Wednesday, May 31, 2006

GI'S BIG FAT SUIT VS. MOORE By JENNIFER FERMINO - New York Post Online Edition: News

GI'S BIG FAT SUIT VS. MOORE By JENNIFER FERMINO - New York Post Online Edition: News: "A double-amputee Iraq-war vet is suing Michael Moore for $85 million, claiming the portly peacenik recycled an old interview and used it out of context to make him appear anti-war in 'Fahrenheit 9/11.' "

Monday, May 29, 2006

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Friday, May 26, 2006

Let's honor heros!

Victors, Not Victims Honor soldiers. Don't pity them. Friday, May 26, 2006 12:01 a.m. EDT
Here's a Memorial Day quiz:
1. Who is Jessica Lynch?
Correct. She's the Army private captured, and later rescued, in the early days of the war.
2. Who is Leigh Ann Hester?

"It ain't me, babe"


Cate Blanchett to play Dylan in biopic: "NEW YORK (AFP) - Cate Blanchett will play Bob Dylan in his 'androgenous phase' in a new biopic of the great poet-songwriter's life, it was announced, as Dylan turned 65. "

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Big Chill planned to ice the public's right to know

Big Chill planned to ice the public's right to know: "In what can only be seen as a pathetic acknowledgment that it has abandoned its constitutional compass, a lost Bush Administration has put newspapers and reporters on notice that they are now the enemy. A Big Chill is coming to ice the public's right to know.
Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez announced Sunday that prosecution, possibly under a 1917 espionage law never before used against America's free press, will be pressed into service to thwart the printing of any new classified information.
Presumably, those arrested and charged would include not only reporters, but their editors, publishers and anyone else involved the decision-making process by which a story sees print. Nor does it take a great leap of imagination to foresee that if the top hierarchy of a newspaper, radio or television station, or web site blog can be punished, so might anyone else in possession of the banned news, or anyone passing the verboten report on to someone else. "

AOL News - Sir Edmund Hillary Rips Climbers Who Left Dying Man

AOL News - Sir Edmund Hillary Rips Climbers Who Left Dying Man: "A member of the party tried to give Sharp oxygen, and sent out a radio distress call before continuing to the summit, he said.

More than 40 climbers are thought to have seen him as he lay dying, and almost all continued to the summit without offering assistance.

Several parties reported seeing Sharp in varying states of health and working on his oxygen equipment on the day of his death.
Inglis, who was due to arrive back in New Zealand on Thursday, said Sharp had no oxygen when he was found. He said there was virtually no hope that Sharp could have been carried to safety from his position about 1,000 feet short of the 29,035-foot summit, inside the low-oxygen 'death zone' of the mountain straddling the Nepal-China border.
His own party was able to render only limited assistance and had to put the safety of its own members first, Inglis said Wednesday.
'I walked past David but only because there were far more experienced and effective people than myself to help him,' Inglis said. 'It was a phenomenally extreme environment; it was an incredibly cold day.'
The temperature was minus 100 at 7 a.m. on the summit, he said.
Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay in 1953 became the first mountaineers to reach Everest's summit. Hillary said in an interview published Wednesday in a New Zealand newspaper that some climbers today did not care about the welfa"

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Uncle of former New Orleans mayor convicted of graft

Uncle of former 'Big Easy' mayor convicted of graft

The uncle of former Mayor Marc Morial pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing $550,000 from a transit agency, the third conviction in a federal probe of corruption at city hall and in the public schools.

Lieutenant-Colonel Geoffrey Masters: WWII Hero Passes

Telegraph News Lieutenant-Colonel Geoffrey Masters:

Lieutenant-Colonel Geoffrey Masters, who has died aged 92, won the MC in Belgium in 1940 and a Bar in Italy three years later.

As a major in command of 54th Field Battery in September 1943 Masters led his unit ashore at Salerno in support of 9th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. Achieving surprise, the battalion captured the town of Battipaglia and advanced beyond during the night. But at first light the Germans counter-attacked with infantry and armour, and the observation post officer with the two forward companies, who remained at his post to cover the withdrawal, was killed.

