The Ottowa Citizen had a story in yesterday’s paper about a Canadian man who was detained at the airport in New York while flying through on business, on suspect of being a terrorist. He was not allowed to talk to an attorney, and after some days, he was sent to Syria to be interrogated. (Torture …
Who needs the National Weather Service? We’ve got Virginia Beach’s Justin Hankins providing updates. His pictures show that the waves have picked up a bit, but it’s tomorrow afternoon’s pictures that I’m looking forward to. The crazy thing is that the National Guard is going door to door, telling people that refuse to evactuate to …
Johnny Cash has died. It’s not like nobody saw it coming, but it’s sad nonetheless. I know what I’ll be listening to all day.
There are now more cars than drivers in the U.S., according to the transportation department. Everybody with me now: Put the keys down and step away from the car. Nobody has to get hurt if we end this now.
“Really. I’m not kidding. It’s not about oil. Never has been. Keep looking at me. Don’t look over there. Look at me! Not oil! Not oil!”
“We, therefore…do…solemnly public and declare, That these United Colonies are…Absolved from all Allegiance to the British Crown…” Read the Declaration of Independence. I do every July 4th.
w00p! Now we can get rid of § 18.2-361 (“Crimes against nature”) here in Virginia. It’ll be funny to watch the Republicans try to fight this.
“When I’m president, we’ll have executive orders to overcome any wrong thing the Supreme Court does tomorrow or any other day.” –Rep. Dick Gephardt, 07/22/2003 Hmm… Dick Gephardt John Kerry Howard Dean
Back in early May, I was frustrated about the difficulty of finding orange juice that wasn’t picked by slaves. It turns out that most OJ is made from oranges picked by slave labor. By “slave,” I don’t mean “poorly paid person working under poor conditions,” I mean slave. Thus came my revelation that, despite my …
I just watched Houston pitch a no-hitter against the Yankees at Yankee Stadium. It was a beautiful sight. Boston, at the bottom of the 8th, is 13 to 1 over St. Louis. In the words of Nelson Muntz: “Ha ha!”