Monthly Archives: April 2019

I bought a new hat!

I was in Walmart buying some new socks when I saw this little beauty and I thought to myself that you can’t own too many clown hats. I want a Captain Spaulding hat, but not like the one in the … Continue reading

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The News Media’s Problems Are Self-Inflicted

Bottomfeed Ben blames “new movements” for the news media’s lack of credibility and influence. If you covered American politics between 1976 and 2012, you developed a sense of the rhythm of a party primary: A big field of candidates would … Continue reading

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Sunday Music Thread

Garden update: After working outside for several hours every day (Fri-Sat-Sun) I don’t have a single plant in the ground yet.

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I call BULLSHIT!

So this bullshit just went down today at Politics & Prose. White nationalists disrupting @JonathanMetzl talk on his book Dying of Whiteness. Point made. @PM_Learn pic.twitter.com/nucKlrJ8X2 — Catherine Wigginton (@cewigginton) April 27, 2019 Tomatoes love bullshit. That’s why when I … Continue reading

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Meathead Open Thread

They say if you can remember the Sixties you weren’t there. Rob Reiner can’t even remember the Nineties. We have a choice to make. Either hold televised Impeachment proceedings or watch our Democracy slowly slip away. #AmericansForImpeachment — Rob Reiner … Continue reading

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Friday Funnies

I’m gonna be putting my tomatoes in the ground today. And some squash. I hope to finish by Sunday. This is an open thread. The internet is undefeated pic.twitter.com/vibqju7bCE — The Fonz Awakens (@LordFonzz) April 24, 2019

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Please Tell The Honorable Elijah Cummings To Go Pound Sand Up His Ass

Elijah Cumstain is high on my list of alleged human beings that I loathe. Cumstain sits in a Congressional “safe” seat set aside for a black Democrat (duly authorized by the Voting Rights Act of 1965): Maryland’s 7th congressional district … Continue reading

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