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Inanity of Dancing at the Jefferson Memorial

June 24, 2011

Dancing at the Jefferson Memorial is an inanity that can draw the attention of Capitol Police and Park Rangers. Keep in mind that it’s often hard to distinguish between someone with ill-intent and a harmless asshole.

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Considering the Inanity of The Rapture in an Addled Mind

May 21, 2011

My final words on “The Rapture” … or are they?

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Letter Supporting James Tate Attending Shelton High School Senior Prom

May 13, 2011

James Tate is more like Greg Brady than John Hinckley. Punish him accordingly.

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Inanity of Celebrating Mom With One Day

May 8, 2011

Is Mother’s Day really fitting recognition for mom?

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Inanity of War and Keeping My Niece Out of It

May 6, 2011

The inanity of war is manifest, so I did what any loving uncle would do – find a way to keep his niece out of it.

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Special Forces Like SEAL Team 6 Are Indeed Special

May 4, 2011

There is a lot of buzz about SEAL Team 6 and rightly so. They are indeed special forces, but they are special for many reasons.

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The Inanity of Osama and His Jihad: A Letter to Osama

May 3, 2011

My open letter to Osama Bin Laden.

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Inanity Alert: Conservative Republicans Try to Kill Medicare, But Elderly Notice

April 29, 2011

Republicans thought their efforts to kill Medicare would go unnoticed. They were wrong.

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Best Cars for Speed Are From Ford and Chrysler

April 28, 2011

The topic of “best car for speed” is a controversial topic because it requires you to consider more subjective aspects of the car to make a meaningful selection. It’s harder than you think.

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Inanity of Facebook Polls About Presidents

April 25, 2011

A Facebook poll can be useful, but a recent one is speaking volumes about how deluded some people are.

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