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Archive for October 27th, 2003

Tee hee

Tonight’s Dolphins/Chargers game was moved from San Diego to Arizona due to the fires in Southern California. More people showed up for the relocated game than have ever attended an Arizona Cardinals game. (To be slightly fair to the may-contain-football-like-substance Cardinals, there was no charge for tickets due to the short notice, and the stadium’s on a college campus).

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  • Lurch

    White Glenn has an interesting roundup of commentary about the anti-war protests and the direction the media/Donk/Euro axis of imbecility is going.

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  • West Coast Representin’

    Anna covered the DC rally on Saturday, and StarBanker brings you West Coast coverage by CommieWatch. St. Pancake was much more popular in San Fran I guess. But guys? Che is sooo played out. Really.

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  • The real news

    Here’s what common Iraqis actually think, and it ain’t good for the Ten Dwarves.

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  • A new terrorist threat

    Michele is threatening to blow up the Internet over claims that today’s Iraqi bombings are the same thing as the Tet Offensive. There are two problems there: 1) the Tet Offensive was actually a major US victory, although many don’t know that because the media (notably Walter Cronkite) portrayed it otherwise, and 2) today’s action was, err, a heck of a lot smaller scale.

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  • Seeing is believing

    Check out this sign outside an actual government school in Kansas.

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  • Keep your daybook open

    Sharon says he has no plans for Arafat’s death. But Laurence does.

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  • Coolness

    A couple in Port Washington, NY bought an ambulance for Magen David Adom.

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  • When “journalists” attack

    I love me the scare-quotes. Anyhow, the Denver Post is whinging because police are accurately transcribing Ebonics in interviews with African-American criminals. I could not make this up.

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  • They could do worse

    Here’s the dark horse candidate everyone’s been waiting for. Mheh.

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  • The Boys from Brazil

    Apparently, despite their flawless taste in music, Brazilians are also among the top crackers/script kiddiez/’sploiters in the world. Urgh.

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  • Yikes

    Lileks discovers the secret connection between Fantasia and Post Super Sugar Golden Crisp.

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  • Hmm

    Cox and Forkum clearly support the Steinbrennerist entity. Fish fans may be rather offended. Heck, I’m almost offended and I haven’t watched baseball regularly since the big strike in the early 90s.

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  • Pawns

    Chris Muir vs. the mullahs. No Damon, though.

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  • Bush goes Mad With Power™ in Frank’s world.

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  • Surprise!

    The missiles used to attack a hotel yesterday were made in France and of post-sanctions manufacture.

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  • Decision 2004

    John Hawkins had a chat with a bunch o’ bloggers about the 2004 election. Hilarity ensued, and even some good points.

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  • Packed full of goodies

    Kelley’s posted a new Cul-De-Sac. Guaranteed to keep y’all busy for hours.

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  • The amazing disappearing penis

    Mark Steyn reports on the latest Muslim hysteria.

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  • AP: Pro-jihad?

    Charles found an astoundingly biased bit of “reporting”. I’ve seen ANSWER stuff that reads less like propaganda.

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