...and now a word from Galileo:


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He never met my brother.

Ayup. Everyone has something to teach, even if it's just how not to do it.


Galileo was an optimist.


I'm with Randy & Galileo on this one. I've known some people so ignorant (& some so evil) that there was nothing to be learned from them in an affirmative sense--but they were founts of negative lessons.


Terwilly man is correct again. Take Rex, for example.


Thanks Cowboy... but PLEASE let "R" go.

“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.” – Samuel Adams


Ol' Sam didn't have much sympathy for the loyalists.


T. Did you make a resolution to not have any fun. Get the starch out of yer pants man. Just some "inside humor". I thought it was a very funny comment, but sometimes I crack my self up too much.


The last time "R" was in the mix, you reminded me of a quotation from Heinlein. I've realized that dwelling on "R" (or reasoning with Leftists) is a supremely Sisyphean endeavor.

Just for kicks, I checked out "R's" web page a couple times in its early stages (I guess it's still there). The "life-long Republican" was suddenly a "life-long Libertarian"--AND he's an avid Obama supporter. He did this sad "critique" of a Boortz piece (I'm not a big Boortz fan, but when he's right, he's right). Somebody must have told him how bad it was & he pulled it (pretty bad when you have to have a redacted blog). The real clinker was when I checked out the few "comments" that had been posted to a few "threads"--they had all been done by proxy through fringe web sites--likely by the same person (they were all executed the same way, & in too bizarre a fashion to have been done by different people). Hmmmm... I wonder who that could have been.

At the bottom, I see "R's" forays here as a play for publicity, & I'd just as soon not give him any. That way, it will be less humiliating for him when he finally comes around.

Call me an old softy.


Hey Cowboy

Look at the word that T. bolded. That's tongue-in-cheek funny.

I'm still waiting for "the brain trust with the mondo global perspective" to respond to the fact that there is indeed a shared border between Alaska and Russia.

Must be working on another comic book.


Here's a book he could handle:

"Highlights for Dummies"


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