Wednesday, November 09, 2005

May 2005's Tastiest Can of Beer.

Occurred on May 23, 2005 with the Bluff, Bluster, and Blunder blog.

Primarily I was relating Wretchard's blog on the senatorial testimony of George Galloway. You recall, that don't you? Coleman and Levin were cool, calm, and collected, whilst Galloway was hot, puffy, and blustery.

We forget what is going on is more than just the exchange of school yard insult. Serious charges are being investigated and major amounts of money are in play here. George Galloway is not a major player just a lion. If our government turned around tomorrow and started to support the terrorists jihadists and Baathists, George Galloway would suddenly reverse course and support Iraq's duly elected government. George Galloway's approach can be stated on a bumper sticker "oppose the predominant paradigm".

Remember, keep you cool engaging in bluff and bluster way more often than not results in blunder. Senators Coleman and Levin did just that in they kept their cool in front of somebody relying on bluff and bluster.
Source: Blogger Beer May 23, 2005 Bluff, Bluster, and Blunder.

Wretchard was right.

On a different note, I can tell in May of 2005 it seems my writing is improving, fewer misspells and the sentences are better constructed. It also seems the daily fisking of a Post Crescent is in full swing as is the Eight Ball award. I have not handed one of those out in a while now.

Anyway ttyl