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- Another unexpected consequence in the (very long) wake of Hurricane Sandy: the millionaires’ missing wine. A fascinating only-in-New-York kinda story.
- Now that’s one young lady you don’t want to trifle with.
- Economist, commentator, and actor (“Bueller?”) Ben Stein makes one of the wisest observations following the Martin/Zimmerman case. In this, his thinking is a lot like Martin Luther King, Jr.’s.
- SF/fantasy writer Larry Correia gives Stein some competition. Or at least gives Obama’s whiny, divisive speech (“I’m Trayvon and you’re all a bunch of racists”) its very best fisking. Followed by some voice-of-experience from being a big, dark, scary-looking guy who also knows firearms and self defense.
- Correia writes cool, fun, lively books, too. And scads of ’em. Read ’em if you haven’t! Read ’em again if you have.
- “Feets — I Got ‘Em.” Artificial ones, that is. A look at those prices gives greater appreciation of what desert hermit Joel goes through with a leg that … oh, will I go to hell for such an awful pun? … is on its last legs.
- Hm. Makes as much sense as anything else in religion. Except it’s funnier.
- From firearms instructor LarryA in a recent comment section. Too good to be left in obscurity: “Dying of Embarrassment.” Falling into peril because we’re conditioned not to step outside of social norms. Clearly the woman in the second link above got past that conditioning.