The first sign of maturity is the discovery that the volume knob also turns to the left. — /.
Going, going… (do I here a higher bid?): The Fourth Amendment — because the private sector doesn’t give a crap about us.
Freedom in retreat in Arizona where all brown-colored people are required to present full legal papers when stopped by police. “They came for the brown people and we did nothing. Then they came for the….” It’s a great day in America and President John Sidney McCain III’s leadership in his home state was awesome — clearly not the leadership of a maverick or anyone decent. And this guy may well be tripping.
As noted elsewhere, all the Goldman Sachs emails show is that the company shorted housing growth. Nothing illegal, just prescient. But what they and other emails show is that you couldn’t and still can’t trust the company’s recommendations; their word is worthless.
Eliot Spitzer wants to know where the prosecutors are re Goldman Sachs. Easy: Doing what they were paid to do — keeping hands off GS!
Maybe we should have nuked the U.S.S.R. Is it too late now?
Victory in Afghanistan? If so, it’s sure to bring global peace and prosperity. (Assholes: Everyone who enabled this awful war.)
Flash! Not all Muslims are Islamofascists! What’s the next shoe to drop? Not all Christians are in fact Christofascists? Or all priests Church-shielded child molesters?
The source doesn’t matter, whether it’s newspaper, TV or blog. Crap reporting from whatever source is crap. You know; it’s the message, not the medium and no, when it comes to reportage, the medium is not the message.
I am impressed by this. I think. But other than the navel-gazers in the media, I don’t think readers terribly care.
Bing fails for Micro$oft. Amazing how this great innovative company, without its two monopolies pretty much just can’t make a profit.
Maybe I would have said something about Boobquake Day but I haven’t seen any image I like.