I think so, Brain … ethylene glycol, but that’s a precursor for polyesters.
I was invited to a preview showing of Evan Sayet’s new video A Deplorable Mind along with a group of bloggers and new media folks (Stacy McCain, Pete Ingemi, Cynthia Yockey, Bill Whittle, etc.). When the PC that was supposed to handle the download of the video went into some bizarre Windows silliness mode, my Mac laptop that I’m typing this on was pressed into service.
Evan’s video is both insightful and funny. It’s due to come out on Amazon in a few days, and I’ll post a link when it does. Meanwhile, Evan’s book The KinderGarden of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks is for sale. It’s insightful and funny as well—and it’s available from Amazon now. Click on the thumbnail on the left to order your copy.
Video Credit: NASA
Patrick Frey’s response to The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s motion for summary judgment and his counter-motion were due on Wednesday in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit. The docket shows that a sealed motion was filed on time. Given that TDPK’s motion and exhibits were sealed and probably contain a great deal of confidential discovery material, it’s not surprising that Patterico’s response would need to be sealed as well.
The last bit of paperwork relating to summary judgment in the RICO Remnant LOLsuit are due on 17 March, the same day that TDPK’s show cause hearing for contempt is scheduled in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.
Progress doesn’t come from early risers — progress is made by lazy men looking for easier ways to do things.
Sorry, but the Real World has intervened, and there won’t be a new episode of Blogsmoke this afternoon.
I think so, Brain … but is that legal to do with peanut butter … and would both the ATF and the EPA cooperate?