I would swear it as a cast-iron cert that nobody could out-loco, out-crazy, and out-loon Mike Fink. But for the first and last time in my life, I’ve met my match. There’s a bigger lunatic in town than me. I will just plain have to slink off in shame as far down in the dust as a low-down son of an ornery snake. Watch how it’s done, boys, ain’t nobody can slink off in shame like Mike Fink.
Senator Thomas Udall of New Mexico, who has already gained notoriety for supporting a constitutional amendment to limit the protections afforded by the First Amendment, has now come out in favor of sweeping new regulations on the chemical industry.
The laziness here nearly amounts to high art.
It warms my heart to see my minions helping a handicapped boy this way.
That, or the warm feeling in my chest means something has shorted out.
Obama authorized North Korea sanctions over cyber hacking. Solution there, it seems to me, is to create unhackable systems.
Per ardua ad astra (RAF), Ad astra per aspera (Kansas). Both mottos have been adopted by us space settlement believers. I propose that we ought to upgrade them:
Ad astra per vanitates
Through silliness, the stars. (more…)
I reckoned to warn you that this hyar interview starts off with an earthy anglosaxonism, but its more of a marsy anglosaxonism, now that I think on it.
Brother KB is a friend of the Junior Ganymede who posted a thoughtful guest post some time back. He has now written a series of essays, with photographs, on what sounds like a once-in-a-lifetime summer vacation. Readers with a taste for geology may find it interesting.
It would be a shame, though, if “Buzz” Aldrin’s application of rough justice compromises the libel suit.
And, on a related note, is anyone else as disturbed as I am over the amazing lack of attention paid to the 45th anniversary of the first Moon landing?