Lamest nor'easter I've ever seen. An ordinary cold, breezy, wet-snow day. I love rough weather, and hate it when they over-hype it. Just heavy April snow showers, and 38 degrees.
Brit National Union of Journalists votes to boycott Israel. They drank the Kool Aid. Very nice. First they came for the Jews...
Why crying defeat could turn out to be a big mistake. Even the AP is now forced to recognize the progress: Big Lizards. I wish for success, because it would be the best thing for the people of Iraq, and for the US.
Don Ho died. Here's his Tiny Bubbles. (audio)
Montreal Muslims charged with firebombing synagogue.
Fred Thompson gets it.
Hey, wait a minute - I'm a victim too. SISU. I never trust hypersensitivity: it's always a manipulation. If you can't take a joke or an insult, you're a baby.
Jason Whitlock gets it. Video at Horsefeathers. It's about Sharpton and the other race hustlers.
A quote from Hatemonger's Quarterly:
Every time we hear some moronic politician blather on about the urgent need for every American to attend college, we think to ourselves: If only this boob would sit in on a Sociology 101 lecture. One-third of the class mysteriously missing; one-quarter sound asleep; the remaining students trying their hand at a crossword puzzle—these are the tell-tale signs of university students learning.
As everyone but Bill Clinton seems to recognize, most kids attend college for four (or five) years of intense dipsomania, feverish drug-taking, and incessant date rape. If you ask us, American children should be compelled to complete a year of military service before they head to university. That’ll learn the little pukes.
And what if the army doesn’t need them? Well, maybe they could serve as Ted Kennedy’s towel boy instead.
Added to our blogroll today: The Hatemonger's Quarterly, under "Funny Pages," and TigerHawk, under "Mostly Political"
Image: A Hubble image of infant star formation in "a nearby galaxy"
Tiny in the little house and Baby occupy the terrace in the countdown to supper the other day before the deluge -- billed as a historical Nor'easter, but give us a break, The lamest nor'easter I've ever seen according to
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