Archive for May, 2004
She was 21 when she married him at 81. She died, this week, at the age of 97.
A judge for the Miss Universe pageant got fired for……waving at the hot chicks who waved at him. Life is very odd.
We are the “screamers.” Justin Stoddard makes a great quote comparison between WND’s bimbo columnist and H.L. Mencken. Note in her column she quotes, uhh, Lee Greenwood. Read her cliched Americanisms. It is a beautiful country, from north to south, Atlantic to Pacific, desert to prairie to mountain to beaches. It has something for everyone [...]
In the spirit of a lazy holiday, I’ll keep things light and humerous today. Ok, I gotta have some fun with The Jackass on this one……(honestly, that’s what he calls himself) ;–) He posts here about women and talking, as if this old cliche still stands. In fact, the old hahaha about women and talking, [...]
Arthur Silbur with a rundown on three Wizards of War: VD Hanson, O’Reilly, and Derbyshire.
This mises.org blog post, I think, is far too generous, for I tend to recoil at the steadfast libertarian sycophancy for John Stuart Mill. It’s always bothered me that Left-libertarians, LP types, and whatnot have always hailed Mill as some great progenitor of libertarianism, when it is just not true. For whatever reason, I think [...]
A post at the Mises Institute blog cites some back-and-forth interplay on the variations between the Chicago school and the Austrian school (in the comments section), and I think a few people incorrectly focus on that main difference being anarcho-capitalism, which is not a fundamental concept of economic theory, and is not relevant to the [...]
“This is a vile culture and if you think for a second that it’s willing to just live in the sands of God’s armpit you’ve got another thing coming.” –Gene Simmons of KISS.
There are those days when I think I’d love to go to work for the GAO, because I’d get to audit stuff like this. Data-mining technology can sift through massive amounts of information to uncover hidden patterns and subtle relationships to make predictions. The technology “has led to concerns about the government’s use of data [...]