Inoperable Terran

Irony is the enemy of the post-modern left(tm)

HA ha!

Mark Steyn says the EUro-emperors are naked, and people know it. (New polls indicate the EU “constitution” will be voted down by healthy majorities in France, the Netherlands, and a few other places, which would pretty much drive a stake into the whole EU thing).

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  • Mheh

    I have doubts that fidel’s actually going to read any of the fine emails people sent him, but here’s Steve’s.

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  • Dreamin’

    Damon’s got a good imagination.

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  • Total cave-in

    Or, Stampede of the RINOs. Part 1. Part 2.

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  • Figures

    You’d better leave poor old alligators alone.

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  • No way

    Israeli researchers have discovered how sarcasm is processed by the brain.

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  • What’s the frequency, Kenneth?

    Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Dan Rather:

    “CBS News has a culture, has a history that those of us who work here, it’s very real — that we see it as a sort of magical mystical kingdom of journalistic knights.”

    You simply cannot make up the funny like that.

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  • Shock. Outrage.

    Tom Cruise has posted at Huffington’s Toast. Could Kirstie Alley be next?

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  • Heh. Indeed.

    The MSM strikes back, in the latest In My World.

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  • About time

    France’s language guardians have come up with an approved term for ‘weblog’. Read about it here.

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  • Dean’s Greatest Hits

    No, Allah hasn’t set them to music, but Dane’s got a collection.

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  • Pimpin’

    A fantastic National Review cover, if slightly derivative of a Cox & Forkum piece. Still, C&F didn’t have a cover story by Mark Steyn…

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  • Everyone’s doing it

    It was bad enough when the intrepid Iowahawk reported on the Decorah Lutefisk Riots, but now Drudge has something far more sinister.

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  • Hollywood’s new problem

    Your ability to watch DVDs you’ve bought whenever and whereever you want without giving them more money, that is. Luckily there’s a solution.

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  • Figures

    CNN’s taking money from George Soros to make anti-American documentaries.

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  • Flip-flop

    Who changes directions more than Kerry? Concerned scientists, of course. This week’s big “we were wrong”: Sunlight is good for you and can prevent cancer. In moderation, of course.

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  • Perpetual

    Howard Dean: the gift that keeps on giving. Too bad no Republicans are willing to take much advantage.

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  • Meanwhile

    Those in search of a comedy goldmine are digging around the Eurovision Song Contest. Tim Blair mocks the lyrics while the Manalo handles the “fashion” (and I do mean to use scare quotes there).

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  • Arab street: caught on film

    Looks like the outrage isn’t exactly materializing, as usual.

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  • Come undone

    Mugabe’s policy of driving away the remaining people who knew what they were doing is bearing predictable fruit.

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  • Seriously

    Here’s a great piece on the Religion of Peace™. (Via Ace).

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  • Over the bow

    Daniel Okrent, the New York Times’ dont-call-him-an-ombudsman hired in the wake of Jayson Blair is quitting. But he has some lovely parting gifts for Krugman and Dowd.

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  • Sunday night detective

    It’s IoT’s own Jay in:

    The Mystery of No Crackers

    First off, our cranky old detective checks the dining room chairs:

    But no luck there. He gets a hot tip from a little(er) bird that they might have been spotted in the living room near the stacks of DVDs:

    And still nothing. After thinking for a while, he realizes that that incredibly good-looking bird who only shows up in the bathroom might have stolen the crackers. Let’s see what he found (besides that my mirror needs cleaning):

    Success!

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  • Flames

    Schroeder’s party lost another major election, leading to what will probably be his early demise. Hey, Gerhard, ever think that publically fellating Chirac is a bad idea when you aren’t French?

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  • Different faces

    3 editions of Newsweek, 2 pouty “screw America for catching us” covers (on the Japanese and International editions only, of course).

    UPDATE: Aaron has rectified the situation. Drink alert!

    And here’s an LGF thread with a more complete translation of the cover: it’s worse than you thought.

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