Friday, July 28, 2006

Yoni has moved to a new site:

He's still blogging on news from Israel and Lebanon.
If you happen to be in an enclosed space without adequate cooling today, here's a post that might be useful: It describes how animals evolved fins, how they developed the concept of sides and symmetries, how they determined top from bottom.

My point: A great deal of hand waving and wishful thinking is involved. I hope that it cools you off.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

You know that old joke about how to lose 10# of ugly fat?

Here's a way to do that to our U.S. budget: Get U.S. out!
Here's a win for our side: "Senator ditches bill tied to 'superstate'"

A little supporting information:
Stop the FTAA courtesy of the John Birch Society

Monday, July 24, 2006

Meet my #1 favorite web-based comic strip: Sluggy Freelance

It's a bit strange: There are talking animals.

Wait. Most strips have anthropomorphic animals these days...

The bunny carries a switchblade, though.

Oh, yes, good point.
No nudity. No bad language. Just a bit... Different.

For what it's worth, check out the "New Viewer's Guide."

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

If you haven't heard Yoni Tidi on Hugh Hewitt's radio show, you have missed a real man. A real Jewish army man. He's probably on the show every day now that the IDF has gone into Lebanon.

You can read up on what's happening in Israel and its surroundings almost moment by moment by going to Yoni's web page.

Friday, July 14, 2006

I should have kept up my Hacky-Sack playing...

I coulda been a contender

Well. Not really, no. ;^)
Here's something for those of us that have sedentary jobs:

It's not your metabolism, Stupid!

Get up and move. :^)

Thursday, July 13, 2006

From WorldNetDaily: Cornyn wants U.S. taxpayers to fund Mexican development.

Under the NAIF (North American Investment Fund) plan, we and Canadians would be asked (forced) to give tax dollars to Mexico to improve their national infrastructure. This would improve their lot in the world and keep more of their people south of the border.

Naif? Sounds like French for "naive!"

This is sponsored by a Texas Bush-buddy and co-sponsored by an otherwise well-regarded Minnesotan, Sen. Norm Coleman.