I woke up this morning to driving rain and tornado warnings. It’s a warm morning, in the 60s, but I hear from the cheerful weatherman that the temperatures are likely drop drop into the low 40s by tonight. Yahoo.
Happy Hump Day.
And now, links!
- Add Joe Scarborough to the list of smug Republican jerks who think that attacking Sarah Palin is a noble pursuit. A note to the MS-NBC host: Ronald Reagan didn’t spend his life in public service. In fact, he spent more time pursuing his vocation than he did in politics.
- Brilliance from our Speaker: “Apples, oranges, and bananas don’t mate.” She was talking about the deficit, or something.
- Were I in charge a prominent libertarian think-tank, I’d be careful about how far my orginzation went to praise Wikileaks and to bash its critics.
- Years from now, when we find out just how much worse the President made the Gulf oil spill, we will not be kind at all.
- It’s going to take a couple more elections for us to break the Republican Party of its taste for taxpayer-funded bribery earmarks. So be it.
- You know all those movies in which a bunch of people lost in the dark end up walking in a big circle? It turns out that what we humans do. Science said so!
- It’s not often you see a professional athlete lose it as badly as Derek Anderson did after Monday Night’s debacle.
- The five-year lifespan of gaming consoles is over. Now, I think, we’ll see a new life cycle crop up for console accessories.