November 22, 2004

Not Much

Truly, I really don't ask for much.

It's my one-and-only must have! All of Bill Whittle's essays in one bound source! What could be better?
Gleefully rubs hands together.

I'll put it on the bookshelf next to Twain.

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posted by Linda at 08:17 PM : Comments (0)

June 09, 2004

Some Ramifications to Biotech

Read this and think about the implications. Pay close attention to the last paragraphs.

I'm sorry that's all I have time for today.


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May 24, 2004

Uplifting Thoughts

Via Ripples, we have this gem.

Also, Bill Whittle is back with STRENGTH Part One and Part Two.

Go. Read. Enjoy.

Be proud.

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May 21, 2004

More Roundups and Updates

In regard to the subject of the sarin-containing IED, Smash has a great discussion going on the matter.

Chalabi: He was a very bad boy. So, this is the thanks we get for helping him?

Methought he did protest too much....

For those still bleaching their mind's eye over yesterday's pictorial offering, here's a new one. Aye, lads. Yours will look like that someday, too. ;)

It seems that Courtney's mom has stepped forward. This little one was abducted two years ago, by her father, who was picked up on drug charges right after dropping her off. The family and CPS are holding a hearing to determine the veracity of the mom's claims.

To CPS: If this really is her mom, and it's clear that she loves her daughter, just wants her back, and wants to provide for her, get out of the way, OK? This is a chance for you to prove that you aren't all about splitting families up.

Give some support to Operation Smile. You'll be glad you did.

Finally, it's worth noting that this page is best viewed at 1024x768 pixels, or better.

Unless anything else happens that inspires me to post again today, have the weekend of your choice.

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posted by Linda at 06:41 PM : Comments (0)

May 20, 2004

News roundup

Not much time for long screeds from my hand today, I fear.

In addition to the usual reports overplaying this, and marginalizing that, here are a few links that might be of interest:

The sarin may be old, and it is possible that the person improvising the IED did not know what they had their hands on, but as one official pointed out, the real question is: "Where did it come from?"

Also, there's more here than meets the eye, but my take on the implications is that Chalabi has been a very bad boy.

It seems to me that people would be screaming, "Jackbooted thugs!" if the Republicans were to do this. I just wanted to note that for when they follow suit in the interest of security, and the media spins it to make people froth at the mouth.

You want "America to be America Again", Senator Kerry? Fine. Just shut up and get the hell out of the way.

Not only is he brave, but strong, and lucky too. He's hurt, but from his reported comments, he's plucky and he's going to be fine. Good on ya, Malcolm.

For a moment of sheer , "Ewww!", take a peek here. Dear lord. His...pectoral more generous than mine!


For God's sake, what kind of parent can just go off and leave their little one? She's three. THREE. I can't begin to convey how this hits me. I'm a mother. You don't let yourself get separated from your babies. Period. Tell me someone is holding this little girl and telling her that it's going to be all right? She's so scared. If you're someone she loves and trusts, please come forward.

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posted by Linda at 09:20 PM : Comments (0)

April 22, 2004

More data on the global warming meme

This article from Tech Central Station offers objective review of the global warming argument and why the common arguments for the phenomenon deserve open-minded scrutiny.

My opinion on the matter is that sensationalism has become the new religion, and its fiercest petitioners are typically bereft of both logic and reason. I urged my representation to oppose the Kyoto Treaty due to its irresponsibility.

I urge my readers to gather all facts on all issues in order to decide for themselves.

It's really the civilized thing to do, no?

(Hat tip to the Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler.)

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