Although the enemy was on three sides Masters organised two observation posts in the town, and brought down heavy artillery fire on the enemy positions. In their efforts to provide effective support, he and his comrades were eventually surrounded. But when the Germans took the town Masters, who was wounded in the arm, escaped down a side road with the remnants of Battalion HQ, and did all that he could to protect them as they came under a hail of fire which knocked out his scout car. The citation for the Bar to his MC praised his inspirational leadership, courage and dogged determination.

Doh!


ABC News: The Blotter
Is House Speaker Dennis Hastert, one of those evil Republicans, about to get nailed in the Abramoff bribery scandal?

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Time to vote for "anyone but incumbents"?

Hastert tells President Bush FBI raid was unconstitutional

By Patrick O'Connor

House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) told President Bush yesterday that he is concerned the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) raid on Rep. William Jefferson's (D-La.) congressional office over the weekend was a direct violation of the Constitution.

Hastert raised concerns that the FBI's unannounced seizure . . .

Monday, May 22, 2006

Londonistan: This time the crocodile won't wait

Asia Times Online :: Asian News, Business and Economy.: BOOK REVIEW
This time the crocodile won't wait
Londonistan by Melanie Phillips

Reviewed by Spengler

In retrospect, it seems oafish of Neville Chamberlain, Britain's prime minister in 1938, to have betrayed Czechoslovakia to Nazi rule in return for the empty promise of peace. Yet an overwhelming English majority looked with horror on the prospect of confrontation with Germany and a new world war, until Adolf Hitler forced England's hand by invading Poland. 'The appeaser hopes the crocodile will eat him last,' said Winston Churchill. Today's crocodiles may not be so patient.

Opposing voices in 1938 rang lonely and shrill, and just as shrill today sounds Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips in her portrayal of an emasculated Britain ashamed of its own national identity and anxious to appease the 'clerical fascism' of the jihadis. That will change, perhaps even before the print is quite dry on her new book. She warns that the West faces a religious war with Islam. I concur, and recommend Londonistan as indispensable background.

Britain, Phillips warns, is reaping what it has sown. A large minority of British Muslims are disaffected at best and seditious at worst. Phillips cites a 2004 Home Office survey finding that 26% of British Muslims felt no loyalty to Britain, 13% supported terrorism, and about 1% (up to 20,000 individuals) were 'actively engaged' in terrorism or support for terrorism.

Another poll found that 32% of British Muslims agreed that 'Western society is decadent and immoral and that Muslims should seek to bring it to an end'. In the event of a violent collision between the West and Iran, for example, civil conflict might arise in Britain on a scale resembling t"

The American Thinker

The American Thinker: "On Sunday's This Week program, ABC's George Stephanopoulos interviewed John Edwards, the Democrat's nominee for vice-president in 2004. During the program, the one-term Senator from North Carolina, made a publicity-provoking comment (video here) about the man who vanquished him and his erstwhile running mate John Kerry during the tumultuous campaign.

"George W. Bush is the worst president of our lifetime," he said. Edwards went on to say that Bush is worse that the Watergate-tainted, Richard Nixon.

This, from a guy who, when debating Vice-president Dick Cheney, brought up the fact that Cheney's daughter is gay. His intent was to put his opponent in an embarrassing situation while simultaneously making points with conservative voters on the volatile issue. You can't get much lower on the evolutionary scale than using the family of your opponent to score points. Perhaps that's why Mary Cheney, Vice President Cheney's lesbian daughter, labeled Edwards a "complete and total slime" in her recent book, Now It's My Turn: A Daughter's Chronicle of Political Life.

Edwards became one of America's super-wealthy trial lawyers by winning record jury verdicts and settlements that involved personal injury litigation. While running for his senate seat, and later for president and vice-president, he repeatedly told campaign audiences that he fought on behalf of the common man against the large insurance companies.

But those with knowledge of Edwards' legal career in North Carolina tell a different story. They say he always helped the little guy as long as he got the lawyer's share of the judgments -- typically a third or even forty percent. Legal expert Walter Olson, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of the book, The Rule of Lawyers, said Edwards' success in court . . .

JATO-bird version

YouTube - We have a liftoff!

Elton John says photographers "should all be shot"

Elton John says photographers "should all be shot"

Then, as photographers called out during his address, he added: "If you saw 'Transamerica' ... I'm talking ... you fuckwit, fucking photographers you should be shot, you should be all shot. Thank you."

Chicks bash Bush--again | Chicago Tribune

Chicks bash Bush--again:

The Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines apologized for disrespecting President Bush during a London concert in 2003. But now, she's taking it back.

