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Archive for June, 2007

It’s All The Fault of Global Warming »

Sixteen Things You Can Blame on Global Warming I thought that the killings in Darfur were the result of tribal warfare, rebel groups, a corrupt government (is there any other kind?) and regional politics. Silly me. It turns out it was caused by global warming. And that’s according to the UN, so you know it […]

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Cigar Review – Comancho Corojo »

It had been one of those days. I came home from work tired, wanting nothing more to flop down in my recliner and watch something mindless on the Tivo. Sammy, though, wouldn’t allow it. He had been alone all day and he demanded a walk. Right now, dammit! (Sammy is a hundred pounds of fur […]

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“Religion of Peace” News »

A few years ago I saw a distinguished British actor expressing concern over Muslim the birth rates in the UK. The general population is having fewer and fewer children, to the point where they’re not even replacing their own population. The fundamentalist Muslims, however, are breeding at a prodigious rate – three times as fast […]

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Affirmative Action Meets Architectural Drawings »

Most architectural drawings show people in the picture. It’s the easiest way to show scale, show the building in use, and make it look more real.The people in such drawings are either drawn by artists or Photoshoped in, using stock images. Simple. Harmless. No big deal, right? Wrong. Now the PC crowd is whining about […]

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“Jesus Christ, I Missed.” »

In Denver a 22 foot statue of Jesus was struck by lightening. The bolt from heaven blew off its right arm and, for good measure, its left hand. “Don’t look for any religious symbolism here – it was only a freak act of Mother Nature, says Sister Ilaria.” Really? I’d be willing to bet a […]

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Using A Cleaner Fuel? How DARE You? »

Step 1: Spend $1200 to convert your car to run on clean burring, ecologically friendly vegetable oil. Step 2: Buy soybean oil from the Cosco, paying 30% more than you would for diesel. Step 3: Pay a $2,000 fine to Big Brother for daring to go outside the system. When government drone tax collector Reggie […]

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Cigar Review: Oliveros XL For Men »

Every well stocked humidor contains a few surprises – cigars bought on a whim, just waiting to be tried out.  Sometimes you discover something great.  More often you’ll find something that’s OK, but not as good as your favorites. An Oliveros XL For Men corona had been sitting in my humidor long enough, so I […]

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