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Archive for January 9th, 2009

It sounds like it’s a great idea for him to play this weekend then.

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  • Filed under: Sports
  • Lions fan will never escape 0-16

    He got a tattoo commemorating it. Seriously.

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  • Not fade away

    A great story about a New York City cop and a WW2 Marine.

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  • In Dubai they’re putting up a building almost twice the height of the former Twin Towers, and an Indian construction worker is basically living in a crane on top while it goes up.

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  • I don’t think it really works that way.

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  • My head hurts. It’s nice to see “journalists” being honest though.

    What’s the next step beyond “drunken sailor” when describing crazy out-of-control spending?

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  • Why government should be limited

    Because nobody will behave properly when they’re spending other peoples’ money.

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  • Double standards

    An excellent editorial.

    The UN and the Pallies

    Keeping each other in business for decades.

    Not as low as you’d expect

    Running the standard “credit score” formula on the federal government.

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  • Which is arguably a smart move.

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  • Explanation of terms

    Since people can’t behave, the comment moderation is going to be quite a bit stricter.

    Here’s the basis for discussion of our next President: he’s a career politican who’s nearly every move since the age of 17 has been aimed towards the acquisition of political power. This is stated very clearly in DREAMS FROM MY FATHER. Because he works only for himself (as did Bill Clinton), he’ll sometimes do the right thing, even if not for perfectly correct reasons (e.g. Bill passing NAFTA). Just don’t mistake anything he does for more than that.

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