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Archive for October, 2004

Hee hee

A man in the UK got $80 from a Nigerian spammer as part of a hoax played on them. Very nice. (Via FARK)

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  • No surprise

    The BBC is far more in love with Arafat than the average Pallie on the street.

    Examining the evidence

    Al-Jizz only aired 6 of the 18 minutes of Osama’s new video, which leads Roger to believe it really could be authentic.

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  • Sometimes a joke is hard to tell

    Frank J.’s “Know Thy Enemy: Halliburton” was cited as lefty hatred. Oops. Also, he’s ditching SarahK after shocking new photographic evidence.

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  • Jeeves, can you handle it?

    Val relays a story from the “rich for Kerry” demographic.

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  • Endorsements from Iraq

    Iraqi and other Middle Eastern bloggers give their picks. Best take-away: “Kerry” sounds like the Kurdish word for “dick”.

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  • Good news for jobs

    But of course the media’s hard at work burying it.

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  • Running in the family

    Kerry’s stepson Chris Heinz says Bush is a cokehead who’s controlled by the Jooooooos. Now there’s a winning strategy!

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  • Mudslinging

    Here’s more good stuff from Orson Scott Card.

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  • The pros

    Mark Steyn has fun at the expense of newspaper editorials that endorse Kerry. (As usual, they aren’t for Kerry, they’re against Bush). 12x drink alert.

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  • Must be stopped

    Here’s a UK editorial on the election with a distinctly un-European viewpoint.

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  • Quote of the week

    In 2000, Al Gore lost because he had no appeal to rural white men, who, despite his claims to be a Tennessee farmer, reacted to him as if he were some effete ninny from Massachutsetts. Four years on, the Dems have replaced the faux effette ninny with the genuine article.

    - Mark Steyn, from the special election issue of National Review (which also features Victor Davis Hanson).

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  • Yikes

    How bad is the OBL tape for Kerry? Walter Cronkite insists it’s Karl Rove in makeup and a fake beard.

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  • Reactionary vs. radical

    Here’s a good article pointing out (not for the first time) that Bush is the radical and Kerry’s the reactionary conservative.

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  • Absolutely

    Donald Sensing says al-Q is clearly down. Now it’s time to start kicking.

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  • Swinging no more

    Megan McArdle has finally chosen.

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  • Friends like this

    Bill @ INDC has some fun with al Jazeera’s newest attraction.

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  • Surrender?

    Wretchard notes some interesting things in the purported new Osama tape.

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  • Welcome back

    Tim Blair’s almost gleeful that Osama’s apparently still alive. But “Copyright John” thinks not.

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  • Celebrities for Kerry

    The ‘Hawk has all the dirt. 16x drink alert.

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  • Long face

    Frank endorses Bush. No, really.

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  • Translation

    Cox & Forkum put words in bin Laden’s mouth.

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  • Scary monsters

    Here’s some particularly apt ones.

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  • Canada option

    Tim Blair suggests that if Kerry wins, conservatives can move to Australia.

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  • Terror tape redux

    The ‘Hawk out-funnies Steve with this shocking revelation.

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