Today gives an affirmative answer to the question of whether or not a blog still exists after its owner goes AWOL for three days. Lo, the gods of blogging did not strike down Blackmailers Don’t Shoot to punish Chandler’s Ghost for neglecting his only child. There’s a story somewhere in there for when someone writes a Bible of Blogging. Oh, right, I’m supposed to be doing a linkfest.
The Necropolitan Sentinel won the Full Metal Jacket Reach Around Award at The Other McCain. Am I jealous? Of course, but that doesn’t mean that Dan Collins didn’t deserve the recognition. Here Dan untangles the unlearned lessons of the #FreeKate movement, and how they apply to all sorts of left-wing idiocy.
Via the Weekly World News, a UFO recently crashed into a volcano. Investigators believe that the space ship, from Planet Gootan, was shot out of the sky by a ship from Planet Zeebo.
Wayne Dupree at The 405 Radio has a show with Ryan Bomberger. I’m not a particularly religious person nor am I very outspoken on the abortion issue, but it’s a compelling interview regarding the debate.
Lauren Hodge at ViralRead makes fun of the fifth grade graduation ceremony. If you think that’s stupid, my nephew just graduated from preschool. Learning that Play-Doh isn’t a food group is part of the curriculum.
Speaking of Kaitlyn Hunt, here’s the reincarnation of Gandhi performing charitable work.
Is anyone surprised that government workers are making money on insider trading? I guess SEIU wanted in on the action when they found out about their puppets in Congress doing it.
Via Mike G, a story of two buffoons in the White House. Maybe next time Hugo Chavez’s corpse will have a photo-op at the Resolute Desk.
Richard Ramirez died. No loss, though I wish it could have been more painful for him. By the time I was old enough to understand who the Night Stalker was, he was already in jail, but I remember being afraid of him as a kid.
Finally, remember the stupid Muhammad video that was blamed for the terrorist attack in Lybia? Ed Morrissey reports that Nakoula Basseley Nakoula plans to finish the film. I’d watch it on principle.
Here’s Tiny Tim. That’s a lot of bad news to go through without some joy.