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I have found a new science fiction author who writes something worth reading! A while back, I was reading Doug Stewartâ€™s blog and he mentioned getting a particular book for his birthday. Interestingly enough the author of Old Manâ€™s War, John Scalzi, stopped by Dougâ€™s blog and wished
on December 31, 2006 when we review these; I have included some editorial comments in italics. Weather ” Literal Barrage: The Only 2006 Predictions Thread Worth Reading – ” RedState has compiled a fairly extensive list of predictions for the year 2006 as proffered by various bloggers of
Memorable Phrase of the Year to inspire my resolutions Man, that’s ruff ! Michelle Malkin: Endorsement For A Lawless State? The Only 2006 Predictions Thread Worth Reading Sorbet Combo at Rouge Iâ€™m Baaaaack Gay Cowboys? Reading as a weapon in the culture war Open Thread Embattled Bush
satisfyingly huge monsters to wallop. And also, today’s Scots word of the day: “stramash”. Usually a big fight, can sometimes just mean a crowd getting rowdy. Here is the Guardian’s comment on it – and an American take on it, with a selection of ot…
also generally been positive. This review at Book Fetish gives it fives stars (“hardcore, unapologetic Heinlein-esque military Sci-Fi”), and this review at Literal Barrage is also nice (“I’m pleased to report that I enjoyed this book greatly”). And over at Byzantium’s Shores, Jaquandor
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10/27/2005 @ 6:55 am [â€¦] Fortunately, the news of the withdrawal has brought Patterico back off the window ledge, while Scott Ott notes the lighter side of the whole affair. [â€¦] Pingback byOpposing The Miers Nomination, Or: I AM The Base, Jive Turkey! at Literal Barrage â€” 10/27/2005 @ 6:58 am The conservativesâ€™ clarion call (CCC) has consistently been that a qualified candidate nominated by the president deserves an up-or-down vote on the floor of the US Senate. The
Baseball hall of famer Kirby Puckett passed away monday at the age of 44 [IMG :(] . A great player and a wonderful personality. Center field suddenly feels empty now Puckett in hall of fame. Wikipedia Kirby Puckett tribute at mlb.com Technorati Tags: baseball, kirby+puckett, mlb
But I guess an Academy stupid enough to nominate Munich and Crash would also be stupid enough to give the award to one of them. Read Queering the Apparatus, Towleroad, The State of …, Brokeback Blokes, The Envelope (LAT),Literal Barrage, Molly Saves the Day, Celebrity Wonk, Deadline Hollywood for more coherent thoughts.
More on this thread: Literal Barrage / Video Games: The Proving Grounds For Our Next-Gen Soldiers – Blackfive has a nifty piece about a new addition to the U.S. Marines’ arsenal – the M-32 “Six Pack” grenade launcher. Whereas our soldiers and Marines have previously been restricted to using the single-shot M-203 under-barrell grenade launcher for
there are films that win in the short term with that strategy, but there are just as many losers.Â The long term effects are painful to watch.Â Moviegoers who are just bored with what they see.Â Movies – like the award shows that surround them -are no longer remarkable. This yearâ€™s Oscars contained more than once reference to how much better a movie is in the theater.Â I wonâ€™t argue with that.Â But the movie itself has to be something special.Â Â Transporter 2
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