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We’re normally against snark here. But sometimes you see a piece of unfair verbal cruelty so delicious it demands to be passed on. (more…)
Say what you like about the federal government, but at least they’re keeping us safe from the horrors of family farms and kids doing chores. Phewww. Now if they would only outlaw lightbulbs, fruit stands, and wooden toys, we’d be next door to utopia.
For Pecos Bill. He’s gotta love this one.
Huffpo has an article on same event with video. Pull-quote on video at 3:23, “But, they have bad news for them. I’m always carry gun….24 hours, 7 days a week.”
Let’s say we chip in, and buy the little lady some ammunition to practice with so she can improve her aim. Her only mistake was that one of them got away.
Note the fact that one of them is in the hospital, and the other one got away; therefore, the mug shots are likely from previous arrests.
This article in her local paper may have enough info to track down an address for her. This is the best article of the three.
The press has been stoking the fires of racial hatred in the Zimmerman-Martin affair. The results are what you’d expect, at least three different racially-motivated attacks by random blacks on random whites. The media hasn’t reported any of these results because that would look suspiciously like holding themselves accountable.
This can’t go on.
His Majesty shared this one with me.
Sir John Benney was among the Arctic explorers who looked for new records to break after the prize of the North Pole was claimed by Peary. Benney chose to test human endurance with a solo trek from the edge of the pack ice, off the North Cape of Norway, to the northern tip of Greenland.
But that wasn’t sufficient for the intrepid explorer. He also chose to make this trip in the depths of the frigid Arctic winter. Unfortunately, it was too much for him. His last camp, with his frozen body still in his tent, was located in the spring of 1913. Curiously, he was found clean-shaven, and his would-be rescuers speculated that he might have survived if he had retained the extra insulation of a flourishing beard.
In accordance with his final wishes, his body was cremated and the remains returned to his family.
His Majesty drew an important lesson from this story. (more…)