Eric Florack on February 24th, 2007

Patrick Ruffini is the latest in a rather long list of folks who have noted it: But something interesting is happening on the way to the “new direction.” Early indications are that the troop surge into Baghdad is working. It hasn’t been reported on widely, but murders in Baghdad are down 70%, attacks are down […]

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davidl on February 24th, 2007

“His neck was completely snapped.”  So was decribed one Wagner Segura, late of Costa Rica.  A few lessons for life, don’t piss into the wind, don’t drink warm beer and don’t mess with a Marine.  A lesson Segura failed to  heed. It seems that Segura and two acomplices attempted to rob a group of U.S. […]

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davidl on February 24th, 2007

Some of the cynical, such as myself, have long been suspicious of the American Civil Liberty Union’s motivation. Locally, Monroe County(Rochester), NY provides some six million dollars in funding to the local library system.  When, the county executive, Maggie Brooks, found that the library was allowing internet access to pornography, she threatened to yank the county’s […]

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Eric Florack on February 24th, 2007

I see the first Wendy’s has closed. Mostly, it’s because of the way the area of downtown Columbus has developed.  Said, really. They’ve a plan to move the memorabilia already inside the restaurant, to the Columbus suburbs.  But, since they owned both the land and the building, you would think they’d be able to put […]

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davidl on February 24th, 2007

Yet more incontrovertable evidence that duct tape is among the great inventions of all time, trailing only sliced bread and toilet paper on a roll.  Read the report: What would happen if an astronaut came unglued in space and, say, destroyed the ship’s oxygen system or tried to open the hatch and kill everyone aboard? […] […]

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