EGR/MB: what's so funny?
Oct 19, 2005 00:56 PDT
Who says history has to be boring and (ewww) objective? There's
more to this one, but you have to go to the site, as there are pictures
involved and so forth. But it's short and, trust me, even you
can understand it.
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[snip - all context
Perhaps not so btw,
Himmelfarb is a leading neoconservative [<font color="#cc0000"
face="Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif">oxymoron alert<font
face="Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif">] intellectual whom <a
target="_blank">The New Criterion, in reviewing the above book,
called "one of today's most eminent practitioners of history." She was <a
a National Humanities Medal
by President George W. Bush in 2004 and cited "for her critical
analysis of history, which has yielded insights into... the foundations
of our culture."
Indeed. Compare those
covers once again.
If this post seems out of
place here, it is here because
a theme of the book -- a grace-note perhaps, but nonetheless -- will be
the inclination of the NewAge++ toward misdirection, as we see here,
and outright plagiarism. It seems to have become A-OK with this crowd
to appropriate anything they might have thought as their own.
Which fits quite nicely, if you think about it, with claiming and
colonizing already occupied countries.*
Plus, it's worth noting that the NewAge++ are now available in all your
favorite political flavors!
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Forgive me if I've already told you this, but I have a plan to claim
target="_blank">local Target store
for the Queen of Spain. I figure if I can get an outlaw biker gang to
back me up with stolen heavy construction equipment, I might be able to
hold onto it long enough to make CNN. I'll spend the rest of my life in
the slammer, sure, but imagine the cred...
"What's he in
Who that guy? Him and a
bunch of berserker biker dudes claimed a Target store for the Queen of
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reach out and crush someone