Sunday, June 30, 2002


This site is number four in a Google search for "Ann Coulter 2002".


Tries to re-invent himself yet again.
Blair's Boys Bash Bush

Bloody bastards.

Saturday, June 29, 2002


"Sweet Hideous"

Sweet, Sweet Hideous :
How I Hate to see You Come, or Leave!
How Your Florid Stench makes Me think I'll Die

Oh, Wonderous Monster :
How Your Vulgar Prose Excites Me Sadly!
How You Shout and Scream
In a Whisper.

Oh! Sweet Hideous :
Your Souless Heart Beats, Motionless!
While Pensive Fools Ponder Imponderables
As the Oceans Dry.

Love is Thy Nameless Moniker.

Friday, June 28, 2002


On the War.

Thursday, June 27, 2002


Tennis dyke slams US and GOP.

The dollar collapses.

Wednesday, June 26, 2002

It's Official

There is now a Web site for everything.

Tuesday, June 25, 2002

School Update

My Web Design class is going almost perfectly, and I thus far have a strong A. However, my English class is not going quite as well, as I have currently have a B. Not even a B+, but a B. Looks like my streak of straight As ever since the nightmarish 1995-1996 college year might end this semester. Sigh.

Monday, June 24, 2002


On Judges, And Others.

If the GOP does not win back the Senate in 2002 (and they likely won't), it's gonna be an ugly two-year Presidential Election Campaign that follows, with little getting done.

Larry Summers, a former member of Clinton's Cabinet, and current President of Harvard, will be a name we will hear a lot about in the coming years. Possible VP pick for the Democrats in 2004.

Sunday, June 23, 2002

On "Palestinian" Statehood


Very cute.


Saturday, June 22, 2002

Germany Beats US 1-0

The smart money is on Brazil to win it all. But, really, who cares anymore?

Friday, June 21, 2002

Out of the Frying Pan...

And into the jaws of a huge reptile.


Thursday, June 20, 2002

The Draft?

I'd serve, if called. Though frankly I would rather not. But if that is what is needed to defend our great nation from hideous Islamic terrorists, so be it.
Jay Nordlinger

Good column, as always.

Here's a bit of it :

"Finally, you may know that Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd is in Geneva, to be medically cared for. There is a fine mosque there. He asked the city fathers for permission to build another one. They replied: Yes — when it is possible to build a church in Riyadh."
October Invasion Of Iraq?

Perhaps. But the Dems will go berzerk.

From V. D. Hanson.

The US Mint vs. Virginia

Wednesday, June 19, 2002


Here's the meat of it :

Last spring I organized college students to investigate the voting registrations of university professors at more than a dozen institutions of higher learning. The students used primary registrations to determine party affiliation. Here is a representative sample:

• At the University of Colorado—a public university in a Republican state—94% of the liberal arts faculty whose party registrations could be established were Democrats and only 4% percent Republicans. Out of 85 professors of English who registered to vote, zero were Republicans. Out of 39 professors of history—one. Out of 28 political scientists—two.

How Republican is Colorado? Its governor, two Senators and four out of six congressmen are Republican. There are 200,000 more registered Republicans in Colorado than there are Democrats. But at the state-funded, University of Colorado, Republicans are a fringe group.

• At Brown University, 94.7% of the professors whose political affiliations showed up in primary registrations last year were Democrats, only 5.3% were Republicans. Only three Republicans could be found on the Brown liberal arts faculty. Zero in the English Department, zero in the History Department, zero in the Political Science Department, zero in the Africana Studies Department, and zero in the Sociology Department.

• At the University of New Mexico, 89% of the professors were Democrats, 7% Republicans and 4% Greens. Of 200 professors, ten were Republicans, but zero in the Political Science Department, zero in the History Department, zero in the Journalism Department and only one each in the Sociology, English, Women’s Studies and African American Studies Departments.

• At the University of California, Santa Barbara, 97% of the professors were Democrats. 1.5% Greens and an equal 1.5% Republicans. Only one Republican professor could be found.

• At the University of California, Berkeley, of the 195 professors whose affiliations showed up, 85% were Democrats, 8% Republicans, 4% Greens and 3% American Independent Party, Peace and Freedom Party and Reform Party voters. Out of 54 professors in the History Department, only one Republican could be found, out of 28 Sociology professors zero, out of 57 English professors zero, out of 16 Women’s Studies professors zero, out of nine African American Studies professors zero, out of six Journalism professors zero.

