Friday, July 21, 2006

Round the Horn. An Irwin J. McIckleson Production



Good morning all. This is Irwin J. McIckleson, fictional Plutocrat from the 1910s. July 21, 1918 to be precise. In case you were wondering.

Lets get right to it.

A Blog Around the Clock considers
an interesting question. If one could practice science at any given time, which would be the best time. He rules it to be about 30 years after my time - in the 1950s.

The best time to be a plutocrat was in the 1890s, before the progressives started getting influence.

Scrutiny Hooligans has
a discussion of how the Bush Administration claims victory over people who are still kicking around.

Sooner Thought has
a story about a New Zealand Lady Police Officer who has gotten in trouble for being a lady of the evening in her off time. Apparently in New Zealand anybody can be a prostitute.

Speedkill has a
very interesting story about Bush, who claims to be the Plutocrat candidate but votes against research that could lead to a lot of money and save lives. He's opposed to such legislation because it could harm small cells that could one day turn into human beings but almost certainly would not. That is the very definition of insanity. If you are a friend to business, you need to support this research.

Steve Bates, the Yellow Doggeral Democrat has a
further impassioned opinion on this subject. Apparently these cells might be used to treat some forms of senility. That seems like that would be good research, allowing people to be exploited for a longer time.

THE NEWS BLOG has
a piece on Anti-Semitism and left-wing blogs. Apparently there is not as much as is claimed.

T. Rex's Guide to Life has
the news that people being evacuated from a war zone in the middle east are being charged for the privilege. He seems to think this is wrong; but I whole heartedly support the practice. After all this is how society decides who is worth saving. By charging they ensure that the most fit, i.e. the plutocrats, are the ones who survive. It may seem heartless, but it's necessary.

And that is it for another week.

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