Monthly Archives: October 2013

Michael Ramirez is the man.

Don’t know if we’ve featured him here before, but you’ve all seen his work, I’m sure. Thanks to, where I saw this.

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Obamacare screenshot.

A reader sent in an interesting snapshot of the workings of the obamacare website.  Of course, they would probably say the problem is that he didn’t put in any personal information, just “texas” for the state.

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The end is nigh.

A woman will finally be the chair of the Federal Reserve. “Markets are giving Yellen the thumbs up, counting on quantitative easing being maintained at full pace until further notice,” Am I sexist?  Don’t think so.  I’d trade both Yellen and … Continue reading

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What about a ninja SEAL?

How about that, Mr. “Head of US Joint Special Ops”? And now you know what kind of news it takes to get me blogging these days.

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Requiescat in pace.

Tom Clancy, 1947-2013 I haven’t read Clancy in years, and never felt the hunger to find and consume all of his work, a la Zelasny and Vance.  I merely read Red Storm and the Jack Ryan novels. Clancy wasn’t a … Continue reading

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My Muse sucks.

There once was a limerick writer, A Bad-A$$ poetical fighter, Who, forsaking tradition, Risked classic perdition, And scornful poets brighter, By making a sixth-line addition!   Hurts, don’t it?

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If only “down” was “up”.

Sorry for the latest disappearance.  Instead of following the “news”, have been catching up on my ComicsAlliance and Comics Curmudgeon reading. But if you insist on current events, the German Science Babe (my lovely new sister-in-law) just opined on America’s … Continue reading

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