Archive for the 'News' Category

One more for the Dark Side

Thursday, December 29th, 2005

Unlike Kathleen Parker, Dave Barry is a newspaper columnist who is not afraid of blogs.
(Dave Barry news via Kathy Shaidle; Kathleen Parker column via John Weidner.)

Some Christmas entertainment from an unexpected source

Saturday, December 24th, 2005

The BBC may or may not be cheering on the forces that are nibbling away at Western Civilization, but they have a nice Advent Calendar on their site. (Each day links to a bit of music or recital or something. Cool. Via Absinthe & Cookies.)

Santa left a little something under the blog tree

Thursday, December 22nd, 2005

Look who’s started posting again! This is better than getting a pony.

Veteran’s Day

Friday, November 11th, 2005

That was today.

(Source of the image.)

Link link link!

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

I’ve still no thoughts in my head — none worth typing up here, anyway — so go enjoy the link madness at Tim Blair’s!
PS: don’t forget the Fundraiser!

Dust, bitten

Friday, October 28th, 2005

Hey! Well, hell…
Apropos of nothing, though it seems like I haven’t had all that much to say lately, don’t worry — I’m not going anywhere.

Horrible danger averted

Thursday, October 27th, 2005

Nervous conservatives everywhere can now climb down off those ledges, dig up the silverware they buried in their back yards, quit taking tranquilizers with their Milk of Magnesia (well, maybe not that), etc.
Update: groovy.

Oh no!

Wednesday, October 26th, 2005

This is sad news.
I corresponded with her from time to time. But not for a while, and not enough, as it turned out. Isn’t it always the way?

Tears for fears update

Tuesday, September 13th, 2005

Oh by the way, remember Aaron Broussard? There’s an interesting twist to this saga: turns out one of his colleagues did did have a mother in the St. Rita nursing home, where 32 elderly residents drowned because the nursing home staff — not FEMA or President Bush or anyone else Broussard (who, as the MSNBC […]

Guy needs a job.

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

I said, guy needs a job.
That’s the Interdictor, the man who kept up and running and operational at 650 Poydras in New Orleans for the last 10 days of the worst natural disaster in our nation’s history.
Update: add this to the resume. Heh heh.