Civilian Deaths

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On September 22, 2004
Sully is having a real hard time. He’s not an idiot, meaning that he can’t believe that the project in Iraq is going well. On the other hand, he’s arrogant and not terribly flexible, which means that he can’t admit he was wrong to support the war. Thus, we occasionally get bits like this, which […]

Worst opening ever?

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On September 21, 2004

At some point in my life, I was mildly amused by some scenes in a National Lampoon movie, the one with Chevy Chase. I can’t speak for most of their releases, except to say that they look pretty

Even my dreams are square

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On September 21, 2004
This little item from Kos is interesting, and gives me an excuse to relate a dream I recently. In the dream, I was lazing about the house one morning, and turned on CNN. So far, the dream is dogme-95 realism–it went down as it actually does, many days, except I’d probably watch FNC, not CNN. […]

Blundering Ethicists

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On September 21, 2004

Circumstantial evidence suggests that The Ethicist(tm) might be listening to my advice (or Paperwight). Still, I’m not in the mood to be terribly magnanimous. The first two “corrections

Grover

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On September 21, 2004

Kos asks if he has no shame. The answer is clearly no, but the more interesting question is has he ever looked at voting demographics in this country?

Apparently we’ve decided that Cuba doesn’t have an offensive bio-weapon program. Considering that they’ve been sitting off the coast of Florida for forty-three years and haven’t attacked yet, I’m not convinced that Cuba should have been on our list of concern, anyway. Via Crooked Timber, Michael Shifter argues in an op-ed that the Bush administration may not […]
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