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Open morning

Open morning

The intrusions of real life again.  And the rollout of something tomorrow.

Not what you think, or maybe it is.

What’s happening?


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casualobserver | January 29, 2013 at 11:37 am

I read that the Prof will be occasionally joining a video streaming debate and dialog service over at Breitbart. Looking forward to hearing/seeing more of the voice behind the great ideas posted here. The fully announced group of contributors is stellar in its own right, too.

I’d like to know if there is anything we can do about the slam dunk left-wing media. Fox complains about it but Obama laughs. In all my 65 years, I have never marched or protested, but I have finally had enough of the obfuscation from the MSM that I’m ready to do SOMETHING. Anyone, Anyone, Bueller?

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | January 29, 2013 at 11:53 am

A provacative headline in the “Blogs I Read” sidebar caught my eye this morning. The blog “five feet of fury” linked to CSPAN coverage of the National Review Institute Summit. So far, I’ve only watched Peter Thiel’s speech and Rich Lowry’s introduction. Thiel is a libertarian (and genius) which enables him to see the world from a different perspective. I think he superbly explains why we’re stagnating economically. Thiel starts speaking at the 5:45 mark and lasts about 40 minutes. It’s worth watching if you get a chance.

Woof! Can’t wait.

Okay, “open morning”. When are you going to announce that you’re running for office, any office…please:)

Soledad O’Brien was last seen feeding straight lines to her old wise-cracking computer-generated avatar, “Dev.”

Waiting with bated (or it baited?) breath to see what the morning roll-out brings. Meanwhile I’d like to thank you, Prof. J., for the frequent links, blog of the day and post of the day mentions that you have given me. They are highly appreciated and I feel bad that I can’t bring as many hits to this site as you brings to mine.

I am also delighted to learn that you’re planning a summer visit to Israel. I’m excitedly looking forward to meeting you in person. I hope you have a great itinerary planned out.

Seattle police buyback of guns turned into a gunshow with dealers with signs advertising they would buy guns. When the $80,000 gift cards account of the police was exhausted in two hours, the whole crowd went over to the dealers and sold their guns to them. One buyer said, “I’m keeping guns off the streets, I put them in my gunsafe”.
Must be a lot of Texans up there in Seattle, remembering the Alamo LOL. Pictures at:

Anybody that wants to know what is rolling out tomorrow might want to check the tip line (hint, hint). And it is fanfrikkintastic!

BannedbytheGuardian | January 29, 2013 at 10:34 pm

I just paid a $20 fine for not voting in a state election.

I missed the last federal election because I was out of the country & out of contact . I did not know it had been called.

We have a choice. – just pay the fine or offer an explanation.

Pretty funny really.

must be working on the brietbart upcoming stuff