June 26th, 2006

insane

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Yeah, so I didn't lay down. I worked on the DVD.

Lots of little cleanup-y issues. Small bits. Adjusting sound levels, mostly. About 2/3 done, I think.

I've seen this movie lots of times now. This is the first time with the final music, and the music is awesome. It actually looks like a real movie.

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pokemeanddie

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The Dungeon of Magicmarmot

You are in a cold hall. You notice a small shrine to extrasensory deprivation.
You quaff the potion marked 'SET BUILDING'. You suffer a momentary vision of great asses.


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Gonzales said last month that he believes journalists can be prosecuted for publishing classified information, citing an obligation to national security. He also said the government would not hesitate to track telephone calls made by reporters as part of a criminal leak investigation, but officials would not do so routinely and randomly.

In recent months, journalists have been called into court to testify as part of investigations into leaks, including the unauthorized disclosure of a CIA operative's name. He said the First Amendment right of a free press should not be absolute when it comes to national security.


The entire article here.


It's a matter of national security.