Monthly Archives: July 2010

Small talk

Some images just beg for re-captioning…

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Freedom's March

–Shorter U.S. Senate: “We don’t like you wild-haired hooligans messing with the reefers anyway, but DON’T YOU DARE cook with it!!” -As if the “safeguards” on state surveillance aren’t loose enough… –According to dL, the next thing someone should submit … Continue reading

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Lizard Brain*

Some people have things that they are really into.  I mean REALLY into.  Creepily.  That object of obsession can be anything: shoes, action figures, knives, rubber bands even.  For example, here’s someone who calls himself “Newt” demonstrating his obsession with … Continue reading

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You're wondering? I'm answering…

James Fallows at The Atlantic, while talking about the recent Wikileaks release about the war in Afghanistan, reminisces about the Pentagon Papers: Unlike Marc Ambinder or Alexis Madrigal, neither of whom was alive at the time, I remember when the … Continue reading

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Reality is a harsh host

U.S. military documents, via Wikileaks: “Pakistan is playing both sides” Afghans: “…that shocks you?  Really?”

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Shotgun. Side of a barn. Miss. Try again?

The Washington Post’s Alec MacGillis has a bright idea: Americans are angry at Washington, and it’s not hard to see why. Not only does the federal government seem more ineffectual than ever in the face of ongoing economic hardship, but … Continue reading

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RESIST!!

Saw this on Facebook, found it funny.

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