Real Genius
Tuesday, August 30, 2005
 
The Domesticated President
The way Froomkin's column appeared on my browser today:



No comment.

 
Kyra, Kyra, Kyra
Right up there with Daryn Kagan:
I'm being told now we have Lieutenant Colonel Jordan Jones at Camp Liberty in Baghdad on the phone. You may be wondering, in the middle of Hurricane Katrina, why we would go to Baghdad to do this interview. But there's an interesting twist. Lieutenant Colonel Jordan Jones is actually the commander of the 101st Battalion, 256th Louisiana Brigade. And he and his men and women are set to come home in eight days from Baghdad.
And, Colonel, I'm curious, you're coming from this war on terrorism in Baghdad, back home to Louisiana, where you see what's happening here to Americans. And I'm curious if you're going to have to get right back into a different kind of fight once you're home in eight days. [emphasis added]
Riiiiight.

Oh, and we weren't wondering:

The moment you said "in Baghdad on the phone" we knew.

 
Cutting It Short
Yep.

By two days out of more than four weeks of vacation.

Or three days after he could've first come back to take charge.

Don't let CNN's title fool you:

Bush to return to Washington early
Whichever way do you wanna look at it?

Thursday, August 25, 2005
 
Calling Somerby
Y'know, the GOP doesn't have to do much to distance itself from Pat Robertson regarding the assassination remarks.

That's what we have the WP Editorial Page for.

Wednesday, August 24, 2005
 
HBO - Rome
The theme music seems to have been lifted right off the soundtrack of Bourne Identity.

Anyone else notice that?

Wednesday, August 17, 2005
 
Homonyms
Correcting punctuation at Starbucks has to be one of the most anal things I've done in a while; but wouldn't you do the same if you were standing just a foot away from an incredibly irritating dot of chalk for an apostrophe that you could obliterate with the touch of a finger, thereby rescuing the homonym?

Greetings to Kevin Drum.


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