Momma Says Spock You OUT.
I’ve studiously avoided posting much in the way of politically-tinged content here for at least a few years — I’ve constrained much of my flip commentary to my Twitter account, but my thoughts on yesterday’s election results exceed that limited format, so if you’ll bear with me for the span of a post, I’d like [...]
I mean, did people like the fact that Kennedy died, or did they appreciate Gruber pointing it out, or…? And yes, this same complaint extends to Facebook, Friendfeed and any other “social” service that employs such a limited functional metaphor for “I thought this piece of information was important and would like to bring it [...]
A quick thought (and corresponding question) occurred to me: Bill Clinton was the first President to face opponents on the Internet, George W. Bush the first to face organized opposition, and Barack Obama the first to capably utilize that opposition to get elected. What “first” will the next President likely face?
Today hurt. This beautiful Thursday was eerily reminiscent of that clear Tuesday seven years ago. I’ve little to say, other than that the Big Picture’s collection of 9/11-related photos is well worth a look.
Thanks, WJJZ, for Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing” at 11:15 in the A.M. Nothing spices up a trip to the loo like that song, eh wot?
I’ve been boycotting the Beijing Olympics because, well, the whole thing’s a giant sham meant to legitimize a horrendous, totalitarian regime. Seems like ESPN’s Rick Reilly agrees with me. I’d offer a blockquote from the story, except it’s one giant image, so let this pullquote from the beginning suffice, then head over and read the [...]
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