06 November 2011

Link round-up for 6 November 2011

.....and she probably does.

This stuff is not real living.

You're so Cain.....

Sometimes chutzpah pays off.

Here's a Republican-to-English dictionary (found via What Would Jack Do).

So that's what's messing up the climate.

Here's a great creepy Halloween costume, and some really bad ones (both found via Mendip). Jack Jodell has scary monsters.

Show us your pussy!

Norbrook has a suggestion for right-wingers who hate federal "interference" in the states.

Republicans show their true colors once again.

Sense intrudes on an idiotic discussion, and all Hell breaks loose.

Here's a really stupid T-shirt (found via Ed Brayton).

Hey girls, where's your respect for tradition?

The free market allocates resources rationally.

Joseph Cannon notices an interesting coincidence in California.

The evangelical mind is dominated by fear.

Glenn Beck's favorite gold nutters get indicted for fraud.

Don't claim voting doesn't work if you haven't tried it.

A major right-wing website has banned Romney supporters (found via Brains and Eggs).

David Frum looks at various scenarios for Republicans and teabaggerdom.

What does polling about Hillary Clinton say about America?

Right-wing nutters again denounce the gay-rights movement as the work of Satan.

If you don't think this is a problem, you are part of the problem. More here.

Where has political violence come from?

Nevada takes a step against foreclosure abuses.

Don't be fooled by the big banks' climb-down on debit-card fees -- they'll find other ways to screw you over. Keep fighting back.

Religious bigot Rose Belforti gets a challenger (found via Ed Brayton).

Old USSR or new USA? Cops jail a student for two nights for being out without ID.

Right-wingers need to stop calling the questions about Cain a "lynching".

Truth will out: by 49% to 39%, Florida voters agree that the Republicans are deliberately sabotaging the economy.

If you want to follow the Bible, here's a start. Or you could just do this.

Obama's health-insurance reform is delivering.

Voters sniff out what Perry really is.

Are ours really 40 times better than Germany's or Japan's?

RJ Balson & Sons butcher shop has been open for quite a while.

Lancashire, England, doesn't normally have earthquakes, but.....

Pompous, arrogant leaders can't save the European Union from the disaster the euro common currency has created -- and the end-game may be not far off.

A top German socialist offers some straight talk in Dublin.

Here's another look at how the EU and the euro are ruining Europe.

Religious thugs firebomb a French newspaper.

EU-imposed austerity drives the best and brightest to emigrate.

The euro currency is like a religion, with priests, dogma, and heretics.

A Greek school produces a German-themed calendar.

From Canada, a remarkable story of love and survival (found via Eve the Atheist).

Here's a very classy Ukrainian computer.

How to tell Chinese and Japanese apart? Here's what they thought 70 years ago.

Forbes's current list of the world's most powerful people holds few surprises (though I doubt #4 and #13 will stay for long).

Mental recursion separates humans from other animals -- or maybe not.

Junkie spiders do OK, but check out the last web.

Solar power holds promise in some surprising places.

Brain-machine integration is already being done in animals.

Senescent cell removal proves to be a remarkably effective anti- aging technology in mice.


Blogger Ahab said...

- LOVE the Republican-to-English dictionary. AND the Ukranian steampunk computer tower.

- I also loved the "Banned by the Bible" photo at 9gag. I also wanted to add that the Bible has some pretty wonky advice on dealing with mildew (Leviticus 14:33-53). Wouldn't it have been easier for God to instruct the ancient Hebrews on how to distill alcohol, then command them to wipe away mildew with it? Jeez.

06 November, 2011 09:20  
Blogger Murr Brewster said...

She probably does, all right. I'm ready to switch teams.

06 November, 2011 13:51  
Blogger mendip said...

Another wonderful set of links - thanks. Particularly enjoyed "You're So Cain" and the Ukranian steampunk computer.

06 November, 2011 15:48  
Blogger Shaw Kenawe said...

Also loved the Republican-to-English dictionary, and posted it for a Sunday night funny. Thanks for all the goodies. Again.

06 November, 2011 16:38  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Thanks for the comments! MB, I'd rather she switched teams, but chacun à son goût.

08 November, 2011 06:46  

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