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Thursday, February 15, 2007
American Voices: Florida voting machine replacement
Florida Governor Charlie Crist recently requested $32 million to replace touch-screen voting booths adopted after the 2000 elections with a system that leaves a paper trail. What do you think?

"For another $10 million he could probably get rid of voting in Florida altogether."
- Nathan Kobler, Rug cleaner


"This is ridiculous. Voters should just send an e-card to the candidate of their choice. Then, the candidates can simply count their e-cards, and compare."
- Yancy Werner, Librarian


"When the candidate I voted for loses, the last thing I want is a record to remind me."
- Trent Maxwell, Hospice-Care worker


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Wednesday, February 14, 2007
News in Brief: Touring Raffi refuses to play 'Shake My Sillies Out'
FORT WAYNE, Indiana -- Raffi, the veteran Canadian children's entertainer, told an audience of 4-year-olds at the Shrine Auditorium last Friday that he would not play his popular hit "Shake My Sillies Out" during the 2007 Raffi Renaissance Tour, no matter how often his young fans requested it. "I wrote 'Sillies' at a completely different time in my life," said Raffi, explaining that he wanted to play "some lesser-known stuff" on the tour, such as "Joshua Giraffe" and "Spider On The Floor." "I appreciate you wearing your 'Shake My Sillies Out' T-shirts, but I like to think that as I grow as an artist, you'll grow with me." Parents attending the concert said their children stopped singing along and closed their eyes during Raffi's final number, a sprawling 20-minute instrumental rendition of "Bananaphone."

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Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Anna Nicole Smith, take 3: Lucas Turnbloom
Not one, not two, but THREE I-Report cartoonists took a crack at the Anna Nicole Smith story this week. Here's Lucas Turnbloom's effort:



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Anna Nicole Smith, take 2: Brixton Doyle
Three I-Report cartoonists tackled the Anna Nicole Smith story this week. Brixton Doyle came up with this:



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Anna Nicole Smith, take 1: Jim Brenneman
Three I-Report cartoonists tackled the Anna Nicole Smith story this week. Here's Jim Brenneman's take:



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News in Brief: Apple hard at work making iPhone obsolete
CUPERTINO, California -- Less than a month after the much-heralded announcement of the iPhone, Apple CEO Steve Jobs confirmed that his engineers were already working around-the-clock on the touchscreen smartphone's far-superior replacement. "We looked at [the iPhone's] innovative user interface, the paradigm-shifting voicemail, the best-in-class mobile browser, and we realized we could make all that seem ridiculously outdated by the time the product becomes available in June," said Jobs, who described the project as "Apple reinventing the iPhone." "When the second-generation iPhone comes out this fall, we want iPhone users to feel not just jealous, but downright foolish for owning such laughably primitive technology." Jobs also hinted that the second iPhone device would not be compatible with any existing Mac computers, third-party peripherals, or any future Apple products.

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Monday, February 12, 2007
Inverse proportions


From cartoonist Brixton Doyle: "Freshman Sen. Clinton voted to give that blank check for war powers to the President in the fall of 2002. To be fair, so did many others. But now in 2007, candidate Clinton, in a politically inviting atmosphere, decries the war as Bush's own. Which might have a truer ring if years hadn't passed (with many servicemens' lives lost in Iraq) before this hard line conveniently (and politically expediently) emerged from the Senator."

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