June 28, 2004

Mini linky love

While I was on vacation, I had a dream that I was in Hell. Today, awake at work, I realize that my dream was better than today. In any event, here's some linky goodness to get things up and running at the Physics Geek again. More to follow. Someday.

Someone is dissecting The Big Blowhard's latest crockumentary, lie by lie. Great idea. I'd do it myself but I can't force myself to spend money on a ticket.

So no doctor would ever "assist" in someone's death without their consent. Oh really?

Vox offers a history lesson to some of today's public school graduates. Okay, mostly the leftist kind.

John Hawkins describes liberal foreign policy in a nut(ball)shell.

Annika posts a headline that ESPN is sure to steal. Not.

It's teenagers such as this one that give me hope for the future. Link via Jen Speaks via Annika.

The Puppy Blender expounds on hypocrisy from the Left. And yes, I know that's a redundant statement.

Begging to Differ analyzes Extreme Bullshit Farenheit 9/11 and links to reactions from others around the Internet. My favorite was from Andrew Sullivan: "I'd address the arguments, if there were any."

Spoons is apparently unhappy about the recent flap over Jew-munition in the freaking US House of Representatives. Excerpt:

Let me get this straight. We're so goddamn sensitive and solicitous of the Nazi sentiment that pervades that Arab world that we're now supposed to ask the goddamn terrorist cocksuckers which mutherfucking bullets they prefer to be shot with so we don't hurt their fucking feelings?

Jesus Fucking Christ!
Neil Abercrombie (D - HI)
Curt Weldon (R -PA)
You bastards are on my fucking list.

Don't hold back, dude. Tell us how you really feel. Heh.

Harvey posts some interesting links, including a recipe for a Harvey. The last ingredient is, umm, interesting. Here are a couple of variations for me:

How to make a Physics Geek
Ingredients:
3 parts competetiveness
5 parts brilliance
3 parts leadership
Method:
Stir together in a glass tumbler with a salted rim. Serve with a slice of curiosity and a pinch of salt. Yum!

Username:

Personality cocktail
From Go-Quiz.com
How to make a Matthew
Ingredients:
5 parts pride
5 parts humour
5 parts empathy
Method:
Blend at a low speed for 30 seconds. Serve with a slice of curiosity and a pinch of salt. Yum!

Username:

Personality cocktail
From Go-Quiz.com

Gag. I like this one better:

How to make a matthew
Ingredients:
1 part anger
5 parts silliness
1 part ego
Method:
Stir together in a glass tumbler with a salted rim. Top it off with a sprinkle of curiosity and enjoy!

Username:

Personality cocktail
From Go-Quiz.com

However, I did like the different results from the Warning Label quiz:

Physics Geek is poisonous! Induce vomitting if ingested.
N
POISON

Username:
From Go-Quiz.com

and

>
WARNING
Matthew is radioactive. Wear protective clothing at all times.

Username:
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Comments

Yeah, I think that last recipe pretty much captures the essence of you :-)

Posted by: Harvey at June 29, 2004 07:06 PM