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.