Archives for February 23, 2011

First we had this: Deputy AG suggests shooting Wisconsin Demonstrators to Death Now, this: Indiana attorney general fires deputy over ‘live ammunition’ tweets aimed at Wisconsin protestors (sic) Ahh… if only it was always this easy.

The Time Space Paradox Explained Again

Hat Tip The Paltry Sapien for this video by Yuanjian Luo: A Tale of Two Twins from Yuanjian Luo on Vimeo.

Antievolution bill in New Mexico tabled

House Bill 302 was tabled by the Education Committee of the New Mexico House of Representatives on a 5-4 vote on February 18, 2011, suggesting that it is unlikely to come to a floor vote before the legislature adjourns on March 19, 2011. A version of the currently popular “academic freedom” antievolution strategy, HB 302,…

When will this madnes end?

If you live in Georgia, and have a miscarriage, you will be investigated, if recently introduced legislation is passed. The bill proposed … … by House Republican Bobby Franklin would make abortion the legal equivalent of murder and require miscarriages to be investigated by authorities. … Franklin’s bill would classify the removal of a fetus…

A deputy attorney General of Indiana, responded to a tweet indicating that Wisconsin demonstrators might be swept out of the capitol building by police with this: “Use live ammunition.” Adam Weinstein, the original tweeter of the news from the Capitol building, who happens to be a journalist, writes: From my own Twitter account, I confronted…

Look up “telling a lie” in the dictionary and you’ll see this video clip next to the definition as an excellent example:

Who writes the fortune cookies, anyway?

A few months ago, for reasons that I do not recall and could probably never explain, Amanda and I stopped at one of those crappy little Chinese Restaurants stuck between a dry cleaner and a dollar store in some out of the way run down strip mall in Andover.1 We were very hungry; I remember…

Sarah likes herself, which is good to know. But she is violating a social media networking rule called “sock puppetry.” Check it out.