Archive for March 2013
…unless you think Cesar Chavez is a fitting graphic for this Holy Day. Much more to my liking is Andrew Malcolm charming tale of his attempt to explain the Easter bunny and its eggs to brand new Vietnamese immigrants in the Vietnam era.
And for those of you who didn’t make it to worship today, a truly beautiful music video.
A denial of service attack is slowing the internet, and probably will for a while yet. What I’m curious about is that if you’re angry about being named as a spammer, why would you deny it and then flood the internet with… spam?
This article offers a more layman-friendly explanation of the entire affair.
Jeannie DeAngelis has a devastating column on what the two daughters of His Oneness and Our Lady of Perpetual Dissatisfaction are really learning from the examples their parents set.
Yogi Love puts the Cyprus debacle into proper perspective.
It will probably fail to reach the required 100,000 signatures, but this petition to have Congress critters wear patches indicating their big donors, similar to the patches worn by NASCAR drivers, is too good not to sign. I tend to use these White House petitions as a form of protest, so do your part and join in!
h/t to Andrew Johnson at The Corner, National Review Online