Thursday, November 01, 2007

DCeptette: Incarnate memories prevail.

  1. I think it's awesome that Russia's version of FEMA is called the Ministry of Extraordinary Situations. Could you imagine being the actual Minister of Extraordinary Situations? That would be awesome. You'd probably get to have super powers and shit. Still, it'd be really bush league to lord it over the good people at the Ministry of Ordinary Situations. They work hard, too. [Grammar.Police]
  2. Paul Waldman: absolutely right on Tim Russert. [TAP]
  3. Want to see what waterboarding looks like? Surprise: it's not the pleasant "dunk in the water" Dick Cheney would have you believe it is. Still, I'd love to see Giuliani subjected to it. [New York Daily News]
  4. Gosh. This is probably the single most pointless and superfluous piece of political criticism I've read this year. Didn't have much to say about the world this Halloween, did you? [Metroblogs]
  5. Ahh, secret societies. UVa was chock-a-block with them, each more bewildering than the last. Here's a fundamental tip, though: when naming your secret society, try not to introduce yourself as being "...of Bailey's Crossroads." Sorta kills the mystique. [Wonkette]

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