Tuesday, October 26, 2004

This Day in History and it's Irrelevance to Today

On this day in history, in 1466, the great Reformation Catholic Scholar Erasmus was born. His most famous work is "In Praise of Folly". Fittingly, this should pretty much be the moniker of every post put up by those knuckleheads at "The Corner" (find the link your own self).

Also born this day, in 1947 was Hillary Clinton.


Born this day in 1951 was Bootsy Collins.

For no logical reason in particular let me to ask,

Were they separated at Birth?

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