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  • The rumor had nothing to do with D-Day's aftermath or the war's progress but rather with the lowly gooseberry, rarely to be found in the U.S. It was reported that, in fact, gooseberries were suddenly on sale at the local market.

    The Other Mann

  • Especially Jorie Graham, whose latest volume of poetry is Overlord, about, yes, D-Day's Omaha Beach.

    Who's the Best Poetry Critic in America?: James Wolcott

  • Update: I know it's very rude to intrude on D-Day's post, but I just have to add that the most sickening aspect of this media stoked "rift" is the fact that the kewl kidz are gleefully exploiting both the race and the gender angles for all they are worth.

    Hullabaloo

  • Following up on D-Day's post from earlier about Guantanamo interrogators who got hard-ons talking about torture techniques, I thought some of you who haven't been reading here all that long might get something out of this post of mine from back in 2005.

    Hullabaloo

  • I would like to reiterate D-Day's call to send emails to ABC today to ask Charlie Gibson to follow up on ABC's scoop revealing that the highest levels of the executive branch held meetings in the white house to discuss in great detail and unanimously approve of torture techniques.

    Hullabaloo

  • Following up on D-Day's post below about the Supreme Court's decision on voter ID in Indiana, and particularly his point that Obama is greatly expanding the pool of first time voters who might be affected by this ruling, I would just remind everyone of a couple of things.

    Hullabaloo

  • Lessons in Wartime LeadershipThank you for the eloquently written Special Report "D-Day's Real Lessons" (May 31).

    MAIL CALL

  • Dramatic views of D-Day's historic landmarks can be witnessed from low-altitude, including:

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Dramatic views of D-Day's historic landmarks can be witnessed from low-altitude, including:

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Dramatic views of D-Day's historic landmarks can be witnessed from low-altitude, including:

    Archive 2006-08-01

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