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Archive for April 2007

Out of the Mouths of Bears…

April 27, 2007

(…here’s a little soemthing to laugh your way into the weekend with…) An atheist was walking through the woods and said to himself, “What majestic trees! What powerful rivers! What beautiful animals!” As he walked alongside the river, he heard a rustling in the bushes behind him. He turned to look and saw a 7-foot […]

04/26 Morning Report

April 26, 2007

The Pendleton 8 are getting vindication. For those who don’t know, these are the marines accused of indiscriminately killing Iraqi civilians after their Humvee was hit by an IED. Following the facts as laid out in the article, the media has blown this all out of proportion, based on an edited piece of propaganda. The […]

04/25 Wednesday Hero

April 25, 2007

This Weeks Soldier Was Suggested By Sunny Kay Col. Cyril Richard “Rick” Rescorla68 years old from New York City, New York16th Air Assault Brigade, Parachute Regiment (England)Platoon Leader of 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) (U.S.)September 11, 2001 Col. Rick Rescorla is a multiple time hero. In 1957 he enlisted in the […]

Kid Fun

April 24, 2007

If you have ever wanted…uummm…needed…a reason to NEVER leave young children unsupervised…here’s a couple of good ones… (…yeah they may be staged…or photo shopped…but who cares…just enjoy…)

04/24 Morning Report

April 24, 2007

New York City Mayor Bloomberg wants to charge an $8 fee to drive into the city. I have to admit, it is a creative idea. Not new. But definitely creative. I will also admit that NYC needs to something abouthe pollution. Saying that he would not spend his final term in office “pretending that all […]

04/23 Morning Report

April 23, 2007

Here’s a follow up on my April 18 report. Which is worse? According to the New York Times, the options are Bad air, or bad water. It seems that not only is there mounting evidence that bio-fuels may be more damaging than advertised, now it seems hydroelectric power may be causing the same sort of […]

04/22 Hockey Notes

April 23, 2007

Do you ever wonder what came out of all those trade deadline deals? Well, they didn’t help the Thrashers very much. ESPN had this summary of all the deals. Meanwhile, looking back at some prior thoughts, Sports Illustrated had this list of players and games to watch by Alan Nuir. Over at The Hockey News, […]

Ask Your Pharmacist…

April 20, 2007

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04/19 Morning Report

April 19, 2007

People have been complaining about “cheap Chinese goods” for years. Well, this BBC article is just more fuel on the fire. The huge rise is hazardous goods in the EU comes primarily from China. Isn’t that sweet? Want to read the dumb part of it all? Ms Heemskerk said that the high proportion of Chinese […]

04/18 Morning Report

April 18, 2007

The “partial birth abortion” ban has been up held. And, I have to admit I am excited to see that type of ruling come from SCOTUS. Of course, the liberals are all lining up with the usual rhetoric. It’s “amazing” how the media all use the same quotes from liberal sources, don’t you think? The […]