Sunday, July 15, 2012

Wasting your vote…

Has anyone else considered the fact that voting for either one of the traditional parties candidates is wasting your vote more? Vote for Romney or Obama is vote for the status qoa and isn’t that wasting an opportunity for change?

Sunday, January 29, 2012
euralmanac:

Davos, Switzerland
Topless Ukrainian protesters demonstrate at the entrance to the World Economic Forum (via guardian.co.uk)

euralmanac:

Davos, Switzerland

Topless Ukrainian protesters demonstrate at the entrance to the World Economic Forum (via guardian.co.uk)

cognitivedissonance:

Lulz from the quiz, “How Well Do You Know Mitt Romney”
I’m a little embarrassed I got 75% correct.
But really, how well can anyone truly know Mitt? I imagine he switches sides so often his wife lets him get in bed first, lest conflict and attack ads result.

cognitivedissonance:

Lulz from the quiz, “How Well Do You Know Mitt Romney

I’m a little embarrassed I got 75% correct.

But really, how well can anyone truly know Mitt? I imagine he switches sides so often his wife lets him get in bed first, lest conflict and attack ads result.

Friday, January 27, 2012

thedailywhat:

Today On TDW: Gossip —

  • Uggie, the show-stealing dog actor from The Artist, is retiring.
Thursday, January 26, 2012

Where’d they go?

Want to know how bad the economy is here in the U.S.?  The Mexicans went home…There are better opportunities in Southern Mexico now than here.  Obama must be proud of his bold but unique immigration policy - fuck up the economy so bad they just leave.  

So how long before we start hearing about Mexico or Brazil complaining about those damn Americans taking all the white collar jobs?

If the federal government would just follow California, and legalize marijuana you probably wouldn’t need to put boots on the border after all…

thedailywhat:

Promising The Moon of the Day: On Florida’s Space Coast today, GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich made perhaps the most grandiose promise of any candidate since JFK: A permanent American moon base by the end of his second term.
“By the end of my second term, we will have the first permanent base on the moon and it will be American,” Gingrich told a rapt audience, which responded with a standing ovation.
“We clearly have the capacity that Chinese and the Russians will never come anywhere close to us,” Gingrich said, adding that he also plans to push for the development of propulsion technology capable of getting a man to Mars.
The initiatives would be a joint public-private endeavor, he noted.
Gingrich immediately followed up his grandiose promises by saying that he believes Americans “are instinctively grandiose.” This, too, got a standing ovation.
[politico / @alexNBCNews / photo: floridatoday.]

thedailywhat:

Promising The Moon of the Day: On Florida’s Space Coast today, GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich made perhaps the most grandiose promise of any candidate since JFK: A permanent American moon base by the end of his second term.

“By the end of my second term, we will have the first permanent base on the moon and it will be American,” Gingrich told a rapt audience, which responded with a standing ovation.

“We clearly have the capacity that Chinese and the Russians will never come anywhere close to us,” Gingrich said, adding that he also plans to push for the development of propulsion technology capable of getting a man to Mars.

The initiatives would be a joint public-private endeavor, he noted.

Gingrich immediately followed up his grandiose promises by saying that he believes Americans “are instinctively grandiose.” This, too, got a standing ovation.

[politico / @alexNBCNews / photo: floridatoday.]