'I don't feel that way anymore,' she told Time magazine for its issue hitting newsstands Monday. 'I don't feel he is owed any respect whatsoever.'

As war in Iraq loomed, Maines told the London audience 'we're ashamed that the president of the United States is from Texas.'

Bandmate Emily Robinson said, 'It wasn't that I didn't agree with her 100 percent; it was just, `Oh, this is going to stir something up.''

For band member Martie Maguire, the controversy was a blessing in disguise.

'I'd rather have a small following of really cool people who get it . . . than people that have us in their five-disc changer with Reba McEntire and Toby Keith.'

FTC sees no illegal gas price manipulation�|�Reuters.com

FTC sees no illegal gas price manipulation��Reuters.com: "An investigation by U.S. antitrust authorities found no evidence that oil companies illegally manipulated gasoline prices or constrained oil refining operations, the Federal Trade Commission said on Monday."

I think I've done the same....

Threads2: "A man returning to his home in T�nsberg late Saturday night got a nasty surprise when he found a snarling badger under his bed who didn't appreciated being awakened. The badger (called a grevling in Norwegian) was fully grown and in no mood for a late-night party. /break/ The rudely awakened animal ran around the room and ultimately overturned the bed, prompting the police to beat a retreat. "

Yes, we're going bananas�-�Commentary�-�The Washington Times, America's Newspaper

Yes, we're going bananas�-�Commentary�-�The Washington Times, America's Newspaper: "From last Friday's edition of The Washington Times: 'The Senate voted yesterday to allow illegal aliens to collect Social Security benefits based on past illegal employment.'
Well, I think that's the kind of moderate compromise 'comprehensive immigration reform' package all Americans can support, don't you? Some mean-spirited extremist House Republicans had proposed illegal aliens should receive 75 percent of the benefits to which they're illegally entitled for having broken the law. "

Case could redefine the value of Fido to family

Case could redefine the value of Fido to family: "OREGON CITY -- An Estacada family will ask a jury this week to award $1.625 million for the loss of its dog, Grizz, in a case that could help redefine the way courts view the bond between people and their pets.
The 14-year-old cocker spaniel and Labrador retriever mix had to be euthanized after he was run over in 2004 by Raymond E. Weaver, a neighbor. Weaver was convicted last year of animal abuse, and now Mark Greenup and his family are suing Weaver in a case that is attracting interest from U.S. legal experts and a French documentary crew. "

World Council of Churches slams Israel

Jerusalem Post World Council of Churches slams Israel: "Israel bears the burden of responsibility for the present crisis in the Middle East, the World Council of Churches has announced, following a meeting of its Executive Committee in Geneva from May 16-19.
The Christian Left's leading ecumenical organization stated Israel's actions towards the Palestinians 'cannot be justified morally, legally or even politically.' "

Why not shot at the stake?


Attorney Gen.: Reporters Can Be Prosecuted: "Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Sunday he believes journalists can be prosecuted for publishing classified information, citing an obligation to national security. "
This should be news?

Sen Stabenow voted for this bill!


Senate bill protects employers of illegal aliens from penalties: "Among those who will be cleared of past crimes under the Senate's proposed immigration-reform bill would be the businesses that have employed the estimated 10 million illegal aliens eligible for citizenship and that provided the very 'magnet' that drew them here in the first place.
Buried in the more than 600 pages of legislation is a section titled 'Employer Protections,' which states: 'Employers of aliens applying for adjustment of status under this section shall not be subject to civil and criminal tax liability relating directly to the employment of such alien.' "
Geeze. Looks like amnesty, walks likes amnesty, quacks like amnesty.

Sunday, May 21, 2006

A culture of coruption!

Yup! Another democrook, on tape, takin' the bacon.
BREITBART.COM - Filing: Tape Shows Lawmaker Taking Money: "A congressman under investigation for bribery was caught on videotape accepting $100,000 in $100 bills from an FBI informant whose conversations with the lawmaker also were recorded, according to a court document released Sunday. Agents later found the cash hidden in his freezer.
At one audiotaped meeting, Rep. William Jefferson, D-La., chuckles about writing in code to keep secret what the government contends was his corrupt role in getting his children a cut of a communications company's deal for work in Africa. "

Saturday, May 20, 2006

Duh Vinci Code!


