Building A Bridge to the Late 20th Century
An excerpt from Hillary Clinton’s Super Tuesday speech, delivered a moment ago:
I hope all of you will join our campaign at double-you double-you double-you dot hillaryclinton dot com. Because you know that politics isn't a game. It's not about who's up or who's down. It's about your lives, your families, your futures.
Seriously, though: anyone who still includes the www when mentioning a URL is unfit for office.
Romney, meanwhile, did best among “self-described conservatives.” This despite the fact that, until recently, Romney was pro-choice, in favor of stem cell research, a proponent of gay rights (“All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual preferences.“), and busy instituting Universal (or, at least, Massachusettsal) Healthcare. This guy is so phony it’s as if someone Photoshopped him into reality. Apparently “self-described conservative” is pretty much synonymous with “least likely to do the research.”
If McDonald’s “Happy Meals” are named after the emotional state children are in while consuming them, shouldn’t the adult versions be called “Self-Loathing Meals”?
Private to the Guy I Just Finished Playing Racquetball With
I may have lost to you 2-15, but at least I didn’t bellyache like an affluent toddler every time I missed a shot. So, between your admittedly superior athletic prowess, and my ability to stoically endure misfortune, I think we both proved our masculinity today. Except for you, ya fucking craybaby.
I started my linkblog (did you know I had one? It’s over there ——>) about a year ago because, at the time, my favorite linkblog–that run by Andy Baio of Waxy.org–was only updated sporadically, leaving me to search out more time-killers on my own. Well, now Mr. Baio is blogging full time, and his linkblog typically features so many great links a day that I am spending less and less time on my own (not that I ever devoted more than 40 seconds a week on it …). So if you like the stuff that I post, you owe it to yourself to check out Waxy’s Links or subscribe to Andy’s XML feed.