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December 23, 2012


Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

This drug, Kevetrin is not mentioned in the article and seems to be leading the pack at the moment.
Most "breakthroughs" are less than that in the real world. We'll see.


Yeah, where grant money is at stake, researchers have every incentive to hype their ideas to willing journalists, but at least these efforts seem to be centered in private drug companies (the ones we are usually told are so evil). And the optimism seems to be realistically cautious.

Happy Anniversary to Melinda and spouse!


Over here they just ran a story on RT (Russia TV) where they had some woman yodeling unintelligently in a circle of followers, advising that her prayer ritual was what caused the world not to end on the Mayan "death of the world day" yesterday.

I must disagree with this conclusion.

The reason why the world did not end yesterday was because of me.

In Bangalore, when they asked if I wanted a Cosmopolitan, I replied that the world would end sooner than that I would drink one of those.

I ordered a KingFisher.

You're welcome.

BTW, Have any of you guys done anything to save the planet lately like what I did in Bangalore?

Jack is Back!

Redskins = TD = RG3 to Josh Morgan.

Hail to the Redskins
Hail Victory
Braves on the Warpath
Fight for old DC.

Now 13 - 7 Skins.

RG3 a little nimble with that brace on.

Jack is Back!


Ask around and see if they ever built Tamarind Grove, just outside of Bangalore. Back in the day, when I was in London, the developer hired us to do the engineering and construction management but had to fold his tent when he couldn't come up with the remaining equity. It was to be a multi-use commercial/residential complex for the computer industry. Bangalore as you probably know is the Silicon Valley of India.

Jack is Back!


Forgot to ask if you are going to make the trek to Nallur again?


I thought I was going to rant about the Plan B collapse at my blog today, but I saw something quite different that attracted my attention. A Human Rights issue that the left is determined to ignore, and the Evangelicals understand:

I suppose I will bash up on the zany thinking of Republican zanies another day.

Jack is Back!

Skins score again. Now 20-10.

Hail to the Redskins
Hail Victory
Braves on the Warpath
Fight for old DC


Wonderful post, Appalled.

Jack is Back!

Skins win. Miss a bullet. Weird ending.



There is a rumor going around on the interwebs that Chuck Norris may have helped too....and My Little Pony, too....

Jane on Ipad


Will you make it home for Christmas?


When Tom starts three threads together, the one in the middle, especially if it is a science thread, dies an orphan.


I know someone with relatives in Aleppo. Christians.

Do you suppose any senator will ask Lurch about our policy there?

Frau Weihnacht

Appalled, thanks for giving us your link. I'm sharing it with others.


Thanks for the link appalled.

Surprisingly it reminds me that I have to give Evolutionist Richard Dawkins credit for something. I watched him earlier today on Al Jazeera, doing an open question/answer period at Oxford, moderated by a Muslim, and taking questions from the audience, many of whom were Muslim, on his Atheist stance.

This was the first time I have seen Dawkin's not simply go after Christians, but now publicly go after Islam. He oftentimes would simply criticize "the God of Abraham", so that he was sure to be aiming at Christians, Jews and Muslim's, but that had to take some guts on his part, so I give him credit for finally looking at the 500 pound Elephant in his own country, as opposed to simply slandering southern Americans for the Scopes Trial.


I am so late/behind on threads but wanted to post this link to a Texas clinic that I've read about over the years:

This clinic was recommended by:

a fellow I've followed for quite a few years.

Just putting this info out there and would welcome any thoughts anyone would have on these two fellows.

Next Generation Mobile Phones

I believed I was going to observation about the strategy B failure at my weblog these days, but I saw something quite different that drawn my interest.

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