OpinionJournal - Wonder Land: "Here's my theory of 'The Da Vinci Code.' Dan Brown was sitting one night at the monthly meeting of his local secret society, listening to a lecture on the 65th gospel, and he got to thinking: 'I wonder if there's any limit to what people are willing to believe these days about a conspiracy theory. Let's say I wrote a book that said Jesus was married. To Mary Magdalene. Who was pregnant at the Crucifixion. And she is the Holy Grail. Jesus wanted her to run the church as a global sex society called Heiros Gamos, but Peter elbowed her out of the job. Her daughter was the beginning of the Merovingian dynasty of France. Jesus' family is still alive. There were 80 gospels, not four. Leonardo DiCaprio, I mean da Vinci, knew all this. The 'Mona Lisa' is Leonardo's painting of himself in drag. Da Vinci's secret was kept alive by future members of 'the brotherhood,' including Isaac Newton, Claude Debussy and Victor Hugo. The Catholic Church is covering all this up.'
Then Dan Brown said softly, 'Would anyone buy into a plot so preposterous and fantastic?' Then he started writing."

Maybe the Enron guys could use this accounting tactic?


City questions severance for fired manager: "According to city records, Burns' severance package, which the city has not yet paid, totals nearly $73,000 -- about $50,000 of which is unused vacation and sick days.
Mayor Rillastine Wilkins has questioned that $50,000 figure, noting that Burns himself apparently was responsible for keeping the records. "

Friday, May 19, 2006

Slap an environmentalist upside the head!


A-3s in Museums: "NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey
NA-3B
BuNo 138922 FEWSG Bird
(dateline 5/3/04) They originally had 2 Skywarriors. One was being transferred to a museum somewhere in New Jersey by helicopter sky crane which broke loose and dropped the Whale in the woods totaling it out..............this was about 12 years ago. The last Skywarrior they had was scrapped/destroyed because the environmentalists in the area were concerned about pollution off of the old aircraft. So Skywarrior #138922 is no more"

American idiocy!


The Blotter: "Terreri says air marshals are not able to work undercover because check-in and boarding procedures at airports make it impossible for air marshals to maintain their anonymity:"

Say "Adios" to your SS


Illegals granted Social Security: "The Senate voted yesterday to allow illegal aliens to collect Social Security benefits based on past illegal employment -- even if the job was obtained through forged or stolen documents. "

There is a difference....

... between democrats and GOPers.
Reid calls language proposal racist: "Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid called a proposal to make English the official language 'racist' on the Senate floor yesterday.
'This amendment is racist. I think it's directed basically to people who speak Spanish,' the Democrat said during the already tense debate over immigration reform. "
The opinionated Senator just happens to be a DEMOCRAT. The article sorta thinks it's not too important. I disagree.

Thursday, May 18, 2006

What would Jesus do?


Mexicans Say Nothing Will Halt Migrants -- Newsday.com: " 'We'll go under it, we'll go over it, we'll go through the air, the sea or the earth, but they're never going to stop us from crossing,' said Jesus Santana, a Tijuana truck driver who was caught trying to cross and deported. "
Well, at least we don't have to wonder...

Ummm, fresh Faggot......



"It's faggoty-liscous!"
BBC NEWS UK England Family of faggot fans fly the flag: "A West Midlands family is playing a central role in the quest to raise the profile of a forgotten British dish - faggots.
The Doody family from Wolverhampton has been crowned The Faggot Family in a national competition, and to kick off their reign they will launch National Faggot Week. "

Faggot Facts!


Family of faggot fans fly the flag: "Faggot facts:
Faggots were called 'savoury ducks' in the Middle Ages

Faggots were named after the Latin word for bundle

Faggots were originally made with pig's liver and offal

Faggots are now made from pork liver and pork

Fans have published the Good Faggot Guide"

Does this book sell better in some cities than others?


The Good Faggot Guide by Ghislaine Povey / Richard James: "A lighthearted walk down memory lane for all Black Country gastronauts, explaining the origins and history of faggots as well as recipes, photographs, and even a dialect poem extolling the virtues of the delicacy."

Case closed!

Ummm, a perfect blend of coke and plastic bag.
Suspect apparently died trying to swallow bag of drugs: "A man who died on the way to the East St. Louis Jail apparently choked trying to swallow a plastic bag of drugs, according to autopsy results.

