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Archive for April, 2008

Apr 30th 2008

Dream Ticket!

I hereby nominate Jeremiah Wright and Mike Huckabee for the presidential dream ticket of the Know Nothing party. They can run the country as co-vice-presidents. Wright recently said he was open to serving in that office; Huckabee has been posturing for the spot since January.
Here’s Huckabee last month, defending Wright’s comments as “out of […]

Apr 29th 2008

Who’s Bamboozling Who, Barry?

Apr 21st 2008

Top 10 Reasons Mitt Romney Got Out of the Race

Mitt Romney’s sparkling performance at the 64th Annual Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner is no fluke.
Apparently, he also stole the show at a similarly humor-themed St. Patrick’s Day event in Boston a few years ago. The St. Patrick’s Day tradition includes the “craic” breakfast, where politicians and celebrities crack jokes about each other in a […]

Apr 20th 2008

Ephesians 4:32

And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you.

The following story personifies the scripture:

Apr 18th 2008

Change We Can Believe In; Exhibit #7


Apr 17th 2008

Thou shalt not criticize Me

This is the first and great commandment of the Obamessiah.
photo credit: jurvetson
Thoughts on last night’s debate, from the mouth of He who has come to save America:
“They like stirring up controversy and they like playing gotcha games, getting us to attack each other,” he said. “Senator Clinton looked in her element. She was taking […]

Apr 16th 2008

New Favorite Website

If you thought was good, then you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.*
don’t be the last of your friends to check out, the brand new interactive website where you can do anything!
(I believe its been featured on E! News, the Wall Street Journal, Al-Jazeera, and even got a mention on Idol Gives Back last week)

Apr 16th 2008

Obama: He’s Better Than You

Apr 14th 2008

MacBook Air Parody – Body Image

Apr 11th 2008

You Are An Individual, Just Like Everyone Else

My wife bought me a black North Face jacket last month. I wore it to school on Thursday. Much to my chagrin, so did two people who were walking directly ahead of me on the sidewalk. As I was noticing this, I looked to my right and saw two more people across the quad with […]