I have redesigned this site in honor of the voting in Iraq yesterday.
Archive for January, 2005
Or dead. Or alive. Or dead or alive. Or –
Best comment, from “Frank”:
Bin Laden is dead or alive?
Bin Laden is Schrodinger’s Cat!
Stupidest comment, from “Wesley McGee”:
You know, I’d hate to ruin another party of blogger triumphalism, but did it occur to you that CNN may have been making a wry joke at the expert’s expense? […]
You’ll want to bookmark this site: Friends of Democracy - Iraq Election News. It’s already after 7 am in Iraq. Voting there starts today.
It seems that few in the paid media do. One who has is Pamela Constable, writing in the Smithsonian. (Warning: pdf file.)
I especially like this line: “From the terrible ashes of the World Trade Center had risen Afghanistan’s deliverance.”
After having read the whole thing, I have come to two conclusions. The first is: people, when […]
Every time I encounter another Bushlied!/PFUC/Hallibulshit moron, I’m just going to refer him, her, or it to this post. All warbloggers should print this out and hang it on their wall.
“OLD FOREST - It was Tuesday. It’s always Tuesday. I was sitting in my office throwing back a hard one when the phone rang. I said hello, and after introductions I recognized the other person’s name immediately. A celebrity, you might say. They wanted the best Ranger for the job. Unfortunately, Aragorn is busy running […]
It seems that the folks who run CaféPress have been a little, um, selective, about what images they will allow to be used by people selling products through their stores. (Warning: NSFW.)
(Via Babalu Blog.)
If you want to observe a discussion that displays all the symptoms of what is wrong with the Western Left without having to slog through the muck of sites like Democratic Underground or Oliver Willis’s blog*, check out this comment thread that was started when Glenn Reynolds rashly admitted to liking an author that apparently […]
I remember when the common complaint was “all those billboards, cluttering up the scenery.” Well, I wouldn’t mind seeing one of these over the road.