Eric Florack on December 26th, 2004

I commented last in last week’s Bit’s Bit week that I took the pics of the neighborhood display for fear that it’d be gone because of one sour apple. The Arizona Republic today reports on just such a happeneing in the Scottsdale area. All it takes is one grinch.

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A while ago, I commented on one Judge Paul Friedman, incidentally to his releasing Hinkley for unsupervised visits. I suggested at the time he was letting politics into his rulings.  A fresh article in .WorldNetDaily suggests hishonorless is making this kind of ‘make the world safe for the far left’ ruling a bit of a […]

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Eric Florack on December 26th, 2004

I knew when I saw the quake in Antartica that the other shoe wasn’t far from dropping.  I can’t say I’ve ever been quite so disturbed about being right, before. Current estimates as of just now, are 10,000 dead, whith numbers being projected far higher. Here’s the USGS data

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Eric Florack on December 26th, 2004

Given the day it is, and the subject it is, I’ve posted this week’s Bit’sBit a little early.  It’s called A Bithead’s Christmas; Like a child

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