Monthly Archives: September 2010

Just the faintest whiff…

…of what it’s like to live in North Korea.

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So-called “men”.

The W.O.R.M. is supposed to love everybody.  It’s a religion thing. But it’s hard to love someone for whom you have utter contempt.  And it’s hard to hear anything Thomas Friedman says or does without contempt growing.  Failing to overcome hatred, I try to shift it … Continue reading

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Here’s who I want to tax.

Democrats like to use the tax code to divide and conquer, like the latest attempts to gouge those making over $250,000 per year. The W.O.R.M. has no problems with this approach, as long as I can play too. Here’s my … Continue reading

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Generic genericism.

Very nice boilerplate article on “science journalism. Which reminded me of the omni-Oscar winning trailer:

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Masterful mashup.

In the comments, D.J. requested the magic number of 1.21 gigawatts.  Which reminded me of a nifty site. It’s not a colossus like the lolcat community, but it’s pretty freakin’ sweet. How It Should Have Ended. You’ll probably have to … Continue reading

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Clyburn the projectionist.

James Clyburn, the House Majority Whip, is trying to whip up a frenzy.  He’s claiming that if Republicans get a Congressional majority, they’ll bury Obama under subpoenas.  If only.   Clyburn also burbled the word “gridlock” like it’s a bad thing.

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The only way to respect a Democratic politician is ignorantly.

Good article, hopefully not optimistic, on America’s U-turn from socialism, right here. But it taught me that Harry Truman, who I’d never disliked, believed union membership should be mandatory.  I will beyotch-slap Truman for that, should he ever dare face me. I know that … Continue reading

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