October 29, 2014

At the Larch Café...

Untitled

... you can talk about whatever you want.

42 comments:

Sharc said...

The Larch. The ... Larch.

Sharc said...

And now No. 58, the Spanish Inquisition.

Be said...

http://youtu.be/ug8nHaelWtc

Bottom.

Actually, I'm kind of not happy at the litter the non-native Redwood blew into my yard during the last northeaster.

Original Mike said...

What Sharc said.

Hagar said...

Headline:
Holder Admits He Regrets Labeling
Fox’s Rosen a ‘Co-Conspirator’


But not really, with considerable stammering, he only said he wished he had looked a little closer at phrasing in that affidavit.
In other words, he did not regret the action, just that they had not made the language less actionable.

Also this says that he knew about the perjury and approved it beforehand.

Hagar said...

And he still thinks it is all good, and it is OK to admit to it on national TV.

tim in vermont said...

University of Wisconsin art

Don't ask me how I came across that link, but when I did, I got a laugh.

FullMoon said...

Say, who was that funny guy who killed himself a while back? Oh, yeah, Robin Williams. I wonder if he would be feeling better now, watching the world series and all, if he were still alive.
Wonder if his friends and family are over the loss.

Meade said...

For some reason I just love saying the name Lorenzo Cain

rehajm said...

And now...the horse chestnut.

Ann Althouse said...

@tim

LOL

Paco Wové said...

What Original Mike said.

Ann Althouse said...

Are we all for the Royals?

Paco Wové said...

"Raccoons in corner are his handiwork."

Oh, you Wisconsans!

madAsHell said...

Hollaback!!....and their street harassment video made it to the ABC news national broadcast.

In other news....ABC is intellectually, and morally bankrupt.

Meade said...

Lorenzo Cain is my name and I drove in the winning run. (I hope)

Hagar said...

"It is not illegal when it is the Attorney General who does it."

FullMoon said...

I like Pablo Sandoval 'cause he's fat. Hunter Pence 'cause he's that hyper kid who couldn't sit still in grade school, and Buster Posey 'cause when he played for minor league San Jose Giants, he would always hang around after the game to do autographs for the kids.

Bob said...

Althouse wrote:
"** There is Critical Race Theory scholarship connecting a preference for formality to race. Citation to come."

Still on its way?

mccullough said...

I'm pulling for the Royals but I like the Giants, as well. If the Giants hadn't won two World Series in the last four years I'd probably pull for them over the Royals.

I also really like Lorenzo Cain. I've never heard of a player who made the majors and started playing sophomore year of high school. That's just awesome.

Meade said...

Bumgarner is bumming me out. (I'm sure I'm the first ever to come up with that wisecrack).

tim in vermont said...

I am not sure why I was rooting for KC, but I hope Gordon knocks one over the fence.

tim in vermont said...

woo hoo!

mccullough said...

Very exciting game. Both terrific teams. Bumgarner had the best World Series I've ever seen. Royals bullpen was awesome.

chickelit said...

Lurch Speaks French

Laura said...

Mr. Meade staring up the tree, sayin' Mrs. Meade
Did you
Wear that mini
Just for me?

shake-and-bake said...

The Imperious Giants win the World Series defeating the Diffident Royals. Sweet.

Meade said...

Seeing some negative comments about InstaPundit today, I have to say: I love Instapundit and I love Glenn and Helen who have given me a lot to read and think about over the last 13 years. Changed me and changed my life for the better. And that is an understatement.

Be said...

The Giants? Really?

*Birch, Birch, Birch.*

Next Year.

Jeffrey said...

Seeing some negative comments about InstaPundit today

Where, and why?

Anonymous said...

Darn it. As a Brewer fan, I really hoped that a small market Midwestern team could take it all this year. 'Twas not to be. But MadBum is truly an amazing pitcher.

So the Royals lost. I'll just have to settle for a Walker win on Tuesday.

Anonymous said...

Lorenzo Cain is the coolest name in baseball.

NotquiteunBuckley said...

"Together: Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done, in earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory, forever and ever. Amen."

This is a link to something all but the most educated can understand, proper.

I can quote Copyhead Gods or geography for my return to this interweb space, and I do think it pathetic and myself a Crack Wannabe.

This is a link showcasing my psychosis but not sociopathic Betamaxnexx I have always, and will always forever, aspire toward God Willing, perhaps.

Laura said...

Czech out the Black Norwegian: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_z8y6eX73aM.

Coconuss Network said...

Reading Patrick Modiano in German, cuz it's not yet out in English. The French seem to love their brood and their brew.

David said...

Tim in Vermont:

That entire issue of Life is heartbreaking. War on the horizon.

St. George said...

New airline seats?

As hard as park benches.

And less wide.

So sea today's Wall St. J.

Meade said...

Exile, my thoughts exactly. And there are some very cool names e.g. Buster Posey, Joe Panic. And now Madison Bumgarner's name becomes extra cool. Congratulations the Giants -- great baseball!

Freeman Hunt said...

Tim, I like the ad above it.

"Cushioning material softer than a baby's flesh."

You wouldn't see that now, that use of the word "flesh." "Flesh" is now entirely associated with dead bodies. Is that due to the rise of zombies in popular culture?

chillblaine said...

"Lorenzo Cain is the coolest name in baseball."

Right after Biff Pocoroba.

Saint Croix said...

10 Hours of Walking In NYC As a Man.

Funny!

Ann Althouse said...

Bob said...
Althouse wrote:
"** There is Critical Race Theory scholarship connecting a preference for formality to race. Citation to come." Still on its way?"

Yes, I'm putting that up now.