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early out Friday linkagery

Another slow day at work, so the boss said hit the road ~1400. Done. :)

I don't know if this is "the best Star Wars (and Matrix) homage this summer", but it's the best use of geeky imagery in an anti-Obama ad I've seen so far. For what that's worth. (Ed Driscoll)

Scientific research validates "beer goggles" effect. Still no cure for cancer. (Instapundit)

David Levy, author of Love + Sex with Robots, was on Laura Ingraham's show sometime in the recent past. This was bizarre enough, given that Laura's a pretty socially conservative gal, but the cherry on top of this particular weirdness sundae came when she asked "If you wanted to have sex with your robot and it wasn't interested, but you did it anyway, would that be considered rape or abuse?" (h/t Megan McArdle, who's not in the market for a sexbot. She already has an iPhone. *rimshot*)

Jonah Goldberg on the Clintons:
For months now people have been saying to me, “Do you really think they’re gone?” “Is it finally over?” “Is the coast clear?”

The questions have been in response to Barack Obama’s supposedly yeoman service in putting an end to the Clintons in public life.

My response to those who believe our long national nightmare is over has always been: “Have you seen no monster movies?”


"That Pelosi woman is nuts!...They can drill in my back yard if they want to." Congressman Jeb Hensarling goes among his people to sign a pro-drilling petition. (The Corner)

The man's corpse is barely cold, and these assholes are trying to bury his life's work as well. (Maggie's Farm)
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