David B. Brooks

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Location: Lompoc, California, United States
Occupation: writer, Shutterbug Magazine
Interests: digital technology
Expertise: digital photography
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Address: Lompoc, CA, 93438, US
Last Visit: Sep 29, 2012 - 10:29 AM PDT
Last Edit: May 30, 2007 - 3:17 PM PDT

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David reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
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3.9

There is little better evidence supporting the contentions of this article than the just reported $79 Billion surplus of cash held by the Iraq government as compared to our growing deficit and floundering economy. The American public need a lot of "education" to help them wake up to the fact we have been had by the ideologists on the right over the last quarter century.

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David reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
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1.2

This is just a rehash of conventional wisdom from but one perspective. Considering the data as reported elsewhere the racial component of the vote is complicated by the gender component and the fact both blacks and hispanics tend to be more misogynistic than whites. A lot of questions need to be answered and it is unlikely the right questions have even been asked, like how many southerners would not vote for a woman as apposed to the rest of the country. How many latino men would not vote for a woman, and how many black men would not vote for a woman; and then correlate that with how many women would not vote for a black candidate, etc., etc. Both race and gender are in the Democratic primary interlocking complex factors that ... More »

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David reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
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3.3

Theoretically the story is convincing, but there is little to back up the ascertion that what seems likely will in fact take place on arevolutionary basis of a sea change - computing could as well remain largely as it has been previous to Google.

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