14 October 2007

Link roundup for 14 October 2007

This Baptist minister is a worthy addition to the already-lengthy chronicle of weird fundamentalist sexual behavior. But this case is just sick. "Forgiveness"?!

Yet another recall of dangerous toys made in China (link sent by Mendip). Meanwhile, as the public awakens to the danger, long-embattled American toy manufacturers are so swamped with orders that they can barely keep up.

This story of courage shows us, once again, the quality of the people serving in the US military.

Urban Infidel has a great report, with pictures, on the anti-Ahmadinejad protest in New York City in September.

Cowardice in the Netherlands, bigotry in New Zealand.

Here's an interesting view of the ongoing shift in American politics.

The United States in the 1930s, as seen by Soviet journalists.

Black Sun Journal takes an in-depth look at Ayn Rand.

This creationist project (link sent by Mendip) has achieved something very rare -- it is utterly beyond parody.

I've heard of "catblogging", but.....

The activities of Britney Spears are seldom of any interest to me, but I'm glad she has apparently stuck with her preferred mode of dress despite all the negativity. Speaking of clothes, try to wrap your head around the concept that an actual fashion designer came up with this.

Who says football players don't have a softer side?

Whitest -- rapper -- ever.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Chell said...

American toy manufacturers are so swamped with orders that they can barely keep up.

Good! Good for American consumers, good for American businesses. :)

14 October, 2007 13:25  
Anonymous Tengrain said...

Thanks for the link!

Regards,

Tengrain

14 October, 2007 15:28  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Note: I also found the "catblogging" photo via Tengrain's site.

14 October, 2007 19:18  
Blogger SBH said...

Hi, Infidel! Good to see you. Hope you are well...

17 October, 2007 14:47  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Hey SBH, nice to hear from you again. It's been a while.

17 October, 2007 16:19  

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