Ain't ejakation grate?


Colorado Professor Cited for Misconduct: "One member of the five-person investigative committee recommended that ethnic studies professor Ward Churchill be fired, and four recommended he be suspended, university spokesman Barrie Hartman said"
What does one have to do to get fired at UC?

1st Mesaba, now NWA!


Northwest Airlines warns flight attendants negotiations are over: "Northwest Airlines Corp. is warning flight attendants that they won't get a better deal if they reject the wage-cutting pact they're voting on now.
Flight attendants are voting through June 6 on whether to accept a tentative agreement that would cut their pay 21 percent and require them to work longer hours. "
Get your walkin' shoes out, Muskegon!

Nifty site!


RedKid.Net
AtlantaGuy has been tormenting me with this one lately.

Fly-over country, once again....


Main local airline may face strike: "Muskegon County Airport officials are keeping 'fingers crossed' as Mesaba Airlines heads into a possible showdown with its workers today, when a bankruptcy judge could rule on whether the feeder carrier for Northwest Airlines can reject its union contracts.
The unions have warned they'll strike ......
At Muskegon County Airport, Mesaba's Northwest Airlink service carried 67 percent of the passengers that went through the airport in the first quarter of this year. Besides Northwest Airlink's three round-trip flights to Detroit, the only other commercial airline in Muskegon is the commuter service of Midwest Airline to Milwaukee.

The liberal dumbdown continues!


Title IX shouldn't be used as an academic weapon: "But they are conducting a review of math, physics and engineering programs at selected universities to root out supposed bias against women and girls. Their weapon is Title IX, which 'is not just related to sports,' says Stephanie Monroe, assistant secretary of Education for civil rights. 'We're in the process right now of putting together our dockets.' She assures us that these Title IX reviews are just business as usual for her department. "
If the Education Department and National Science Foundation were strictly to impose Title IX compliance standards on academic science, we could see men's participation in math, physics, technology and engineering capped at the level of female interest. That would wreak havoc in fields that drive the economy and where the USA already lags other countries.
And our nation snoozes on....

When "effort" equals failure



Superintendent honored for diversity effort: "Schulze, who is retiring at the end of June after 14 years as superintendent, has seen African-Americans become a majority of the student body at Muskegon and has strived to promote minority employees.
He also has implemented a 'Changing the Odds' initiative to address achievement of students of color.
Schulze said he is 'very honored' and 'very pleased' by the establishment of the fund.
'I think (diversity) remains the main issue that our society has still yet to come to grips with in any significant way,' Schulze said. 'I think we've made steps forward but we've also taken steps backward.
'If there's any important thing I've done, it's certainly in that area (of diversity) ...
Well, his focus on diversity has resulted in an almost exact correlation with declining scores for his "diverse" students over the last 14 years. At least we're not honoring him for his success in educating our children. The emperor has no clothes and no one will stand up and tell the truth.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Cities at war with citizens!


Georgia: Chatham County Dumping Unprofitable Cameras: "Unhappy with losing money from a red light camera at the intersection of Highway 204 and King George Boulevard, officials in Chatham County Georgia have canceled their photo ticketing contract with Nestor Inc. after just five months. Chatham County expected the same success as nearby Savannah which brings in $60,000 in monthly profit from camera tickets. Because Chatham's program has lost $3000 each month, officials gave the camera vendor until Monday, June 12 to remove what was once hailed as a valuable public safety tool."

Why is this controversial.....

...... democrats!
Bill to make English official language passes House: "English would become the state's official language under a bill passed Tuesday by the state House.
If the legislation becomes law, state agencies would not be required to provide documents in languages other than English. However, supporters of the bill said nothing in it would prohibit an agency from printing documents in a foreign language if it so desired."

Finnegan the Squirrel


modern pooch : your daily doggy fix!: "Finnegan the Squirrel rears his cute-ass (sorry) face again!
For about as long as she can remember, Debby Cantlon says, friends and strangers have brought her animals in need. So it wasn't much of a surprise when someone asked her if she'd care for a newborn squirrel found at the base of a tree somewhere near Renton."
Awww....

Monday, May 15, 2006

Very cool!


Google Maps - las vegas, nv

PMS Blues!


