Monthly Archives: July 2006

Space Simulation

Celestia is a space simulation program available for download. They have Linux, Windows, and Mac versions available.

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Soundbombs

(picture links to their site.)

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Seriously, Get This Sweater Off of Me.

This is a funny column: Lady, just because your boyfriend doesn’t want to settle down, doesn’t mean you should pretend that I’m a real baby in hopes that he’ll play along in your twisted game of “house”. I promise you’re … Continue reading

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Who Thought That Up?

This is creative.

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Obsession

Every American should watch this film: Obsession:What The War on Terror Is Really About. It runs about an hour but it is important to hear these things and to recognize the truth of what these people have to say. It … Continue reading

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The Georgia Delegation on Pork

Local Georgia blogger Jasone Pye has answered The Club for Growth’s call to arms over regarding congressional voting records on congressman Jeff Flake’s anti pork efforts. It looks like our delegation is splitting right down party lines.

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Seattle Shooting

King5 seems to have the best coverage of yesterday’s shooting at the Jewish Federation in Seattle, including video.

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McKinney

Former Atlanta Mayor Andy Young believes that “Congress needs controversy” and Cynthia McKinney is just the woman for the job. I’ve said before that I have no idea what her opponent thinks or believes, and he seems to be very … Continue reading

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Taurus Enters the 1911 Market

Taurus has added John Browning’s model of 1911 to their product line. If it is as well done as their revolvers, this gun is an excellent value at $599. Update by Scott: Here’s a review by Shooting Times.

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A Classic

I came across this today, and it brought back so many good memories.

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Dems’ Culture of Corruption

According to this Washington Times article, Anthony D. Rodham, one of Hillary Clinton’s two brothers, received $107,000 in loans from United Shows of America, a carnival company, after then President Clinton pardoned the owners of the company over the objections … Continue reading

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Malkin On Hezbollah

Michelle reminds us of why Hezbollah is America’s problem too.

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Minutemen Mishandling Money?

Michelle Malkin manages to make information on the Minute Men and their money management mishaps available. I sent them $20, and I believe Scott donated as well, and we linked to the donation page here at this site asking that … Continue reading

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F-15D Landing With One Wing

In May of 1983, after losing the right wing of his aircraft in a collision with an F-4 during a training mission, an Israeli pilot was able to recover and land the aircraft. Below is a clip from a history … Continue reading

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9/11 911 Call

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