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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

White Elephants & Gray Kittens - podcast

On Monday, President George W. Bush gave a lengthy speech in Cleveland addressing the current situation in Iraq. It was a kind of "State of the Iraq" speech in which he laid out details of his strategy to stabilize the Cradle of Civilization.

If you like, you can read his entire speech, as reprinted by CNN.com.

OR ...

... you can listen to ME read the speech - with help from a TINY GRAY KITTEN!

The choice is yours ...

click to listen; right-click to download"Click to hear me read the President's speech!"



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6 Comments:

I think i'll pass on listening to it, i'm sure it'll be full of the usuall persuasive lies. Nice blog, check out mine if you like

- By Blogger cooladd, at Wed Mar 22, 11:37:00 PM GMT  

Persuasive lies? From an adorable cute little gray little cute kitty?? Never! From me, yes, certainly. But never from a cute kitty.

Oh, or do you mean lies from the President?

- By Blogger Neal Romanek, at Thu Mar 23, 02:47:00 AM GMT  

The "playing" kee4ps flashing buffer and goes to 100% in about 3 minutes then bumps back down and starts flashing buffer count again. Why didn't we send you to technical school? Old bob was right. We don't need more engineers we need the right engineers! Please correct we are anxious for a weezing reading of the disastrous double(4 times as evil) sawbuck. nuf said.

- By Blogger sean alan, at Sun Mar 26, 11:14:00 PM GMT+1  

persuasive lies, bah! Lies aren't persuasive. Lies are whats missing from the story! Or are you talking romance?!

- By Blogger sean alan, at Sun Mar 26, 11:16:00 PM GMT+1  

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- By Blogger sean alan, at Sun Mar 26, 11:17:00 PM GMT+1  

Sorry, gang of devoted enthusiasts, about the difficulties. My preferred way of listening would be to download the .mp3 file to my desktop - by using a right-click or control-click - then listen to the file from my computer using my preferred mp3 player - which is iTunes - although there are many, many such mp3 playing software solutions which are perfectly wonderful.

- By Blogger Neal Romanek, at Mon Mar 27, 08:48:00 PM GMT+1  

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