gild ALL the things!
gild ALL the things!
#42 Dune Storybook ftw
23 out of 29. Looks like I need to watch it again (as if I need an excuse)
“The Gangnam Style singer gave hilarious answers.” but you give us just one, without a link to the rest.
Dude in the middle of #30 is frighteningly pleased…
I normally try to maintain a tone of civility, or at least some semblance of decency, and like to think that, most of the time, I either include a rational argument for my comments or have such an argument at the ready should a discussion ensue. However, in response to this article, and as an Ohioan, I think I’m pretty comfortable with simply saying that Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted can go fuck himself.
Criticizing Romney’s ever-shifting positions isn’t a new strategy, and it certainly isn’t panicking. I realize the GOP has been yearning for a moment of triumph, but I think they’re over-estimating things a bit here. Looked at strictly as rhetorical battle, Romney scored many more points, but on closer inspection of the debate’s actual substance he failed.
I must’ve had some sort of narcoleptic/amnesiac episode in which I missed Romney’s alleged specifics. All I heard was a promise to not screw up the currently projected rate of job growth and a reiteration of how trickle-down economics supposedly works. Also, etch-a-sketched rewrites of previously stated positions.
It’s just Morning Joe. It’s not like somebody based their party’s entire national convention on something that didn’t happen. Oh wait..
The quote in question with some added context, emphasis mine: “I think the trick is figuring out how do we structure government systems that pool resources and hence facilitate some redistribution because I actually believe in redistribution, at least at a certain level to make sure that everybody’s got a shot. How do we pool resources at the same time as we decentralize delivery systems in ways that both foster competition, can work in the marketplace, and can foster innovation at the local level and can be tailored to particular communities.”
Meet the new strategy, same as the old strategy…
I’ve done my fair share of commenting on Zeke’s biases, but I think the few reactions to this post are uncalled for. It’s pretty clear, from the quotes in the headline, that he knows this guy isn’t actually a Democrat. If this is an attempt to “besmirch” anyone, it’s Mark Clayton. I think it’s fair to say Mark had it coming anyway. Watching the video, anybody else get the feeling there’s tinfoil under them thar hats?
Song came out October 10, 2000
Nice. Dog-whistle. Buzzfeed.
Oooh! Something that fits the narrative—POUNCE!!!
Looks like more of a stroll to me. No less cool, tho
I’m for it, to a ridiculous degree. I have neither excuse nor explanation.
synchronized swimmers, hobos, now Mormonism… It’s like Buzzfeed starts the morning with a meeting to decide which dead horse they’re going to beat today.
When I was a kid I’d open and close my jaw as the dashes down the middle of the road met the front end of the car. These days I pretend my hand is as big as it looks in comparison to the houses and trees we pass, and imagine the textures of the rooftops, leaves, and branches.
#17 isn’t a Slytherin symbol, it’s similar to the Dark Mark tattoo worn by Voldemort’s followers, the Death Eaters.