Monthly Archives: November 2007

I can has coconutz?

So John Scalzi went to the Creation Museum, took a bunch of photos, and is now inviting people to LOLcatsify them. Here’s mine, though I don’t think I’m going to submit it. Really, everyone else’s are well worth checking out. … Continue reading

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Ceci n’est pas le Daily Show

Of course, since we no longer have cable, I can’t watch the Daily Show anymore anyway. Except for clips online. For which the writers obv. should not be getting paid. Just ask Sumner Redstone, or John Oliver.

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All I need to know I learned from KOREAN CENTRAL NEWS AGENCY

So when the New York Times is a little too Gray of a Lady, the Washington paper threatens to drive you Postal and the… er… local paper… seems overly… er, Oregonian… thank goodness that we can turn to that bastion … Continue reading

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Leave Britney alone!

Stolen, brazenly, from Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog: STOP YOUR SCLAUNDRES OF BRITNEY! By the blood and nayles and bones of Our Lord, how swyving dare any man to make japeryes of Britney de Speres? Considereth, ye churles, how many … Continue reading

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Tid-bits

"Party People": Parliament’s most boringest song. (Which is kind of like saying that you went to Rick James’ most mellowest party, but hey, whatev.) Speaking of parties: nobody threw one like the Hellenistic Alexandrians, apparently. During a giant civic procession … Continue reading

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Military precision

As every soldier knows, calisthenics are a critical part of building both physical strength and mental focus. Who can imagine basic training without pushups, "burpies" and the rest of the typical regimen? And as part of our mission to ready … Continue reading

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Homeschooling secularly

The first issue of Secular Homeschooling rolled off the printers yesterday, and publisher/editor Deborah Markus has put up a couple of the articles online. Including this initially disheartening, yet ultimately encouraging one about a Southern California homeschooling mother’s struggle to … Continue reading

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