Archive for May 25, 2009
Glenn Beck tweets on Memorial Day:
He was nailed to a cross, the torture instrument of his time.
So where’s the outrage from the “Christian” right over the torture wrought by the Bush administration?
Twenty, thirty years ago it was impolite to talk about money and religion. Seems to me that it might be a good idea to go back to that.
I’d like to join, using my name (obviously), but they have a 20-character limit, so I have to condense or crop, which I don’t want to do.
Stupid policy imho.
This from Mike Madden, a reporter for Salon, who was on “pool duty” today covering the president:
Call me a nerd but I like learning about the languages used in the micro-societies within our larger one — the Postal Service, doctors, airline pilots, lawyers, gardeners, dog breeders — you name it — and now this glimpse into White House lingo. I love it.
Oh, and this Tweet from Madden caught my eye earlier today:
I think I had a better day than he did.
“On December 23rd 2006, my grandson gave me a present, this blog when I was 95 years old … and my life changed … now, I can communicate and interact with the world.”
— Maria Amelia Lopez, a 97-year old Spanish grandmother, thought to be “the world’s oldest blogger,” who died on Wednesday.
What a wonderful story.
…chances are good that you’ll love poking around this site: The Mannahatta Project.