June 30, 2005
I'm not getting much computer time these days because Charlie can't climb stairs, and when I do bring him upstairs he 1) chews on the computer cords or 2) thinks "upstairs" is "outside" and piddles. I'm trying to read stuff as fast as I can while he takes his little naps, but I'm finding it hard to concentrate.
And I miss Bunker a lot these days; I keep coming up with things I want to discuss with him.
June 29, 2005
The proposed development, called "The Lost Liberty Hotel" will feature the "Just Desserts CafÃƒÂ©" and include a museum, open to the public, featuring a permanent exhibit on the loss of freedom in America. Instead of a Gideon's Bible each guest will receive a free copy of Ayn Rand's novel "Atlas Shrugged."
June 15, 2005
We were careless once, and thousands of people died. Let us not make the same mistake again.
Thus ends Varifrank's post. (Erin, you're gonna like this one.)
June 14, 2005
At least I had this story to read afterwards and restore my faith in humanity: A long shot in more ways than one brings a town to tears
June 03, 2005
June 02, 2005
I can point out a certain bit that made me chuckle: Varifrank's advice to the EU constitution writers...
First, get an Englishman to write your constitution. It worked for us; it can work for you too! President Valery Giscard DÂ’estang? What were you thinking? For godsÂ’ sake, the French can write 2000 pages on the various color of apples without breaking a sweat. Its not getting them to talk thatÂ’s the trick, itÂ’s getting them to shut up. You donÂ’t put a Scotsman in the kitchen, you donÂ’t put a Frenchman near a pen and paper, its one of lifeÂ’s little rules.
I know exactly what he means, for I've been forced to read Marcel Proust.
June 01, 2005
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