Monthly Archives: December 2003

Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus. . .

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Gold Miner! Careful with this one folks, this game is addictive!

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The Power of the State and Communism Came across my inbox this afternoon, and figured I would pass it along: I just ran across this excerpt from “The Strange Death of Franklin D. Roosevelt : A History of the Roosevelt-Delano … Continue reading

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Wanna Read a Great Comic? Click here. Sure it’s politically oriented (and very much against the peacemongers as opposed to pro-war, which it isn’t), but I like it! Sorta reminds me of the Joe Sacco comic-novels.

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The Betrayal of Work Great ZENIT article on the topic of the living wage this weekend: Research shows that 4% of the growth in the U.S. economy’s productivity from 1995 to 1999 was due to Wal-Mart’s efficiency alone. A three-part … Continue reading

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Latvian man claims world record in drinking Bah, just a rookie. . . come on Irish, we can reclaim the record if we only try! Latvian police say a drunk picked up with around twice the blood-alcohol level considered deadly … Continue reading

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You Will Never Play Guitar This Well. . . When did Jason Kenney learn to play guitar like this?!

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LOTR Humor (via attu) 1. Stand up halfway through the movie and yell loudly, “Wait…where the hell is Harry Potter?” 2. Block the entrance to the theater while screaming, “YOU…..SHALL….NOT….. PASS!” – After the movie, say “Lucas could have done … Continue reading

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How Will I Take Over the World, You Ask? How Would YOU Take Over the World?

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Warner Tax-Cut Proposals Won’t Benefit Va.’s Poor, Elderly From the Washington Post of all places: More than a half-million poor and elderly Virginians would receive no benefit from Gov. Mark R. Warner’s proposed changes to the state’s income tax, leaving … Continue reading

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