Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Blogrolling 2006-12-27

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  1. The Knucklehead of the Day award...

    Today's winner is Rene Sandoval, Director of the Quad Cities Metropolitan Enforcement Agency....

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  2. Go With God President Ford...

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  3. OTA - Young Children cannot be sexual predators...

    You may have read about a Hug that landed a 4-year-old in suspension. Last month, a father received a letter from the La Vega Independent School District in Texas stating that his son, who was 4 years old at the time, was involved in "inappropriate ph...

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  4. The Knucklehead of the Year award- Politics...

    The winner is..............

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  5. Eric Dolch update...

    Please continue to pray for this young man and his family....

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  6. Same old Putin...

    From the AP-

    MINSK, Belarus, Dec. 26 -- Residents of Belarus's capital stocked up on warm clothes and electric heaters as fears rose Tuesday that Russia would soon cut off the natural gas supply on which the country depends....

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  7. There's a leak in Tallahassee...

    At the Florida State Supreme Court. From the Tallahassee Democrat-...

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  8. Villains Alone: Forging the Wild Frontier...

    The Iranian Parliament approved today (Wednesday) a law approving the government to accelerate the nuclear program; and to revise the co-operation with the IAEA....

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  9. The Knucklehead of the Day award...

    Today's winner is The South Korean Ministry of Gender Equality....

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  10. The Knucklehead of the Year award- Sports and...

    The winner is........

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  11. Tenten ?-2006...

    We'll miss our four legged friend. RIP Tiger....

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  12. Eye Checkup...

    I recently blogged about how I failed a eye exam when renewing my driver's license. Today I had an appointment with a local ophthalmologist....

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  13. [...] There are gripes aplenty in the blogosphere about the reportage on the Horn of Africa, and the conditions that prevail there. Here are some from Ogre. He seems to share the “problem with” Muslims, especially the violent variety, that most of the world has. Hat tip, Basil. From the same source, there is this highly revealing story of certain people force-feeding girls, like geese. Still, it appears that this is almost the only place in Africa where girls are fed more than boys. Still, it appears that this is almost the only place in Africa where girls are fed more than boys. In related news, Don Surber reported that there are similar habits of mental onanism among our own “elites”. Sadly, we seem to imitate their side more than they do us, at least in the habits I should like to see them imitate.Anyhow, the “forces on the ground” ignored all the atmospherics and rapidly rendered them irrelevant by winning convincingly and quickly. (Note to self, take down Iran fast - that works.) NPR headlined it ““>Somalia Gov’t Gains Ground with Ethiopia’s Help“. More Ethiopia reorting showed up the next day, and the day after that, captioned “Islamic forces flee Mogadishu; government takes over Somalia’s capital”. Since then, things have continued to go swimmingly for the Ethiopians and their allies in the U.N.-recognized Somali government. That headline read, simply, “Somali PM Islamic fighters defeated” and the good news keeps flowing in. The Ethiopians promise to be gone within a fortnight or two. Wise planning. Let the Islamists fight over the carcass known as the non-Somaliland parts of Somalia. As I recall, when aid flows stopped after Black Hawk down, violence abated too, as there was little worth fighting for. That’s the way I see it anyways! [...]

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