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More on CPL

Saturday, July 16th, 2005

Christ Short is telling another story about the CPL over at Our Life. This story is from an anonymous source he is calling Quincy. Keep checking Our Life about the CPL as I see this is going to get bigger and bigger.

Growing up in a cult

Monday, July 11th, 2005

Chris posted a very interesting article over at Our Life over the weekend about growing up in a cult. In his article, he exposes a group here in North Carolina and the numerous lies they have told and are telling. This is certainly worth a look.

Happy Birthday, Scott

Monday, May 16th, 2005

My good friend Scott just celebrated his forty-third birthday on Sunday. Happy Birthday, Old Fart. Everyone should take the time to wish him happy birthday both here and at his blog. Old jokes are a must, even if you are older than him (insert jab at my dad here).

Upgraded Wordpress

Monday, April 18th, 2005

I’ve known Wordpress 1.5 has been out for a little bit of time now, but I put off upgrading because I was really afraid that I would end up spending hours getting everything back to where it should be. I have good news, though!
I was able to upgrade in 5 minute with zero problems.
Wow. I […]

Austin, Jordan, Matt, and the whole damned ’sphere.

Thursday, February 3rd, 2005

I really have no clue what in the world got into everyone over the last two days that I’ve been missing because of work. At this point, I really don’t care. Yes, Austin was wrong not to give credit where do, but he corrected his mistake. Yes, Jordan was wrong for calling the young guy […]

A Lefty I can actually stomach?

Monday, January 31st, 2005

Oh, I know it is hard to believe, but I have found a Left Winger that I can actually stomach (You don’t count, Bob. I knew you before I started blogging). David A over at ISOU is an American running his own business out of Costa Rica and an all around good guy.
He and […]

Cry Freedom starts all over

Thursday, January 27th, 2005

Rick had some problems with his blog and had to start over. It is unfortunate, but it gives me a reason to give him a link for free!
Welcome to the new home of Cry Freedom, My old blog melted away. not without a lot of help from me though. I finally got tired of messing […]


Thursday, January 27th, 2005

Remembering the Wannsee Conference and the Liberation of Auschwitz
This article is posted by participants of the January 27, 2005, BlogBurst (see list at end of article), to remember the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, sixty years ago, on January 27, 1945. On January 20th, we marked the anniversary of the 1942 Wannsee Conference. In […]

For dinner discussion tonight

Wednesday, January 12th, 2005

Here are the four posts that each and everyone of you should discuss over dinner tonight.
1. Deep Impact launched without a hitch. Scott can’t wait for the Fourth of July when it gets to the comet and I join him in the wait.
2. Several armed combat robots are headed for Iraq. Murdoc likes the idea […]

Photoblog open!

Saturday, January 8th, 2005

I’ve gotten several pictures uploaded so it is time to give out the url! You can navigate to to see the photos. I will try my best to upload one a day so check back often.

WordPress: Web Ap of the Year

Friday, January 7th, 2005

WordPress, the software that powers this blog, has a lot to be happy about so far this year.
We hope the new year brings cheer and good news to your life. For the WordPress family, the year starts on a positive note. ArsTechnica names WordPress the Web Application of the Year (2004)!
I am very pleased to […]

Aftershock in Indonesia

Wednesday, January 5th, 2005

Scott noticed a pretty big aftershock. Pray they don’t cause any further disasters.

Hint of what is to come

Wednesday, January 5th, 2005

Here is a small taste of what is to come. If you looked at the comments of a previous post, you’ll be comforted to know Scott is not drunk and he really wasn’t lying. Perhaps you can figure out the url?
Update: I have been talking about the whole photoblog thing with Scott since I got […]

Problems with blogs?

Wednesday, January 5th, 2005

Thirteen of the blogs I read through RSS are erroring out when the feed attempts to update. I was thinking something was wrong with my reader, but I can’t hit the homepages of them either. Anyone having problems getting to Wizbang, LGF, Spoons, Captains Quarters, or any other blogs?
Update: It seems all the blogs are […]

The battle rages on

Wednesday, January 5th, 2005

Power Line readers should all know about what is going on between the blog and Nick Coleman of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune. If you are not up to date, some back reading at Power Line and (subscription) is in your future.
I read the column by Coleman and all I could think is that […]

Next up at the plate

Wednesday, January 5th, 2005

Yet another journalist is going to bat for Dan Rather and the TANG Memogate documents. I am not sure exactly what Corey Pein of the Columbia Journalism Review was thinking when he sent the article to Power Line, but he made a huge mistake.
Corey Pein of the Columbia Journalism Review sent us an email yesterday, […]

You know you’re getting old. . .

Tuesday, January 4th, 2005

when you have kids (one old enough to be in the Air Force) and your glasses are now bifocals. Scott has now passed the point of no return in the path to “the home.”
Before everyone else that is as old, if not older than Scott hangs me from my banner image, I am granting you […]

Possible bug?

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2004

I think I may have found a bug with this nightly build of WordPress. I tried to backdate an entry and it didn’t work. I am not sure why but I can post normal entries just fine.

Iraq Elections Blog

Sunday, December 19th, 2004

Da Commissar has been outted! His new blog, Iraq Elections Blog, has been up for about five days now and is going to pick up steam over the next couple of weeks. Blogroll it and keep up.

Power Line: Time’s Blog of the Year

Sunday, December 19th, 2004

A big congratulations is due up for Power Line as they have been named Blog of the Year by Time. In the issue where they also name George W. Bush as Man of the Year, Power Line has a great article. The issue goes on sale tomorrow. Be sure to pick it up.