Saturday, December 17, 2005

Brunch 12-17-2005

Try one of these specials with your weekend brunch:


  1. Cramming Before The Holidays

    I remember the rush of activity that took place in college before the end of the fall semester. One year I was allowed to take a final early, changed my flight and had ninety minutes to make it to an airport ninety miles away and I hadn't packed yet....

  2. 40 Random Statements About Chuck Norris, or, How Many Times Can One Post Use the Phrase "Roundhouse Kick"?

    I was lurking at some of the sites on my blogroll, and ran across this list on That's Incredicrap, that Macca found on a message board and found it worthy of reposting. And I'm glad he did, because it's so random and amusing. It also shows that some...

  3. My big trip to the blogosphere, by Elmo.

    Rise and shine sunshine. It's your big day. Today .... we're going on a field trip to the great big blogosphere. Wow!

  4. Awards, Knuckleheads, and a few blogging notes

    Some things going on in the blogosphere

  5. Covert Cahoots

    How about some background on actual intelligence gathering and privacy protections that reflect reality, rather than the fevered imaginings of Pinch and the gang, or the ACLU?

  6. About that "No WMD" lie...

    All it takes to falsify the hypothesis (almost always stated as a proven fact by Loony Left Moonbats and Mass Media Podpeople) that no WMDs have been found in Iraq since the toppling of Saddam is one single instance where they have been found. Human ...

  7. Our Florida tax dollars at work

    My friend got a letter today from State of Florida Department of Children and Families. It was confirming they were approved. The letter was dated November 18th.

    The envelope was postmarked December 16th. What a joke.

  8. Anyone need a 2.1 tonnes paperweight?

    What the heck are the thieves going to do with this?

  9. Bush Says Congress Knew About Wire Tap

    We know from the pre-war intel reports that Senators don't read their briefings so maybe it is a surprise to find out the NSA was wiretapping in the US.

  10. George W. Bush: "Stop throwing the Constitution in my face. It's just a goddamned piece of paper!"

    To all the conservatives that will misintepret this blog post, here's what I have to say: I fully All you need to know about the situation is clearly stated in the first paragraph of the a New York Times story: Months after the Sept. 11 attacks, Presi...

  11. Sleepy Weekend Open Trackback

    While we're sleeping all the weekend, make a link to this post, then trackback this URL and - sooner or later - a link to your post will be added at the end of this one. If you can't make a trackback, use Simpletrack di Adam Kalsey or Wizbang Standal...

  12. Sunday Open Post Extravaganza

    Yeah, I know it's Saturday, sue me... I've got some work to catch up on so I'm posting my Sunday Open Post a day early.

  13. Domestic Surveillance

    Today we have the technology to monitor the possibility of five sets of (20) suicide bombers who have left a trail, months before an localized attack...View a film of the old methods of Surveillance-spying. (the WW2 OSS)

  14. Microscopic Marketing and Marriage, an Update

    This is an update on The Million Dollar Home Page. I was a skeptic. I succumbed. I'm a sucker. (For a Purple Cow.) So last week I tell Charmaine, "I just bought ad space on The Million Dollar Home...

  15. Europe Thy Name Is Cowardice

    "It's fascinating that this should come out of Europe. Mathias Dapfner, Chief Executive of the huge German publisher Axel Springer AG, has written a blistering attack in DIE WELT, Germany's largest daily paper, against the timid reaction of Europe i...

  16. Tallying up Wilma

    There is no comparing Wilma and the two hurricanes of 2004, Francis and Jeanne.

  17. Santas Go on Rampage

    Santas entered a downtown convenience store and carried off beer and soft drinks.

    "They came in, said 'Merry Christmas' and then helped themselves," store owner Changa Manakynda said.

  18. Christmas Parody Songs

    Get 'em while they're hot, folks!

  19. Who Voted Mexico into Congress?

    The Mexican government slammed the U.S. Congress for approving an immigration bill that would tighten border controls and make it harder for undocumented immigrants to get jobs.

  20. Let's try this again,

    could go on and on in my discussion of the Democratic party and its decline and the efforts of those behind this decline to show what is really behind all the efforts to dis-credit the Republican Party and its administration policies. But that would ...


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