Attack Cartoons is priceless, featuring Hill & Bill.
I thought 4-Block World was good. I didn't know that the movie "Groundhog Day" was filmed in Woodstock, IL. Of course, it's far from being my favorite movie.
Evidently, Algore's up for the Nobel Peace Prize, at least according to Gaggle. They gave it to Jimmy Carter a few years ago, so I wouldn't put much stock in it.
Virginia Postrel continues her long-running series on "California's regulatory impulse".
Over at Conservative Cat, Bruce shares some very funny stuff, while Ferdy comes up with a better campaign for Cartoon Network and tells us why he's not worried about Barack Obama becoming President. A lady I work with now worked on Obama's Senate campaign. We don't talk about it.
Be sure to check out my buddy Greg over at Rhymes With Right.
Don Surber picks up on my theme from yesterday about the myth of a low savings rate, and shares the real danger from "global warming".
That database is just about compressed. Talk to you all later.