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Archive for November, 2003

BBC strikes again

They don’t want to, but they have to report that Christmas sales in the US are way up. Aww.

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  • Deano

    It seems that before he ran for President, Howard Dean had all information about him in Vermont state records locked away for 14 years. Because some of it might be “embarassing”. And here I thought only the Bushitler™ and Ashkkkroft™ did that sort of thing.

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  • Double the Marv

    First, he outsmarts his cage, then he outsmarts his owner. Don’t worry Steve, it happens to the best of us. Parrots are not to be trusted.

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  • Great, now Putin’s gonna bomb us

    A Chechen terrorist was let out of jail after actress Vanessa Redgrave paid his bail. Very nice. (Via a comment on LGF)

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  • More blameage

    Wednesday, a story went out on all the wire services that a Pallie boy had been shot and killed by the IDF. Now it turns out his own brother killed him and the family helped cover it up. Naturally, no wire service has yet picked up the correction.

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  • A majority of gun permit applicants are women. Oops, sorry Donks!

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  • The Crusades: not so bad?

    Dean Esmay discusses, and links to much more.

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  • The Senator from France

    It’s a Damon double-header.

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  • I say again, whee!.

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  • It’s official

    France is actively trying to be an enemy state.

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  • More bad news for Allah

    Israel’s tech sector is rebounding, just like the US economy. Meanwhile the Muslim tech sector is launching stickers with fricking sharks on them. And they stole the design of the shark.

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  • Jesse Jackson: played out

    Check this out.

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  • In the sand

    Misha goes fishing for EUnuchs. With a ClueBat™.

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  • Nuclear strikes

    E. Nough thinks about what would happen if terrorists got nukes. I have a better idea: every time the US is hit, we saturation-bomb France.

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  • More medals

    Pallies claim the IDF shot into a crowd, killing one man. Laurence of course thinks that’s unlikely.

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  • Bravery

    Steve re-explains Bush’s visit. And Hillary’s.

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  • Eeep

    Steve’s committing suicide by pie, and threatening to send the boys over, which would suddenly triple the parrot population. As all bird owners know, that means one thing: run for your lives!

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  • Hasta la vista

    The enemy media continues to seethe that only Fox News was allowed to provide TV coverage of Bush’s surprise visit, but the troops enjoyed it.

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  • Demonstrative

    They’re demonstrating in Iraq today: against terrorists, hippies, and Saudis. Heh.

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  • The CSPI wants to ban beer ads. Rich Lowry gives ‘em the what-for.

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  • It’s a kids game

    Ahh, the Religion of Peace.

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  • Oh no

    The New York Times has uncovered a massive fraud by the Bushitler™.

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  • Damn straight

    Michele reminds everyone to buy, buy, buy, because it’ll piss off the hippies.

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  • Next up, yeti

    A moderate Muslim has been sighted, in the New York Times no less.

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  • Predicting the future

    Those who know what’s best for us / must rise and save us from ourselves – Neil Peart, “Witch Hunt”, 1981.

    Nowadays it’s practically fashionable to tell people what they should buy/drive/etc. Moreover, you can even make fun of individualism in the process. That’s not the America I know, and it’s certainly not the one Kim du Toit and Misha moved to.

    (Incidentally, I think it’s telling that although the H2 is the identical vehicle to the Chevy Suburban, just with an uglier body, people typically only pick on the H2. Classic style over substance).

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