Saturday, December 24, 2005

Brunch 12-24-2005

Try one of these specials with your weekend brunch:


  1. Patriotic Weight Loss

    Meet Private Roderick Evans of Detroit. He's 39 and he has a son old enough to be in the military.
    That is not how he looks now. That is how he looked three years ago when he was 418 pounds. A recruiter came to his home to talk about having his son e...

  2. Open Trackback Holiday

    While we're resting for holidays, 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 Standalone ...

  3. Crackdowns

    I'm not taking a shot at our hardworking law enforcement people but asking questions of their bosses and local politicians. Am I making a point or missing something?

  4. No Palace For A King

    Note to readers: Unfortunately, Peace got hold of some bad fruitcake and will not be checking in this week. Unlike our other stories, the following is most definitely based on real people and events. Bethlehem What did I think I'd

  5. Beverly Young for US Senate

    Beverly's views may be a little more liberal than some Republicans would like, but she isn't Nelson by a mile. The US Senate could use someone who swears like a Marine and sincerely cares for those servicemen at the same time.

  6. I Am Ashamed

    Today I am ashamed to be an American...

  7. Merry Christmas to you and mrs. basil and the sisters, basil!

    BTW, I WOULD buy you that scoreboard spot, if I could! :mrgreen:

  8. Top Ten (Profound) News Headlines

    If you've ever been checking out headlines and your head snapped back and you said wha...this is probably what you saw:


  9. Christmas Song Puzzle

    Try to figure out what Christmas related song is being described.

    Answers in the extended entry.

    No cheating now :)

  10. Merry Christmas to All!

    Merry Christmas to you all!

  11. More mistakes made by Spielberg in promoting Munic

    The ultra-establishment Haaretz daily reports that Steven Spielberg is hiring Eyal Arad to help promote Munich, which, as some sources mentioned in the earlier post have said, is a classic disaster of the morally equivalent type

  12. How The Rudolph Stole Christmas

    Rudolph does not fit in. Hermey the elf does not fit in. Yukon Cornelius does not fit in. Bumble the Abominable Snowman does not fit in. The citizens of the Island of Misfit Toys do not fit in.
    No one fits in. And yet everyone is needed.
    Rudolph guid...

  13. Merry Christmas Basil. Have a safe and very happy holiday season.

  14. The Chandelier Tree

    Last year: a set of sparkling trains along the circular drive, and an entire mansion made into a gingerbread castle... If my night photography turns out, I'll post one. :)

  15. Roe v. Hwang

    The last few days have seen a major story break, one that will reverberate through scientific, academic, and corporate circles for years. Here's one headline I picked up via Drudge: "South Korean researcher Hwang Woo-suk faked results of at...

  16. Raising Kofi's Kids

    How to Raise Your Kids the UN Way

    The UN has a great deal of policy experience in areas vital to proper child-raising. We've talked it over at a few expensive parties and have managed to boil the vast wealth of information down to this cocktail na...

  17. Merry Christmas Basil!

  18. A Christmas morning laugh(goof)

    http://Thanks to the Palm Beach Post. I won't be too hard on the Post here, Someone obviously goofed putting up a wrong headline here.

  19. Will she get hit for roaming charges?

    For the trip to the hospital.

  20. Merry Christmas To The Blogosphere (OPEN THREAD)

    I wish you all, my wonderful faithful readers, and all the Bloggers in the Blogosphere, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Hannukah.


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