• At the University of California, Los Angeles, of the 157 professors whose political affiliations showed up 93% were Democrats, only 6.5% were Republicans.

• At the University of North Carolina, the Daily Tar Heel conducted its own survey of eight departments and found that, of the professors registered with a major political party, 91% were Democrats while only 9% were Republicans.

Tuesday, June 18, 2002

I like feet too, but...

This guy needs some social skills.
Well, Duh!

Why "homophobia" isn't a real phobia : Gays elicit disgust, not fear.
Korea Defeats Mighty Italy!

Is this the oddest World Cup ever?

Monday, June 17, 2002


US National Team beats Mexico in World Cup, will face Germany.

Sunday, June 16, 2002

Can you really blame him?

Congressman urinates in cup.

Saturday, June 15, 2002

The Derb


Friday, June 14, 2002

Young Jews In Israel

Don't take crap.

Thursday, June 13, 2002

Ah, Love...


A metal pipe? I guess it was a "trick"...
The sickest thing, ever

Wings Are Champs

Victory in Game Five!
Slight Military Buildup

In Kuwait.

Wednesday, June 12, 2002

The World Cup

Weird stuff.

Tuesday, June 11, 2002

Another Broward County Menace

Around the time I lived there, too.

Violent 'Coon

In Michigan.


Please read this!
Atlantic City

A national joke.
Surprising Poll

A majority of even Democrats supports President Bush? If this is true, anti-Bush Senators are going to drop like flies come November...
Unsurprising Poll


David Letterman :

"New York City is bidding for the 2012 Summer Olympics. That's all we need is 10 million foreigners with temporary visas running around."

Monday, June 10, 2002


Sadly, not on this site, but in personal conversations.

US Air is toast.

Win game 3-0, lead series 3-1.
Wings up 1-0

Late in 2nd Period.

Sunday, June 09, 2002


Final score : 3-2. Wings lead series 2-1.

Saturday, June 08, 2002


1-1 in Game Three.

Friday, June 07, 2002


Yes, soccer is boring, but it's still nice to be able to beat the best of the rest of the world at their own game.

Thursday, June 06, 2002


Great article.
Bob Novak

With a rare interesting column.
Wings Win!

Series tied 1-1.

Our friends, the Egyptians.

Two Things

1 - Mr. Rogers went to college in my town! I never knew that!

2 - Dartmouth students are sneering pricks with absolutely no class.

A little bit of truth from CNN. You go Lou!

Wednesday, June 05, 2002

Organic Farming

Why it sucks.

Tuesday, June 04, 2002

Wings Lose

In OT, 3-2.
Quote of the Day

Ward Connerly - "When we give a preference to a Latino applicant over an Asian to compensate for what a white student's ancestor did to a black applicant's ancestor, your head starts to spin."
Moo! Moo!

Bang! Bang!


The Dell Dude

Commentary on the infamous commercials here.

Monday, June 03, 2002


Do a search on for "hose hound", and this site comes up as number eight.

Sadly, a search for "stunning intellect" turned up nothing vis-a-vis myself or this site...
Bizarre Column

From uber-Leftist, Robert Fisk.

He's upset that some people (including actor John Malkovich) have reacted negatively to his anti-American and anti-Israeli tirades in "The Independent".

Well, people who are getting killed every day, and who are under seige, tend to dislike those who so readily apologize for the murderers of their neighbors, friends, and family. Fisk certainly has a right to to spew his inflammatory hate. But so do his readers.
Afghan War-Lords?

Nope. Gay-Lords.

Sunday, June 02, 2002



Saturday, June 01, 2002

V. D. Hanson


He makes a good case for ending US support of Musharraf. But, though I support democratic India over autocratic Pakistan in the current dispute over Kashmir, I feel the US needs to, at least for the time being, continue to support the current unelected Pakistani leadership. They have proven themselves to be allies in the War on Terror, at least the part of it that directly effects US interests. To turn our backs on them so quickly could result in a nightmare resurfacing in Afghanistan, and would do nothing to ease the current tensions which look increasing like they will end in open, possibly nuclear, warfare between India and Pakistan.

The Bush administration should offer some kind of peace plan, not in the unrealistic hope that it will actually bear fruit, but simply to stall for time. When Afghanistan has been sufficiently stabilized, we can then choose our democratic brothers in India over dictatorial Muslims in Pakistan.