Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Not All Cops Are Bullies

Quote Of The Day

"Give a man a gun and he can rob a bank. Give a man a bank and he can rob the world."

(h/t)

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Cheap Impact

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

First Blood, NFL Variation

Jaguars fire Jack Del Rio.

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The Bird's The Word

Quoth the Raven:

Ravens use their beaks and wings much like humans rely on our hands to make gestures, such as for pointing to an object, scientists now find.

This is the first time researchers have seen gestures used in this way in the wild by animals other than primates.

From the age of 9 to 12 months, human infants often use gestures to direct the attention of adults to objects, or to hold up items so that others can take them. These gestures, produced before children speak their first words, are seen as milestones in the development of human speech.

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"Married...With Children" Was a Long time Ago

Happy 40th, Christina Applegate!

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Monday, November 28, 2011

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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Around the Internets

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

$9.99 Doesn't Get You What It Used To...



As Daily Kos and TPM show, Herman Cain's downfall is pretty much complete.

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I Want This In Movie Form, STAT!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Money Chart

DAMN.

If Our Congress Really Was a "Do-Nothing," We'd Be Better Off

Brutality of Police VS OWS Claims Life

George W. Bush Is Doing Something Good For The World

Doesn't mean he should get his face on Mt. Rushmore, but it's something positive.

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Monday, November 21, 2011

Karma Instant Breakfast

Quote Of The Day

"My body cannot physically handle that much 'post-90's network executive perception of what young people are like."

"Macduff," on the Ben 10/Generator Rex Crossover.

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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Around the Internets

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  1. Batman "protects" a baby.
  2. The heads at Easter Island are more than heads.
  3. "iFirst Lady?"
  4. I also question the timing.
  5. Yet another "good hair" argument goes awry.
  6. Making the most of being arrested, I guess.
  7. This is why I miss DU's "Top Ten Conservative Idiots" so much.
  8. I'm surprised Chris Sims didn't write this one.

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Saturday, November 19, 2011

Riddle Me This...

...if OWS is a fad comprised of trust fund anti-capitalist hippies, than why are some Wall Street groups spying on them, and why are some cops monitoring the churches that are temporarily housing them?

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Thursday, November 17, 2011

"Can't Take No Moore" OR "Ashton to Ashes"

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  1. Not all millionaires are greedy.
  2. This doesn't help the teacher's unions.
  3. Obama, Australia and China.
  4. "I am an actor. I am an artist. I am a daughter. I am a sister. I am a partner. I have a past that some people may not agree with, but it does not define who I am. I will not live in fear of it."
  5. Another day, another celebrity stalker.

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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

A Brave Little Girl

Very brave.

COVE CITY, N.C. (AP) — A 9-year-old North Carolina girl pinned in a wrecked car for almost two days ate Pop-Tarts and Gatorade to help her survive the single-car crash that killed her father, police and relatives said on Monday.

Jordan Landon of Cove City was airlifted to a hospital Sunday night after rescue teams cut her out of the 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo that had been upside down in a culvert since Friday night, the North Carolina Highway Patrol said. Killed was 39-year-old Douglas Landon, police said.

Sgt. David Clifton called the girl "heroic" and that she was able to stay calm despite being trapped in the dark and cold. He says the girl was talkative and is expected to fully recover.

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Voting For Obama Can Get You Fired

For The Wizards' Sake: Please Have An NBA Season!

Another day, another roadblock to having an NBA season. And while I agree that the players are being unjustly painted as the villains here, I have selfish reasons for these guys getting back on the court: namely, D.C.'s nightlife is conductive to unnecessary drama.

And seriously; Nick Young couldn't say, "Hey, this is my girlfriend?"

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Scott Brown Officially Worried About Elizabeth Warren

Tiki Barber Can't Get Married To Woman He Left His Wife For Because He's Still Married To The Woman He Left

He "second chance at love" is mirroring his "second chance at football."

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  1. Coach blames video game for team's loss.
  2. Get Well Soon, Erick Sermon.
  3. Shorter New York Cops: "Protest-time's over, guys." (Flag on the play!)
  4. The Supreme Court tackles health care.
  5. About time on of these "Real Housewives" became a wife.

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Monday, November 14, 2011

News Corp Spied On People Investigating The News Corp Spying Scandal

Wolverine's Young Female Clone Babysits Mr. Fantastic's Genius Daughter & His Nigh-Powerful Son

Quote Of The Day

"That's the dumbest thing I've ever read, and I've read All Star Batman and Robin."


