Monthly Archives: April 2009
Because of an abusive slate of errands that hijacked my attention today, I spent more time reading what others thought about Barack Obama’s first 100 days than contributing to the discussion myself, I’m sad to say. The True/Slanter’s takes were, … Continue reading
This was on a golf cart. If you haven’t taken a peek at Paul Scheer’s photoset from the Michael Jackson auction, please do so. I have nothing to add.
So, you may have already seen the Honda Insight “Let it Shine” commercial where the company took thousands of hybrids out in the desert and let their headlights dance out messages of peace, love and all that jazz. But you … Continue reading
Q: Will old videos about the internet ever stop being funny? A: Never. Never ever. Having settled that, check out this video about moms taking charge of their lives via what they called “the power”, and today we call dial-up … Continue reading
This Times article about Geithner’s questionably close relationships with the lords of Wall Street is seven pages long, but remarkably, there’s never a dull moment – primarily because you’ll be on the verge of puking every other paragraph. With … Continue reading
Since its inception, Media Matters has jumped on the grenade for the rest of us by watching media gasbags day and night, and documenting the unhinged comments that spew forth with dependable regularity – a sort of Old Faithful of … Continue reading