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Monthly Archives: July 2002

Hey, Osama, C’mon Over…..

Hey, Osama, C’mon Over…..

The City Council of Boulder Colorado is discouraging its police force from working with federal agents investigating terrorism.

Now that’s interesting

Now that’s interesting

Readers have been finding their way to our history of Green Key article (Green Key: 103 years of debauchery) by searching Google for the keywords “dartmouth college coeds.” Now, who… Read more »

John Walker’s Blues

John Walker’s Blues

Former heroin junkie-come-country music legend, Steve Earle, tired of the hot water country stars have been in with their ballads to America (a la Charlie Daniels: This ain’t a rag,… Read more »

Because we can

Because we can

Another summer update to Dartreview.com: All articles now support backlinking (click on the link if you’re unsure of what this is) automatically. No need to do anything other than link…. Read more »

The Dartmouth Review: not titsup yet

The Dartmouth Review: not titsup yet

You may have noticed that Dartreview.com, The Dartmouth Review’s flagship website, is back online after a several day hiatus. No, Larry and Darren weren’t pulling some kind of Weekly World… Read more »

Oh, to be a rat

Oh, to be a rat

Workers had to be evacuated when tradgedy struck Kentucky recently. About 1,500 gallons (GALLONS!) of Southern Comfort was spilled into the Louisville sewer system on Friday. I will be observing… Read more »

Also

Also

Representative James Traficant testified before the House Ethics Committee today. You may recall that Traficant defeated accusations of racketeering and bribery in 1983 by claiming that he was taking part… Read more »

Practice makes Perfect

Practice makes Perfect

It seems as though our friends in Florida have been practicing that whole voting thing. In a variation on the complicated “point-and-click” procedure, residents took part in a mock election… Read more »

Blue Light Special

Blue Light Special

DrKoop.com, founded by Dartmouth alumnus, former surgeon general and Koop Institute founder and Senior Scholar(Chick) Everett Koop has been sold to vitamin peddler Vitacost for $186,000. At the height of… Read more »

“Attack of the Cyber-Terror Studies”

“Attack of the Cyber-Terror Studies”

The Reg on academia’s over-hyping of cyber-terror threats: Created at Dartmouth College, the report Law Enforcement Tools and Technologies for Investigating Cyber Attacks (reg req’d) starts with an assumption that… Read more »