Mar 2nd 2010 5:27PM Here. Here.
They should be smaller, but solid gold. They are ugly, oversized and cheap looking.
Feb 22nd 2010 5:17PM I disagree with the entire premise that most human pallets can taste the difference between "freshly" ground coffe and coffee that has been ground over a week ago and put in the refrigerator. Maybe some people can tell the difference, but I doubt any significant numbers can.
Its a bit like the stereo systems that purport to have ultra high fidelity. Problem with the claims of some of these systems (and their proponents) is that the human ear cannot distinguish the ultra high or low frequency sound differences after a certain level. All the extra "ultra" is a waste of money.
I think pretty much the same is true of a really good bottle of wine, say at around $20 to $75 and those at a much higher price. Who can really tell.
Ibid for cigars. I have had a good quality $12 to $22 cigar that is indistinguishable from a $300 cuban.
Its all a bunch of malarky. I think.
Nov 13th 2009 12:12PM Right on.
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Nov 13th 2009 12:03PM Like, calm down, girl. It's just tit for tat. Nuttin' more. Chill. Don't be so "righteous" . . . it's . . . like . . . ugly.
Nov 11th 2009 12:50PM I think you are partially correct: especially about Hannity stirring things up. Mainly, his comment that Hasan said he "was a Muslim first and an American second." So what, many on the American Right would say they were "a Christian first and and American second." Rightly so. No shame. No blame. Why is this any different for a Muslim. While I am not personnally comfortable with that statement, that is simply because I am not a Muslim. Were I Muslim, it would be as natural to my ear as hearing it from a Christian.
However, I must take exception to your blaming the right for the propagation of unverified comments made by Hasan. Remember the unverified comment attributed to Rush? And, I must say, those comments were propagated largely by a press that knew they were not substantiated and would likely never be. With Hasan's alleged comments, there is some rational behind believing they were made.
I am simply reminding you that left wing liberal hypocrits stand out like a sore thumb when they acuse the right of doing the very thing they have made into a lifestyle themselves.
Jul 10th 2009 12:49PM An excellent article. Much better said, and researched, than one or two recent emails I have sent to certain columnist at the Post. But, boy, are you on the mark.
The greatest disappointment, and frustration, I have had in watching the policitcal scene from the era of Clinton on is the untoward liberal bias in the media. The country is served so poorly by this group of people who do their unfathomably important job so inadequately.
Oct 3rd 2008 2:42PM The debate was about Palin. Could she stand her ground against Biden, answer questions coherently or at least deal with them with appropriate political speak. something most media outlets have made plain that she is incapable of doing. We saw Palin. She did survive and was also quite refreshing. Though not as substanative as Biden, who after all has 30 plus years in the Senate, she was quite impressive for someone who has only been on the political national scene for four weeks -- most of that being catigated by the media.