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Anybody besides me think that Matt Drudge has issues with Salon?

-- Anonymous, November 30, 2000


Salon's stock price history is typical of many dot.coms

-- Anonymous, November 30, 2000

Drudge sticks his needles into anything resembling the "Established (ment) Press".

Salon's problem is that it has never known what it wanted to be when it grew up. Is it Press, Op=Ed, Crusaders?

Today, they run the following which falls short of telling algore to give it up: l

The Rev. Jesse Jackson leads a chorus of "We Shall Overcome" at a synagogue in New York Wednesday.

Praying for Gore A whiff of desperation begins to permeate the Democratic ranks.

- - - - - - - - - - - - By Jake Tapper

Nov. 30, 2000 | TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Desperation has an aroma. It repels singles in bars, clients from Willy Loman-esque salesmen, employers from the laid-off. And this week, in the Florida state capital, that smell is starting to fill the air, and it's coming straight from the campaign of those who oppose Gov. George W. Bush's claim to the presidency. It's coming from Vice President Al Gore.

The stench can be detected on Capitol Hill in Washington. There, some Democratic congressional leaders who are vociferous in their public support for Gore reveal -- off the record and behind closed doors -- that they think the man should pack it in. Even among those who support Gore and are calling for patience, "there's a sense of despair," confides one senior Democratic Senate staffer. "Every day the scenario becomes less and less probable."

Even some of the earnest Democrats slaving away for Gore on the ground in Florida don't hold out much hope that this is going to end well for the vice president. The legal hurdles are too daunting. In order for Gore, who trails Bush by 537 votes in the certified tally, to end this in the White House, each one of the following dominoes must fall precisely right in the next 12 days:

-- Anonymous, November 30, 2000

This is a buy opportunity. Will be up to 2 and a half by the end of the year.

-- Anonymous, November 30, 2000

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