Thursday, August 11, 2005

Breakfast: 8/11/05

Try one of these specials with your breakfast:

Note: Hopefully the other guest bloggers will be able to keep y'all fed for the next day or two. I'm in Vegas and probably won't have much of a get meals prepared.

8 comments:

  1. Maker of WMD Looking for a sponsor

    A Media Player is required.

    The amazing impact of the movie WMD: The murderous reign of Saddam Hussein has rippled through the world.

    An American businessman, Brad, Maaske--a real estate man--dug into his own pockets to make this film.

    The ...

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  2. Henry Doesn't Get It

    It turns out that the spam trick I played didn’t work out the way I wanted it to, because Henry wrote me back and told me no one answered at the number I gave him. (The number was from another spam telling me I won the Netherlands lottery)

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  3. Chief of Black Helicopters

    Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... It's Stop the ACLU Thursday

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  4. ACLU Wants All Drugs Legal

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) opposes criminal prohibition of drugs. Not only is prohibition a proven failure as a drug control strategy, but it subjects otherwise lawabiding citizens to arrest, prosecution and imprisonment for what they ...

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  5. Airhead America

    I was wondering: Are there any dead kids out there as a result of someone who really cares about children not having the resources to help them?

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  6. Sopranos Put A Contract On Yogi, Boo-Boo

    The NYT had a story that caught my eye: As Bear Complaints Rise, New Jersey Considers a Hunt. I apologize for the prejudice but I am seeing a bunch of Gottis in their Guccis tromping around behind the rest area along the NJ Turnpike. Wrong kinda bears,...

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  7. The Dukes of Crawford

    Can you tell it's a slow newsday, even for August?

    A breakfast side dish at Basil's Blog

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  8. NARAL Executives Embroiled In Dead Carnie Scandal

    Pro-abortion group NARAL has caused quite a bit of controversy recently over their airing of false advertisements regarding Supreme Court nominee John Robert's alleged support for abortion clinic bombers. However, the tables seem to have turned as seve...

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