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Lunch with Joe Biden [Flickr] -
@jstrachan I just want an AppleTV with HD Tivo inside.
@QueenofSpain Jitterbug? Charleston?
@QueenofSpain Yeah, they had Alec Baldwin thinking she was Tina Fey saying she couldn't go out there with that "horrible woman"
@QueenofSpain Hilarious... until they let Caribou Barbie say "Live from NY it's Saturday Night"... That's supposed to be for the cast.
WTF? They let Palin do "Live from NY it's Saturday Night?" Not cool... Funny to see her called Caribou Barbie to her face though
*The Sarah Connor Chronicles* Survive... For Now [Television] -
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is awesome... they moved it this year and put it in a worse time slot, but it's worth the search. - Jason Carreira
They scheduled it against MNF. I'm not watching anything anymore. Either they make good shows suck (Heroes) or they cancel them or kill them. TV execs are braindead. - Cyndy
I take it someone is reading their news on a machine at the Apple Store?? - Cyndy
And if so, what time are you expected home? And is my phone coming home with you? - Cyndy
Inside the bathroom of the Barber Lounge... it's Mr. T and octopi -
Inside the bathroom of the Barber Lounge... it's Mr. T and octopi
@QueenofSpain @smheadhunter Hahaha... some people don't know when to quit... There's an honorable exit, follow Chris Buckley's lead
@JasonCalacanis Asinine, shallow moron makes schoolyard bullshit comment, retarded "ex"-blogger wantrepreneur is only one impressed.
Buckley Bows Out of National Review - The Daily Beast -
Buckley Bows Out of National Review - The Daily Beast
"So, I have been effectively fatwahed (is that how you spell it?) by the conservative movement, and the magazine that my father founded must now distance itself from me. But then, conservatives have always had a bit of trouble with the concept of diversity. The GOP likes to say it’s a big-tent. Looks more like a yurt to me. While I regret this development, I am not in mourning, for I no longer have any clear idea what, exactly, the modern conservative movement stands for. Eight years of “conservative” government has brought us a doubled national debt, ruinous expansion of entitlement programs, bridges to nowhere, poster boy Jack Abramoff and an ill-premised, ill-waged war conducted by politicians of breathtaking arrogance. As a sideshow, it brought us a truly obscene attempt at federal intervention in the Terry Schiavo case." - Jason Carreira from Bookmarklet
talk like that gives me hope that true conservatism might still survive - MikeAmundsen
@rmisek I use it on my iPhone
@crazybob It was an effective tactic back when McCain learned politics.
Black Silicon Discovery Could Change Digital Photography, Night Vision Forever [Black Silicon] -
Barack Obama's Innovative War On Poverty -
Barack Obama's Innovative War On Poverty
"In contrast, there is the traditionally Republican approach which points to enterprise and tax incentives in poor communities as the best way to create jobs and lift those neighborhoods out of economic duress. Government involvement, in this case, is seen as an intrusion more than a buoy. Somewhere in the middle lies Obama, who as a former community organizer brings more experience to the topic than any recent presidential nominee. The Illinois Democrat, as Boyte sees it, wants to move "urban policy and poverty policy" beyond "dependency creating programs." He sees a need for "catalytic government that enables citizen action rather than displacing citizen initiative."" - Jason Carreira from Bookmarklet
@centernetworks Send this to Sarah Palin
Tom Matzzie: How McCain Will Steal the Election from Obama (Sort Of) -
Tom Matzzie: How McCain Will Steal the Election from Obama (Sort Of)
"The facts about ACORN are worth getting out. ACORN is an organization that, among other things, registers low-income people to vote. One of the ways they do this is to hire door-to-door canvassers from the neighborhoods they are working in. This sort of work is tightly regulated. So, when one of the thousands of people they give jobs to doesn't do their work right and brings back bogus or phony voter registration cards, the law REQUIRES that ACORN turn the forms in to the voter registration office. The law, rightly, doesn't want anybody throwing out voter registration forms for any reason. But ACORN goes a step farther. They have people assigned to do quality control on all the cards--calling people on the forms after they fill them out. When they find bad information on the cards they attach a cover sheet to the card but, as mentioned above, they turn in the cards as required by law. The effect is that a few bad canvassers or a poorly run office will mean that bad cards are submitted as part of the norm" - Jason Carreira from Bookmarklet
@meporter It's a long 2 weeks between the last debate and the election, so a little refresher message from Obama will be excellent.
@meporter Every time Obama is seen for an extended period on TV his numbers go up significantly.
@meporter You think he's going to spend tax $$ on creating TV Shows? He's got more $ to spend than there is ad volume to buy
@mcannonbrookes Installed Confluence for the first time in a while and tried out the office integration... It's killer!
Suze Orman is dressed as a Harkonnen from the Dune movie... Is she playing into the SNL skit about her?
A Look At Wall Street's Shadow Market, 60 Minutes: How Some Arcane Wall Street Financial Instruments Magnified Economic Crisis - CBS News -
A Look At Wall Street's Shadow Market, 60 Minutes: How Some Arcane Wall Street Financial Instruments Magnified Economic Crisis - CBS News
"The numbers are staggering, but they don't begin to explain the greed and incompetence that created this mess. It began with a terrible bet that was magnified by reckless borrowing, complex securities, and a vast, unregulated shadow market worth nearly $60 trillion that hid the risks until it was too late to do anything about them. And as correspondent Steve Kroft reports, it's far from being over." - Jason Carreira from Bookmarklet
Even scarier is that the "phantom" money that technically should be owed if this were real insurance (I think, it's all so confusing) is like a QUADRILLION dollars. No joke! - Patrick Lightbody
be clear - no buyer then no value for these legal constructs ... "confidence" not contracts is in demand - Scott Moskowitz
Obama X Cute Overload Mashup -
We're only stupid if we're fooled -
The Comics Curmudgeon » Massive megapost of grateful gratitude! -
The Comics Curmudgeon »  Massive megapost of grateful gratitude!
"OMG TEH KIDZ + TEH TECHNOLOGY ROFLMAO! Archie archivists will note that the child is Leroy, Veronica’s cousin* and, in the comic books and digests, Archie’s tormentor. Of course, the ALGU-3000 knows none of this beyond: PROCEDURE CHAR_LOC. Begin. DISPLAY "Enter location and character.". ACCEPT Loc. ACCEPT Char. PERFORM UNTIL NOT ValidLoc. EVALUATE TRUE WHEN Lodge_Mansion DISPLAY "Location is valid." WHEN Char_Residence DISPLAY "Character residence is valid." WHEN OTHER DISPLAY "HA HA HA -- O TEH KIDZ!" END-EVALUATE END-PERFORM STOP RUN." - Jason Carreira from Bookmarklet
@centernetworks Actually, the Giants and Jets already play in NJ, so the Bills are the ONLY NY team
@centernetworks And that attitude is why we want to sell you to NJ
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