Inoperable Terran

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What’s the frequency, Kenneth?

Iowahawk promises not to suck. Or something.

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  • Yikes

    Colin Powell, not the most popular man around these parts, has prostate cancer. While I hope he does OK in the surgery, this does bring up a terrifying spectre for frequent readers of a certain Jawja blogger

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  • More reasons to hate the Saudis

    Prince Bandar is a big fan of the Team that Shall Not Be Named.

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  • Post of the day

    Is right here. And it’s not even about Saddam (ok, that actually probably helps).

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  • Another dictatorship falls

    Glenn says Big Media is having their statues knocked over too.

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  • Dragnet

    Kathy links to Newsweek’s description of the capture (a must-read) and adds some notes.

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  • The obvious one

    Let’s just get this Photoshop out of the way, eh?

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  • Oldie but goodie

    For those who aren’t National Review subscribers, here’s Steyn’s column from a month ago on the stupidity of the INS.

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  • Centipedes

    Lileks has a special Bleat up. As with all other December content it’s one day only, so read it ASAP if it’s Monday Dec. 15 and you’ve missed it otherwise.

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  • I knew it was coming

    A very special Saddam capturing edition of In My World.

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  • And of course

    Allah is unhappy in the pants region about Saddam’s capture.

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  • Meanwhile

    Let’s not forget there’s still a dictator or 3 at large. (And no, I don’t include bin Laden – I’m with Mark Steyn on the whole “has-bin” thing).

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  • Filed under: General at 9:23 am
  • Commentary unnecessary

    Michele relays a great editorial cartoon.

    Plus, here’s today’s Cox & Forkum on the same subject.

    And Damon has commentary too.

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  • Interview with a vampire

    Misha notes some interesting statements about Saddam, and finishes up with a brilliant Photoshop from RWN.

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  • NYT: US “lacks legitimacy”

    Umm, riiiight.

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  • The inside story

    We have recieved a startling new photograph of Saddam’s capture. Click “read more” to see what really happened.
    Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Tut tut

    Mark Steyn makes fun of Canada’s new Prime Minister.

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  • Coalition of the Pissy

    Glenn knocks out the Dwarves/media/France/Germany axis of lame.

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  • No surprise

    The Pallies are heartbroken.

    UPDATE: And so are the major media outlets.

    UPDATE 2: Tim Blair has reaction from Dean supporters. They’re moving to Canada. Heh.

    UPDATE 3: Frequent LGF commenter iowahawk thinks Saddam will become the 10th Dwarf.

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  • More on Saddam’s capture

    The Command Post’s Iraq section has everything on this story and more.

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  • Saddam Captured: The Tyrant in Custody!

    Would’ve posted sooner, but I’ve been glued to the TV. Saddam was found holed up (literally in a hole in the ground) just outside of Tikrit! Apparently he was 6-8 feet underground in a camouflaged “spider hole” with a vent and fan. He was captured at approximately 8:30pm local time Saturday evening courtesy of ~600 U.S. soldiers. Looking quite a bit the worse for wear he was taken into custody where DNA tests proved his identity. Celebration ensued in the streets of Baghdad and elsewhere, including much dancing and singing and the customary firing of the AK-47s into the air. This in contrast to the capture, during which not a single shot was fired. Reports are that today is being officially declared Iraqi Independence Day. Congratulations, folks!

    Some links:
    Iraqi Governing Council Announces Arrest of Hussein
    U.S. : ‘We Got Him’
    Saddam Captured (Reuters)
    Schroeder Congratulates Bush
    Saddam Captured (FOX)
    Saddam Arrested in Iraq (BBC)
    Saddam Captured in Tikrit (TV5 in French, take your babelfish!)

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  • The inside story of a love affair

    I’m a day late for BlogCuba, but here’s something appropriate anyway. For years, the big mystery of Cuba is how a parade of celebrity leftists can actually go there and think Castro’s some kind of management genius. Our top-secret spy cockatiels have gotten us tapes of some of these visits, and we’ve discovered the truth: it’s not just the clever fascade. It’s the interpreter. Read on for the sordid details.
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  • Admiral, there be whales here

    Steve H. has a new recipe up. Feeds hundreds.

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  • Damon goes Dilbert

    But still with a political edge.

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  • Gore vs. Bush

    Based on a new CDC map, it appears that the flu doesn’t have enough votes to become the next President. No, really.

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