They can’t have it, because their brains are different.
…is that he lacks a sense of irony.
A dozen things you probably didn’t know about it. Note the comment about weightless gestation and birth.
Probably safe for work, but you might want to avoid if you’re pregnant.
The blackest material ever made.
He wrote himself a pretty awesome CV.
Of course, they don’t discuss how many cases involve BDSM.
A New Yorker reporter gives it a try.
I haven’t read the whole thing yet.
[A while later]
OK, I did read it. I was amused to learn that he was hawking it at my own local Whole Foods. One concern I have is his use of seed oils. Canola has too much omega 6 for my health. I’d use olive instead, though it costs more. If you don’t use virgin, though, it doesn’t have to cost that much.
From Beijing to CONUS? Under the Bering Strait?
I don’t think so.
Well, I finally broke down and went to the web site last night, before midnight.
After all the horror stories I’d been hearing, I was shocked to get in immediately. It was surprisingly easy to navigate, just like Amazon or Kayak, just like the president promised. All the options were laid out clearly, and the prices were surprisingly affordable, even for the Gold Plan. I signed up, and I finally have the insurance I’ve been waiting for all these years, good in every state, and it allows me to keep all my doctors. It includes free fitted condoms, and I can finally get that hysterectomy I’ve been putting off all these years.
I was wrong, Mr. President, and you were right. I’m sorry I so foolishly listened to ignorant criticism of this wonderful new law these past four years, and so harshly and falsely criticized it myself. I don’t know what I can do to make amends, but I know that from here on out, I will be a Democrat right up until that day that the death panel makes what I’m sure will be the right decision for me. From the bottom of my heart, thank you, thank you Mr. President.
[Update a few minutes later]
I’m a little shocked to hear that some people think I would make jokes about something as serious as health care.
I think that we have indeed reached a point where we should legitimately ask if he’s suffering from dementia. I wouldn’t wish it on any one, but if it’s true, he should step aside, for the sake of his party, and country. I wonder if there is anything happening behind the scenes? Certainly Schumer must see an opportunity there.
So, it turns out that not only did early humans kill off megafauna like mammoths, but they may have wiped out the dinosaurs.
Damn you, Og. DAMN YOU TO HELL!
Note, the copy editor is responsible for that one. The story itself is OK.
According to the Belfast Telegraph, Lynx is now going to be VTVL.
A scale map of the solar system, with the moon as a single pixel.
I hope she remains this delusional right through the first Tuesday of November.
“I think the Republicans are wasting their time using that as their electoral issue, and they will find that out,” she said.
Pressed by a reporter whether Democrats should shy away from the issue on the campaign trail, Pelosi didn’t hesitate.
“No, absolutely not,” she said.
Pelosi has long argued that the healthcare law will become increasingly popular as more people recognize the benefits.
She’ll probably argue it to her grave, hopefully at least her political one.
There are two kinds.
The science is settled.
A long-time reader relates a sad anecdote:
I went down to the Louisville, KY Militaria Show of Shows, and on Saturday I also went to the National Gun Day Show in the same complex(I collect antique firearms). After purchasing two old rifles, near the far side of the hall, was a table asking people to sign a petition calling for Obama’s impeachment. What was striking was that in addition to impeaching Obama, the table had a sign asking people to reject cuts to the NASA budget, specifically the SLS. Reading the form, I saw that agreeing that Obama should be impeached went along with increasing the funding for the SLS. (It also included the usual pro-gun rhetoric, needed for a gun show). I asked the people about that, and got into a discussion about the SLS aspect. From what I made of the table renter’s comments, he wants an end to SpaceX and other private sector space businesses, giving all the money to NASA. I was civil, with some effort, since he didn’t have much in the line of facts to back up his arguments on the SLS side, and started getting into personal insults. The “high” point was when he said that if I wasn’t pro SLS, I was anti-gun. This despite my carrying two rifles, a pass from the SOS, and showing him my NRA card.
He wanted me to stay and
be insultedargue some more, but I was exhausted from two days of the shows, so I just walked away.
I’ve gone to over 50 shows in the last year and a half, since I got back into the firearms community after my father died and left his firearms to me. Large and small, I’ve never seen someone pushing the SLS. I’ve talked to a few people that support the new space companies, but incidental to the firearms being offered for sale. This guy was more passionate about the NASA cuts than the impeachment or the 2nd Amendment.
Sigh. Fortunately, he probably is a bizarre outlier.
Well, here’s something you don’t see every day.
It’s interesting how the thing first tumbles, then stabilizes as it probably hits terminal velocity. Also that it stabilized looking down, and not up, which made it all the more interesting.
…seems to have gone off the deep end.
Hmmm…I have a “Jewish-sounding” name.
This guy’s so determined he’s willing to leave his wife and four kids.
Did you know that it was eighty-six billion dollars? The National Journal thinks it was.
Layers and layers of fact checkers.
Apparently, it turns women into hookers.
No, New York Post, there’s no such thing. If they shot her b00bs in weightlessness, it was probably in a parabolic aircraft.
Somehow, this situation seems like a metaphor for Democrat policies.
Finally. I’m sure that you, like I have always wondered by Mary wasn’t depicted in her safety helmet as she rode the donkey to Bethlehem.
What headlines would look like there.
Obviously, I disagree with the one on global warming. “Consensus” is not a scientific term. And even if it were, it’s not close to 90%.
Obama hits all-time lows:
Obama’s woes are not limited to honesty and his managerial skills. Fifty-six percent say he is not a person they admire, and an equal number say he does not agree with them on important issues. Fifty-six percent also say he does not inspire confidence, and 53% don’t view him as a strong and decisive leader. All of those figures are all-time records for Obama in CNN polling.
OK, so they don’t agree with him, they don’t believe or trust him, they don’t think he’s competent, they don’t admire him, or think him a strong and decisive leader. But they like him.
I don’t know how to explain this cognitive dissonance except it’s the last bastion of the fear of being thought a racist.
It’s off to a rocky start.