Archive for March 21st, 2006

Tom Friedman has an op-ed in the NY Times today about the dangers of Arab men from the “Arab street” going underground into terrorist cells, which he labels the “Arab basement.” He makes some good, simple points (that have been made many times before and seemingly need to still be repeated for those who don’t […]

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“Hey, hey! I have asked you nicely to please stop mangling my merchandise! If you do not stop, you will leave me no choice but to… ask you nicely again.” -Apu Nahasapeemapetilon OK, so here’s my question: Which European country is Apu’s statement most like?

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You know what is perhaps the most infuriating thing to deal with in the realm of news and public debate? An idea that is, either through extreme ignorance or deliberate mendacity, completely and easily verifiably wrong, yet still popular and oft repeated. The perfect example from today’s headlines: the sniper and gun control, and especially […]

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A palestinian 10 year-old proudly displays the number to which he can now count after a childhood spent in the Palestinian Authority-run school system. It should be noted, however, that he and his classmates do know over 47 different ways to kill a Jew, even if they can’t count that high.

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What’s the scariest movie you’ve ever seen? Yeah, yeah… “Anything with Barbra Streisand.” Very funny. But I’m serious. EW.com had its readers rank what they thought were the 13 scariest movies of all time, and the list is complete bull. They are: The Exorcist: Only scary to people who can’t stand split sea soup, and […]

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For those who have grown tired of, or simply never were interested to begin with in this discussion, I suggest you skip the following second response to Dave’s rejoinders and instead just take a gander at this amazing picture of a family of half-lion, half-human creatures. Funny how these unique specimens only seemed to appear […]

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