Category Archives: Blasts from the past

Oh wow, man

Cheech and Chong are on Mad TV, and, well, I have something to confess: Stoner humor is apparently just as funny today as it was when I was fourteen years old. Either that, or Mad TV’s writers got way better. … Continue reading

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Memories fade; blog posts remain

I can’t stop reading my archives. The personal posts, the humor posts, a few of the news posts, but mostly, the old stuff about my life four years ago. Really, it’s fascinating. I mean, I know that four years ago, … Continue reading

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Unspeakable

This post was first published on January 12, 2005, during the time when I was working seven days a week. One of those jobs was temping for Kelly Services. Regular readers know I’ve been temping lately. One of my temp … Continue reading

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Hulk smash election!

This post was originally published on September 7, 2004. As my regular readers know, the Hulk makes appearances on this blog from time to time. During my time off, I had the opportunity to discuss the election with him. Our … Continue reading

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Arab anti-Semitism: It’s pandemic

This post was first published on July 29, 2004. It is just as relevant today as it was four and a half years ago. And the reason I’m republishing it: The Egyptians are calling Avigdor Lieberman “racist.” For the past … Continue reading

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The Stan Lee [Hulk] Solution

This post was first published May 2, 2002. Regular readers of this blog may have noticed that from time to time, I’ve been taking the Hulk perspective on various problems, specifically the Middle East. Well, when you take a hard … Continue reading

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My seventh blogiversary

Seven years ago today—months before Instapundit existed—I launched Yourish.com. Here’s what I wrote in that first post: Blogging. The new media term taking the Net by storm. Short for Weblog, to Blog is to put up a web site that … Continue reading

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Legal approaches to prevent offense to islam

Michelle Malkin has an item today about demands from the Gulf to pass laws forbidding the insulting of Islam. Combined with the recent re-publication of the Danish Mo cartoons, these unacceptable acts of free speech have Muslim “scholars” demanding that … Continue reading

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Okay, this is funny

I’d forgotten that I can be very, very funny sometimes. I need to get back into this habit. Don’t think this will go anywhere in the JIBs, though. I didn’t see a category for cats.

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Arrest Warrant Issued in Wisconsin

This post was originally published on June 18, 2005. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA—An arrest warrant was issued in Wisconsin for the murder of a bluejay by Tigger Yourish of Richmond, Virginia. Following the highly unsuccessful attempt to allow hunting of feral cats, … Continue reading

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Terms of Use

All those litmus tests in the neighborhood reminded me that I need to bring my old Terms of Use page into the modern era of this blog. So here are the terms, slightly updated. And for your information, yes, some … Continue reading

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Destination: Six feet under Hell

Meryl’s always saying “Just die already” to Holocaust deniers, anti-Semites, and unrepentant Nazis. Well, he took a long time to do it, but French collaborator Maurice Papon eventually caved in. Don’t put a headstone over his grave… build a urinal … Continue reading

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The more things change: Media Bias Dept.

This postwas originally published on May 24, 2002. The Times is running scared Meryl Evans forwarded me this story, which did, indeed, bring a smile to my face. (Thanks, kiddo.) The New York Times boycott is apparently working, and working … Continue reading

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The Wandering Jew

The world does not like the Jews Continue reading

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Darth Vader: The Exclusive Interview

The exclusive Darth Vader interview Continue reading

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