Monthly Archives: January 2013
Mon Dieu! Who woulda thunk? This trip to the Czech Republic took us through Paris since, peculiarly, the booking agent could find no reasonably priced direct flights from JFK to Prague on fairly short notice. After going through the gauntlet … Continue reading
If intel has to advertise itself on a site for alternative medicine, particularly in an article on the benefits of hawthorn berries, we are in deep kimchi! Strengthen the Heart With Hawthorn Berry Intelligence Studies Online Degrees in Intelligence. Classes … Continue reading
Thanks to History News Network (HNN), we now know (or at least I now know) how this peculiar business of budgets and debt ceilings came to be. It is all the fault of our Congress, more specifically of one Democratic … Continue reading
Haven’t had Pirellis since 1971, when I replaced the original Dunlops on my Sunbeam. Scorpion ATR, tread pattern that really bites and all that, mmmm! The Dakota is hopefully set for the next 4-5 years.
Whenever I call up the Facebook log-in page these days, a horrific, violence-worshiping image presents itself: Think about it – a knife holder in the shape of a man, with knives penetrating the brain, heart, liver, femoral artery and kneecap. … Continue reading
I feel an urge To write a dirge.
The toys in question are hundreds of M1 Abrams tanks, plus late-model F-16 fighters, initially promised to the Mubarak government, which is now in jail. The tots in question are those warm, cuddly, lovable devotees of multicultural democracy, Mohamed Morsi … Continue reading
It occurred to me this morning that a mule is really just an ass without balls. I am not sure where to go with this, philosophically, particularly as regards hinnies. Not including them in the above characterization might be construed … Continue reading
It’s not what you think. I haven’t used four assault rifles with high-capacity magazines (with many more in my ammo belt) to take out a wild woman in a super-ugly dress from the 1920s. The truth is much more pedestrian, … Continue reading