Monthly Archives: September 2011

I’ve got a joke for you, Governor Perdue.

NC Governor Perdue wanted to suspend democracy.   But then Perdue’s chicken.  She and her posse claim that, obviously, she was just kidding. Uh-huh.  You know what?  It doesn’t matter.  An American politician joking about abolishing elections is unfit for government service.  … Continue reading

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Light at the end of the tunnel, probably an oncoming train.

It’s axiomatic, Dear Reader…half-staffed at work = half-a**ed at blog. At full staffing we have 6 techs during normal working hours.  We’ve been missing two guys for months now, due to health considerations.  And today our lady tech is in … Continue reading

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Jet-lagged, in a sense.

Sorry for the lack of new material, that swing from nightshift to dayshift within 24 hours really messed me up.  Meanwhile you guys have had some very interesting comments up, especially about the immigration thing. I believe we absolutely must deport predatory people who … Continue reading

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The left’s murderous racism gets more and more obvious.

Un-freakin’-believable.  I wish. Armed troops acting on behalf of a British carbon trading company backed by the World Bank burned houses to the ground and killed children to evict Ugandans from their homes in the name of seizing land to … Continue reading

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Big Brother, Big Accountant.

In comments, mountainbear linked to more leftist McCarthyism. I just read Charles Stross’s “Rule 34“.  It shares many of the creepy possibilities of social networking analysis.  These bad puppies need to get their noses rubbed in their own dirt, pronto.  But we’re going to hand them our … Continue reading

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My position on the Texan illegals’ “in-state tuition” controversy.

DefendUSA has a nice comment here. I’m almost sure I agree.  The (extremely slight) uncertainty is due to not knowing details about Texas higher education subsidies.  To be precise, I absolutely agree with children getting primary educations, regardless of their legal status.  But this is … Continue reading

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Meaning, of course, “bend over, here it comes again“. Next comes mandatory health practices, naturally.  It’s for your own good. UPDATE–Hey, maybe my berserker rage at these prying busybodies is actually a medical condition!  I’d love for a beaurocratic snoop to see, “wormme also has … Continue reading

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