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What in the world happened?

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I've been on a really big boat going to somewhere named the Panama Canal among other exotic locations.  The full tale of that journey will be told here in the fullness of time, but until then, let's look through the Not-So-Wayback Machine (i.e. the tireless Glenn Reynolds aka Instapundit, the one-man web techno-lego-politico-geek content aggregator) at what happened since I boarded the big boat in Ft. Lauderdale on April 27th:

Let's see . . .

Reaction to the charging of Atlanta cops in the bungled no-knock invasion and killing (murder? manslaughter?) of 90-year old woman's house;

Some silly little blowup about the mercury in compact fluorescent lightbulbs;

Carbon-credit trading is apparently the scam we all really, down deep, thought it was;

Reviews of Indoctrinate U. (see a previous Medary post . . . );

The "last word" (oh, Lord, one could wish that it were so) about George Tenet's book;

"We win, they lose."

Apparently, linking to stories without commenting on them is a bloggie no-no.  Who knew?

It seems that MSNBC ran a program while we were at sea, where their flaming leftist anchors and hosts asked a bunch of Republicans Presidential hopefuls lots and lots and lots of questions about abortion

The "lost" province of Anbar in Iraq, it seems, has been "un-lost."

Tornado video.

A right-center Hungarian immigrant is elected President of France.

James Lilieks gets demoted at the Minneapolis/St. Paul Star-Tribune.  Silly newspaper.

The Most Ethical Congress Ever.

There's more, of course.  Read the whole thing.  (Heh.)