Monthly Archives: July 2010

Big Brothers Are The Best

When I was but a lad of 5 or 6, my kindly elder brother Davis became frustrated with me playing with his action figures. So he talked our mom into allowing him to charge me $1 for every one of … Continue reading

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From a recent article in the Atlantic about how incompetent many terrorists can be: Nowhere is the gap between sinister stereotype and ridiculous reality more apparent than in Afghanistan, where it’s fair to say that the Taliban employ the world’s … Continue reading

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The S Word

We’re happy to present a guest post today from frequent commenter and longtime DDDT friend Troy. Hi, my name is Troy and I’m a Professional Salesman.

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Pioneer Day

If you ask any member of the Bell family what their favorite holiday as child was, they would hem and haw and ultimately be unable to choose between Memorial Day and the 24th of July. Christmas wouldn’t even be in … Continue reading

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The Bee Warrior: The Battle of San Lorenzo

Part I here. One summer during college, back when Davis, a.k.a. “Gordon Gecko,” still tried to get ladies by posing as a do-gooder, he convinced me to spend a summer in Honduras, do-gooding.  We landed in post-Hurricane Mitch Tegucigalpa, picked … Continue reading

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Parade Complaints

Ryan has been travelling, and had his travels extended, so I’ll be your host today. Take a look at this list of real complaints (hat tip Azucar) allegedly sent in to some city authority after this year’s 4th of July … Continue reading

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Today is National No Post Friday. Which is good for me, because something came up and I don’t have anything for today. Sorry. But I leave you with this:

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