Elsewhere in the goofusphere...

At Big Boy Jammies, the Cretin Jewels has...er...something to say. Something about breasts, and McDonald's, and how Germans dress like cowboys, and after that I sort of lose track. I'd tell you more, but BBJ seems to have crashed under the weight of its own pomposity.

Meanwhile, at Butt Propulsion Laboratories, the Hindrocket spins so hard he attains Nirvana: in a piece entitled "Good News From Iraq", John cites an AP report.

The number of bodies found so far this month in Baghdad - most of them shot and showing signs of torture - has dropped by nearly 50 percent to 494 as of Monday night, compared with 954 in January and 1,222 in December, according to figures compiled by The Associated Press.

A mere 500 tortured, mutilated victims of gunshot murder? It's like Shangri-La! "So far,so good," concludes the Hindrocket. (Elsewhere at BPL, Scott confesses an embarrassing personal problem in the headline of his latest piece.)

Over at NRO, John Derbyshire sez: Names are for white people. The rest of you can just go by "hey you" or "Darkie #6", etc.

The Dean checks in with a rundown of the realness, because he's from the streets. That's just who he is. Real, according to the Dean: Ann Coulter, Keith Olbermann, Ted Kennedy, Dinesh D'Souza. Frontin', according to the Dean: Al Gore, Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, John Edwards. Next week, Hugh Hewitt will challenge Dennis Prager to a freestyle battle over who is more on the frontlines of terror.

Finally, over at LGF, Chuckles had something to say about how a UN ambassador was photographed in the same room as a Muslim, proving that neither of them are Superman, and continued his inexplicable crusade against Digg, whatever that is, but his site crashed my browser so I can't really remember the details. The whole internet is going crazy! Crazy, I tell you!

Oh, and Town Hall carries a photo of Mitt Romney with a halo, and Pajamas Media carries a photo of an Iranian girl in Norway carrying a sign in English to protest Pakistan.

1 comment:

Lesley said...

and this crazy comment from laura bush:

Iraq is mostly stable, it's just that "one bombing a day that discourages everyone"

one bomb a day is strongly discouraged in my neighbourhood. indeed, canada's had a zero bomb a day policy for as long as i can remember.

wonder why these folks got so upset on 9/11. after all, it only happened once and it wasn't even a bomb!