For trying to delete the video of journalist Carlos Miller getting arrested, the Miami Police Department can Bite Me.
Mitt says he’s “not willing to light my hair on fire to try and get support.” In the current GOP field, where the debates sounded like an episode of Springer, not lighting your hair on fire is now a sign of great wisdom and prudence.
It sounds like an Onion article, but apparently it’s serious.
The Baker family in Rocklin, California, has kids with asthma. The neighbors smoke in their backyard and refuse to stop. So the Bakers are asking their city council to ban outdoor smoking when it drifts into someone else’s property.
Your Bitemaster doesn’t smoke anymore, but figures that next they’ll complain about his barbeque, the exhaust from his car, his wife’s perfume or the smell of his lilac bushes.
I think smoking in your backyard should be covered by Griswold and the Bakers can Bite Me!
The original story is here.
Once again, Dana Loesch shows how thoroughly disgusting she is.
“The higher up on the social scale people put themselves, the more likely they are to feel entitled to break the rules and act unethically, research by Toronto and Berkeley professors has found.
“Well-off people consistently cut off pedestrians or other vehicles while driving, took candy intended for children, cheated in a game or skirted the truth when interviewing a job candidate, said the study published on Monday.”
Well that confirms my preconceived notions!
“Have you ever posted a photo to Facebook and then regretted it? Well, turns out deleting it doesn’t actually remove it. . . . For now just consider this another friendly reminder that anything and everything you post to the internet never really goes away.”
Someone actually did the math. The result: Obama and Ron Paul tell the truth; Gingrich is a Big Fat Liar. But you’re not exactly surprised, are you?
“Her goal was to design a sensible legislative map – compact, balanced by population, with minimum “splitting” of counties, townships, boroughs, even city wards. And gerrymander-free.
“Using Excel spreadsheets to tally the population figures and Adobe Illustrator software to chart boundaries, Holt worked to produce maps with neat lines, most districts in definable rectangles.”
“The districts in her homemade map had far fewer county splits, half the number of municipal splits, and only a handful of ward splits.”
Hehe. Can we get her for New York State?