A Quantum Theory of Fundraising
Wednesday April 4, 2007
- "… Romney/ AP ..." Here's the link to the Associated Press piece on Romney's fundraising.
- "… Obama ..." Here's a piece in the NY Times about Obama's fundraising.
You have to subscribe to read it; so here's the salient graf:
"Aides said Monday that he had collected more than $20 million in donations in the first three months of the campaign, enough to ratchet up the anxiety in the Clinton camp, which announced it had raised $26 million. Mr. Obama’s campaign has yet to release precise information on its total donations or contributors."
Mullfoto of the Day
Is the NYT certain that substituting "Islam-bad" for "Islamabad" wasn't either (a) intentional or (b) Freudian?
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Catchy Caption of the Day
A computer illustration of French architect Jean-Pierre Houdin's new theory to explain the building of the Great Pyramid is unveiled in Paris March 30, 2007. Houdin believes it was built from the inside out, using a ramp ascending in a spiral inside the surface of the pyramid and hidden from view. Previous theories held that blocks of stone were hauled up a frontal ramp or a ramp wrapped in a corkscrew shape around the outside of the pyramid.
Sort of like the way French foreign policy is built: An inside-out spiral, hidden from view.
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