April 26, 2004


• Canada’s Damian Penny is currently en route to Edinburgh, thereby avoiding his country’s deadly health care system. He will, however, be glassed as soon as he gets off the train, in accordance with local custom.

• Chase Me Ladies reveals the tomato method of seduction.

• The women behind last week’s release of photographs depicting the dead returning from Iraq have an interesting Halliburton history, as Jim Miller points out.

• You think I’m hot for the Michael Moore fat jokes? Check out this fantastic Mikey fat fest from Ace of Spades. It’s supersized!

• Excellent Saudi blogger Alhamedi Alanezi presents his ten-point plan to improve public executions, and also writes: “When the Saudi people finally rise up in revolt and throw out the House of Saud, it won't be for democratic reform, and it won't be for an islamic republic. It'll be about mobile phones.”

Mark Steyn and Glenn Reynolds have all your UNSCAM needs completely covered.

• Powerline continues its chilling study of John Kerry’s fashion sense.

• Australia’s finest blogger? Well, maybe, if you don’t count this guy.

• Kerry Dupont, a creative friend of liberation, has sent loads of computer equipment to Iraqi bloggers. (Via Jeff Jarvis.)

• No reason for posting this, other than it’s pretty.

Posted by Tim Blair at April 26, 2004 05:10 AM

Actually, I'm back in Newfoundland. That photo was taken a few weeks ago.

Posted by: Damian P. at April 26, 2004 at 05:47 AM

The mustang is at Laguna Seca. You can recognize the approach to turn nine in the background.

Posted by: chuck at April 26, 2004 at 12:43 PM

Incorrect, chuck; it's at Calder Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Posted by: tim at April 26, 2004 at 01:09 PM

Tim, the Saudi blogger is a bit sus. LGF exposed him a few weeks ago. He was too good to be true.

Posted by: Dead Ed at April 26, 2004 at 02:51 PM

Ed, judging by the comments on the end of that very LGF thread, the guy is legit.

Posted by: Sortelli at April 26, 2004 at 04:45 PM

I feel like a twat now

Posted by: Dead Ed at April 26, 2004 at 09:21 PM