Friday, April 22, 2005

The Finger Backfires

The lesson we have learned here is: If you intend to commit larceny on a large corporation by dropping a foreign object in your own food, use something that can't be so easily falsified. There are a finite number of workers with a finite number of digits. All one has to do is count them. Go with something like the tried and true rat whisker, chicken head, dead cockroach or ABC bubble gum. But, be creative. Nobody likes a copycat. Now, if you are stupid enough to try it, don't blame me. This is satire.

Fargo, Part Deux

I've had it with political correctness. Soon we won't even be able to put wood in them. The part I found interesting was that the farmers were acting on doctor's orders.

Monday, April 04, 2005

The Last Full Measure of Devotion - Repub.

The first Medal of Honor of the Iraq War will be posthumously awarded to Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith this spring. I recommend the St. Petersburg Times' interactive report if you want to know what "the last full measure of devotion" means.


(This was originally published on February 2, 2005. I decided just linking to the original article was insufficient to honor the first Medal of Honor recipient of World War IV. In case you have been distracted by the continual coverage of the Michael Jackson pedophilia trial or the Left-stream Media's ubiquitous stories of how the late Pope John Paul II did not embrace secular humanism, this is why I am republishing my post about Sgt. 1st Class Smith.)

Saturday, April 02, 2005

Pope John Paul II Is Dead

The AP has reported that Pope John Paul II has died at the age of 84. He no longer suffers from his troubles in this world and is now in the presence and glory of God.