2003

House party a success!

Last night was a thrill. We ended up with over 50 people at our house, a new record for us. Combined with another house party in DuPage County, we had over 75 people attending fundraisers for Howard Dean. And this is a county that most equate with...

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Moving

Hi there… in the next few days, I will be combining this weblog with my personal blog. On or before January 1, you will find this site at http://www.rklau.com/tins/. TINS is an acronym: There Is No Spoon. It’s a line from the first Matrix, when “spoon boy”...

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Merry Christmas!

Life is never dull with two kids under 4 on during Christmas. Some highlights for me: Thanks to my Great Uncle Jim, we had “reindeer food” for the kids to throw outside last night. Ricky (nearly 4) was certain that we needed to spread some in front...

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Febrile seizures

Stepped out of the shower this morning to hear my wife yelling my name. (Even in the best of circumstances, that’s not a Good Thing.) My youngest son (21 months old) was having a seizure — full-blown, eyes rolled up into his head, rigid body, rhythmic twitching...

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A two man race

Kos has the link to the latest Newsweek poll (from 12/18-19, numbers in parentheses are from 12/11-12): Dean 26 (24)Don’t Know 20 (14)Clark 15 (12)Lieberman 7 (12)Sharpton 7 (5)Kerry 6 (5)Gephardt 5 (10)Edwards 5 (5)Braun 1 (3)Kucinich 1 (2) Others are reporting that Clark may be emerging...

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Movable Type 2.65

I’ve upgraded this site to Movable Type 2.65, which addresses a couple vulnerabilities discovered in Movable Type. If you’re running MT, this is a simple but necessary upgrade. Shouldn’t take you more than 5 minutes. If you notice anything funky, let me know!

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