Watching Obama field questions at the House...
I'm really disappointed in this essay. →
It could’ve been FANTASTIC, should’ve been. And I’m bitter about it. Welcome to what I just coined “the ‘meh’ generation.”
Of course Alito was cranky… they were fresh out of newborn kittens in the SCOTUS cafeteria today.
That reminds me...
whatever happened to Bobby Jindal?
The Other Hero of Flight 1549 — Sure, Captain Sully was a hero bringing that Flight 1549 down on the Hudson river with no loss of life — but ya gotta give some credit to the Airbus A320 that kept itself together while its 155 passengers were rescued. Few, however, know about the second “Miracle On the Hudson” when the plane itself was rescued after an onslaught of river ice...
Funny. But Not Funny Don’t Sell Out, America! President Obama reacts to the Supreme Court Ruling. via:
Spoiler Alert →
If you’re the kind of person who reacts to a spoiler alert warning by digging right in and getting good and spoiled, you’ll love this sight — nothing but movie spoilers here. Oh, and by the way… Rosebud was his sled.
Online Murphy's Law Calculator
British Gas commissioned Dr David Lewis, a chartered psychologist; Dr Keylan Leyser, an economist and business consultant; and Philip Obadya, a mathematician, to devise a formula that could help predict the likelihood of a disastrous outcome for most any endeavor. Check it out yourself… just rate the following factors for your task: how urgent it is how important it is how complex it is...
As if Palin on Fox wasn't bad enough...
Rick Santorum (oh, go ahead, Google it again… you know you want to) is running for president. My prediction: Will not be Palin’s first interview. Birthers, teabaggers and other defectives will be sportin’ political wood at this news, but the punchline to this joke ain’t so funny after all. Read up here.
NBC should just dig up Carson’s dead, lifeless corpse and prop it behind a desk… oh, wait, that’s been done — Jimmy Fallon’s show #fb
Audio Analysis of the Beatles Multitrack Masters →
For all you Beatles-obsessed audiophiles, here are some tracks that pick apart three of the Beatles’ original multitrack masters, isolating and highlighting pieces from “She’s Leaving Home,” “A Day in the Life,” and “Come Together.” It’s an astounding, and very listenable, glimpse into their recording process. Multitrack Analysis of...