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Weekend link dump for May 15

Why isn’t there an Ides of May, anyway?

Why I love Nancy Pelosi.

There’s no possible way that this can end well.

All roads lead to bacon.

Some humor translates better than others.

Jealous? Why should I be jealous?

We are living in the golden age of the drive-thru. That explains a lot.

From the “Be careful what you post on Facebook, kids” files.

Meet Trader Joe. You know, from Trader Joe’s.

Call me crazy, but I seriously doubt this is going to happen.

Ten steps to a better Internet for you.

Oh, give me a home, where the buffalo roam for the first time in 140 years.

Whose fault is it that we’re in the shape we’re in?

I sure hope that backing bigotry isn’t a winning campaign gambit any more.

Good luck and best wishes to Chris Barbic and Natasha Kamrani on the new gig and the move.

What not to wear at the ballpark.

On video games as an art form.

The problem with trying to pick a most stupid anything ever is that the barrel has no bottom.

“At some point, eventually, people are going to notice that if one thing is off the table, “everything” is not on the table.”

Taking credit where it’s not due.

On picking a good Biblical name for your daughter. I’d be all over “Tirzah” if we were to have another girl (we won’t be, so don’t ask), but I hope we can all agree that “Sophia” is already pretty popular these days.

John Boehner really doesn’t know what he’s talking about.

Bees are the bomb, as it were.

“Citing modesty concerns, hipster website removes ‘sexually suggestive’ male images from Sit Room Photo.”

The truth hurts.

The New York Times, and every other media outlet for that matter, should treat Newt Gingrich’s sex life the same way they treated the Clintons’.

I don’t even know what the title of this post refers to, but it’s worth reading just for that.

When you know you’re losing an argument, personal attacks won’t help you win. Adding in a little gratuitous sexism makes it all the more excellent.

Surtax away, Democrats.

Hey, Lanny, you deserved it.

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  1. Bill K says:

    Every month has an ides. Most months it falls on the 13th, but for March, May, July, and October it falls on the 15th.