I could not be happier about this pairing. I had high hopes for the Star Wars franchise now that it is in Disney’s hands.
Archive for October, 2012
When I was at Disney World earlier this year, it felt like Hollywood Studios was due for an update. I am glad to hear rumors that it is next in line to get one.
I cannot imagine Obama wins North Carolina, John Hood thinks it might be closer than the experts think.
Dennis Prager, writing on National Review:
The history of left-wing policies has largely consisted of doing what feels good and compassionate without asking what the long-term consequences will be; what Professor Thomas Sowell calls “Stage One Thinking.” That explains, for example, the entitlement state. It sounds noble and seems noble. But the long-term consequences are terrible: economic ruin, a demoralized population, increasing selfishness as people look to the state to take care of their fellow citizens, and more
I used to laugh at Spurrier’s act when he was at Florida. Recently, however, he has been, as Wetzel points out, classless. At least it looks like Dabo Swinney is going to take the high road.
Currently hot in my Fever instance – Google Unveils New Nexus Lineup
Google announced a new lineup of Nexus products today. Part of me still wonders if I would use a Nexus 7 some, though I imagine I would get more use out of an iPad mini.
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I think this could be cool. I do not approve of them having to shut down the Festival of the Lion King to make it happen though. Hopefully, any re-location of that show will only take a few weeks.
The cornerback responsible for covering Calvin “Megatron” Johnson gets a call from the voice of Optimus Prime, Peter Cullen. Amazing.
The Rich Lowry writing at National Review on Obama’s new “plan”:
The plan purports, first, to be a plan, and second, to outline a second-term agenda distinct from his first-term agenda. It fails on both counts. It cobbles together his current policies with some ill-defined new bullet points to barely cover 20 pages largely devoted to nice pictures of the president.
Clint Eastwood’s empty chair analogy proves to be more accurate by the day.
I have heard a lot of people say Letterpress is the first time they have used Game Center. My guess is Apple never anticipated it being so central to such a popular game.
Even a Clemson fan like me hates seeing something like this.
Three states form the base of Democratic political power in the United States: California, New York and Illinois. All three states are locked in an accelerating economic, demographic and social decline; all three hope that they can stave off looming disaster at home by exporting the policies that have ruined them to the rest of the country.
An excellent and devastating summation.
The Tigers did not have to stress too much in this one. Now it’s time to get ready for the big matchup v. Duke next Saturday night.