Goldberg – Jewish Warrior

An interesting feature article about Bill Goldberg in American Jewish Life magazine.  For those of you not familiar with Goldberg, he made his fame playing the role of a wrestler in the WCW bouts.  Some interesting excerpts from the interview:

More Recommendations for Imus

Great comments from the Grouchy Old Cripple …his suggestions to Imus: Quit groveling. Jesus H. Christ! It’s getting sickening, especially when you went to grovel at the feet of that racist, anti-Semitic, bigoted, RWPP Al “Tawana Brawley” Sharpton. Has Al

Click – Great Remote Control

If you’ve seen the Adam Sandler movie, “Click”, you were probably enamored with the remote control that he used to tune out his mother-in-law… well, check out this even better remote control sent to me by Walt Wood:

Carnage & Culture

I just finished reading the book from Victor Davis Hanson entitled, “Carnage and Culture: Landmark Battles in the Rise of Western Power”. The basic premise of his story is that Western civilization has prevailed in numerous battles over the past

The Speech Police

I’m certainly not a fan of the Left-leaning Don Imus, but I would have to admit that all of the coverage over his use of adjectives is well-overblown… The irony of having a blowhard like Al Sharpton acting as judge

Source of Company Names

I found this informative list at FortyMedia…  It’s some interesting information about how coompanies arrived at their names: Adidas: from the name of the founder Adolf (Adi) Dassler. Adobe: from the name of the river Adobe Creek that ran behind the

Did They Say Global Cooling?

You’ve got to admit, when the Charlotte Observer reports a record cold temperature in North Carolina for the last 80 years, it makes you wonder about global warming claims… Perhaps these folks would have a better chance of being believable if

High-Tech Man

A guy walks into a bar and sits down. After a few minutes, he starts dialing numbers… like a telephone…but on the back of his hand. He then flips his hand over, and starts talking into the palm of his