International Beer Day, August 5th 2011 →
i’m doing my part.
Many of those millions who dropped out of the workforce would start looking if...– Mish’s Global Economic Trend Analysis: Another Gap-and-Crap on Payroll Report - Jobs 117,000, Unemployment Rate 9.1% - Many Charts oy.
It may be fashionable for journalists to refer to “the whim of the marketplace,”...– Thomas Sowell, “Basic Economics” (via conservatarian)
[This is] a government that lurches from crisis to crisis, addicted to the...– Derek Thompson, What The Debt “Trigger” Says About Washington’s Crisis Addiction. (via theatlantic)
There's matza more where this came from
me: nice bread pic
Tyler: yeah, you'd loave some
me: better homemade then going to the store and spending some dough
Tyler: leaven me alone, i'm trying to work
me: Wheat did you say??
Tyler: i've had enough. i can't handle naan of your bad jokes
me: What a pita
Tyler: hahahaha challah
me: I can't come up with any more; I'm spelt
Tyler: rye won't you google it
me: quit hoaging all the good puns
Tyler: get loafer yourself
me: Your puns are making me grain
Tyler: crust you wait, i'll beat you
me: you knead to come up with some better ones
Tyler: i've got batter skills than you
me: I don't think so; you're toast
Tyler: well that's crumby
me: Enough of this. I'm in the middle of Bible study... "and Adam baguette Cain..."
Clutter and Newton’s First Law of Motion |... →
minimalmac: In the case of the Neosporin, and all clutter, I believe Newton’s First Law of Motion can explain how it lingers for years in our spaces. An object (clutter) will stay at rest until a force (motivation) of equal or greater value acts upon it. The thought, “I should get rid of that,” is not a force of equal or greater value than the clutter. As unfortunate as it is, thoughts cannot...
bendelaney asked: Pelican: yes! (just last night)
Democrats, Republicans Celebrate Pitiful Excuse... →