The Corpus Callosum

Archives for July, 2007

This report (PDF 260KB file) is what set off the controversy over the former Surgeon General of the United States.  It is a draft report, entitled The Surgeon General’s Call to Action on Global Health 2006.  It was written by the former Surgeon General, Dr. Richard Carmona. In this post, I will review the history…

CC As Graph

This is a visual amusement, courtesy of Websites as Graphs.  The top one is Corpus Callosum.  The bottom one is the ScienceBlogs main page. The key is as follows:

What Is This World Coming To?

In general, the Corpus Callosum celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit.  This may be the best example of Yankee ingenuity I’ve ever seen. This being a family-oriented site, it would be too risqué for me to show the photo uncropped.  Plus, my mother reads this sometimes. So the full monty is below the fold…

President George W. Bush will have a brief opportunity to know what it is like to be in command, when VP Dick Cheney undergoes surgery to replace his automatic implantable cardioverter defibrillator.  White House spokesman Tony Snow told reporters, “This will be an historic occasion.  Under the terms of the 28th Amendent, for the first…

GOP Fingerprints…

This is a follow-up to my post from yesterday: I’m not sure what “GOP fingerprints…” are, but I gather it was important to avoid them. The image is from a PDF of a fax, then reduced to fit. Click on it if it is hard to read.  Better yet, go to Truthout and get the…

Friday Toad Blogging

This little gal was in the garage. It’s a green toad, Bufo debilis.

Front Yard #2

OK, here’s another front-yard bird.

This Is What They Are Hiding

This is why some in Congress are issuing subpoenas and talking about contempt citations.  This is why… William Mercer Sara Taylor Michael Elston Monica Goodling Paul McNulty Kyle Sampson Michael Battle Harriet Miers Tim Griffin Rachel Brand …have resigned.   The editorial writers at WSJ disagree, thinking that the US Attorney scandal is pure politics.…

My Front Yard

This bird was in my front yard a couple of days ago.  It flew away before I could get a better picture.

For some reason, my Father used to say that when he made an indisputable point of some significance.  It is in the Urban Dictionary in case you are curious about the expression.  It is also the title of a post on Autoblog about a 1941 Ford made of organic plastic, which had been made from…