May
31

Liberal Environmentalists and the Long View…You Know Where I’m Going With This

Silent Alarmism A centennial we could do without. By Iain Murray Rachel Carson, author of Silent Spring, the 1962 book that launched the modern environmental movement, was born a century ago this week, and it is no wonder that green activists are celebrating her legacy. She practically invented the environmental alarmist strategy that has been… Continue reading »

May
30

Warm Dr. Pepper Also Cures Gas Pain

Get Rich Slowly How to Improve Your Fuel Economy: 23 Top Tips for Better Gas Mileage Posted: 30 May 2007 07:00 AM CDT Fuel prices have been hovering at record levels around the United States for the past few weeks. Now is a good time to review of the best ways to improve your gas… Continue reading »

May
30

Anagrams and Their Reinforcement of What I Already Knew

My name is Neal Dewing. The anagram of my name is "Win a Legend." I am destined for greatness.  I knew that wasn't just the psychosis talking!  HaHAAAA! Seriously, this explains my nagging suspicion that I'm not supposed to just get a job at Target.  Anyway, go try this.  If your full name doesn't make… Continue reading »

May
29

QotD: Memorial Day

Do you know any war veterans?Submitted by Fightin’ 6th Marines. Yes.  My grandfathers (one living) both served in hot wars.  I also work with a Vietnam veteran who has taught me to wake up at 6 am.  Today, he called me and asked me what I was doing for Memorial Day.  I hadn't really made… Continue reading »

May
29

Music I Like

There's an artist I'm proud to say I've heard of and enjoy by the name of Chris Merritt.  He's a friend of a friend, and I have been following his music for about 3 years.  Met him once.  Was invited to play hide and seek.  Declined.  But the man has talent.  I think of his… Continue reading »

May
27

I Took His Name in Vain

You will too. This is what I want to do, only with spears. 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

May
27

I Served.

Due to a phone request from W, I have shaken off my lethargy to write a post and share with you my unique and utterly incontrovertible viewpoints on life. Actually, it's unfair of me to call myself lethargic for not posting recently.  In truth, I have been very active this past week.  Last Saturday I… Continue reading »

May
19

I am a Superhero.

You are a dog Or maybe you are a mosquito, you certainly can't be human. The highest pitched ultrasonic mosquito ringtone that I can hear is 21.1kHz Find out which ringtones you can hear! I'm 23.  So much for their vaunted under-20 theory. My mom has sensitive hearing too.  Don't know about frequency but she… Continue reading »

May
18

Harp on This!

There's a fine lager by the name of Harp that I have become acquainted with.  I revisited it tonight to catch up on how things were going.  I told Harp all my news and found he was still delicious and slightly sweet.  Light and refreshing as always.  It's made by the Guinness boys, you know.… Continue reading »

May
17

Cardinal Mahony is the Winner!

Hardly anybody ever makes the point that the L.A. diocese, with its rampant "progressive" Catholicism, also has had to dole out the most in sex-abuse money.  It's gotten so bad that the Prince has had to sell his fancy new office buildings.  I found a site that will soothe my worries about the Los Angeles… Continue reading »

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