Archive for April, 2010

What can you say, gotta love the Daily Mail sometimes. For a variety of reasons:


A Big Government is no longer a prospect to ward off. That choice has been made. One might regret it — but not as much as the consequences of refusing to pay for it. – Clive Crook Yeah, basically. I’m not normally a huge fan of Clive, but this view strikes me as very realistic. […]


Ravensfail

24Apr10

Oh David Eisenberg, WHY? Kindle is a major talent by everyone’s reckoning, a high-energy pass rusher so gifted he was recently voted this draft’s top 3-4 outside linebacker in a Milwaukee newspaper poll of scouts. But he had off-field issues in college – a DUI and leaving the scene of a car accident – and […]


It takes a tremendous amount of guts to release a song like this. Lyrics after the video…I wouldn’t normally be the type to go invoking lyrics these days, but they are unique enough to warrant attention. Plus there’s an irresistible, and all-too appropriate Casino reference: Uh, uh, uh, uh It’s not a dis song, it’s […]


I’m just going to leave you all with two songs for the night, inspired by TNC + Co. The first is Smashing Pumpkins’ “Perfect” Got a little vicious over defending their first incarnation today in the open thread. It’s truly sad what’s happened to Billy Corgan over the last ten years. Well, it is for […]


‘‘Three years ago, I got angry at the mountain. I climbed it 38 times in two months.’’ — Jure Robic After reading that piece this morning, I will never think about the human body the same way again.


Drudgefail

22Apr10

Headline:  Might as Well Be a Euro… And of course, then, the text itself: How much socialism, rounded to the nearest thousand, is suggested by this country’s new $100 bill? Today, Obama and pals Timothy Geithner and Ben Bernanke introduced a more colorful $100 bill that has two added security features, which include “a blue 3-D […]