Monthly Archives: December 2015

Samuel L. Jackson, Man of the World


H/t National Review and originally at The Hollywood Reporter: He continues, “And then I looked around at the world and I was kind of like, ‘Okay, that’s the Catholics and the Protestants — that’s sort of the Crusades.’ And then I started … Continue reading

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Double Check the Cue Card!


From Quiner’s Diner:

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Some of the Reasons We Don’t Like Bill Schmalfeldt


Bill Schmalfeldt wants for you to think that he is suing a bunch of folks who just won’t let him rest.  He is not a victim.  Over the last few years he has been one of the most vicious trolls … Continue reading

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Because We Can, That’s Why.


From Wired:   Behold the Bug Racer, which Mattel, without irony, calls “The first vehicle that puts real crickets behind the wheel.”   The $35 Bug Racer, “for kids who love science and vehicle play,” is a battery-powered car controlled … Continue reading

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Return to Sender, Address Unknown…


Bill Schmalfeldt is suing a bunch of people including Patrick Grady.  He is barred from contacting Patrick Grady, because of a previous court decision.  So, naturally, Bill sends a package to Patrick Grady. Grady didn’t accept service. Any time the … Continue reading

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Why Do We Need to Guarantee Free Speech, Again?,


From Fire (h/t Instapundit)   When the Washington State Legislature reconvenes in January, State Representative Matthew Manweller plans to introduce HB 3055, a bill that includes items on FIRE’s wish list. Included in the bill’s meritorious provisions is the Campus … Continue reading

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Please Do Not Take This The Wrong Way


If you find yourself writing to a college student or prospective college student, please do not use that phrase.  Apparently any appeals to logic or common sense will, in fact be taken the wrong way.   From an email sent … Continue reading

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