Like principles, right vs wrong, personal responsibility, higher law. Allahpundit put up an article regarding BYU (a Mormon University) and their basketball forward who got in trouble. And Allahpundit showed he just doesn’t understand. The quibble is over how long the suspension should be. BYU’s sentence: He’s done for the rest of the season, an [...]
First we had this comment from the Phoenician, three days ago: And “lonely” computer? I wish – I’m getting grief from the gf about spending time on it. And then, at 0136 this morning (2236 his time), Fletcher Rhys favorite father wrote: No blogging because a) arguing in this thread, the most recent response costing [...]
Jim Lynch of bRight & Early, the fine gentleman who does our more elaborate tech work — he’s the one who did the site redesign — got an exclusive interview with the elusive J. Edward Farquar, owner and operator of the Clueless Hack’s Interstate Cottage Key Exchange Network, who has provided the way for the [...]
Thanks to Tania!
This may explain a lot; hat tip to Darleen Click. Milwaukee Teachers Fight for Viagra Coverage (AP) (August 6, 2010) With the district in a financial crisis and hundreds of its members facing layoffs, the Milwaukee teachers union is taking a peculiar stand: fighting to get its taxpayer-funded Viagra back. The union has asked a [...]
Because of all of the ice at Penn State, SPC Pico’s ROTC unit spent today spreading de-icing chemicals outside, because they couldn’t do their field work. I asked her if that meant that they were all fuzzy privates today. She texted back: We were . . . it was for “character building.” How much character [...]
I was already to go to work today. We’re having a cold front moving through PA this morning so it breezy with an occasion wind gust. I got to the car and was ready to open the door when one of those gusts hit me like I was shot by a bean bag gun the [...]
In SPC Pico’s Army Reserve unit today, they figured out what really happened on Groundhog Day. It was cloudy and ick, so the groundhog didn’t see his shadow, but wound up seeing his reflection in the ice . . . and that means twelve more weeks of winter.