Jan
31

A Democrat I Like

I won't vote for him, but Joe Biden seems to have his head somewhere other than buried in his heinie.  Of course, he won't get the nomination.  But this article reminded me of high school.  All the popular kids won't even respond to his criticism since he's a third-tier "nobody" on the playground.  I simplify,… Continue reading »

Jan
30

Harry Potter’s New Groove

I hope they don't make fun of his broomstick.  *addendum:  I guess we'll see if he's got any hogwarts. Read and post comments | Send to a friend Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Jan
29

Never Forget.

Don't believe what the authorities tell you.  Prepare yourselves. They are coming. Read and post comments | Send to a friend Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Jan
29

Hooray Protest!

I loathe these feckless, lawbreaking, adolescent intellects.  Hippies and morons, interbred to create entitled little snots that want to be John Lennon. Well I have news for you: John Lennon is dead, and if I had been the Capitol Police chief for this protest march you can bet your biscuits that these sandaled peaceniks would… Continue reading »

Jan
26

Who’s Got B.O.?

Well, I know who to vote for now.  Barack Obama is the best candidate for the Presidency.  It took me a few weeks of debate to come to this decision.  Really, the hardest part was giving him a chance.  I was waffling between Obama and, say, someone who'd make a good president.  But George Clooney… Continue reading »

Jan
25

Again and Again

What really gets me about this whole global warming thing is that this and this can be published at the same time.  I mean, Drudge always has these conflicting reports of absurdly cold weather and hysterical predictions from scientists about global warming. Though I have noticed that the articles are beginning to use the phrase… Continue reading »

Jan
22

Nuance Has No Place Here

I'm surprised again!  A few days ago I wrote that I'm actually very surprised that people aren't worried about global cooling in the face of Malibu snowstorms and decimated citrus crops.  I mean, that's a little extraordinary.  In the past, all it's taken is one good blizzard for pundits and science-types to begin warning about… Continue reading »

Jan
20

Too Bad He’s Japanese

I'd vote for this guy in 2008.  He's more exciting to me than the Republican candidates… Read and post comments | Send to a friend Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Jan
19

Just a Second Ago

As I was finishing a blueberry bagel just now, I realized that I take it for granted that the Democrats will win the Presidency in 2008.  Why is that? Read and post comments | Send to a friend Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about… Continue reading »

Jan
19

Inconceivable.

Does this man really expect me to believe that money influences the decisions people make on important matters?  Preposterous. “The Weather Channel” Mess January 18, 2007, 5:45 pm | James Spann | Op/Ed Well, well. Some “climate expert” on “The Weather Channel” wants to take away AMS certification from those of us who believe the… Continue reading »

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