Archive for June 7th, 2006

While often mocked by those explicitly on the Right (or perhaps just those who would consider themselves part of the anti-rabid-Left), I always thought the Guardian could claim a certain amount of respectability and prestige, if not in America then at least in Britain. Indeed, that’s one of the reasons I always thought those in […]

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I try to take at least some piece of wisdom or knowledge from every day, so here’s the one I learned yesterday while driving on the 5 up to Berkeley: cows are the funniest animal God/evolution/selective breeding could ever come up with. Ever seen a dairy cow try to get somewhere in a hurry? Hilarious.

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Michele over at A Small Victory helpfully provides a pointer to this story describing the final sentencing of David Westerfield, the killer of seven-year-old Danielle van Dam. Michele provides all kinds of appropriate vitriol for such a sack of human waste as Westerfield, but in reading the article, I was struck by this bit:   […]

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Not long ago, the Blogosphere was all atwitter about the fact that one of the members of the inspection team going into Baghdad was apparently an S&M enthusiast who didn’t even have any kind of scientific degree pertaining to WMD. This was seen by many (including myself) at the time as good evidence of the […]

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