Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Metal Gear Name Generator

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

good advice

Oh, Herwhoe"

Monday, August 29, 2005

Assault of the Spammers


Salary Clock

Sunday, August 28, 2005

More journalists killed in Iraq than Vietnam

Yet another meaningless statistic meant to cast the US and the war in a bad light.

What I would have said is:"Wow! reporters killed in the combat zone have far out paced US Armed Forces' deaths. I guess our soldiers are doing a fine job, and the reporters are in the way."

It's amazing how easy it is to twist the meaning, isn't it?

It's almost...........hypnotic............

Saturday, August 27, 2005

The Silencing of Science

Eleven years ago The Bell Curve came out and it was very controversial. The main premise was that certain humans were, to some extent, genetically predisposed to have certain attributes. The authors were called "racist" "sexist" etc... but I never did see any scientific studies to show that the authors were incorrect in their statements. Now, one of the authors of the book, has followed up with an article in commentary magazine regarding his findings, after the Lawrence Summers Kerfuffle at Harvard.

HERE is the link to the article. It is quite lengthy, but a fascinating read for those that are intellectually curious.

Friday, August 26, 2005

Still nothing on Air America's possible "misappropriation" of public money.

And why should we expect any news coverage? I miss the free press.


Thursday, August 25, 2005

What would happen if Lucille Ball was pelted by gamma rays while saving a teen from a bomb test?


Wednesday, August 24, 2005

The Earth is Flat!

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

It's a man's life....

Monday, August 22, 2005


Sunday, August 21, 2005

Jesus was...

I found this on some site:

Scholars have long debated the exact ethnicity and nationality of Jesus.
Recently, at a theological meeting in Rome, scholars had a heated debate
on this subject. One by one, they offered their evidence.


1. His first name was Jesus

2. He was bilingual

3. He was always being harassed by the authorities

But then there were equally good arguments that...


1. He called everybody "brother"

2. He liked Gospel

3. He couldn't get a fair trial

But then there were equally good arguments that...


1. He went into His Father's business

2. He lived at home until he was 33

3. He was sure his Mother was a virgin, and his Mother
was sure he was God

But then there were equally good arguments that...


1. He talked with his hands

2. He had wine with every meal

3. He used olive oil

But then there were equally good arguments that...


1. He never cut his hair

2. He walked around barefoot

3. He started a new religion

But then there were equally good arguments that...


1. He never got married

2. He was always telling stories

3. He loved green pastures

Friday, August 19, 2005

ever feel like this?

Implosion World

Thursday, August 18, 2005


The AP and UPI reported that the French government announced yesterday that it had raised its terror alert level from "Run" to "Hide".
The only two higher levels in France are, "Surrender" and "Collaborate". The raise was precipitated by a recent fire which destroyed France's white flag factory, effectively disabling their military...

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Cydonia, Mars

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Buddy Christ is an American

Monday, August 15, 2005

Tsunami clue to 'Atlantis' found

bombs away

Sunday, August 14, 2005

The Proper way to make an arrest


Saturday, August 13, 2005

Sunnis Pressured to OK Iraq Constitution

BAGHDAD, Iraq - American and U.N. diplomats stepped up pressure Saturday on Sunni Arabs to accept a new constitution with only two days before the deadline for its approval. A top Sunni official said his group would never accept terms that would lead to the division of the country.

President Jalal Talabani predicted a draft constitution will be ready by Monday's deadline, and a Kurdish official said the draft would be presented to parliament with or without Sunni approval.

With time running out, U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad and U.N. envoy Ashraf Qazi met separately with Sunni leaders but failed to persuade them to accept a federal system.

"We will not be subdued and will continue to cling to our stance," Sunni negotiator Kamal Hamdoun said. "We don't accept federalism ... We don't want federalism. We are confident that federalism means division and federalism cannot be approved at this time."


I think their minds are made up.

Freedom has to be earned in order to be recognized for what it is and to be appreciated. it can't be forced. Yes, we received foreign aid during our war for independence. but we made the attempt to fight. we rose up against the crown.

