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Monthly Archives: August 2010
We kept giving the dog scraps from the table and now it won’t stop begging no matter how much we scream at it.
See, here’s the thing. When it is legal for someone to sneak onto your property and put a tracking device on your car it’s bad, but when they can do this without a warrant, it’s downright scary. I’ve spent the … Continue reading
While JC is still trapped 2300 feet below the ground in a mine in Chile, I am back from North Korea, where I helped Jimmy Carter free a trespasser <read: don’t go to North Korea in the first place you fucking moron> … Continue reading
What is the acceptable distance between a mosque and the site of a fundamentalist Islamic terrorist attack?
Three blocks you say? Missed it by that much. To recap: a bunch of religious wackos creatively flew some jetliners into buildings, killing a whole bunch of people and leaving us a nice, tidy, symbolic marker in history for when … Continue reading
Oh, no, wait . . . they’re not. (CNN) — The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has threatened Wikipedia with legal action if the online encyclopedia doesn’t remove the FBI’s seal from its site. Here is how I feel about it: