December 2nd, 2006


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Last night: Hell came to Frogtown, but only after... a Red Dawn.

What else: Saturn called late last night. Car is fixed. Turns out the "gaping hole" in the water pump dumped all the coolant, so the engine overheated in short order, and apparently the cylinder cracked "almost all the way through." Ouch. So, yeah. Now to head down Monday to pick it up and everything.

Now: Work. Except my e-mail doesn't seem to be working is extra slow today. And I'm on a different machine than usual, so everything is all askew. Oh, and no Firefox. I never realized how much I need tabbed browsing in my life.

This afternoon: Horrorclix. Thereafter, punching evil? Hooray for affordable entertainment.

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"Five years after September 11, and three-and-a-half years after toppling Saddam Hussein, the U.S. is almost as angry at itself as it is at the enemy. Two quite antithetical views of the war on terror - and indeed, the entire American role in the Middle East - are now crystallizing."
-Victor Davis Hanson, National Review (great read)

Afghani district cuts its own peace deal with the Taliban.

Oh, snap. The new head of the intelligence committee was one of the early opponents of the war.

Collapse ) on the Pamela Anderson/Kid Rock breakup.

Measuring the speed of memes?

Ten things we didn't know this time last week.