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No Left Turns

What? What?

I have no idea what Jonah Goldberg is talking about here.

"What’s the frequency, Kenneth?"

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You need to see the movie "Anchorman." You should probably watch "Wedding Crashers" also, just for good measure.

Wedding Crashers is, straight up, the best movie in the last ten years. I’ve seen it three times already, including once with just me and my mom. She loved it too. It’s better than Anchorman even, and I don’t say that lightly. Will Ferrell might be the best actor of the 21st century so far, and that I don’t say lightly either.

"Discovered by the Germans in 1904, they named it San Diago, which of course in German means a whale’s vagina"

Yes Steven...you need to see "Anchorman". Not only to understand Jonah, but to have a good laugh.

How did I ("Kenneth"?) make it into this movie, which I saw somewhat on an airplane?

I’ve never met Mr. Derbyshire, but I’ll look forward to the pleasure, which he may find unexpected from someone whose parents were relocated in WW II.

RE HAYWARD [Jonah Goldberg]

I guess the ultimate question is, if the gang from the Corner was walking through the back alleys of San Deeeago, like Ron Burgandy and his news team, and we ran into the gang from No Left Turns and it turned into a full blown battle royale, would Steve be throwing the trident into my chest or into Peter Schramm’s?

Ken Masugi to John Derbyshire: "I’m gonna straight-up murder your a**!"

(Note: If you haven’t seen Anchorman, this will make less than no sense).

To Jonah: Because the valiant never taste of death but once, Hayward would know that once when the trident would point at my chest. He would not dare damnation, and therefore it would be your chest. If that is not certain, and to be honest, Hayward was never yet valiant. Wielding a mighty pen, is not the same as wielding a trident. He does one well, but not the other. I know this man. You seem worried that two stars keep not their motion in one sphere? Let’s break the rules of nature.

including once with just me and my mom.


I am old school, I don’t go to R rated movies with my mother (I am 40 and she is 73).

I am old school, I don’t go to R rated movies with my mother (I am 40 and she is 73).

needless to say the dinner table scene was slightly uncomfortable

Get over yourselves, guys. The only Trident I’ve ever seen any of you wield is the gum version.

And they can’t wield that Trident and walk at the same time!

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