Monday, May 18, 2009


1) Captain John has somehow gotten hold of the Paco Enterprises handbook on operating procedures.

2) As I’ve said before, the environmentalist ironies just keep piling up (more of the same at Maggie’s Farm).

3) Some of the most vigorous, Menckenesque prose these days is being written by car guys (H/T: Ed Driscoll).

4) A fascinating piece on the circumstances surrounding the death of Leonid Khrushchev (Nikita Khrushchev’s war-hero son), in the context of Putin’s revivified authoritarianism.

5) Hell, Britannia!

6) Stacy McCain highlights an important statistical phenomenon: apparently, if you put typewriters in a room full of monkeys, not only will one of the monkeys eventually type a sentence, but two of them will type the same sentence. Also, don’t miss McCain’s post on the Left’s use of diversity as a weapon.

7) Ted Nugent skins a journalist.

8) Powerline admirably sums up the Shame of Notre Dame.

"Heal, Father! Turn these papists into Unitarians!"

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