Monthly Archives: May 2013

Overnight Open Thread

The SF Giants-StL Cards game got tornadoed out so I made some Beer Can Chicken then passed out fell asleep watching Harry Potter. Now I’m awake. Advertisements

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Thank Ghu It’s Friday Open Thread

I was blissfully in the arms of Morpheus when my mom woke be up by banging on my door with her cane. “I got my Social Security check!” she told me. “Get your lazy ass up and take me to … Continue reading

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Five Years Ago The Democrats Stole Our Votes

(Reposted) Today is the day we mourn the death of democracy in the Democratic party. On this day in 2008 the DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee effectively stole the nomination from Hillary Clinton and gave it to Barack Obama. In … Continue reading

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Missing Data – The “B” Word

I caught a preview of this while I was cooking dinner: ABC’s Diane Sawyer Visits Strawberry Mansion in Philadelphia, One of the Most Dangerous High Schools in the U.S. With unprecedented access, Diane Sawyer takes viewers inside what has been … Continue reading

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This is why we need to stay out of Syria: McCain Wasn’t Posing With Rebel Kidnapper, Spokesman Says Senator John McCain’s office is pushing back against reports that while visiting Syria this week he posed in a photo with rebels … Continue reading

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Sure Happy It’s Thursday Open Thread

I must be getting old. Today is supposed to be trash pick-up day but since Monday was a holiday it’s tomorrow. My whole day feels out-of-whack.

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Nanny State and the Professor

This is CNN: Bill Nye on natural disaster prevention: “We could pass laws making it difficult or undesirable to build fragile houses in the path of tornadoes” As tornadoes continue to batter America’s heartland, on Tuesday evening “Piers Morgan Live” … Continue reading

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