-- Sam Factotum, responding to Frank Miller's anti-OWS statement.

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  1. It says "Ex-porn star" people. And she was just reading. Don't be jealous because you weren't there.
  2. Scott Olsen speaks.
  3. Jets get thumped, but they're not through.
  4. R.I.P., Evelyn H. Lauder.
  5. Norwegian nutcase doesn't think he's guilty.
  6. The NBA is entering negotiation overtime.
  7. Soledad O'Brien, African-Americans, and technology.
  8. Not much Obama can do, considering the amount of American debt China owns.
  9. Apparently, there's a difference between "neo Nazi" and "neo Nazi terror cell" nowadays.

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Around the Internets

Friday, November 11, 2011

Jay-Z's Role In OWS

A Really Sick Infographic

Good Question

Not Just Penn State

Sean Hannity Is Still Dumb

These People Knew About Sandusky

White Collar Criminals You Should Never Forget

Fortunately, NewsOne has a list.

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Kyla Pratt Has a Child

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  1. Remember when you could go to a party and not worry about getting stabbed?
  2. I find it some historical humor in that Greece and Italy control our (financial) fate right now.
  3. Future post-humous Batman Villain.
  4. Another day, another Paula breakdown.
  5. Veterans need jobs too.

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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Fitting

Al Franken Gives GOP a History Lesson Regarding Marriage

It's a shame that one of our smartest Senators is looked upon by some as just a comic who lucked into politics.

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Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Another Potential Batman Villian...From WWII Paris

R.I.P., Bill Keane

For The Greater Good

Penn State's Joe Paterno plans on stepping down by the end of the season. The University president (who apparently has either more of a conscious or is getting more pressure) is leaving sooner.

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Tuesday, November 08, 2011

R.I.P., Heavy D

The 'Skins Did One Thing Right...

..and that was letting Albert Haynesworth go before he totally sunk the team's defense. New England released their dead weight today. Of course, the guy did get some money before he left Washington, but that's the price to pay for getting rid of a potential locker room poison.

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Fox News Defines "Poor"

If you have a house, car, TV and/or VCR then apparently you should not complain about your financial hardships. Of course, without a job that can pay for that house and car -not to mention food and medical care- you'll probably lose all four, and that's not even getting into couples and families who have other expenses.

Oh, yeah, and there's also the fact that the housing crisis -the one that many of the banks these guys are protesting were major players in- put a lot of people out of their homes.

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Monday, November 07, 2011

Picture This: Political Double Standards Regarding African-Americans

That's One Way Of Changing The Voting Block...

...sterilize the voters. Shouldn't conservatives look at this as "pre-abortion?"

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America's Financial Problems Summed Up In Cool Charts

Sunday, November 06, 2011

Your Money's No Good Here

A mom had enough money to buy groceries, but because it was quarters, she was refused.

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Around the Internets


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  1. Our mind plays tricks on us.
  2. Michael Moore talks about Occupy Oakland.
  3. Attractive people make more money.
  4. Why are people Occupying Wall Street?
  5. One reason why (1) less people are going to college and (2) those who do go end up graduating with so much debt.

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If You Think You Know A Thing or Two About Abortions...

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

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  1. Python eats deer...whole.
  2. I really thought the "I'm carrying Justin Bieber's love child" story would have come sooner in his career.
  3. How many times are people going to be fooled by an Onion story?
  4. Labor backs "Occupy Oakland."
  5. It's all Greek to me.
  6. Joe Corzine has some questions to answer.
  7. Selling the Dodgers.

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Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Why The "All Americans Are Really the 1%" Argument Is Out of Context

How the GOP Treats Black Republicans Vs Just About Every Other Type of Black Person

Scarlett Johansson: About Those Photos...

Riddle Me This

If the American Right believes that OWS really have nothing to complain about and should just get a job, does that mean they should (1) acknowledge what the Obama Administration has done for the job market, and/or support (2) support Obama's push for turning unemployment around?

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The Shaq/Kobe Beef Never Really Died

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  1. Sad end for a young athlete.
  2. Some soldiers still have a problem with that "hearts and minds" thing.
  3. Lebanon and Syria point fingers.
  4. This was either steroid-induced, psychological, or someone's experiment gone awry.

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