Category Archives: Planet University

November 9, 2010, 12:31 pm

Planet University: Episode 2, “Last Month In Office Hours”

For the pilot episode of “Planet University”  go to our sister website at Xtranormal.com.  Afternoon update:  a big welcome to readers of the National Review Online:  it’s been awhile, but I’m glad to see you back again.

Disclaimer:  this cartoon and its characters are fictional.  “Planet University” does not depict actual events, people or conversations.

November 7, 2010, 9:41 pm

Sunday Radical Roundup: Bones, Dykes and `Toons

Bones:  Where I went to college, when someone said “Bones!” legend had it that various men soon to be employed by the national security apparatus would leap up and leave the room in a huff.  Myself, I never saw it happen.  But in the History Department at Brigham Young University they probably do run out of the room when someone says “bones,” just for good measure.  Radical readers recall that week before last, a box of human skulls arrived by USPS.  They have now been partially identified, according to KSL-TV’s website, as being the remains of people who lived between 1100 and 1300 A.D.  This means they are probably not former history professors, but probably the ancestors of native people.  For future reference:  according to my local expert, it is illegal to buy or sell human remains as souvenirs, and if you happen to locate unidentified remains in a house you are cleaning out, it is …

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