Saturday, November 5, 2005

Brunch: 11/5/2005

Try one of these specials with your weekend brunch:

24 comments:

  1. I am so sick of the news right now I could puke.

    This is where I take the paper and chuck it in the garbage... what a joke.

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  2. I am so sick of the news right now I could puke.

    This is where I take the paper and chuck it in the garbage... what a joke.

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  3. I am so sick of the news right now I could puke.

    This is where I take the paper and chuck it in the garbage... what a joke.

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  4. The Story Behind the Story Behind the Behind Closed Doors Story, Posted a Day Late Because We're Behind Schedule

    When we get Behind Closed Doors, and Harry lets his tongue hang out, and it makes me wish that I was deaf. He won't shut up, when we get behind closed dooooooors. Sorry. Bruce has been even flakier than usual...

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  5. OPEN TRACKBACKS 6

    Sites with Open Trackbacks for this weekend (it will update often, so keep checking back)

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  6. The GermoPhobe

    The GermoPhobe with a capital 'P' in phobe is a man who works on the same floor of my office building. I have seen him around the building on numerous occasions but until yesterday I never really had the opportunity to observe his peculiar habits in ...

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  7. Mark A. Caserta: ACLU is infringing on our rights, destroying morality

    The ACLU is a liberal "public interest" law firm that began in the 1920s operating with volunteer lawyers. Several of their founding leaders were members of the Communist Party and aligned themselves closely with socialistic philosophies.

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  8. Weekend Trackback Party!

    Its good to be back home! I’m taking this Saturday to relax and spend some time with family. A little note to let you know, I am writing the check to the Washington Times for our ad today. Thank you all so much again for helping us pay for thi...

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  9. 9th U.S. Circuit Court Rules In Favor of Schools to Teach Seven Year Old Children About Sex, Parents have no Say So

    (CNSNews.com) - A new ruling from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is prompting cries of judicial activism.
    On Wednesday the court dismissed a lawsuit brought by California parents who were outraged over a sex survey given to public school stude...

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  10. The Brazilian De Facto

    A country dogged by terrorists and thieves from as far back as the romantic Eva, who told them, "I leave you my heart".... as she departed with their entire treasury.

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  11. The Frinch

    All the Youths down in Youth-ville hated Christians a lot.
    But the Frinch– who lived in Paris, just north of Youth-ville– did not....

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  12. Right-Wing of the GodsNovember 5, 2005 at 10:01 AM

    Book Review: Do As I Say (Not As I Do)

    Much talk of this book had been about the investments by Michael Moore into such corporations such as Halliburton, Boeing and multiple HMO's, but there is so much more. Did you know that despite Moore's claims that he grew up in the humble, blue-coll...

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  13. Polls

    Do you think it is right that children of illegal imigrant’s should be granted full citizenship just for being born here? Answer in the comments but go vote in the CNN quick poll first! Pay attention to the wording of CNN’s poll, it is in ...

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  14. Weekend Open Trackback Party

    Here is how it works. Edit a post to include a link to this post, and send a trackback. No link to this post, and the trackback will be caught in the spam filter.
    If you have something interesting that you would like to share with us, and our readers...

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  15. UN Recommends Repayments

    A UN auditing board recommended that the US reimburse the Iraqis for some contractor work:

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  16. Thanks for the ping. :)

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  17. The Single Best Measure of A Business

    Top Grading by Brad SmartProstitutes and consultants have been labeled as not being too particular about clients. Your Business Blogger may be the exception. As consultant, that is. There are many ways to evaluate and predict the success of...

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  18. L'Intifada (continued)

    You know the French rioting is serious when Jo at Jo's Cafe starts blogging about it. She is a military wife whose priorities are more focused on the light (diabetes education) than the heat (Miers nomination). Says Jo: "Nine nights because a couple ...

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  19. Centcom News Roundup #3

    Reports From The Front Lines You May Not Have Read In The Headlines:

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  20. Dems Lie, NYT Repeats It

    I never bought the WMD crap. I figured if Saddam Hussein had him, he would use them. But then again, what do I know? Bill Clinton assured us in 1998 that Saddam had them. Ted Kennedy said it. Jimmy Carter said it. Hillary Clinton said it. Robert C. B...

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  21. The Sex In School Open Post

    The Washington Post reports Sex at School Increasing.
    On behalf of 99% of the guys over 50 let me just say this: Grrrrrr. ... There. Got that off my chest. Now for the linkfest.

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  22. I Torch, Therefore I am

    MSNBC: Mohammed Rezzoug, caretaker of the municipal gymnasium and soccer field, knows far more about the youths hurling firebombs and torching cars on the streets of this Paris suburb than do the police officers and French intelligence...

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  23. How to pay for Katrina and Rita?

    Update: The Red
    Cross has not received enough donations after Katrina, reports the Washington
    Post today:

    The
    American Red Cross asked Americans to give more to help hurricane victims,
    saying the $853 million donated for Katrina is less than half w

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  24. A Note To The Savages

    Jake joins the loony left

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