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This is why I wish LawDog would write more often

If it’s isn’t bad enough that media and social pundits keep extolling the virtues of California, but people fleeing California to my Fair State keep trying to make Texas into a carbon-copy of the misery they just left.

Why? Texas: None of the Top 20 Most Miserable Cities. California: majority shareholder in the Top 20 Most Miserable Cities. SO WHY THE HELL DO YOU WANT TO CHANGE TEXAS?!

Now I realize that California liberals fleeing their State couldn’t get a clue if they smeared themselves with clue musk and did the clue mating dance in a field full of receptive clues at the height of the clue mating season, but here’s to tilting at windmills:

California is doing something wrong. Texas is doing something right. Quit trying to turn Texas into a carbon-copy of California. Leave us the hell alone.


via The LawDog Files: This is my surprised face..

1 comment July 23rd, 2012

You know, the main reason I blog anymore…

…is to try to make

Real Debate Wisconsin: MRQ list.

1 comment July 23rd, 2012

If you’re not reading…

view from the porch every day, you’re doing it wrong.

Too brief sample:

And you can carry off a passel of women on a dinosaur, let me tell you.

via View From The Porch: Something lost in the translation?.

1 comment June 19th, 2012

Wish I’d thought of that

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via Want to get the money out of politics? Get the power out of politics. « The TrogloPundit.

1 comment June 15th, 2012


This is why somewhere around 10,000 people a day read Ann Althouse:

Do something — what a wonderful concept, often heard in the old cry for help: “Don’t just stand there; do something.”

It’s the the motto of the liberal. The corresponding motto of the conservative is: First, do no harm.

5 comments May 31st, 2012

Now, that’s a great analogy

It is like being strapped into a bus that is cruising at speed directly towards a steel-reinforced concrete wall while the driver and and his cheerleaders up front with the microphones are all screeching at the top of their lungs about…gay marriage.

And they just won’t shut the f*ck up about that, or about dog transport methods or prep school shenanigans 47 years ago or free birth control, long enough to ask the driver some questions about the wall, our speed, and the direction of the goddamn bus.

via Not that there’s anything wrong with it… | Rachel Lucas.

1 comment May 14th, 2012


I’d steal this cartoon and post it here, but then I’d be in violation of Scoff’s trademark.

Add comment April 12th, 2012

For the life of me, I have absolutely no idea…

…how eight people found From Where I Sit by searching Google for “meghan mccain bikini“.

Add comment March 16th, 2012

Again, I’m not sure when it happened…

But Gravelle’s Daily Scoff is now my favorite read in the Wisconsin Cheddarsphere.

1 comment December 13th, 2011

I never got into the Daily Scoff blog much…

Until he started doing the cartoons.

Damn, viagra sale buy viagra those are good.

1 comment November 30th, 2011

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