Saturday, June 27, 2009

Leave It to Carol!

Carol's Full Metal Jacket Reach Around:

Leave it to Beaver was an overly romanticized look at family life in the late 50s and early 60s. Ward and June Cleaver are raising two sons: Wally and Theodore, who everyone calls by the nickname "Beaver."

Beaver is a kid who gets into trouble usually because one of his friends talks him into it. It is then that his father Ward has to help straighten the situation out by gently but firmly teaching Beaver the lessons of life.

Overly romanticized? Yet bet. The Beaver still brings smiles to my face.

Let’s get started with our weekly FMJRA ritual that shamelessly obeys Rule 2 on how to get a million hits on your blog.

Our taciturn professor at American Power gets into a flamethrowing contest with a verbose atheist-libertarian-socialist-vegan haggis-eatin’-blogger. There’s also a dynamic Photoshop™ of the blogger as well. Have a look and a laugh.

Saber Point’s Stogie kicks in with a few definitions of a libertarian-socialist too.

Pat, our Southern Belle, at And So It Goes In Shreveport points out some “fun facts” about Cap And Trade. Teh. Something about a SCOTUS ruling to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from your nostrils to your lawn mower.

Dave, the proprietor of At The Point Of A Gun, has two great posts. The first is a school-age Barry at the blackboard as a kind of ”Johnny One Note” and the second is a kind of Sherlock Holmesian detective piece on how Fearless Reader is better than you.

Common Cents strongly believes in common sense and points out that Congressman Barney Frank is up to his old tricks, this time with more power. He wants to “roll the dice” again with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Good gweef, Bahney. You’re such a putz.

Cyclops Guy over at Eye of Polyphemus has a little cheesecake for the cheesecake lover in you.
The lovely Fausta injects some humor into the carbon offsets scam by informing us that shallow breathers and couch potatoes will reap a goldmine from those who “spew out earth-threatening gas at an alarming rate. Are you reading this, Trog?

The eternal optimist, Fishersville Mike has some good news from South Carolina.

Kathy Shaidle’s Five Feet of Fury offers some valuable information for the time zone challenged.

A courageous woman flips the bird to the president and the Founding Bloggers has the pic.

The newest addition to the No Sheeples Here blogroll is Left Coast Rebel. Tim doesn’t disappoint with his piece on adventures on the high seas. Shiver me timbers!

Carlos, my dear, I considered not mentioning your blog this week because you highlighted the score of a certain baseball game involving a certain team that I love. It’s only because you’re so darn cute and you stole my heart some time back that I have decided to be the better person and throw you some linky-love.

Hammer Time for health care? Legal Insurrection declares a Michael Dukakis “kah-kah” boo boo.

The pearl-wearing scourge of the blogosphere, Little Miss Attila, reminds us that no one likes a whistleblower who doesn’t play well with others.

Moe Lane alerts us to The Great Mutated Frog Pollution Scare.

Paco intertwines the drama of stooges, buckets of water and toy trains.

Is it correct to pluralize the word “woman” as “wimmin”? Read Dan Collins’ piece on Angry Wimmin.

I think William Teach over at Pirate’s Cove believes that Harry Reid should walk the plank or some such. Aaaargh!

Power Line lines up the case that our would-be masters have no intention of relying on the hideously substandard socialized medicine they intend to ram down our throats.

Imagine you’re at the poker table and you’ve been dealt three aces. You ask the dealer for one more card and that card is the fourth ace in the deck. How can you lose the game? Oh you can and Pundit & Pundette explain the rules of the game.

Red State has a meme on electricity rates: Barry Soetoro stars in The Electric Horseman.
Are we trading our wealth for politics? The carnivorous conservative, Dan Riehl of Riehl World View, has a thought or two on the subject.

Is America in a death spiral? John Hawkins discusses the looter/moocher sleeper hold on productivity in his piece entitled, “Will Atlas Shrugged Come True?”

The Astute Bloggers have dubbed Dear Leader a sociopath who thinks maybe our elderly would be better off not having needed surgery and take a painkiller instead. Heartless. Simply heartless.

What we have here is a stunning case of eco-douchebaggery. Jesse, my spellchecker says that’s not a word. I like it nonetheless. Go have a peek at Athens Runaway.

Mr. Million Hits schools Jesse Hathaway, the Ohio Snark King.

Andrea Shea King connects the dots on the shady shenanigans of the Simon Corp. [Obambots] as they shut down the upcoming Atlanta Tea Party.

From the bowl of the Rude Dog we have a tale of two women, or is that now “wimmin”?

The Deucemeister over at Skepticrats has a post up about Chairman Maobama’s directive to bring me some “ethicists” who see nothing wrong with cloning humans for experimentation.

The Sundries Shack’s Jimmie Bise wants to put a “cap” in the cap and trade program which will kill jobs and cost you a lot more money and will have no discernible effect on the environment.
“Common sense and a sense of humor is the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humor is just common sense, dancing.” The TrogloPundit could not resist firing up his 1953 IBM 8088 processor with 256KB of memory [he is a caveman after all] to download some “Thriller” videos. A day later he was able to dance to them.

Monica, not of Lewinsky fame, but Conyers of Detroit City Council President Pro Tem fame is in a weeeeeeeeee bit’o’dookie and the blogprof has every sordid detail over at his place. What’s that you say? Couldn't have happened to a more deserving politician. Right you are!

A delusional Democrat who’s lying? WHAAAAAAAT? Trac-A-‘Crat drops a dime on Lies And The Lying Liars Who Tell Them.

I had my doubts about whether Wiki rocks but Velociworld desperately tries to point his readers to a very odd co-inky-dinky.

Well, that’s a wrap for this week. Tune in again next week for another exciting edition of Full Metal Jacket Reach-Around. Please enjoy this episode of “Leave It To Beaver”.

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