If you’re not familiar with the ongoing O’Reilly/Daily Kos feud, well, consider yourself lucky. In any case, O’Reilly’s been accusing the Kos people of harboring hate at their liberal blog/message board, and Kos and others have been accusing O’Reilly of the same. I tend to agree with Stephen Colbert that website operators are about as […]

If you’re not familiar with the ongoing O’Reilly/Daily Kos feud, well, consider yourself lucky. In any case, O’Reilly’s been accusing the Kos people of harboring hate at their liberal blog/message board, and Kos and others have been accusing O’Reilly of the same. I tend to agree with Stephen Colbert that website operators are about as […]

From Brian Farrington: Indeed it is…

Anybody who has ever puked in an astronaut helmet will tell you that it’s not advisable to over-party immediately before going into orbit, as it creates a most unpleasant olfactory and visual experience for the duration of the trip. From Aviation Week: A panel reviewing astronaut health issues in the wake of the Lisa Nowak […]

Last week, a House committee pushed through the defense bill, and attached 1,776 earmarks to it. What were they for? I have no idea, because most of them weren’t in non-bureaucrat language. I did, however, attempt to boil some of them down to basic English, with limited success. Click here for the story in “Piercing […]

Last week, a House committee pushed through the defense bill, and attached 1,776 earmarks to it. What were they for? I have no idea, because most of them weren’t in non-bureaucrat language. I did, however, attempt to boil some of them down to basic English, with limited success. Click here for the story in “Piercing […]

Normally I try to stick to discussing current events here, but I couldn’t help myself with this one. My 12-year-old son Ryan took a shamelessly staged picture of our dog Timmy on Sunday that later reminded me of what could pass for a canine’s answer to the opening sequence of a famous movie. First, the […]

As time goes by, it seems as if there are fewer and fewer sports achievements that are universally acknowledged and recognized. Seemingly everything has an asterisk next to it, and there’s no end in sight. The “History of Sports” almanac is a full ten pages larger in order to accommodate all the asterisks — or […]

“Kama Sutra manual? Check. Bain de Soleil? Check. Astroglide? Check. Sledge hammer? Ch… what? The story behind how Elizabeth Edwards discovered her cancer revolved around it being found after seeking medical treatment for a broken rib after an apparent overzealous hug from her husband, but now John Edwards is cranking up the machismo machine, and […]

The FCC is famous for levying heavy fines for stations putting anything on the air that is remotely outside of their “decency” guidelines, but they have recently approved a television station on Maui with call letters that — well, let’s just say, is a homonym that if spoken will get you slapped to death at […]

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