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I’m hogging the blog today (I have another post planned for the afternoon). A few links to chew on while you’re chewing on what is hopefully a delightfully cool lunch on a hot day …

Michelle Bachman (R-Neptune) thinks a BP escrow fund that would help pay for the damage they’ve caused is “redistribution of wealth.” No, a multibillion dollar corporation destroying the livelihoods of countless working people is redistribution of wealth.

Rent-a-White-Guy is the new craze in China! Does this mean George Alan Rekers is moving to China, where Rentboy is more socially acceptable?

Fossils show that Mayans knew about prehistory. Strangely, many Americans still don’t.

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