Archive for May, 2010

More on the Poop Show

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 21:34 18 Comments

My post #1 on this topic. I said: The DNA poop test would be for the purpose of pinpointing “the source of wayward excrement” on the condominium property. Don’t just blame the state – look to the pedestrian tyrants around you who desire to turn your world into an Orwellian nightmare to serve their need [...]

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Poop Nazis and Libertarianism (Part II)

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 6:57 4 Comments

When I made this post about the “poop nazis” at a condo in Baltimore, I knew that some libertarians would jump the gun, and I exactly predicted their letters to me. In summary, a small group of people who like to empower themselves are trying to force people who live in the condo complex to [...]

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Beware the Poop Nazis

Monday, May 17, 2010 21:24 16 Comments

News from an overbearing condominium complex in Baltimore: Under the proposal, every dog at Scarlett Place and guest dogs would be swabbed for a DNA sample — owners would then have to pay $50 each to cover the test and supplies. Dog owners would also pay an extra $10 per month per dog to cover [...]

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Kagan Softball Innuendo

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 22:21 8 Comments

The Internet is buzzing about the Wall Street Journal‘s use of a photo of Elena Kagan playing softball. Of course, the complaint is that the implication is that she is a lesbian, and yes, lesbians play softball. Hence a conservative paper digging up the old photo. Ben Smith at Politico has reproduced the page here. Vanity [...]

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You Can Eat It?

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 21:49 7 Comments

A Facebook friend and a longtime reader sent me this pic: it’s the back cover of a 1950 Crisco cookbook that he and his wife inherited. I can’t help but note that the cover resembles some kind of an antiquated, commie flag.

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Why Are the Amish Successful in Business?

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 21:42 20 Comments

Because they don’t open Cold Stone Creamery stores and other embarrassing reminders of the Credit Bubble’s infatuation with adolescence. Here’s a nice piece on CNN Money about how and why the Amish thrive in business, in spite of lacking an enterprise plan for BlackBerry, political correctness training, diversity quotas, or an incentive bonus plan. From [...]

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Pay Big Bucks to Get Hysterical

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 21:31 7 Comments

Personalized genomic medicine – at a Walgreens near you! From an article in the Washington Post: Beginning Friday, shoppers in search of toothpaste, deodorant and laxatives at more than 6,000 drugstores across the nation will be able to pick up something new: a test to scan their genes for a propensity for Alzheimer’s disease, breast [...]

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Anarcho-Paleo Food Rap?

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 21:09 No Comments

I have no idea who B-Boy Super Inlight is, but apparently he is a real food enthusiast who put together this song video to “use hip Hop culture, as a way of inspiring different types of people to eat healthy.” I like the reference to the “lies and scandals” of the government’s food pyramid. Now [...]

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Photo Time / SmugMug Gallery

Saturday, May 8, 2010 12:52 4 Comments

Here are some photos I was uploading to my photo site. I have a new gallery open – “Just Stuff” – at my SmugMug photography page.

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The Kidney Bureaucracy /Monty Python View

Friday, May 7, 2010 9:09 1 Comment

I had a couple of recent posts on the organ donor issue: #1 here, and #2 here. I received an interesting comment on my blog, and an email, from Kidney Mama, who sent a link to this post on her blog. Donation cards are not the answer for kidney transplants, and here’s why (Thanks to [...]

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