Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Proof That Bush Didn't Lie
It seems that Hu didn't die!
Monday, September 12, 2005
What About Mr. Setlinoutacort?
This caught my eye on Atlantic Avenue. It looks like a law firm Mad magazine might have thought up: Imasuen & Watkins.
When you're named Imasuen, maybe you're just born litigious.
Update: Welcome Best-of-the-Web readers. Have a ball!
Sunday, September 04, 2005
A Tale of Two Bridges
Police shot and killed at least five people Sunday after gunmen opened fire on a group of contractors traveling across a bridge on their way to make repairs, authorities said.
Now, compare that with this:
On March 31, 2004, four men working for Blackwater USA as security guards -- Scott Helvenston, Wesley Batalona, Jerry Zovko and Michael Teague -- were ambushed by insurgents in Fallujah. They were killed, their bodies burned and mutilated, and two were strung up on a bridge over the Euphrates.
Sigh. If only those contractors in Fallujah had the same protection that the contractors in New Orleans had. This time around, the terrorists were the ones left dead on the bridge. The difference is we don't hang their bodies up for the cameras.
That's right. I said "terrorists." That's what these dirtbags are, those savages who shoot at people risking their lives to save others and to rebuild destroyed cities.