Is it appropriate for elected officials to use government sites to promote themselves and, potentially, their long-term re-election prospects?
The introduction and prevalence of social media in politics (it was key in getting Obama elected in ’08) seems to have outpaced election laws and decorum. A politician certainly has the right to use it as [...]
Doo dee doo dee doooooooo, loggin’ in to Facebook in the mornin’ to see pictures of kitties and babies anWHAT THE HELL?!
HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH FACEBOOK CHANGED THE WAY IT DOES THINGS!
GUUUUUUUUUUUHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN
WHAT ARE THOSE BLUE TABS?!
(Above pic with Xzibit was [...]
No idea where this originated, but it’s been floating around my Facebook feed over the last twelve hours. Note – according to reader Henri, it looks like it originated from Fark.com.
I didn’t feel a thing because of something about the building I work in and SCIENCE. [...]
So this is my busy season at work, hence commentaries on current events being replaced with posts about Kitty Cat Warriors and hipster scumbags trying to drag their babies into a bar with them. I finally listened to a voicemail I received last week from one of the organizers behind “Over the Edge,” who [...]
As I write this, it’s 11:35pm on Sunday night and we have known Osama bin Laden has been dead for about forty-five minutes. Strangely, I don’t feel the same joy and exaltation that I hear and see other people expressing over the news.
The President finally took the podium a full hour after his scheduled [...]
It used to be so much easier to have an imaginary girlfriend. You’d just fabricate or use an existing vacation taken during Spring or Summer Break, lie to your friends about what you did, and boom: girlfriend in Canada.
Unfortunately, you can’t get away with that anymore. The first question people will ask is why [...]
Reader GenWar linked me to one of many articles I’ve seen lately that I’ve found disturbing and, as an American, a bit embarrassing. It concerns the reaction some have had to the disaster in Japan, this time coming from WNBA guard Cappie Pondexter:
“What if God was tired of the way [...]
Somewhat connected in yesterday’s post about things you can’t call yourself.
Ever since I was in High School, I have seen many – including myself – label under the misapprehension of being the overlooked “nice guy.”
“Why doesn’t this girl like me?” we’d ask. “I’m a nice guy, certainly nicer than the [...]
The other day someone sent me an emoticon and I got to thinking with how bored I am with them.
For those who don’t know – basically it’s the smiley face someone uses after they insult you but want to get away with it.
Seriously, we’ve all been just using this the standard smiley face [...]
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