Friday, May 13, 2005

Jibber Jabber rat-a-tat-tat

Adam could use some better luck - first he gets a new computer, saving $500 - then he may have to to pay up to $500 for medical tests. The solution is obvious - he should replace his spleen with a computer.

Mike Deneed asks "is anyone else getting bored with Roldo's endless attacks on Gateway?" (source: Steve Fitzgerald's Lakewood Life). Answer: No. Some ideas are so bad that even if we complained about them until the last star in the universe exhausted it's fuel leaving gravity as the only remaining thing moving in all of reality, Gateway would still suck. As always, Roldo is paying attention. If the Plain Dealer published stuff like that, maybe people wouldn't be so hard on it.

Call me crazy, but I don't think Tulsa putting gay-themed books in a special, hard to access section will stop gay Okie boys and girls from growing up gay. Despite the Tulsa people's rationale, If someone had kept Playboy from me as a child, I still wouldn't be attracted to Orlando Bloom.

I've only lived in Ohio since '98, so I wasn't here when he was Mayor of Cleveland, but I have to agree with Norbizness that Voinivich is - no offense intended - a bitch. He ain't no Joseph "Have you no decency, sir, at long last?" Welch.

Every sperm is sacred? Not yet, but just wait. On a related note, I often wonder why there isn't more bleedover between anti-gun control groups and pro-choice groups, both objecting to the government wanting to have a hand in your holter or pants, respectively. A friend of mine - who has used a gun to defend herself - often had anti-abortion protesters attempt to push her into traffic when she tried to escort women to family planning clinics. I have in my mind a scene where someone can say the words "Don't bring a fetus placard to a gun fight.".

Vodkapundit wonders why he does not have more allies in his stance on the War on Terror. There may be those of us who want to defend our way of life, but that doesn't mean we have to cover our eyes to incompetence. Nail clippers? Making fuzzy references to Iraq and 9/11? Haliburton? I find it all revolting. For the record, I don't much care for Noam Chomsky either, but I'll leave him and Ayn Rand to those post-grad types that find comfort in either. If we're going to look back to America's founders for guidance, there are other schools of thought as well
Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.

- Ben Franklin


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