The Illustrated Frank J: Less About Liking Him, More About His Enemies Are Idiots

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In Five Years, There’d Be a Shortage of Sand

New studies estimate that there are 150 million pieces of space junk orbiting the earth which could potentially damage a spacecraft or satellite.

I can only think of one path to clear skies – create a government program whose purpose is to maintain the current level of space junk.

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Cartoon of the Day – Free Speech


[Michael P. Ramirez]

“Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views.” ― William F. Buckley Jr.

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Monday Night Open Thread

It’s Monday night! Don’t look at that like it’s a bad thing. You see, that Monday at work? It’s over. Behind you. Done. In the past.

Oh, and in less than 96 hours, it’ll be Friday night and the beginning of the weekend.

So, it’s a mix of happy and sad. And that made me think of this:

[The YouTube]

The topic, or topics, discussed tonight are entirely up to you. Tell a joke, make up a lie, share your darkest secret, whatever you like. It’s Monday Night Open Thread.

Who wants to start?

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I’m Sure the Bay Area Was a Popular Destination

Census data shows that more than 1 million people moved out of the New York area to other parts of the country – the highest negative net migration rate among the nation’s large population centers.

I can only assume they moved to parts of the country that already had the soda bans they so desperately craved.

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What’s Really Disturbing Is How Well This Works

[The Silence of the Lambs as a Romantic Comedy – Trailer Mix] (Viewer #180,318)

Ah, the power of music and selective editing.

Remember this any time you watch anything on TV from any media source.

And don’t even get me started on campaign commercials, which have it down to a boring science of “scary words and music over black and white picture of my opponent, followed by happy music and a color picture of me standing in front of a flag”.

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Link of the Day: Because, Realistically, Bathroom Laws Do About As Much Good As Gun Control Laws

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A Conservative Defense of Transgender Rights

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Lacks the Beautiful Plumage of Her Norwegian Cousin, Though

Celebrating her 30th birthday, Knoxville Zoo’s Einstein the Gray Parrot has a vocabulary of over 200 words.

Amazing! That’s nearly twice as many as the next-smartest parrot or MSNBC host.

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The Real Reason the Left Hates Trump’s Foreign Policy

[High Praise! to Freedom Is Just Another Word]

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Straight Line of the Day: Berkeley Students Plan to Celebrate the Arrival of Ann Coulter on Campus by…

Works like this: I feed you Moon Nukers a straight line, and you hit me with a punch line in the comments.

Berkeley students plan to celebrate the arrival of Ann Coulter on campus by…

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The Illustrated Frank J: Now That That One’s Gone, I Think We Should Replace It With a Bigger, Less Non-Nuclear One

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“Flight of the Bumblebee” Is the New “Stairway to Heaven”

A new study finds that the music in pop songs is getting faster and blames listeners’ diminishing attention spans.

Sounds over-exaggerated to me… although I did skip 3 Pandora songs while reading that headline.

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Cartoon of the Day – Pedestal


[Michael P. Ramirez]

The hypocrisy of the left … well, I was going to say it never ceases to amaze me. But, I’ve seen it so much and for so long that I’m not amazed by the everyday ordinary.

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Sunday Night Open Thread

Yes, it’s still an Open Thread. That usually means fun discussions, silly jokes, and a general good time.

Beth Cleaver is on my mind, though. She lost her latest battle with cancer yesterday. Some of you may remember her old blog, “My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy.” Some of you may have followed her when she moved to The Facebook. Of course, some of you may never have followed her at all.

Briefly, and quite insufficiently, she was a loving mother, an Air Force veteran, and a patriot. Each of those is more than many people ever are or were. She was all that and much more.

Yes, it’s Open Thread. And yes, that’s usually happy stuff. So let’s keep it happy. If you knew or followed Beth, and you have some fun or funny stories to share, please do. Try keeping it PG-13, as she had a mouth on her.

If you didn’t, but have a fun story to share about a friend you’ve lost, please do.

And, of course, if you just want to have some other fun, feel free. We could all use a laugh right about now.

So, who wants to start?

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The Illustrated Frank J: He Had a Math Error on Line 36! Hillary’s President Now, Right?

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