meehawl all that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned

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Bollixed In Baghdad

The Iraq war could be heading to its decisive moment: a battle for the capital of Baghdad that already has turned dramatically bloodier for American soldiers and carries enormous stakes for the country’s future....

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More Mark Foley Arseholery

U.S. Rep. Mark Foley, one of Washington’s leading advocates for missing and exploited kids, doesn’t like the idea of a clothes-free camp for teenagers [Foley singled] out Lake Como nudist resort in Land O’Lakes,...

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Sissy Babyfur

So I noticed that there is currently only a single entry for sissy babyfur on Google. So now there are two. Sissy babyfurs are, apparently, people who combine the fetishes of paraphilic infantilism (adult...

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Words To Live By

Republicans were aghast at Clinton’s behavior, with many saying it showed he had lied and abused his power. “It’s vile,” said Rep. Mark Foley, R-West Palm Beach. “It’s more sad than anything else, to...

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Bye Bye Habeas Corpus, We Hardly Knew Ye

The [US] Senate on Thursday approved President Bush’s plan to question and try foreign terrorism suspects before military judges — without oversight by the federal courts … some lawmakers, Republicans as well as Democrats,...

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Bringing Up The Rear

GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS INDEX RANKINGS 2006 (2005) 1: Switzerland (4) 2: Finland: (2) 3: Sweden (7) 4: Denmark (3) 5: Singapore (5) 6: United States (1) 7: Japan (10) 8: Germany (6) 9: Netherlands (11)...

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No Pain Lots Of Gain

For an aggressive trader betting other people’s money, swinging for fences entails little risk: “Eighty percent chance I make another $100 million; 20 percent chance we bomb and I get another job.” It’s no...

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Up and Down

Brian Hunter, 32, raked in an estimated US$75-million to US$100-million in 2005, good for a share of 29th spot in Trader Monthly’s annual ranking. Mr. Hunter generated US$800-million in profit for his employer, Amaranth...

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Oisíns, Wōdens, and Eshus, Oh My!

A team from Oxford University has discovered that the Celts, Britain’s indigenous people, are descended from a tribe of Iberian fishermen who crossed the Bay of Biscay 6,000 years ago. DNA analysis reveals they...