By Paul B@twitter on Dear Pamela Geller, If Someone Rips Down Or Otherwise Defaces The Disgusting Racist Advertisements You Have Won The Legal Right To Display In New York Subway Stations, I Will Not Know Anything About How That Might Have Happened
It's really upsetting when you're the kind of person who supports Israel so much that you left home in NY and moved there and is Jewish and religious, but also understand that the most repeated phrase in the torah is "Welcome the stranger in your midst because you were strangers in the land of Egypt" and want the Palestinian people to have their own land and freedoms and democracy full of idiots who put up terrible posters in their train stations and instead the people who manage to be the loudest are just spending their time and money enraging enemies and reducing a nuanced conflict to name calling.
@City_Dater I actually get PAID to avoid these people. By working on Fridays.
The Mail's proofreading still has a ways.
Yes: One can set a house on fire, and the other will be trapped inside with any two-year-olds. Go, cats!
By Amasa Amos on Men Bad
I wonder how well the test subjects would be able to distinguish either set of quotes from a set of comments about women taken from random passersby on the street. We'll never know, because the designers of this "study" didn't bother to include a control group.