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The joy of humiliating aspiring fascists

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On February 28, 2006
This has to be the most joyful humiliation of a blustering aspiring fascist since it became public knowledge that Sir Roderick Spode, leader of the “blackshorts” (the black shirts were on back order) enjoyed a lucrative sideline career as a designer of a line of women’s silk undergarments. Share

Civil War

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On February 28, 2006

If this isn’t civil war, then what is it? Grisly attacks and other sectarian violence unleashed by last week’s bombing of a Shiite Muslim shrine have killed more than 1,300 Iraqis, making

Torture D-Ho

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On February 28, 2006

The clowns at Horowitz’s vanity site have re-set their silly poll, so by all means Go! What I missed most from the first poll is the second-tier-at-best performance of Ward Churchill. I tell ya,

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Finally, The Important Issues

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On February 28, 2006
King Kaufman notes the most important insight to be derived from the Olympics: It never occurred to me how important the horizontal stripes on the stockings are to the aesthetics of a hockey uniform before I got a load of the Nike-designed suits worn by most of the teams in these Olympics. Yeah, I don’t […]

2005 Top Ten List

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On February 27, 2006

Apparently 2046 was in Lexington for only a two day engagement, which I, of course, missed. In retrospect, seeing 2046 on Sunday instead of Munich would clearly have been the right choice, although in

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On February 26, 2006

Following up Scott’s post on Stephen Green… Christianity was a violent religion until the Thirty Years War. That war lasted so long, and killed so many people (the population of Germany wa

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