This venture is doomed for failure.

Thursday, August 11, 2005

Confusing Science and Belief

"The President has unfortunately confused the difference between science and belief."
- Fred Spilhaus, Executive Director of the American Geophysical Union

UPDATED 11:50 P.M. ET: To the chagrin of scientists, President Bush said Monday he believes schools should discuss "intelligent design'' alongside evolution when teaching students about the creation of life.

During a round-table interview with reporters from five Texas newspapers, Bush declined to go into detail on his personal views of the origin of life. But he said students should learn about both ideas, Knight Ridder Newspapers reported.

"I think that part of education is to expose people to different schools of thought,'' Bush said. "You're asking me whether or not people ought to be exposed to different ideas, the answer is yes.''

Intelligent design says life on Earth is too complex to have developed through evolution, implying that a higher power must have had a hand in creation.


Wednesday, August 10, 2005


Monday, August 08, 2005

The Trunk Monkey

Sunday, August 07, 2005

The truth is out there

Saturday, August 06, 2005

Air America and the true nature of the liberal elite

Did Al Franken's liberal radio network Air America divert city money for the elderly and inner-city children to itself? That's the question people should be asking this week after the revelation that the New York Department of Investigation is looking into whether hundreds of thousands of dollars were illegally transferred from a Bronx community center to Air America. Only a community paper and a few Internet bloggers seem interested in what could be an egregious case of illegal funneling of tax dollars to a private, partisan organization.

In late June, city officials designated the Gloria Wise Boys and Girls Club, a nonprofit organization that runs mentoring programs for children and day care for Alzheimer's patients, a "non-responsible city contractor." Investigators found "significant inappropriate transactions and falsified documents that were submitted to various City agencies." The city subsequently suspended the club's contracts, which run well into the millions.

It turns out, according to sources quoted anonymously by the Bronx News, that the mishandled money went to Air America. One source claims that $480,000 was wrongly transferred. The city investigation is concentrating on Charles Rosen, the club's president for 15 years, and Evan Cohen, the development director, who is a former chairman of Air America. Mr. Cohen resigned from Air America in May after the network's leasing plans in Chicago, San Francisco and elsewhere fell through.


But again, a left-leaning institution is involved in scandal, and the media is silent. No comment, and of course no coverage of this story. If this had been the hacks at Fox News, I doubt the responce would be so calm.

Friday, August 05, 2005

Star Ships

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Speak, boy! Speak!

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Ron & Fez to XM!

Sunday, July 31, 2005; Page D03

Look Out, Howard!

Local shock jocks Ron and Fez will take their show to XM Satellite Radio, according to the network. Beginning Sept. 12, they will broadcast weekdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on XM Channel 202, High Voltage.

"It should come as no surprise that Ron and Fez are making the jump," Eric Logan , XM's executive vice president of programming, said in a statement. "High Voltage is a perfect place for them to do what they do best."

The network plans an official announcement tomorrow.

Ron Bennington and Fez Whatley began broadcasting together in Florida in the mid-'90s before coming to Washington. Their show airs weeknights on WJFK (106.7-FM), which is home to "The Don and Mike Show." WJFK also carries Howard Stern 's syndicated program. Stern made waves last October when he announced plans to move to Sirius Satellite Radio in January 2007 for $500 million, saying the decision was a response to censorship by the Federal Communications Commission. The content of satellite programs is not regulated by the agency.

Details of Ron and Fez's deal with XM were not available, but the duo will appear on the network's "Opie and Anthony" show Aug. 9 for a Q&A.

"It was a mutual decision. We appreciate their contributions to WJFK and we wish them well," said Michael Hughes , senior vice president and general manager of WJFK.

First off "Local shock jocks Ron and Fez". Tool, this guy has no idea what he's talking about; shock jocks indeed!

anyway, i am very glad to hear this. While I enjoy Opie & Anthony, I bought XM on the roumor that Ron & Fez would be broadcast on the service.

Monday, August 01, 2005

Land Walker