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Archive for January, 2008

Attacking Scientology – Turning the Tables »

The internet is abuzz with the tales of Anon/Anonymous, a group of hackers who promise to drive Scientology from the internet. They’ve been going after Xenu’s sites with Denial of Service (DoS) attacks, and in the process managed to take a site belonging to a Dutch school. There’s a lot of conversation in lots of […]

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Betting on Global Warming »

In 1998 Patrick Michaels, a University of Virginia climatologist, proposed a bet: “If we were of a betting sort (and there are some nasty rumors going around that we are), we would be willing to wager that the 10-year period beginning in January 1998 and extending through December 2007 will show a statistically significant downward […]

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GW’s Dog Hit By A Car »

Our hearts go out to the president who announced today that Barney, his beloved Scotty, was hit by a truck in front of the White House and had to be put to sleep. The secret service agent who was driving the Hummer (shown on the right), expressed deep regret, but said the dog ran right […]

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Nicotine Nazis »

Some German smokers are showing how upset they are with the new smoking ban by sporting a black t-shirt decorated with a yellow Star of David, with “Smoker” written across the star.  This has upset just about every Jewish group in existence. The smokers are in the right church, but most definitely in the wrong […]

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Back Away From The Thermostat, Comrade »

Inspired, perhaps, by California counties that have made it illegal for people to smoke in their own homes, the government is eager to continue expanding their tentacles into once private residences. The California Energy Commission wants to require all new homes, and remodeled homes, have special radio controlled thermostats which Big Brother could control. First […]

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Ron Paul – Nothing to Be Afraid Of »

Thoughts on the New Hampshire Primary That’s it. We’re fucked. No one had more money than Ron. No one had more grass roots support. The day before the primary Jay Leno gave him a half hour on the countries most popular late night talk show. The primary was held in the Live Free Or Die […]

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What, Are They Nuts? »

Nope. Not any more. Sweden’s Army (yes, they have one) had an insignia featuring a lion, viewed from the side.  He was obviously a boy lion.   Evidently some of the women didn’t like that, so they demanded he be neutered. (Ain’t that just like a woman.) He was. Christian Braustein, of the army’s Tradition Commission, […]

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