Weekend link dump for March 25

I’d invest in the un-wiki if someone would be so kind as to invent it.

What could go wrong with cloning a woolly mammoth? They’re not carnivores!

Nothing like this happened to me while I was coaching Little League.

I really miss “Calvin and Hobbes”, too.

That’s some kind of pro-life philosophy you’ve got there.

Yes, it’s time to review FAA guidelines on electronic gizmos.

Cutting funds for lead poisoning prevention is an exceedingly stupid and short-sighted thing to do.

The killing of Trayvon Martin is horrible and heartbreaking. I’m glad to see there is a criminal investigation going on, but there needs to be justice for this innocent victim.

With friends like these, who feels the need to distance himself?

“This used to be called “political correctness” and, believe it or not, it was once associated with liberals.”

Having Andy Fastow give a lecture on ethics is like having a bunch of celibate old men testify about the need for contraception. What the hell did you think was going to happen?

Thirteen pages about revenue neutral tax reform, without naming a single specific item to reform.

New frontiers in conservative attack “journalism”.

The Unsinkable Molly Brown was actually prepared to go down with the ship.

The whole kerfuffle about naughty words on TV is boring and mostly tiresome. Context matters, you know.

This was certainly an interesting week for the Etch A Sketch spokesperson.

The right to birth control is only 40 years old. And if some people have their way, it won’t get any older.

Speaking of birth control and people who should have taken greater advantage of it, John Edwards was in the news again.

Hey, Geraldo, my five-year-old daughter loves wearing hoodies. Do I need to worry about some asshole shooting her?

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One Response to Weekend link dump for March 25

  1. Ross says:

    I agree that the Trayvon Martin killing needs additional investigation – the police there did an abysmal job at first. However, it’s too early to say either party was innocent or guilty. There are too many unanswered questions.

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