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Archive for November 25th, 2003

B-L-A-C-K

Cynthia McKinney is back, and stupidity is ensuing.

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  • The big announcement

    TMQ is now on NFL.com, and he’ll also be appearing regularly on the NFL Network’s NFL Total Access.

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  • The economy, stupid

    A new survey indicates Iraqis are hopeful. And the US economy ain’t bad either, although I share Glenn’s confusion on the terminology.

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  • Unilateralism? Check.

    In the places you’d expect, at least if you read blogs.

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  • Polysemic, indeed

    As he often does, Mark Steyn has the last word on the B.C. cartoon.

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  • Hmm

    Anyone know which “major retailer” is selling KGB Christmas ornaments, as Lileks alludes to? This I *gotta* see – now everyone’s ripping off our dang 4/1 joke.

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  • Domino’s

    Dick Morris can’t find the “third way”, but Damon can.

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  • The best laid plans of mice

    Roger Simon says the MPAA’s screener crackdown isn’t exactly working. (And since he’s an Academy voter, he’d know).

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  • Heh

    The Brits remain the inventors of French-bashing, and sometimes they still show why.

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  • Now kids, take your hand grenades

    Ahh, the Religion of Peace™.

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  • Douche

    The Guardian sure does love them some Chirac.

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  • Exactly

    The Senior Minister of Singapore knows exactly what’s up.

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  • Bureaucracy

    The Czechs think the EU is rather similar to the Soviets.

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