I have this uncanny urge to move out, ASAP. Thanks for nothing, Everything Is Terrible.
Monthly Archive: December 2010
Dec 23 2010
Dec 22 2010
Bailey (@the_author_) asks if this is the best thing, or the bestest thing. I suggested I should submit it for independent verification via my blog. What say you, readers?
Dec 22 2010
I thought you might like to see this set of survey responses from a survey done on December 9th, cross-referenced against what TV station the viewers happened to watch. The most interesting set of responses were from Fox News viewers. All of these beliefs are totally and completely demonstrably false. They are as follows: * …
Dec 21 2010
This documentary, produced by SVT (the Swedish BBC), explains the entire Wikileaks story up til December 11th, when it was released. It includes coverage of the Assange rape allegations, though its focus is on the inception, growth and struggles of Wikileaks itself. It is surprisingly sympathetic to the concept of Wikileaks as a stateless journalistic …
Dec 20 2010
This is pretty much spot on. QualiaSoup and TheraminTrees both completely devastate the entire fields of philosophy and theology every time they make one of these videos, so I’m more than happy to point you to them rather than rehashing myself. I mean, seriously, how can two individuals create such consistently high-quality content? I’m pretty… …
Dec 19 2010
I am amazed that it took as long as it has to bring a bit of sanity back to America’s policies with regard to sexuality of serving members, but they finally repealed “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”. Yesterday the US Senate voted 63-33 to end cloture, then voted 65-31 (including eight Republicans) to repeal the strange …
Dec 18 2010
Via BoingBoing: Yeah. Ratzinger looks like he really enjoyed that performance. So too did the nuns! Not that they’re thinking anything lascivious, mind you. They’re married to God after all.
Dec 17 2010
Easily the awesomest GTA4 machinima I’ve ever seen. I’d watch this film in theatres. If it existed.
Dec 16 2010
Titan, one of Saturn’s moons and one of our solar system’s prime candidates for life (as it has liquid water), evidently has cryovolcanoes — volcanoes that erupt flowing ice. This is so damn cool. Literally.
Dec 16 2010
In toto, the video he made is correct on the facts, except it glosses over one key fact — the press conference was basically exactly what people are demanding of scientists day-in and day-out with regard to scientific outreach. It is imperative that we “dumb down” science to an extent, to communicate its importance to …