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U.S. electronic targeting, illegal brain microchip implantations and violations of international law.

  • Uncategorized | Mar.28, 2004

    U.S. electronic targeting, illegal brain microchip implantations and violations of international law.

    rogeliobautista1@hotmail.com March 28, 2004 Rogelio Bautista 72 Van Reipen Ave. PMB 193 Jersey City, NJ 07306 New e-mail address: rogeliobautista1@hotmail.comReference: U.S. government policy and technologies; the use of EMP targeting, illegally implanted brain microchips and other forms of non-lethal weapons…

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    Six hours and three bags of marshmallows

    The minivan pulled off the highway in rural Virginia, hungry for gas. There had been no indication of civilization anywhere for miles, until a blue sign featuring the symbols for gas and food appeared; so the van pulled off the highway and turned right.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    Urban Elements: R to the Izzee, M to the Izzix

    Jay Z’s The Black Album was supposed to be his farewell. When Hova decided to tip his Yankees cap one last time and fade into the pantheon of hip-hop legends, his final album was supposed to be his rap gravestone-a classic piece of work that would solidify his legacy and stand the test of time alongside hip-hop’s all time great albums.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    Confessions of a dangerous man

    Hearing hip-hop producer Lil’ John’s blaring exclamations are probably all it takes to recognize the intro of “Yeah!” the first single off of Usher’s fourth studio album, Confessions. The track has become more like a national anthem than a club anthem, dominating not only radio and singles charts, but MTV airwaves as well (and spawning a video crammed with rubbery dance moves, slinky seductresses, and of course the King of Crunk’s senseless screeching).

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    China carries out a quiet oppression

    While the world focuses on the threats of Iraq and North Korea, a country that has been repressing its citizens for more than 50 years has managed to slip under the radar. That country is China – the most populous country in the world – yet one of the most backward and tyrannical.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    Poetry Corner

    The First Rose of Springtime by Christopher Parcels ’04 Portfolio Staff The last rose of summer is a sorrowful sight but the first rose of springtime is equally bleak. No, her friends have not withered from fading sunlight, but they’ve not yet burst forth for that sunshine to seek.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    A touching or touchy subject?

    There’s a French proverb that says, “Love is blind. That is why he always proceeds by touch.” This got me thinking. For the record, I’m not condoning groping by any means. Rather, I am a full advocate for personal space. But I don’t think we recognize the importance of human physical contact.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    “Dancing Queen” lives

    Don’t pretend you haven’t done it-we all have. Yes, most of us have fallen victim to ABBA at least once in our lifetimes. For me, ABBA is a flashback to senior year, lip-syncing “Dancing Queen” in bell-bottoms, a tie-dyed shirt and a purple sweatband with ten other high school classmates.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    Beggars and blind dates on Broadway

    Standing alone in front of the smoky Mexican restaurant, Elise took a long drag of her cigarette. She anxiously surveyed the city streets around her. The world outside the city was dark and sleeping, but inside the walls of the metropolis, it appeared to be as bright as mid-afternoon.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.25, 2004

    Wacky Waldo’s Extravaganza of Wonder goes wild

    (Christine) Carmen sat back in her seat, glued to the chair, elbows pressed into the armrests. Her eyes were wide and her pigtails swung back and forth. She was so absorbed with the world around her-her first circus. A gigantic bowl of popcorn sat on top of her lap.

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