Saturday, March 26, 2005

Charlie Brown's Philosophy of Life

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Source: Peanuts

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R.I.P. John DeLorean, 1925-2005

How on Earth did I ever miss this one:

R.I.P. John DeLorean, 1925-2005

1980s carmaker DeLorean dies at 80

Low Culture is becoming my must read for a daily dose of absurdity . . .

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Freeway To Stairbird

As a follow up to Rock's Oldest Joke: "Freebird!", I've been directed to Rev. Billy C. Wirtz's "Freeway To Stairbird," off of the album Pianist Envy.

Its an amusing novelty tune that very much parallels the gist of the WSJ article.


Funny, I never would have found the song, but for the WSJ article . . .

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Friday, March 25, 2005


This vlog has become a regular distraction; Kinda like a mental coffee break.


check it out

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The Twins

Everything I've ever said about George W. Bush is wrong (My bad).




UPDATE March 25, 2005  6:24am



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Thursday, March 24, 2005

Schiavo Endorses Bush Social Security Plan

More on the absurdity playing out in Washington D.C.

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via Don Asmussen's Bad Reporter


See also:
Daily Show Comments On The Schiavo Media Frenzy -- Video

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Remove the Feeding Tube

An amusing juxtaposition of political issues, via Low Culture:


via random surfing . . .

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Wednesday, March 23, 2005

'The R. Crumb Handbook'


“The R. Crumb Handbook,” the most recent in a series of biographies of such luminaries as Elvis, Marilyn and Jackie O., was put together by Peter Poplaski with Crumb offering occasional comments. There is also an accompanying CD of music by Crumb and his various musical groups—the Cheap Suit Serenaders, Les Primitifs du Futur, et al. The music itself poses no threat to the string bands from the '20s and '30s Crumb adores (here's a bet that this inveterate collector of 78s doesn't even own a CD player). But the joy and verve which it's played hints that inside the ornery artist who's playing these tunes lurks a joyous and unironic spirit: R. Crumb, musical softie.

Still Truckin'
By Malcolm Jones
Newsweek, 10:58 a.m. ET March 11, 2005

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Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Feeding Tube

Tom Toles:


What? No Slithering Snakes?

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"It Is Wisest to Always Err on the Side of Life"

Here's an astounding quote:

Upon signing the Schiavo Law, President Bush declared:

"It Is Wisest to Always Err on the Side of Life" 

Bush has been criticized for overseeing the execution of 152 convicted criminals while governor, more than any other governor in the history of the United States. Texas's penal system allows the governor to grant a single 30-day reprieve for each offense -- which then Governor Bush did for but one death row inmate.

Since that time, much of the nation's capital punishment system has come under increased scrutiny for being unfairly and unequally applied, as well as being riddled with procedural errors.

So much for "erring on the side of life."


UPDATE MARCH 22, 2005 10:21 AM

US Bishops weigh in on the Death Penalty

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