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On “In a world of their own: Conservatives and Avatar

@ CK MacLeod:
Do you generally assume that lefties are wrong?

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@ CK MacLeod:
I guess you failed to contemplate the influence of contemporary Hebraic athletics upon Cameron's work and, even more gravely, you're dismissive of the impact of the Kent State massacre.

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Zoltan Newberry wrote:

I’m just glad there weren’t any devious Jews from Golden Slacks or IDF commandos advising the bad guys in this flick.
But, today, a Jew might save the day for New England, and I’m not talking about Joe Lieberman.
Julian Edelman rocks!

Nothing Edelman does is going to save the Patriots, Zolt. Baltimore may end up catching as many of Brady's passes as Edelman will.

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CK MacLeod wrote:

What? I spend hours every day contemplating the synthesis of whatdat al wujud and pratitysamutpanna! Doesn’t everyone?

Where does the time go?

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A John Bolton tribute?

http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/John-Bolton_UN.jpg

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@ narciso:
Well, if you're not going to go looking to pick out something, I'll ask the Tsar work on it.

Tell me what you think of this one for you.
http://www.imelda.com.au/.a/6a00e54f95ac818834011278fd078228a4-800wi

Should we look at some more or is this it?

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@ Sully:
Bertie was canceled in Philadelphia??? Never even made it to New Haven??
Sad story.
But the part about diseases and infestation sounds very nice.
Did that resonate with you while you were floating through the Pacific?

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George definitely brought his own finger to the party.

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@ narciso:
Since you have no small amount of imagination, why don't you find a pictoral representation of yourself?
The Tsar can easily affix it to your ethereal self.

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The Tsar seems to be AWOL, so I thought I would offer a suitable caution about the bacterial disadvantage of a too-closed system.

Tell me, older timer, of this Bertie the Whatever. What was she like?

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@ George Mikos:
cause our own sweat smells the best.
Clean up that finger George, who knows where your butt has been.

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@ Dave C:
What's the value of petroleum to pre-industrial people?

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@ narciso:
Now, silly thing, didn't I tell you that I don't watch all that much TV.
I've never seen the Daily Show except as three or four short clips reproduced on the web.
I had never heard of Glenn Beck until I fell in with unsavory and undead companions.

(Frogman Henry.... good. I knew you would do better.)

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@ Sully:
If that's your gambit, add large dog with vanilla shake muzzle-coating.

It might work out well.

http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2009/01/04/2009-01-04_woman_sues_for_10m_for_being_denied_subw.html

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@ Sully:
There's a special price for people with disabilities. Wear really dark glasses, carry a cane, and you might get in half-price.

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@ CK MacLeod:
Enjoyed the comment, very much liked the review/essay, and if you're all hopo with Bolton and Palin and won't heed advice to lay off the hoppy-nuts, don't blame me.

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@ CK MacLeod:
1)I should have put up the link.

2) Promise me that you won't use "hoppy-nuts" again.

3)I doubt that you could much increase your liking for Palin, unless she

4) I don't hate Officer Bolton and have offered up his own absurd opinions as argument for not respecting him.

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@ narciso:
Narc, Bolton is a damned nut and has been nuts for decades.

Go back and read his stupid editorial saying that Clinton's trip to North Korea was going to be fruitless, was mistaken, was an insult to Roxana Saberi and would harm her chances of being released.

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@ Rex Caruthers:
Palin looks just fine. I just hope that her education is heavily supplemented long before she again is pushed for national office.

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@ narciso:
Bolton remains a truculent fool. His nationalism is of little use unless employed as a lesson in what to avoid.

I still like Bolton saying that Bush would bomb Iran before the expiration of his term in office.

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@ CK MacLeod:
If Jean Kirkpatrick remains dead, her side of any conversation with Palin would still be the more informed and up-to-date one.

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Nothing alien is human to me.

On “Tales from the Geopolitical Crypt: Seven Deadly Scenarios by Andrew Krepinevich

The Army wasn't planning to surrender. They were busy passing out pointed sticks to city dwellers and caching weapons and food around the countryside.

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@ narciso:
I was fooling around with your double use of the word "moon" in your comment. Lunatic goes to that.

Kyoto was spared because of its cultural significance and because there was no reason at all to blow it up.

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@ Sully:
One real reason for not trying to kill the Emperor by bomb (quite unlikely to be successful BTW)
was that it would have pretty much insured the death of every allied POW in Japan.
Another is that it would likely have unleashed the militarists from any last bit of restraint.

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