March 31, 2010
Someone with access to Ace needs to get him to post this it is just too priceless to only be here and Riehl World View. It must be shared with the world.(I wonder how Charles Johnson will work this into his Democrats are the party of science and reason spiel?)
Never mind once I refreshed AoS and got of the comment threads it was already there.
March 16, 2010
... presented entirely without context:
"The accused got to his feet and was standing over the police officer exposing his penis and thrusting it in her face, forcing her to take evasive action to avoid getting struck."
March 14, 2010
My SL husband is cheating on me with a Bisexual Skunk Furry and is asking for a divorce. And we only got married half an hour ago!!It really stinks when your fantasy life is as messed up as your real one.
March 12, 2010
March 09, 2010
March 08, 2010
Kesha Rogers called for the impeachment of President Barack Obama as the centerpiece of her campaign for Congress, and on Tuesday she won the nomination of her party.
It was no stealth campaign. Rogers shouted it from a sound truck that cruised the four-county 22nd Congressional District. She posted an 18-foot banner emblazoned with the message “Save NASA. Impeach Obama” on street corners. Her Web site is filled with videos and periodic policy statements documenting her stand.
She's probably one of them evil tea parti... Oh, she's a Democrat? And a former LaRouchie?
Obviously a tea partier. Probably an organizer.
Veeshir prediction: either this will not be "news", or the (D) and LaRouche will somehow not make it into any of the stories.
March 06, 2010
I like Romney, don't get me wrong, I don't want him to be president (though I'd have taken him over McCain in the late 2008 primaries), but I think there's a role for him in the GOP. I still think he'd be an awesome choice for RNC chair, if he didn't pull a Steele and try and get too active in policy. Romney is an excellent organizer and fundraiser, always has been, always will be, and I don't think he'd say dumb, crazy shit like Steele does. Besides, he's not going to escape the Romneycare legacy, not with the Obamacare fiasco, no matter what happens with it. It might have been necessary politics in the Soviet of Massachusetts, but it ain't gonna fly in the flyover country and the bitter, clingy parts of the US.
He also clarified his statement regarding populism, he meant it as a warning against mindless populist demagoguery, which is absolutely a valid concern.
March 05, 2010
March 04, 2010
Responding to recent public outcries over its handling of private data, search giant Google offered a wide-ranging and eerily well-informed apology to its millions of users Monday.
"We would like to extend our deepest apologies to each and every one of you," announced CEO Eric Schmidt, speaking from the company's Googleplex headquarters. "Clearly there have been some privacy concerns as of late, and judging by some of the search terms we've seen, along with the tens of thousands of personal e-mail exchanges and Google Chat conversations we've carefully examined, it looks as though it might be a while before we regain your trust."
Added Schmidt, "Whether you're Michael Paulson who lives at 3425 Longview Terrace and makes $86,400 a year, or Jessica Goldblatt from Lynnwood, WA, who already has well-established trust issues, we at Google would just like to say how very, truly sorry we are."
In an effort to make up for years of alarmingly invasive service, Google will automatically add $50 to all American bank accounts as a gesture of goodwill. The company has also encouraged feedback, explaining that users can type any concerns they may still have into any open browser window or, if they are members of Google Voice, "simply speak directly into [their] phones right now."
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