PMS Blues!: "
Eve you wicked woman, you done put your curse on me
Why didn't you just leave that apple hangin' in the tree
You make us hate our husbands, our lovers and our boss Why I can't even count the good friends I've already lost

Can't be sung better that that.

This is legal?


Congress may slap restrictions on SSN use - New York Times: "'Whether Social Security numbers should be sold by Internet data brokers to anyone willing to pay, indistinguishable from sports scores or stock quotes... to me, that's a no-brainer,' Texas Republican Joe Barton, chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee, said at a hearing. Such a practice should not be allowed, he said, 'period, end of debate.' "
We need a law to stop this!!!!! Incredible!

The "Strong Woman" the left fears.



Kirkpatrick hit liberals for blaming America first: "'When Marxist dictators shoot their way into power in Central America, the San Francisco Democrats don't blame the guerrillas and their Soviet allies,' Mrs. Kirkpatrick said of her party, which had just had its national convention in San Francisco. 'They blame United States policies of 100 years ago. But then they always blame America first.'
With those words, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations -- a long-time Democrat -- described the difference between President Reagan's determination to defeat communism and Democratic Party leaders' inclination to accommodate communism everywhere. "
Nifty broad. I coulda voted for her.... in a minute!

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Does she like sushi?


Granholm heads to Japan to recruit businesses: "Gov. Jennifer Granholm left Sunday for her second trade trip to Japan to try to bring more foreign investment to Michigan."
It'll be interesting to see the results of this. Watch your wallet!

Dance Dance Evolution

Dance Dance Evolution

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Imagine...


...if this racist was a GOPer. I guess the culture of corruption just met the culture of biggotry.
Alabama candidate for AG disputes Holocaust, is coming to NJ -- Newsday.com: "A Democratic candidate for Alabama attorney general denies the Holocaust occurred and said Friday he will speak this weekend in New Jersey to a 'pro-white' organization that is widely viewed as being racist. "

An American disgrace!


Don't you know who I am?: "But when it comes to determining who will push the nuclear button, ......, we, for the most part throughout America, don't even bother to ask who the hell is voting him in.
A friend of mine voted in the town elections the other day and was never asked who he was. He then asked the polling people if they had ever seen him before. He went on to say that he could'�ve used his neighbor's name, his mechanic's name and address and then waited until the first shift of poll workers went home and come back and voted again.
My, they were unnerved about it. Wow, they said, in unison. They'd never thought about that.
Did you also know, he went on, that Governor Lynch recently vetoed a bill that would've prevented this?
No, they all said, and were shocked that they hadn't heard a word about it.
No, America just stumbles along fat, dumb and happy, letting anybody at all drag into a polling place, not checking a thing, allowing the most brazen Democrats to vote over and over, with no concern evinced about who in the hell is determining the end user of the votes--the fellow with the nuclear football, the guy who can trumpet down the walls of Jericho, the man or woman who can flatten the planet, the woman who can sic the IRS on us.
It is a shame that the last place where no one knows my name, or anyone else's, is at my polling place.
Don't you know who I am?"

Friday, May 12, 2006

He he...he he.....


Send this to your democrat friends....
Brother Jeb would make 'great' US president: Bush:
President George W. Bush praised his brother, Florida governor Jeb Bush, as an 'excellent' leader who would make a 'great president' of the United States, according to news accounts.
'I think Jeb would be a great president. But it's up to Jeb to make a decision to run,' Bush told reporters ..... "

Visible Earth


Visible Earth: Home: A catalog of NASA images and animations of our home planet

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Shoe hazing!


Dang good thing the boys didn't have to wear these, pardner.....
BREITBART.COM - Vt. Fraternity Members Face Hazing Fines: "Vt. Fraternity Members Face Hazing Fines
Four fraternity members accused of making pledges wear cowboy clothes and suffer homophobic insults in a 'Brokeback Mountain'-themed initiation ritual face $1,000 fines under the state's anti-hazing law.
University of Vermont police said the civil penalties stemmed from a March 2 party at the Phi Gamma Delta house based on the movie about gay cowboys.
'What they did, which I felt was homophobic in nature, was inappropriate,' UVM Police Chief Gary Margolis said.

It's not just about free minutes!


Power Line: "One, as A.J. Strata points out, the USA Today article identified Qwest as the one major carrier that declined the NSA's request for cooperation. Presumably Qwest has now become the terrorists' telecom company of choice. Way to go, USA Today!"
Makes my choice of a cell phone provider a bit easier.

