A brief digression on matters of lost time ( John Hodgman )
To put [undecided voters] in perspective, I think of being on an airplane. The...– Undecided by David Sedaris in The New Yorker. When polling undecided voters in central PA tomorrow, I’ll be sure to ask, “Do you want chicken or a pile of shit, honey?” (via elisha)
Where’s my favorite place to crop dust? On a crowded escalator.
If any of you aren’t watching It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia on a regular basis, you need to change your ways. This show has single-handedly restored my faith in humanity. If it is possible for mankind to create this show, then I have to believe it’s possible that Mr. Joe Sixpack might actually figure out one day that Republican Politicians say one thing to voters during...
Welcome to the faith-based economy (LINK) →
Last week as I listened, along with many other Americans and others around the world, to President Bush’s most recent effort to reassure us about the current economic meltdown I had a “Road to Damascus” moment. It happened as I heard Bush repeat the word “faith”: faith in America’s institutions, faith in its workers, faith in capitalism, faith in our capacity to survive other disasters (such as...
My Favorite Debate Moment
geezush: This says exactly what I feel in a way that I can’t express because I’m too frustrated. via dangurewitch: MODERATOR: Governor Palin, since you clearly get uncomfortable when you don’t have a scripted answer for a given question, instead choosing to talk about taxes and energy during completely unrelated discussions about mortgages and health care, perhaps you’d like to take a moment...
Alaska Palin should never had made it past the city council. Stick to organizing church potlucks.