New blog in my sidebar. It's been making me chuckle pretty consistently since I found it (I have no idea where that was), so its getting the Official Mister Pterodactyl Seal Of Approval. And when the owner sees me in his visitors list it'll give him great satisfaction to mutter "who the #$^&#$ is Mister Pterodactyl?"
Sample post here.
I haven't exactly been keeping up with my New Year's resolution
[Hint: it has something to do with the frequency of my posts.]
I suppose I've just been distracted with the whole becoming-a-productive-member -of-society thing. Not that I haven't had post ideas. Here's a couple:
-How Islam is like prostitution
-What's right about Jeremiah Wright
-What's wrong with the political class and how to fix it (just kidding about the second part)
-Why we should ditch the UN (because I'd be the first ever to suggest that, right?)
-And a new one: invade Myanmar!
Okay, that last one is some pinhead suggesting that, by unilaterally (with or without UN approval) invading Myanmar and relieving its people from the predation of a tyrannous government, the USA could recoup some of the global goodwill we lost by unilaterally (and without UN approval) invading Iraq. And incidentally relieving its people from the predation of a tyrannous government. That's how I read it, anyway.
The others aren't necessarily time sensitive though. Could still get written. We'll see.
My free gub'mint money came last week
Hey, don't worry where it came from, it's free!
I wasn't too impressed with the plan to 'stimulate' the economy. Just another example of politicians trying to look like they're doing something. So I suppose if I were really going to stand on principle, I'd send it back.
But then I'd have to decide which principle to stand on. Lower taxes? Or good fiscal policy? Can't have both. [Kantian ethics: no help here!] Screw it, I'm keeping the money.