Archive for April, 2006

So, idly browsing through my visitor IP list, I see the following address listed: firewall2.startribune.com Over at Startribune . Someone who works at the Star Tribune happens to read my site, or at least has done so once, right? Ah ha. It also happens to be the place of employ for this guy. Would it […]

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Look, I don’t want to sound like a slobbering fanboi here, but Mark Steyn just makes it too damn hard to resist by being so darn cool. Case in point: “The UN’s foray into Saddamasochism”   It might well be an excellent idea to send S&M weapons inspectors to Iraq. In the event that Saddam […]

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The Clam points out more silliness from the By Any Means Necessary group. Cuz, you see, if the University doesn’t actually participate in active racial discrimination,, well, Brown v Board of Education might be reversed . I wonder what it’s like to live in such a topsy-turvy wonderland. Do the people wear hats on their […]

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I feel like I’m suffocating here, folks. Sticking to the standard 2 cents pundit/asshole role is starting to feel a little confining. I gots to find me a new bag, or at least let out the old one a bit. It’s starting to bind a bit ’round the crotch and shoulder area. And this is […]

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A good comment by “ct” on Gene Expression on the concept of intellectualism. ..   If one is going to use the term ‘intellectual’ in a non-satiric way then the stereotypical coffeehouse scene is probably the last place to look for one .   It’s not as if no one has ever said such a […]

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The Liberty Dogs is an excellent new posting ground for people concerned with the issue of domestic security, including terrorism at home, civil liberties, illegal immigration, law enforcement, etc. If it has to do with protecting our domestic freedoms, you’ll find it here. Brought to you by the Du Toits (Mr . One only hopes […]

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So one of the benefits of living in a student co-op is the wonderful sense of unpredictability to which one quickly becomes accustomed to expect with each new prepared dinner. Every night except Saturday, about 4 house members cook dinner for everyone as their workshift . Cooking for about 70 people (127 live in the […]

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Well, the emminent Den Beste has seen fit to include me in his permanent links list. I suppose I could try to be all smart alecky and offer up that tired quote by Marx (Groucho, the funny one.. . ok, the intentionally funny one) about clubs that would have me as a member and such. […]

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Anyone who reads this site or, even more so, the Angry Clam regularly will be at least vaguely aware of the Roberto Hernandez/SJP thugs case. Just to sum up for newcomers, last April a bunch of people from Students for Justice in Palestine, a campus organization that apologizes for and even glorifies the terrorists working […]

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This is coming rather late in the game, to be sure, but reading Jay Nordlinger, I’m reminded of something that all Americans should be heartily thankful for this Thanksgiving season. Of course there is the obvious fact that over the last year and few months we have not had any significant terrorist attacks in this […]

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