Hank Scorpio was on to something. He may have been the first wealthy man in America to do so, but I hope to one day be qualified to do the same.
The pool area of our apartments on a Saturday is more like a bad tattoo art walk – both male and female equally represented. Granted, there are very few tattoo scenarios that I won’t classify as bad tattoos.
…and it’s worth adding that Facebook didn’t auto-read the title of the link when I shared it on Facebook and made me have to change it manually. Shoddy work, but I guess I have to live with it, if I want to share that link with everyone.
But in all seriousness, The Onion hit the nail on the head… again. Every time there is a new crappy change, I see lots of empty threats from friends to quit Facebook if it is not changed back. Right. It’s the people that make the big fuss that are glued to it and need it to make their day complete. They aren’t going anywhere.
What’s with this standing ovation festival on every channel? Isn’t the president supposed to be speaking?
The State of the Union, I thought, is supposed to be about the President giving us a status update on the United States. Now it’s turned into an hour-long, self-congratulatory, I’m-better-than-the-last-president, let’s-all-stand-and-clap-at-every-single-bullet-point pandering. And it’s not just Obama. Bush did it. Clinton did it. It’s part of politics now. You gotta let the other side know why your side is so much better than they are.
A hashtag is only useful if it’s something others will use. You can’t trend #tookmydogforawalkinmyoverallsanditstartedsnowing #extremeexample
Well written bit of commentary on the national debate. It makes valid points pro and con
I don’t think I need to add anything. The title sums it up.
RunDMC and Aerosmith have nothing on Iron Maiden and Public Enemy. I think Bruce Dickinson and Flava Flav need to collaborate on a project or two.
Even though it is the king of satire and lampoon, sometimes The Onion actually gives some good advice
I’ve had a few friends post this in the past day. I’m not trying to argue with the premise of the story, but it sounds like a fabricated story, or a greatly embellished story, written by an aspiring author/journalist hoping to get her blog noticed. Start to finish, I was sure I was reading a short story. My guess, the dad and kid argued briefly over which controller to get, and this lady crafted it into a full-fledged fight, added some background details, and used it to promote her own agenda. Not that the fine writers at the Huffington Post would ever post something blatantly promoting a left-wing agenda.