House Resolution 4437 passed the House on December 16, 2005 by a vote of 239-182. Titled the Border Protection, Antiterrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005, HR 4437 calls for many changes to the way the country currently handles illegal immigrants. Highlights of the bill include physical borders (i.e. fences) with increased surveillance, […]
Archive for January, 2006
I was completely blown away by the length of a spam email I got this morning. I found it wildly amusing and just shows the lengths some will go to in the name of spam. Read more in the fold.
>From Mr.Richard Ven Sossouk
After going through your profile iit pleases me to contact […]
Brian of The Uncooperative Bloggger reported back on the 15th of January about the Mexican military crossing into United States territory. He had no problem stating exactly what he thought of the situation, and what the United States needs to do.
I am sorry folks but this is unacceptable. We cannot allow the Mexican Army to […]
I was reading The Dilbert Blog this afternoon and I ended up laughing so hard I snorted.
I’ve also been called out on the fact that I have not mocked liberals with the same frequency as I have mocked people who happen to be conservative. This is largely because the base requirement for being mocked for […]
I saw the first two episodes of the new season a little late, but I saw them in time for tonight! The show starts in five minutes here on the east coast, so I will talk all about it then.
I just noticed I don’t have a television category. That will be fixed tonight, as well. […]
Well, it happened again. I was only two weeks into the month and I was already over my bandwidth. Hattip to Dad for pointing it out to me. Jon pulled a string or two and got service back to the domain. Thanks, Jon.
This is my official statement of defeat. The Myspace users, the MSN Spaces […]
It is about 28 minutes until Steve Jobs is scheduled to begin his keynote for this year’s Macworld. A few of the rumors flying about are a new Intel based notebook, FM transmitter in iPods, iLife/Work 06, and others. I don’t own a Mac currently, but I would love to have one. I’m really excited […]
I’m having a serious problem as of late. It seems a good deal of MySpace users have found my artwork from each other or search engines and are hotlinking the living crap out of it. This is beyond bad. Some of you may have noticed that I ran over my bandwidth limit for December and […]