What a morning in the EPL. Wolves with the winner in stoppage time. A goal each in stoppage for Liverpool and Crystal Palace in a 4-3 Liverpool win. ManU getting another W. And Everton getting twice as much stoppage time as expected to try to tie. Now we get Arsenal v Chelsea.January 18, 2019
Extremely excited for the return of Boogie Cousins tonight, making his debut with the Warriors. He’s either going to elevate them to the greatest team ever (or at least starting five), or completely destroy them from the inside out. It’s 50/50. Don’t see much middle ground.January 17, 2019
I’ve been kicking around some ideas for another blog. Which domain sounds more interesting: humdrum.life vs. grub.life?January 17, 2019
Jason Mantzoukas was on the new episode of Reply All #134 and I’ve come to the conclusion he’s a podcasting national treasure. I haven’t listened to his own show How Did This Get Made (I’ve since corrected this and subscribed), but I have heard him on numerous other shows, including The Watch. He’s just such a hilarious and eccentric personality.January 17, 2019
Restructuring the site a little bit. It will take sometime, but I’ve started with the About page for now.January 16, 2019
📷 Below 081 Snow seems to be sticking around for awhile even with the sun poking its head out for a bit. 26°/23°January 14, 2019
📷 Below 080 The snow cometh down once again. Going to be holed up inside all day today. 31°/29°January 12, 2019
📌 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Drops Watchmen Reference to Critics | io9January 11, 2019
📷 Below 079 Worked from home today so I had a chance to take Bruce Wayne for a nice walk during the day. Weather wasn’t too bad at all. 30°/28°January 10, 2019
💬 Trump via NextDraft:
When during the campaign, I would say Mexico’s going to pay for it, obviously, I never said this, and I never meant they’re going to write out a check.
Wait what..? Did he just make a statement, call himself a liar, and then deflect all in one sentence?!
January 10, 2019
BREAKING NEWS— Scott McGrew (@ScottMcGrew) January 10, 2019
Trump: During the campaign, I would say Mexico would pay for it, I NEVER SAID THIS and never meant they would write out a check. pic.twitter.com/wYCUhAzshp
💬 Dave Pell | NextDraft:
January 10, 2019
It started as cheap (but clearly effective) marketing line used to stir up mouth-breathing xenophobes at packed rallies. It evolved into an imaginary threat buoyed by invented stats and outright lies. It was brought back from the dead by extremist blowhards screaming from talk radio’s fringe. It revealed the limits of the self-touted negotiating skills of a fictional businessman and bankruptcy king. It led to a shutdown that is causing direct harm to apolitical government employees who have already suffered through two years of embarrassment, chaos, and verbal attacks. And now it has taken us to the precipice of an American president declaring a state of emergency (which doesn’t exist) to fund a wall (which wouldn’t protect us even if it did). So maybe it makes perfect sense that the unreality associated with this wall is the hill on which Donald Trump is making his grand political stand.
📌 The Rise and Demise of RSS | Motherboard
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