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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 12:17 pm

* Iowahawk locates priceless tilt art.

* Among the 10,000 or so days since the mid-1970s, 1 July 2004 had more Australian births than any other.

* A New Statesman article on blogging from back in the primordial days of 2002—when InstaPundit was pulling only 40,000 readers. Interesting to see how things have evolved.

* ¡No Pasarán! brings you quality posts on a sub-Webdiary budget!

* The actual chunk and stick you’ve read so much about.

* South African Health Minister Mantombazana Tshabalala-Msimang salutes DDT.


* Tammy Bruce: “Here is a burned and bloody Koran. And yet, no hysterical, murderous Muslim riots over the ‘offense’ and ‘insult’ to Islam.”

* Cher donates her entire weekly collagen allowance to a soldiers’ helmet appeal.

* The latest in high-fashion Zark wear.

* Leftist Don Jermano laments the lack of new people in government: “We need new people, such as Cindy Sheehan, Ann Wright, Tim Robbins, Ed Asner, Noam Chomsky, or Howard Zinn.” According to Jermano’s bio, after 9/11 he “flew to China to find Osama Bin Ladin.”

* Kim Gamel of the Associated Press achieves a grim milestone milestone, mentioning the phrase in consecutive paragraphs.

CNN: “It will inevitably be tagged a ‘grim milestone.’” You don’t say.

* How sweet will be the Revenge of the Moon!

* “Do not imagine that the plastic-turkey situation is anywhere near under control,” cautions ForNow. “The plastic turkey sometimes flies beneath the newspaper level, but thrives in blogs and groups.”

* Erik Svane examines polls that for one reason or another haven’t received a great deal of attention.

* Victory in Slovakia! Finally, something for the Left to cheer about.

Posted by Tim B. on 06/18/2006 at 01:01 AM
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