- by Adam MillardThis was a really fun read even if some of the song references went over my head. I loved the premise and enjoyed watching what happened to each character as the story progressed. I feel like I can't get very specific without spoiling th...Firstly I have to take myself to task for not checking the page count (eight) before buying this book. I didn't feel like I even got my 99 cents worth out of it nor will I ever get back those ten minutes of my life. It started out well e...
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I can’t figure out if this guy “Dick Doper” is serious with his blog or just mocking the far-right loonies. I think that the latest post about pink light atop the Hancock tower in Chicago tips the balance in favor … Continue reading
One of my buddies found the source site (mikero.com)for these cool Darwin change images, I really dig them.
This is another one of those random finds, I was looking for pictures of Warmachine minis from the game and stumbled across this great political image that AZRainman did of good ol’ Dubya. Check out his Photoshop Satire blog for … Continue reading
Credit card companies like Chase and Captial One can just bite me. I was carrying a balance on two different cards at decent, single-digit fixed interest rates (which is what I agreed to when I signed up for the cards) … Continue reading
My old friend SicPreFix linked to this site, I was amazed at how one-sided the world vote was. Anyone in the world could cast a vote for McCain or Obama. While not scientific or random it’s still very interesting.
I’m glad that Obama has apparently won the electoral college but sad that he seems to have barely squeeked by in the popular vote, I wanted him to get at least 55% there. More importantly (and more upsetting to me) … Continue reading
I love this cartoon that my brother sent me because I’m so sick of the allegations against Obama that he’s advocating Socialist policies (i.e. redistribution of wealth). What the hell is Medicare? I pay money into it every paycheck but … Continue reading
I found this neat little image while looking for an at&t logo for the previous article: The way I figure there’s really only at&t, Qwest and Verizon left as the larger local phone carriers (ILECs for you telco geeks). Sure, … Continue reading
No I’m not a closet Mickey Mouse Club fan, I decided to vote for Steve Kubby in the Libertarian primary election next week. (Actually I’m a lazy bastard and registered a few years ago for permanent absentee balloting so that … Continue reading
I have been subscribed to Reason magazine for many months now and I find it a great read every month. It’s a libertarian magazine that deals with all the ways that our freedoms are being taken away (civil liberties, privacy, … Continue reading
I’m tired of seeing all the Intelligent Design (ID) crap that people are trying to pass off as science so here’s a page of links that I found on the Scientific American web site that can be used to defened … Continue reading
Yes, it’s true (at least according to the BBC): monkeys killed the deputy mayor of Delhi, India. Any death is tragic but there’s something about monkeys being involved that adds a bit of humor. Unless this is step one in … Continue reading
Why do people insist on getting worked up over stupid things? These four buildings at the Coronado naval base are really just for L-shaped buildings put into a circle but some folks are all up in arms about how it … Continue reading
Not Their Finest Hour is an interesting read on the state of education in England, albeit with a conservative American bias. I stumbled across the article while doing a search for the etymology of the phrase “can’t win for losing” … Continue reading
This was a great satirical article by Terry Jones (yes, from Python) about Bush commuting Scooter Libby’s sentence. Article here on the Guardian Unlimited. Here’s a nice quote from the middle of the article: Mind you, Bush’s softening of heart … Continue reading