Month: November 2005

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MVP Blogging

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On November 17, 2005

Lance picks up on Rob’s previous post. With respect to A-Rod, I think that the vote was outrageously close; it’s not like I want Slappy to get the award either, but he’s easily the b

Cats and Dogs Living Etc.

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On November 17, 2005
Ann Althouse is certainly right about this: If I were an insider to OSM, would I mock them like this? Isn’t much of the value of bloggers that we are on the outside? Rolling up together in a group to make money — is that worth the sacrifice of independence? Everyone who signed on is […]

Alito’s World

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On November 16, 2005

I should have mentioned this before, but if you’re at all interested in the issue I can’t recommend watching “The Last Abortion Clinic” strongly enough. (You can watch it free

Ichiro

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On November 16, 2005
Like all right thinking people, I’m skeptical of the value clubhouse culture or character as meaningful variables for explaining success in baseball. However, I’m inclined to take this a little bit more seriously. Ichiro has a reputation for class and professionalism, and does not seem the sort to grind an ax in public. It indicates […]

2004 Term Stats

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On November 16, 2005

The Harvard Law Review‘s annual statistics are out. Interestingly enough, Breyer and O’Connor were tied as the justice most likely to agree with the disposition of the case (something to k

Blarg

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On November 15, 2005

At the risk of being declared an insensitive elitist, let me say that this would result in death, or an F, or at least a great deal of ill will. Share

More Oil Spots

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On November 15, 2005
Praktike points to this: All three towns had become strongholds of the insurgency, military officials said, as well as key command centers for the guerrilla-smuggling pipeline from Syria. Marines carried out an offensive in the Ubaydi area last May, only to see insurgents filter back in once American forces had left. This time, the Marines […]

Ooh, Wrath

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On November 15, 2005

It appears that a vengeful deity is bent on destroying Lexington. In the absence of a tornado, wind gusts are expected to reach 65 mph. In the event of my death, I grant the readers of this blog leave

Bobo on Hobbes

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On November 15, 2005

From Slate: David Brooks, columnist, the New York TimesThis is going to sound awfully pompous (but hey, I went to the University of Chicago), but the two most important books I read in college were Bu

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