Saturday, March 31, 2007


I was going to pick some quote from this article about legal aspects of calendars, but it's too hard to pick just one.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

Scott Ott for President

2008 is shaping up as the YouTube campaign. If Fred Thompson doesn't run, I'm writing in Scott.

Perfectly designed and pr

Well, maybe not "perfectly."

Saturday, March 24, 2007


Is Baumol's cost-disease responsible for the increasing cost of the education industry? Are teachers just performers?

Monday, March 12, 2007

The Royal Nonesuch

Shades of the hydra: when one head is cut off, two more grow to take its place.

Sounds like they got lucky: in Mark Twain's version, the good citizens of Pikeville tarred and feathered The King and The Duke.

Art Cars on the Cheap

Sister Jo says, regarding art cars, "It's cheaper to glue than to paint."

Magnets are more flexible than glue. Score another victory for Diet Smith.

Sunday, March 11, 2007


The seldom-mealy-mouthed Ron Coleman correctly labels this thug a payaso, here.

Good word, "payaso." Not only is "Pagliacci" a cognate, so is פאיאץ . At least the Cat left, and cleaned up after himself, too.

Perhaps he could get the dazzlingly pentatonic William Robinson to write and record a new Venezuelan national anthem. Oh, no, wait. He'd probably have to pay. How savage.

Monday, March 05, 2007

Klezmer Post of the Day

Klezmer post of the ... well okay, a klezmer post.

Courtesy of BA.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

Oh, my God.

Nan will like this. Uncle George would have, too.

"Childhood cancer? Celine Dion? ..."

You may already be a wiener

Instapundit, where I got this, would say "Heh."

This doesn't suck

Google maps now provides traffic information for Denver.

Digging all the dirt

The News Buckit answers to an InstaPunk question: how often to blogs on the left and right use George Carlin's "7 Dirty Words"?

By joining the left, you can learn to swear like a sailor. Without ever, you know, actually having to sign up to be a sailor.