I’ll be offline for a couple of days (takin’ a trip to see my father, Old Paco), so feel free to talk among yourselves.
Here’s an assortment to get you started.
Theodore Dalrymple contemplates book thieves (now, I’m a pretty honest fellow myself; however, if you happen to leave a first edition of Build My Gallows High lyin’ around somewhere, you might want to make sure you have it chained down).
Apostasy and schism among the unbelievers.
At least one Muslim thinks that pitching a high rise stick in the eye is a bad idea. On the same subject, Moonbattery has some interesting architectural suggestions.
ICE employees issue a vote of no confidence in their leadership.
Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd demonstrate that, actually, breaking up is a whole lot easier than patching things up.
If Bill Buckley had used the kind of illustrations in his political essays that the Classic Liberal does, we’d be looking back fondly on the two-term Goldwater administration.