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    Close to Home

    Wow, I was surprised to find this quote in the body of the story on euthanasia in the Netherlands that Drudge has on red alert: “Measures that might marginally extend a child’s life by minutes or hours or days or weeks are stopped. This happens routinely, namely, every…
    Locker Room contributor, November 30, 2004
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    Vomited Verbage

    Now, I know this may be a few years old, but wow, how could I not post this. The results of the Philosophy & Literature‘s Fourth Annual Bad Writing Contest. As is explained in the article, The Bad Writing Contest celebrates the most stylistically lamentable passages found in…
    Locker Room contributor, November 30, 2004
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    We Started the Trend

    The mainstream media would like you to think that Julia Roberts is breaking old/new ground by reviving the name “Hazel” for her newborn daughter. Well, my wife and I beat her by a long-shot: our 5-year-old’s name is Hazel. A very cool related story: A couple of years…
    Locker Room contributor, November 30, 2004
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    Princeton “bioethicist” hails child-bearing ? for purpose of organ-harvesting

    I must admit; my main interest in passing along the atrocious comments by Peter Singer is to quote from my good friend Randy, who typed the following upon reading the article: i’m convinced that the ivies keep bug eyed madmen like singer around for ballbusting purposes, so that a…
    Locker Room contributor, November 30, 2004
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    Write your own jokes for this

    Law Prohibits Dog and Cat in Same House…
    Locker Room contributor, November 30, 2004
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    UNCG conservative describes “tolerance” there

    Carolinian token conservative columnist Melissa Westmoreland describes the landscape: Most of the conservative students that I asked say that in class discussions, it is usually apparent what side the teacher agrees with, and this discourages students with different viewpoints from saying what they believe. Some students would never dare…
    Locker Room contributor, November 30, 2004
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    Crushing blow for Smart Growth in Portland

    While I would love to take credit for this one, it was actually a blurb on Otis White’s column at Government.com. This is an update on the situation in Portland and how property owners are fighting back against the ridiculous “Smart Growth” urban boundary laws. What comes to mind when…
    Locker Room contributor, November 30, 2004
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    Re: Under Pressure

    Here are some other things that are missing from the Charlotte Public Schools (feel free to add to the list): God Biology teachers that are not state certified but have a masters in biology. Funding that is received voluntarily from its customers. Student lockers that need no locks because there…
    Locker Room contributor, November 30, 2004