February 2005

Some Interesting Developments

February 28, 2005
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Round the Reader… appears to be an effort by Speed of Thought and a handful of other bloggers to link highlights from their accumulated RSS feeds. As I have posted on, finding and accessing desireable content in a vast world of millions of blogs is impossible – whoever...

Perhaps a Little Cat Blogging

February 28, 2005
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Yes, I think cat blogging can be a truly wonderful thing. Unfortunately, as I’m a dog person and I have no cats, I’ve simply had to make due. In fact, I’m throwing in a little bird blogging, too. ; )

WARNING: If you are either a cat lover, or a friend to...

Unique Images

February 28, 2005
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Chrys from wordpark wrote and enclosed a link to a set of great pics. Scroll to the second entry for my favorites – decoys being shot from an aircraft to evade heat seeking missiles viewed from an aircraft in front.

Excellent WWI Images

February 27, 2005
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h/t to Dean’s World – and Stephen Green at Vodkapundit for these.

A color photo collection from WWI. I don’t think I’ve ever seen photographs of this quality from that era – and certainly not in color. Check it out.

High Loon

February 27, 2005
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SeaQue City

SeaQue City was a little blogging town on the right fork of the Red State River that got its name from a famous Kiowa Indian chief. Translated, SeaQue meant "He who slaps at the moonbats" and that’s how the chief was called by the soldiers and scouts that had...

Amber Alert

February 27, 2005
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Watcher’s Council

February 27, 2005
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As you may or may not already be aware, members of the Watcher’s Council hold a vote every week on what they consider to be the most link-worthy pieces of writing around… per the Watcher’s instructions, I am submitting one of my own posts for consideration in the upcoming...

Irrational Politics

February 27, 2005
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Dr. Sanity has up a post drawing from previous comments on her blog and discussing the mindset of many on the left which seems to often lend itself to "projection, paranoia, denial, (and) intense emotion" in her view. I tend to agree and this augments something I wrote about to some...

The Bone Ranger and EsperTonto

February 26, 2005
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Starring Ward Churchill and Jeff Gannon, with Sadie in sort of a supporting role.

Ride along with the old west’s only linguistically precise cowboy and masked avenger, the Bone Ranger and his trusty sidekick, EsperTonto, the most politically correct non-American, non-Indian, American Indian west of the Missouri.  The two would-be do gooders...

Fear and Loathing: The Thompson Wake

February 26, 2005
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Rocky Mountain News Nah, they’re just different. Gimme a freakin’ break, already, would ya? I don’t think I’v eever read anything more bizarre.

ASPEN — Hunter S. Thompson heard the ice clinking.

The literary champ was sitting in his command post kitchen chair, a piece of blank paper in his favorite typewriter,...

Sadie on the Art

February 26, 2005
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Yes, it really is about the, um, art,… er, I think. The Fine Art Of Blowing Glass..

T Mobile Terrorist Strikes DC

February 26, 2005
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The now infamous T mobile terrorist has struck again, this time in the nation’s capital. A palm device belonging to Minority House Leader Nancy Pelosi, D (CA) was hacked and the device is alleged to have potentially damaging video depicting her in a heated exchange with former Presidential hopeful Senator...

On a Serious Note

February 26, 2005
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If you saw the little ditty I posted here earlier, you might already know, but it’s a take off on an old SNL bit from the 75 – 79 period. Garret Morris played a lifer who wanted to perform at the prison talent show doing a song – I’m...

Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha

February 26, 2005
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Okay, there are two things you have to do right now at Fistful of Fortnights. First, check out the best ever set of Internet cartoon thighs in her banner, then click through this post. Utterly and delightfully disgusting – what a contrast. And wish her a happy...

Attention Walmart Shoppers

February 26, 2005
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Here’s an interesting read from James Joyner at Outside the Beltway on the Walmart issue. He actually uses the topic to discuss some differences between socio and economic conservatives, along the way contrasting those positions with some on the left. Apparently Bainbridge and Hewitt are on different sides of the argument.

I...

So, I’m Thinking

February 26, 2005
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If I were a carpenter

and you were a lady,

Would I still be able to get wood?

Don’t laugh. That was one of the first songs I learned on the guitar when I was about 12 or 13. What’s an onliness, anyway?

Save my love through loneliness,
Save my love for sorrow,
I’m...

Wow!

February 26, 2005
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Just had one of those existential moments. If you go look at Malkin’s site one of her posts has 39 track backs. Which one? That would be the post on Ward Churchill as a copycat, of course. ; ) I think I’ll pass on being number 40, though I do...

I Raise My Voice in Exultation

February 25, 2005
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Ahhhh’m a gonna

get me a brown shirt and kill all the libruls I see,

Ah’m gonna get me a brown shirt and kill all the libruls I seeEEE.

When I kill all the libruls, then libruls won’t bother me,

Ah’m gonna get me a brown shirt and kill all the libruls I see.

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Why Would You Film

February 25, 2005
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Your limp bizket on your cell phone?? So, who was the lucky gal? Paris, or Ma Bell? Ha

This time the self-described ‘T-MOBILE TERRORIST’ has turned even more vicious — by unleashing a 3-minute hardcore sex videophone capture of Limp Bizkit rocker Fred Durst.

Just a Post

February 25, 2005
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I haven’t posted much of anything in two days … for a few reasons, I think. One has been kind of a blog hangover after that dust up with Wizbang. I’ve been on the Internet in one form or another for something like ten years. Early on I used to enjoy...

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