Articles from December 2004



American Ingenuity Strikes Again

Showing, once again, that individuals are the great thinkers and inventors and NOT any government, a Michigan man has come up with something that will make many a man (and, perhaps, woman) smack himself (or, possibly, herself) upside the head and say “Why the HELL didn’t I think of that?!” BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) –

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Imperial Language Lesson #473

Today’s lesson has to do with the importance of proper punctuation and the potential for misunderstandings that may occur with the lack thereof. Example #1: “It’s tough to leave your girlfriends behind.“ Simple and straightforward enough, no? Example #2: “It’s tough to leave your girlfriend’s behind.“ ‘Nuff sed. Remember kids: “Punctuation is the key to

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Warm Thoughts for the Holidays

With New Year’s Eve fast upon us let your heart be warmed by this story, already noted by Tim Blair. Group holds fast to Kerry cause with Beacon Hill vigil The election is long over. A new year is starting, and even most of the more ardent liberals are moving on. But in Louisburg Square

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Short should get back on the Short Bus

Clare Short accuses Bush of undermining the UN relief efforts. United States President George Bush was tonight accused of trying to undermine the United Nations by setting up a rival coalition to coordinate relief following the Asian tsunami disaster. It’s not a rival coalition, it’s an option to use what works instead of waiting on

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Mining Fresh Veins of Idiotarianism

With moonbats as thick as bees we’re hard pressed to find the apex of tsunami idiocy, but then we stumbled across the Centre for Research on Globalization (www.globalresearch.ca) and this insane article. It’s worth a visit just to read it, but please restrain yourself from their discussion forum and topics like “KERRY ,BUSH,ROCKEFELLER ARE MEMBERS

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Bloody Islamic Savages

…and Merry Whatever-It-Is-You-Call-This-Time-Between-Christmas-And-New-Year. We hope you had all the presents you’d wanted and that you got to spend some quality time with your loved ones. There isn’t much that can be said about the tsunami that hasn’t already been said all over the Blogosphere, so we shall kindly refrain from adding to the din. But

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Fishing Prudes Ease Up

It’s about time states learned to keep their nose out of our rivers. Next summer, it will be legal to plunge into some Missouri rivers and grab catfish by hand – a type of fishing that is not for the faint of heart. Known variously as noodling or hogging, handfishing has long been a misdemeanor

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No War for Organs!

How did this MEMRI translation of an article from Brussels escape our attention? “Secret European military intelligence reports indicate the transformation of the American humanitarian mission in Iraq into a profitable trade in the American markets through the practice of American physicians extracting human organs from the dead and wounded, before they are put to

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Malaysia Disaster

I’m just getting caught back up after spending forever and a day at Dell, and of course as I was finishing up I heard something big happened down in Malaysia where most of their laptops are produced. To see if it could have an impact on shipments I shot over to Malaysian News.net, but from

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Cuba Discovers Oil; WhoreyWood Elitist Fuckwits Strangely Silent

We wonder when the Wailing & Gnashing of Teeth? from the GreenPissr crowd will begin about the Cantankerous Communist Cockbite’s plundering of Mother Gaia’s precious liquid largess, smack-dab in the middle of the beautiful waters around Cuba? (Hint: We won’t be holding our collective breath, that’s for sure. *Sound of crickets leaning against the alley

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