January 2005

Whoring for Healthcare

January 31, 2005
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The dangers of the moral relativism of the left are always in the details. If you think I am making it up that the following is going on in Germany, you’d be wrong. Can you imagine Seniors in this country being told they have to man phone sex lines, or...

PostCards of the World

January 30, 2005
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To: t kennedy, J. Kerry, B. Boxer, et al.

Best Regards!

From: The World

If Kerry Were King

January 30, 2005
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Democrats cautiously welcome Iraqi elections

One can only imagine the cooing from the left if Kerry had managed to win the past election and position himself to take credit for the recently held election in Iraq. I don’t care what your political stripe, if you can’t see anything purely and must...

Iraq Round Up

January 30, 2005
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Jeff at Beautiful Atrocities has an excellent round up of some pertinent quotes for the day as regards Iraq.

After everything they’ve seen over the years I doubt it’s lost on the Iraqi people that those purple fingers will likely be cause for some retribution and killing in the short...

Zarqawi’s Power Mystical?

January 30, 2005
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In this post Gordo the Cranky Neocon discovers that diehard followers of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi have been rallying around a ketchup stain on a table cloth in an Al Kut Pizza Hut. The unusual stain is said to possess such a striking similarity to Zarqawi that it can not be a...

The Iraqi Elections

January 30, 2005
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I’ve been mum on this topic for a few reasons. I think all the debate and brouhaha is completely ridiculous. United, this Nation set out on a strategy sometime ago. We have been pursuing it ever since and today is a hallmark day as it plays out. It is a...

I Guess WTW Needs a Council

January 29, 2005
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When I first got the idea for White Trash Wednesdays it was for a totally open deal, any blog could jump in without too many rules. I’m glad that others have jumped in and Zeke at It Is What It Is recently became our newest participant, #11, I believe. So, I...

Caption Contests

January 29, 2005
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If you are a reader and enjoy caption contests GOP and the City offers them up fairly regularly. I have an entry up and played last time, too. I like them because non-blogging readers get a chance to get their digs in outside the comments area. Check it out. The current...

Time To Exit The Oldsmobile

January 29, 2005
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In It Is Finally Time To Exit The Oldsmobile Iowahawk is funny, hell, he’s brilliant. That’s why I’m linking it. And God knows I have done more than my share of kennedy bits here and even here. Maybe its the current cold I have but after the last couple kennedy...

Okay, But One Question

January 29, 2005
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Why in hell is the World Wrestling Federation weighing in on Global Warning? This is just going TOO far!! ; )

News

OSLO (Reuters) – World temperatures could surge in just two decades to a threshold likely to trigger dangerous disruptions to the earth’s climate, the WWF environmental group said on...

Meet Not Aaron McGruder

January 29, 2005
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A few years ago, Aaron McGruder, a young pedophile dissatisfied with both women and the size of his penis, decided to create a comic strip inspired by his lust of for children that reflected the true racial diversity and complexity of his disgusting fetish.

The result was "The BoonCocks," the...

Is Boxer Down for the Count

January 29, 2005
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Amid rumors of a knock down drag out battle for control of the Democratic Party, insiders are reporting that the political war took on another form yesterday in the well of the Senate. In a short contest originally scheduled to go two falls out of three, junior NY Senator Hillary...

Medicine Today

January 29, 2005
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You Big Mouth, You! offers up this look at the state of tribal medicine today in Zimbabwe. Evidently the goblins this witch doctor used to heal, also compelled him to commit incest with his young daughters. The entry is worth reading for the exposure to the colorful language alone: A SELF-STYLED...

Geez Oh Man

January 29, 2005
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I was all set to rant on the pathetic kennedy’s remarks today when I came across the item below. And while I hate to tarnish it by even mentioning kennedy in the same post, you cannot help but take note of the terrific differences in humanity between a man who...

Worth the Effort

January 29, 2005
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Most Definitely. The Politburo Diktat.

Some Things

January 29, 2005
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Some things defy explanation, yet still demand sharing, somehow.

3 The Incredible Lightness of Being Flu-like

January 28, 2005
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Wherein I thank God for old fashioned narcotic-based prescription cold medications and realize I am seventeen again, without the constant annoyance of an insatiable sex drive and learn I can blow my nose in time to virtually any opening for any Led Zeppelin song – ok, maybe not Stairway to...

The Stuttering Terrorist

January 28, 2005
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2 The Incredible Lightness of Being Flu-like

January 28, 2005
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The harsh cold rends my being, makes me – long to do

something so much, substantially, more

with my blog writing, I wrestle

as angel’s hair, gossimer-like, ideas  of fancy distract me

like a kitten

I paw, play, pounce

within the thin air of dust, grown old, on the mantle of hope...

The Incredible Lightness of Being Flu-like

January 28, 2005
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Colds and the Flu seem to make me introspective. Actually, when you think about it, couldn’t everyone who has stuff running out of their nose benefit from a little self-scrutiny? Viruses have true synergy; they are the perfect organism.

And speaking of old people and flu vaccines … it occurred to me...

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