I think tiny hamsters in votive holders are cute. However, I would not advocate using a hamster as a candle.
Bing Crosby owns that song. Also, it's a family tradition to play Bing Crosby Christmas songs and then my dad will do a great impression of Bing saying things like "Hey kids, Merry Christmas, now go outside and cut a switch I can beat you with." It's a great way to keep the spirit of the season.
@hockeymom There is no possible way Bing Crosby is not in the top three. It's science.
@hockeymom I see no way that drugs were *not* involved in the making of a playlist consisting of 50 versions of the same song.
@KarenUhOh I have a hard time believing that any liquor in Balk's immediate vicinity has a chance to get old.
Iiiiii never meant to cause you trouble/Iiiiii never meant to leave you vulnerable to a wide and ever-shifting range of code exploits
GOOD WORK EVERYONE WE ERASED IT FROM THE TIMESTREAM
I'll put up the first fifty bucks, and a bottle of Lilac Vegetal, to start a fund to hire someone to follow Henry Blodget around to watch him pee.
I fly to the West Coast for work quite often; sometimes three or four times a month. When I go, I cheer myself up by remembering I'm getting the marvelous gift of a 26-hour day, which allows me that much more time to do things, and, in essence, lengthens an incremental unit by which I measure my life.
Inevitably, though, when I arrive at my destination, this extra time is spent doing work, which, while I appreciate the employment, takes time away from enjoying the true rewards of my existence. Or if I'm not working, I end up wandering aimlessly around the city I'm in, biding time being homesick for a place that's already two hours older than me.
Then, when time comes to return, I am cheated by a 22-hour day--those precious hours I was given going West are stolen back. I get home and my next day's drudgery is right on top of me. There is no respite. I've been deprived of a piece of my life. But I'm so happy, just to be back home.
It's a conundrum, to be sure. But I'm just killing time here.
By Murgatroid on Glenn Greenwald
His name has the same number of syllables as "Versace". Just sayin'.
By antarctica starts here on From "Times," An Icy Shiv In The Heart Of Cruel, Racist Republican Policy
I literally cannot say this in enough places today: Fuck every single person who supports declining the expansion of Medicaid, you horrific fucking monsters.