NEWT!


Gingrich to speak at Lincoln dinner: Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich will be the keynote speaker at the Ottawa County Lincoln Day Dinner June 8 at the Pinnacle Center.
The dinner will provide attendees with an opportunity to hear from one of the most-requested speakers in the country on a variety of topics, from national security to health care reforms to the political outlook for the '06 mid-term elections.
Individual tickets and tables are available for $60 per person by contacting the Ottawa County GOP office, 513 East 8th in Holland, or by calling (616) 396-3791 or e-mailing faith@ottawagop.org. "

Latest rankings show Muskegon Chronicle is delusional


Latest rankings show Muskegon boom is real: "Change is inevitable in a global economy, but it's starting to look as if Muskegon is weathering change better than some. While this community still may rank 253 on a nationwide list of 393, that's just the current score: "
The Chronicle is giddy over being in the 37th percentile. WooHoo!

Summer's on the way!


Welcome to his nightmare: "Joe Austin, executive director of the festival that annually draws an estimated 600,000 people, announced this morning that David Lee Roth (June 30), Alice Cooper (July 2), Macy Gray and Ginuwine (July 6) and the bands Shinedown and Trapt (July 3) have been signed to perform.
Those acts join a concert lineup of the Miller Lite Headline artists that already included The Steve Miller Band (July 8) Smash Mouth (July 4), Sugarland (July 5) and Raven Symone (July 8). "

Is Canada suicidal?


TheStar.com - Muslim girls allowed private swim test: "The decision to close a high school pool to give three Muslim girls a private swimming class is stoking debate over the place of faith in Quebec's public institutions.
At issue is the practice known as 'reasonable accommodation' for religious views, one that's increasingly common in a city that's home to most of Quebec's immigrants.
Parents say the decision by Commission Scolaire Marie-Victorin, with more that 40,000 students in 80 schools, risks encouraging 'segregation in the name of religion.'
The board argues it is simply respecting provisions of a recent Supreme Court judgment on wearing Sikh kirpans (ceremonial daggers) in classrooms that set limits on restricting religious rights."
Swimming is one thing. But knives in class? What do our northern cousins do with Rastafarian ninth graders?

Won't this make marriage more expensive?


Salary Center: AOL Find a Job: "If paid, Stay at Home Moms would earn $134,121 annually (up from 2005's salary of $131,471). Working Moms would earn $85,876 annually for the "mom job" portion of their work, in addition to their actual "work job" salary. "
What about stay at home dogs? Guard, companion, cat corraller, best friend, ball retriever, food recycler, stress reviever, photo journalist....

Chick stuff


The American Princess: Nothing Says Summer: "Nothing Says Summer
Like Emilio Pucci cork platforms. "
Tryin' to broaden my audience!

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

He's baack....


Rocky Mountain News: Education: "But in no case has the committee ever found that misconduct occurred, and the group has never recommended action against a faculty member.
The five-member faculty investigation into Churchill took four months to review charges, which include plagiarism, fabrication of material and misuse of sources. "
Why would any parent send their child to U of Colorado?

American suicide?


House Panel Supports Bilingual Voting: "Later, the committee voted 33-1 to extend the law, due to expire next year, for 25 more years. Only Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, who offered the amendment to strike the bilingual ballots, voted against it"
We don't need no stinkin' english!

The ugly truth about men


The Sun Online - News: The ugly truth about men: "BEARDS and moustaches are women's biggest turn-off, a poll has revealed. "
I'm thinkin' it's not the only consideration....

WSJ.com - Where Are They Now: The Beardstown Ladies

WSJ.com - Where Are They Now: The Beardstown Ladies: "Where Are They Now: The Beardstown Ladies
Once Icons of an Emerging Investor Class,
They're Still Together � Buying and Holding"

The infantile left



Joe's Dartblog: Speaking Truth to Hecklers: "This exchange, as so many in the last three years have, underscores the necessity of making logic classes mandatory as early as elementary school. If not, there will too many stationwagon conversations like this:
CHILD: Mom, do you have an Altoid?
MOM: Yes, I think so. Look in my purse.
CHILD: I don't see any.
MOM: Oh, I thought I had some.
CHILD: LYING BLOODTHISTRY MONSTER! "