Homework? Already? Actually, not till next week for us. But it’s out there, waiting…
“Groupon’s fundamental problem is that it has not yet discovered a viable business model.”
The haters’ guide to the college football Top 25. Not for the easily offended, in case the title wasn’t enough of a clue for you.
We’re likely to see more Michelle Bachmanns in the future.
Remember, this guy wants to lecture you about fiscal responsibility.
Our wedding pictures were different.
“In brief, my theory is this: Michelle Bachmann is traveling backwards through time.”
How true to the characters’ histories will the planned “Sex and the City” prequel be?
How many houses do you think Mitt Romney has? Do you think he knows the answer to that?
“These are their stories.” All 456 of them, on 104 DVDs.
One hopes that people who interview The Bloggess have some idea what they’re getting into.
Chewbacca with a monocle for the win.
Happy 350th birthday to my home town, Staten Island.
Even Rick Perry thinks his book is an embarrassing load of tripe.
Michelle Rhee really needs to answer questions about the cheating allegations at schools she oversaw.
Giving “Don’t Mess With Texas” a whole new meaning.
“The market in physical gold is tiny, and largely comprised of nutcases.” And now Venezuelan strongmen, who are also nutcases.
We should use the housing market for stimulus.
Why do so many Republicans want to tax poor people so much?
Seventy years after Lou Gehrig’s death, there’s hope for a cure of the disease that killed him.
How the MDA Telethon without Jerry Lewis should happen.
We eat a lot of Greek yogurt at our house, and by “we” I mean “Audrey”.
Some things the Fed could be doing to make the economy suck less.
There’s no snark like judicial snark.
Why I prefer pilates to yoga: I can’t touch my toes, but I can do calculus.
Despite what some people would have you believe, shrinking government does not lead to growing the economy.