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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Who will you vote for as a Christian if not Ron Paul? Mitt Romney – A Mormon Jon Huntsman – A Mormon Newt Gingrich – A man who has more wives than the two Mormons Rick Santorum – The angry … Continue reading
Today in 1759, Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000 year lease at £45 per year for the St. James’s Gate Brewery. What a way to end the year.
“Laissez-faire gun ownership is feared for the same reason that Hitler would have been afraid of a gun-owning Jewish population or Stalin a bunch of pistol-packing Ukrainians. Well does the State know Mao’s dictum: ‘political power grows out of the … Continue reading
Yesterday we received a brand new Motorola Razr phone from Verizon. Janet was eligible for an upgrade on the 27th, and since her current phone’s screen is not harder than a concrete driveway, I ordered the Razr (with Gorilla Glass … Continue reading
If only all our dealings were so straight forward and clear: from: this isn’t happiness via Mark Frauenfelder @ Boing Boing
In one of today’s idiotic posts, Debt Is (Mostly) Money We Owe to Ourselves, Krugman says: People think of debt’s role in the economy as if it were the same as what debt means for an individual: there’s a lot … Continue reading
I love this guy! h/t Bob Wenzel
Norman Horn in the Washington Post. Concise but excellent essay on the question: “Can a Christian be a libertarian?”
chip cookies left. And then there were none. Me: “So you could have saved one for me.” Wife: “I could have, but I did not.” True story.