OK, now I’m ready to acknowledge Christmas season. But just barely.
On the plus side, I may not have to worry about it any more.
Doing nothing is still the best option for Congress.
A history of turducken. Which may not be fully accurate, but who cares?
How to get doctors to wash their hands.
Jack Abramoff deserves a lot more than that, but it’s a start.
Building a bridge to the 19th Century, because they can’t quite reach the 18th just yet.
People who watch Fox News are even less informed about what’s going on in the world than people who watch no news at all.
That recent trip to the Far East was pretty darned successful for President Obama.
I always understood the Bechdel Test to be the author’s own criteria for whether or not she would consider watching a movie, but obviously one can see it as more than that.
What John Chait says. And someday, when we elect another Democratic President after suffering through another Republican President (or two, God help us), we’ll moan about how that President is no Obama.
Pepper spray is actually pretty serious and dangerous stuff.
My lack of respect for the anti-vaccine movement has now been elevated to contempt.
I’m pretty sure pie is the best part of Thanksgiving dinner.
Oxford’s words of the year. You may now commence being sick of them.
You shouldn’t have such a thin skin if you’re an elected official. Pick on someone your own size.
My parents just got a new laptop so I don’t need to update their browser. I did just convince my next door neighbor to finally get rid of her ancient Window XP laptop, so I feel like I’ve done my part.