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Got called into work early all week.  So much for everyday posting.  In the mean time,  my new nephew Stephen already looks like he can take on the world.     Advertisements

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Wait, What?: Elopement on Front Page

As [h/t] Instapundit would say, “heh.” So much for privacy, when you can’t even throw a quality elopement anymore. While on the beach they were approached by photographer David McHugh who took their pictures.  One of these images – showing … Continue reading

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A sausage and pepper sub late one evening last week inspired quite a dream after I went to sleep.  Somehow a funeral for someone’s dead cat morphed into a Southern-Gospel-style musical show centered on “Swing Low Sweet Chariot.”  Then it … Continue reading

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Every time I venture out to debate…

[UPDATE: link redirected, as per Ms. Yockey’s request.  Also, the whole sentiment goes for any side in a debate when the symptomatic action are a greater priority than the underlying personal motivations.] I get the feeling that most people don’t … Continue reading

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Shopping According to Politics

Making business decisions to make political points seems to be a flawed model, especially when those urging such action have a bark worse than their bite. Chic-fil-A, obviously faced an official government boycott from Chicago and Boston.  All these mayors … Continue reading

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How not to win hearts and minds.

So I ‘ll leave it to my favorite online geek, Moe Lane to summarize.  Using perceived hate(denial of an endorsement or legal privilege) as an excuse to dish out actual hate is not a winning argument. Aslo, Gay Marriage is … Continue reading

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ThingOfTheDay: Saving on Real-estate

It’s up on my Facebook, but It needs to be said here too.  I need to build this:

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