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Desc:From January 2002, an NPR commentator remarks on the same old sameold
Category:News & Politics
Tags:9/11, capitalism, special interest groups
Submitted:John Holmes Motherfucker
Date:02/25/13
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John Holmes Motherfucker
I submitted this in response to something I read in a discussion that I didn't participate in, so I don't remember anything about it. It's nice to know that audio submissions from the NPR website work. Here's what I wish I'd submitted instead, and interview with Fran Lebowitz from 1 year after the 9/11 attacks.

http://tinyurl.com/acxual8

The other side of "Now more than ever." is "Everything changed." Sometimes they were used interchangeably.
memedumpster
Will not play for me in Firefox even with all scripts disabled.

memedumpster
Meaning my plugins, not the websites scripts, which I allowed universally to it still not playing.

John Holmes Motherfucker
Well, I know you need flash, but you must have flash installed or you couldn't watch videos. I'm using Firefox (with Linux). I'm stumped. Anybody else having problems?

John Holmes Motherfucker
Did you disable javascript? I don't think you should do that. For a Linux fanboy, I am remarkably ignorant about this stuff.

wackyakmed
That's actually an HTML5/JS audio player. You shouldn't need Flash. Make sure JavaScript is enabled, and that you're using a recent browser (updated within the last three years or so should be fine).

John Holmes Motherfucker
See what I mean?

wackyakmed
Five for reminding me how awful discourse was during that period.
Jet Bin Fever
It got better?

EvilHomer
We need Lenore Skenazy's insightful commentary on social issues now more than ever.
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