Entries from November 2003
November 26th, 2003 · No Comments
Tags: Blogs & Blogging
November 26th, 2003 · 1 Comment
November 24th, 2003 · No Comments
Tags: Law and Legal Issues
November 20th, 2003 · No Comments
A columnist for CBS News Online (Dick Meyer) believes that the entrenchment of a Predator class proves game-theorists are wrong about the evolution of cooperation.
But Robert Axelrod’s 1984 book titled The Evolution of Cooperation easily explains this.
To see how and to order books on this topic, click the link below to read the article!
November 19th, 2003 · No Comments
November 18th, 2003 · 7 Comments
Today’s front page of The Fresno Bee tells the sad story that poor leadership and lack of will at the Chaffee Zoological Gardens is finally catching up with them.
Before going on, I should point out a potential bias on my part: My wife is Denise Chaffee, daughter of the late Dr. Paul S. Chaffee, affectionately known in his day as “Doc.”
Since many people probably no longer even know who “Doc” Chaffee was — as bewildering as it seems, I’ve searched long and hard and failed to find his name mentioned anywhere on the Chaffee Zoo website other than in the name of the zoo itself — here’s a little background….
[Note: The article also includes never before published photographs from Denise Chaffee’s private collection!]
November 17th, 2003 · 1 Comment
November 14th, 2003 · No Comments
Tags: The Bush Regime
November 13th, 2003 · 1 Comment
Judge Moore is now Former Judge Moore. This is a good and necessary move.
As I said to my wife last night, a judge who doesn’t understand that he is violating the law even when his own peers have explained it should not be allowed to remain in office. This is especially true concerning fundamental, well-settled issues not just of constitutional law, but of civil procedure and the particular judge’s place within the system of laws of the country in which he expects to practice.
Tags: The Rule of Law
November 12th, 2003 · No Comments
There mere title of this article is both an appalling and chilling reminder of the ignorance of the so-called intelligent among us.
My first response is, “Yes. And annihilation of the planet will end world hunger.”
Now word yet on how much the Bush Administration is paying for this new(que-lur) PR campaign.