Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Lunch: 8/30/2005

Try one of these specials with your lunch:


  1. OPSEC and Pandora's Box

    Greyhawk at Mudville Gazette weighs in on the Schoomaker OPSEC memo, and his reference to blogs. Greyhawk notes a UPI Story out today, as it appeared in

  2. Question

    Maybe some architect or engineer can answer a question I or my father have had for thirty years.

  3. Trackback Party

    A big thank you to Phin who runs a little service you might want to check out: Apothegm Designs. We now have open trackbacks...so...why not celebrate with a party?

    Here is how it works. If you have a post you want others to see, just link to this...

  4. Campus “Radicals” Giving Military Students A Hard Time

    From the “We Knew You Were Lying” department comes this story about military heroes who trade the battlefield for college campus - and find that they’re still right in the middle of a war.
    National Review Online explains just what o...

  5. Dueling Byrd-os

    Visitors to the web sites of the newspapers in Charleston, WV, can notice a cyber-duel in the 2006 Senate race. Sometimes they see this:

  6. Is it Saturday yet? Friday, atleast?

    Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... It's Kerry-180 Tuesday

  7. Top 9 Al Sharpton Excuses For Running From Police

    The Reverend Al Sharpton had a run-in with the law the other day as he left Cindy Sheehan's ranchside vigil at President Bush's Crawford, Texas home. Mr. Sharpton's car reportedly reached speeds of over 100 mph during the chase. We

  8. rgcombs.blog-city.comAugust 30, 2005 at 12:45 PM

    Everything You Know Is Wrong*

    Before you rejoice over the good news about coffee or despair over the dire warnings about grilled chicken, consider this: A new study reports that there is less than a 50% chance that the findings of a published scientific research paper are true:


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