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• Eric at Classical Values: “It occurred to me that maybe there ought to be some kind of official enclownment ceremony, so I came up with this.”

• Jules Crittenden examines the soul connection between Australia and the US.

• Andrew Bolt: “You either write for the government or you write about the government. As a columnist, you do not do both – or certainly not without disclosing your lucrative conflict of interest.”

• Branson’s prize claimed!

• “Men in parts of Tanzania’s main city, Dar es Salaam, are living in fear of a night-time sex attacker.  A BBC correspondent says the attacks are being blamed by some on a demon called ‘Popo Bawa’ … ”

• In certain other primitive tribal communities, it’s considered a grievous insult if you use the word “Democrat” instead of “Democratic.”

• A Grammy note from Matt Welch: “Having Al Gore hand out the award for ‘Best Rock Album’ should pretty much drive a stake through the heart of at least three genres at once.”

Posted by Tim B. on 02/23/2007 at 01:33 PM
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