Monthly Archives: December 2006
Hello! Congratulations on your purchase of Robson’s Kith and Kin Kleanser, the exciting New Year’s Eve game for the whole family to make sure there’s no whole family this time next year. Works great on acquaintances, too. Horrible truths can … Continue reading
Well, it’s Dec. 22 and I’m dreeeeaming of a white whale. Not, I hasten to add, because I hope for blubber in my stocking Christmas morning. Rather, certain news stories about the fragility of life remind me of a strangely … Continue reading
The Canucks in Canuckville liked freedom a lot,
But the Grinches who ruled from above them did not.
What Canucks called tradition they deemed mere delusion,
What Canucks thought was freedom they renamed confusion.
Where buyers and sellers in markets were free,
They cried exploitation … Continue reading
What would Caesar do in Iraq? I ask not only because it was in that region that Julius Caesar came, saw and conquered. I ask because Imperial Romans habitually thought clearly and acted decisively on geopolitical questions.
As democratic politicians too … Continue reading