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July 18, 2009



Can Krystlenaught be far behind. When they came for...


It was a copyright - public domain issue. Believe it or not the NYT got the story wrong.



These days I am so pumped on irony I'm attracting metal filings.


Those Kindle owners are unpersons.


The replacement version ends like this:

He gazed up at the enormous face. Forty years it had taken him to learn what kind of smile was hidden beneath the dark moustache. O cruel, needless misunderstanding! O stubborn, self-willed exile from the loving breast! Two gin-scented tears trickled down the sides of his nose. But it was all right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished. He had won the victory over himself. He loved Barack Obama.

Captain Hate

These days I am so pumped on irony I'm attracting metal filings

That's a pretty funny sentence. btw, congratulations Clarice for being cited in a Weekly Standard article on W Kendall Myers for your research.


LOL, Clarice..very good

GMax..too scary..if good people everywhere don't start calling, pardon me, "a spade a spade" Orwell will have become non-fiction, if it isn't already.


Irony is also looking at the very culprit displayed under Google Ad on this very page.


When they came for Glenda's books I was silent, they weren't my books, and when they came for mine I had a 16 clip magazine waiting...


Orwell was only a few years late in his predictions, I'm afraid. We are living in a world of Big Brother, Newspeak, and double think. It encroaches further every day.

Down with revisionism and deconstruction! Burn your Kindle! Read books! Subvert the Obamanoids and media industry!


Thanks, Capt I didn't see that. I'll have to go look.

Captain Hate

It's in the 6/22 issue page 13


Thanks. I caught it.

Start with a bundle of faggots.

Have we had a kindling joke for the Fahrenheit 451 conflagration?


Would we have to invite ">http://mw1.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/punk[3]"> punks?


Gee, I wonder if this should be listed as "related news"?
[link to Popular Science]


OT, I handled the passing of Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, Michael Jackson and Walter Cronkite fairly well. But this is one celebrity I will mourn, should she pass.....


Christopher J. Dodd....resign NOW

You have NO business writing this legislation.

We can't trust you.

After lying about your role in AIG bonuses....we can't trust you.

For your role in Fannie and Freddie...for your sweatheart mortgage from Countrywide...for your pay for play Irish cottage....you need to go NOW

The corruption has got to go.

Chris Dodd...resign NOW

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