Archive for October, 2006

Oct
30

The British Solution

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by: Mr. Mustard

Tony Blair has the right idea.   “I’m going to grab Jaques Chirac by his collar and shake him like one of our nannies until his stupid frog ass falls into line!”

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Oct
30

Sarandon… Dissent Squashed!

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by: Mr. Mustard

Susan Sarandon is upset. It appears she’s being called “anti-American” because, as she put it, “I ask questions.” Ooooh . Can’t you just feel that cold biting wind of oppression chilling your bones as we speak? What with her bold question-asking, and the practice of taking any dissenting voice and squashing it like a bug […]

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It’s often said in the Blogosphere, describing an absurd situation, that “Life imitates the Onion.” Well, this story blows the Onion out of the water. “Iraq to chair U.N. disarmament conference” Yup.

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Oct
15

Gregor’s Class, Day 3

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by: Mr. Mustard

Note: This is part 3 of a continuing series of my experiences in PoliSci 137B, taught by A.J. Gregor. For previous the previous entry, see archives. Today: pre-industrial society and the Industrial Revolution. Gregor was upfront about the absurdity of trying to cover the whole of the IR and its effects on the world in […]

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Oct
03

The State of the Union

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by: Mr. Mustard

See, this is where I give my thoughts on the State of the Union address. Hmmm. I don’t like speeches. Rather, I don’t like watching them. Just let me scan the text at my own pace, thank you, without having to sit through the slow, direct cadence of speech and the laborious applause after every […]

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Oct
03

I Wish This Surprised Me

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by: Mr. Mustard

File this (via Instapundit) under “Shocked –shocked!-.”   The ad… was created by the group Not In Our Name, which has purchased similar ads in other papers around the country. A box at the bottom of the ad asks readers to send donations to an organization called the Bill of Rights Foundation. “We suggest a […]

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