A. K. A. Loose Canon
But I do:Teams of men engaged in athletic endeavor ought not to embrace one another except, as briefly and awkwardly as possible, after a championship victory, and should never shed tears owing to either victory or defeat, though patriotic emotion is acceptable. Instead the male volleyballers have a gang make-out session after each point. Even the swimmers have taken to hugging one another over their lane barriers.
Hitchens wrote that in London, the whole town was in tears when Her Bimboness Diana died. He thought that to be undignified in the extreme, and I agree.
Trying to argue Cartesian logic with Debbie. Not much different than arguing with Charly.
Rep. Ryan uses ad babinem arguments on Debbie. They're not Archimedean enough for you, are they, Logician Tecs?
Ad babinem. I like that coinage. You ever tried that ploy?
Logic with women is a waste of time, I think. Am I wrong?
How's that for non-Aristotelian logic: At a Burbank, California, Costco store, Rivers, 79, handcuffed herself to a shopping cart on August 7 while repeatedly saying Costco was violating her First Amendment rights by not selling her books. “They have no right; the First Amendment says I can sell my book,” Rivers said at her protest, as several of her associates shouted “First Amendment!” Rivers ended her protest talking more about the First Amendment, before police escorted away.
Pavlov smiles: Leading Democrats used strikingly similar language in their first-round efforts to knock down Ryan.
Yeah, da Party Line schtick is gonna lead to remarkably similar lines from the members of da Party. Remarkable that they noticed.
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