again, so it's no problem. But [on the moon], you're going up, and all of a sudden you see you didn't push through your center of gravity, and you see you're starting to lean to the left. When I was running [on the moon], I always felt that I was over-rotating forwards, backwards, left or right, and each time I landed I would think, I've got to hurry up and land, I'll never make it. Then I would overcorrect.
It was a constant balancing act almost. You had to look where your foot was going to land every time. You couldn't run and look ahead, because you'd go into a crater. You had to make sure you didn't step on rocks or twist your ankle It would be fun to do it in a bubble without the suit on.
With the dirt on Earth, the rain washes most of it away, particularly the fine stuff, so usually the volcanic fields Up there, the rocks are around but all the little Wanna Be Startin Somethin - The Vision Mastermixers - Immaculate Mixes (CD that have been knocked off the rocks are still there. So I thought, initially, it looks sort of looks like volcanic fields However, it never looked like any place on Earth because of the incredible sun, because the sky is a patent leather black instead of a nice blue and because nothing moves up there.
The only things that moved when we were up there were the two of us and our shadows. Nothing else moves. We'd never been to places Wanna Be Startin Somethin - The Vision Mastermixers - Immaculate Mixes (CD that on Earth. Even in the desert you can look up and see maybe a wisp of a cloud go by It's so still, so dead. I never for one second felt like this could ever be a place on Earth, even though parts of it looked like other places we'd been. It's an unearthly place, an out-of-this-world place.
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